For those who don't know, I'm writing a series of article about my journey to build up the SEO of an account called @ucluelet. Here is my notes on what I am learning in the process.
Whenever we write an article, steemit.com takes the title of the article to create a permalink when the article is published. Now the issue with that is that there are a lot of stop words (a, the, or, etc.) . The search engine tends, a least in the past, to not like such stop words.
Also, we have a situation where the title is so long that it is hard for the search engine to know what the article is about.
As mentioned in my previous article: [Rethinking My Strategy While Moving Forward](https://steemit.com/seo/@cryptoctopus/steemit-seo-casestudy-rethinking-my-strategy-while-moving-forwar
In this previous post where I shared my dinner, I asked to guess how much I paid for dinner:
|#BeautifulSunday. #Eatwithme. Before the close encounter of the matcha cake | 亲密接触抹茶蛋糕之前|
让大家继续读的时候，欣赏一点音乐。这件作品是维瓦尔第的“四季”的一部分 - 4小提琴协奏曲中的第一首，名为“夏天”。
Beauty of the sky, it has no end so it’s said
It reflects upon the earth and justifies its name
Toned with glorious colours
Surface of blue, cotton of white
A brim of dark clouds, a sign of rain
Beauty of the sky, it has no end so it’s said
It’s all in the sky
Don of a new day, raises the sun
When night falls the sky is open
You see the stars, you see the moon
Wish upon a star, wishes are granted
Beauty of the sky
For in the beginning, all was without form
But now reigns glorious.
Poem by: Dolly Nandi
I have always been fascinated with the different blues of the sky, sunrises, sunsets and cloud formations. A love that has been cultivated by my mom and oldest brother, always watching and speaking about the sky as we drove to and from school.
**On this particular day, I decided to climb
CELEBRATING some progress. 庆功“点”.
Here’s the update on the participation for #beautifulsunday for last Sunday. Again, I going to highlight that there are posts that I did not qualify and it has go to do with the criteria. Chances are your #beautifulsunday posts didn’t qualify if you have less than 2 images or didn’t post on Sunday. The good news is I have manage to learn to use steemsql.com to figure the #beautifulsunday posts and sort it by pending payout value. The better news is for CELEBRATORY ACTION, I have upvoted all who posted for #beautifulsunday regardless of whether they qualify but this is a precedence of what I’ll do for future edition of #beautifulsunday. Anyway, here is the evidence.
The medical research cannot be more clear - sugar does not cause hyperactive behavior in children, including ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). This another urban myth has been inseminated by many popular
health websites giving all sorts of fallacious parental advise. At least
dozen of studies have proven that eating sugar has no effect on children's behavior. Ironically, what the studies have found out, is that children's consumption of sugar had effect on the
You might be wondering why you would want to create an auto walking loop in game. I'll tell you a little bit about that first.
Black Desert Online is a game in which farming and grinding is quite common. To improve your character in various ways, you'll need to do a lot of gathering, fishing, cooking, etc. There are also ways to improve your character's basic health. You do this by eating food. Another thing you can improve on your character is stamina and the weight limit they can carry. That's where the walking loop will come in handy.
While walking or running, you will slowly gain more breath. This is one of the things you can level up and it gives your maximum stamina a boost. While walking around with a heavy pack on your back, you will slowly gain more strength.
[Chinese game of Cuju. Picture Source]
Cuju, the first sophisticated game of football was invented in China during the Han Dynasty between 3rd and 2nd century BC. The game was a part of military training, so it was the first football game with professional players and set up, written rules.
The competition consisted of two teams, both wearing different types of hats who tried to score the goal by kicking the ball without the use of hands. The goal was made of netting hung between two poles with a hole in the middle. The ball was filled with feathers, and later during Tang Dynasty it was repla
There is a common misunderstanding that drinking alcohol while taking antibiotics stops the antibiotics from working. This false assumption has no basis in science - over 99% of antibiotics have no effect on your course of treatment. The only effect the alcohol can have is that its metabolism by your liver could be prioritized before the medication. Although there are at least hundred of antiobiotics (majority of them are derivatives of only few classes), only handful can have dangerous side effects when used while drinking alcohol. The most popular ones are metronidazole and <a href="https://en.wik
The common advise that you have to drink at least two litres of water a day is an old myth. It can be traced to Food and Nutrition Board report from 1945 posted in British Medical Journal. The report advised that we should drink 1 millimeter of water for each calorie intake. It may be more-less correct but the issue is that large amounts of water that we consume each day come from our food.
Besides, there is absolutely no evidence that drinking a lot of water has detoxifying effect on our body or improvement of our skin quality including wrinkles. By drinki
I have noticed some recent changes to Steemit.com 's explorer site, Steemd.com. The small visual changes help to better see your stats as far as voting power and bandwidth usage go. I actually did a post on Steemd.com many moons ago, actually about 11 moons ago. If you are somewhat new, this is a good post for you to learn about your stats on steemd.com.
And that is what this short post is really about. Now on Steemd.com/@YourUserName you can see how many moons have passed (or days if you are new) since you first arrived here on Steemit.com as well as your reputation score. So far the small visual changes are great, and can't wait to see what else the devs. come up with next.
Pearlfish hides in Sea cucumber's anus for safety...Yes inside the anus!!!
While the Pearlfish enjoys its butt...remember Sea cucumber's breath by sucking in water in through their anus and then taking it out.
One very special case, discovered in 1977 by New Zealand biologist Victor Benno Meyer-Rochow from Jacobs University in Germany, saw no less than 15 pearlfish living inside a single sea c
According to study conducted by Department of Experimental Psychology at Oxford University, the most effective way to fall asleep is by imagining some calming scenarios such as blissful waterfall, seaside or colorful meadow, as these are the most relaxing for the mind.
The study discovered that using such techniques like counting sheep or repeating the same word in regular intervals are the least effective and tend to bring tedious irritation. Very ineffective is also an attempt to block our anxious thought patterns. By trying to force ourselves not to think about something, our mind cannot actually stop thinking about it. It is the best if we let ou
Somewhat resembling a house cat, an omnivorous animal called the Asian palm civet (or luwat in Indonesian), eats the cherries of a coffee plant, bean and all. The pulp of the cherries is digested leaving the beans, fermented and otherwise modified by the civet's stomach acids, to be compressed together and released as excrement bound together by the other wastes of the animal's consumption. I won't show you a picture of this foul looking piece of matter, b
Glass is a strange state of matter. It is sometimes heard that it is an extremely viscous liquid, but it is a little more than that.
To understand a part of his secret, one must not only look at his physical properties, but also the way in which he is made.
As we learn at school, there are essentially three states of matter: solids, liquids and gases. The distinctive feature of solids is that they are crystals: when viewed at the atomic scale, they reveal an ordered structure, where the atoms are arranged in a crystal lattice.
The image shows the crystal structure of quartz (SiO2). Each silicon atom (in blue) is bonded to it with 4 oxygen atoms (in red), in a periodic pattern.
The ordered crystal structure of solids contrasts
Recently, John McAfee tweeted about his strongly-held prediction that a single Bitcoin will rise more than 22,000% to a minimum of $500,000 USD sometime within the next three years.
I'm not the first one on @steemit to post about this news story and while I won't go into the details here, you can read about just how confident John McAfee is and the shocking details about what he is willing to wager in the following article:
If his bold prediction were to become reality, you can be sure that hackers and thieves will be on the prowl, looking for anyone to target and steal all their crypto.
OK, so let's assume that John McAfee is corre
We all grew up and found out that falling stars are not actually stars, but meteorites that burn in the Earth's atmosphere. And it's a bit sad… After all, the star is something truly majestic and magical, while a meteorite is just a cosmic boulder. Perhaps, that is why no one wish in the world, conceived on a falling star, hasn't come true.
talknot with meteorites, but with the work of human hands- Iridium satellites, taking their flash for a falling star. Iridium: Catch a Falling Star
In some sense, it is justly. Agree that this is too easy and convenient scheme: saw a star- made wish- a dream came true. There must be some kind of hardship, challenge, you must prove that
Today I learned: All someone has to do to censor a post is downvote it rapidly before anyone else has voted on it.
This was just done on my recent post about a 911 CIA whistleblower and the result was that the entire post became invisible, both to me - and I presume to others too!
This is exactly how posts are shut down on reddit and voat too - with the result being that sometimes valuable posts really are silenced.
In this case, the post was quickly downvoted from this account: @fatboy - which holds significant steem power and thus was able to completely shut down the post. Fortunately I was able to use Randowhale to buy a vote to correct the situation and the post continued on as normal.
This raises a serious issue though -
(1) Do you know that the bat is the only mammal that can fly ?
(2) Blue-eyed lemurs are one of two (non-human) primates to have truly blue eyes.
(3) A cat has 32 muscles in each ear. All the better for them to eavesdrop on your conversations and plot your demise.
(4) Turritopsis nutricula Immortal jellyfish is the only species known to live forever.
Today I have another post about interesting things that we usually do not notice.
Here, for example, an apple tree. And the colony of aphids is on young twigs. Ants are running around the aphids and doing something.
Today I learned what they are doing.
Leaf aphid, sucking out the juice from the plant, gets the proteins, but allocates from the body in the form of waste sugar - sweet droplets, called honeydew. So, the ants tried this delicious taste a long time ago. Not only found out - they also inventeddomesticatedtheseconfectionery factories.
They began to take care of aphids, to protect her, even to carry on new plants where the leaves-pasture more tender and juicy. Just like the owners, leading herds of cows, goats and sheep to grassy meadows!
And now you can see it yourself 8))