Don’t Make Money with Pinterest? YOUR FAULT!

I spent some time in the forum and saw a bunch of threads about Pinterest, but not really a guide that explains how to get serious traffic from it. So I thought, why not share some of my knowledge and destroy common myths about Pinterest.

I think the most common mistakes that people make, when they create a new Pinterest Account to increase their Blog-Traffic or e-Commerce-Sales, is to believe that the amount of followers they have is important.

The truth is: Pinterest gives ZERO sh*t…

Don't Make Money with Pinterest? YOUR FAULT!

Title and description of my website don’t change on Google [duplicate]

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I have a problem: I have a website composed by 11 pages. When I created it I copied the same title and – meta name=”description” content=”…” – for every page. Now (last week) I’ve changed every page’s title and description to be more specific, directly from my hosting platform. The problem is that searching my website on Google, title and description don’t change! For other modifications I never had problems, but this time it doesn’t work and I don’t know why.

Could you please help me?? Thanks a lot

my slick don´t work

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    <!--No Pude hacer Funcionar el slick--> <div class="vertical-center-4 slider"> <div>   <img src="https://placehold.it/350x100?text=1"/> </div> <div>   <img src="https://placehold.it/350x100?text=2"/> </div> <div>   <img src="https://placehold.it/350x100?text=3"/> </div>                                          <div>                                             <img src="https://placehold.it/350x100?text=4"/> </div>                                          <div>                                             <img src="https://placehold.it/350x100?text=5"/> </div>                                          <div>                                             <img src="https://placehold.it/350x100?text=6"/> </div>                                          <div>                                             <img src="https://placehold.it/350x100?text=7"/> </div>                                          <div>                                             <img src="https://placehold.it/350x100?text=8"/> </div>                                          <div>                                             <img src="https://placehold.it/350x100?text=9"/> </div> <div>   <img src="https://placehold.it/350x100?text=10"/> </div> 

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Sudden drop in rankings, don’t undertstand why

Hi
Recently I came back to my site that I didn’t do any SEO for since a few years. First thing I noticed is that Google was no longer considering it mobile friendly. So I updated the mobile template to bring the site up to the Google requirements. Also I registered a trial account with one Google rank checking tool. That’s all what I did. And right after I did that, around October 20, my site’s rankings have dropped for all important keywords and for all platforms (desktop, mobile, tablet). This resulted in a significant visitor drop as seen in the graph below.
It can’t be a coincidence but I am really baffled. I don’t see any reason why the rankings could have dropped because of what I did. I am even getting a weird idea that the Google ranking service might have done something to force me to buy their paid subscription. I know that sounds weird but really I can’t find a more logical explanation.
Does anybody have an idea why this might have happened?

[ Insurance ] Open Question : Is it fair that we get peanalized at the end of the year if we don’t have health insurance?

After all its our choice, why should we have to pay if we decide not to have it. Thanks Obama care. people are arguing we are required to pay car insurance its the same scenario. but I say I also have the right to walk if I don’t want to drive. I m not required insurance if I walk. if this is the case then everyone should be required to have life insurance so there is no go fund me accounts

Don’t have the expected figure with ggplot()

I have a data frame StatMNS StatMNS I plot statistic data (y) for each type of MNS (color) on different areas (x)

I run this:code

Firstly, I would like to show the legend Secondly, I would like replace the x vector 1:n by the name of the area (column readerName of the dataFrame)

I try rearranging my data in StatMNS2 StatMNS2 but I have error (Discrete value supplied to continuous scale)

Thanks for you help

Monster Skill Ranks don’t match RAW?

I’ve had this problem for awhile now. When deconstructing monsters from the various Monster Manuals (to modify or add templates etc) their skill ranks do not add up properly.

Am I missing something, doing something wrong or is this simply an example where the Primary Source rule is changing the monsters without stating it’s doing so?

As an example, let’s take the loyal dog Monster Manual pg 271.

His stat block shows:

Abilities:

Str 13, Dex 17, Con 15, Int 2, Wis 12, Cha 6

Skills:

Jump +7, Listen +5, Spot +5, Survival +1*

Dogs Have +4 Racial Bonus to Jump
* Dogs have +4 Racial Bonus to Survival when tracking by scent.


Animals get (2 +int modifier skill points per level, minimum 1) (×4 for 1st HD). Due to the animal’s negative Int modifier, he gets 1×4=4 skill points for 1st HD.

It’s easier to word this question by building the skill stats from the ground up rather than deconstructing so I’ll do that here just to make it read easier:

Spot: +1 Wis, +2 Alertness =+3 (before spending ranks)

Listen: +1 Wis, +2 Alertness =+3 (before spending ranks)

Survival: +1 Wis=+1 (before spending ranks)

Jump: +1Str, +4 Racial Bonus AND +4 speed (untyped) bonus since he has a 40′ movement. (See link for explanation if your unfamiliar)=+9 (before spending ranks)


So, taking all the info above, it appears that the dog spent 2 points in spot & his last 2 in listen and a negative rank in jump!?

The only other explanation I can see is that they ignored the speed bonus to jump while giving him an extra 3 skill points to spend.

So, back to my question:

Am I missing something, doing something wrong or is this simply an example where the Primary Source rule is changing the monsters without stating it’s doing so?