2021.10.16 22:36 propagandust Hot fucking slut needs to be used
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2021.10.16 22:36 NateZeGeek1290 Since I’m doing the Triggered version of the saber and zenakiger toy line, It’s only fitting I do more than those.
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2021.10.16 22:36 OriginalMrMuchacho Great job stupid, you’re doing great!
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2021.10.16 22:36 bluzed1981 Had to think quickly made a quick rain cap out of license plate if only I had a hose clamp large enough
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2021.10.16 22:36 ZoobBot 180009
2021.10.16 22:36 exz20042 Another thought I was struggling with.
I can be a bit scrupulous sometimes. A while after my first confession. I heard that if the priest doesn't say he absolves your sins then the confession was invalid. So I got paranoid thinking, "what if that priest never said that?" because I couldn't remember what he said. So in the next confession I re-confessed the sins from the previous one to a different priest just in case and the sins after that. Now, here's the problem. After the first confession and before the second, I took communion. In my thought process, if I assumed that the first confession was invalid then I committed sacrilege, but I didn't confess that possibility in the second confession and just remembered that until after. However, I just started realizing that I was just being paranoid about the first confession and that the priest most likely absolved my sins. And then so what now? Do I not confess that partaking in the communion between the first and second because I don't see it as a mortal sin now?
Also, thank you all for the comments in my last post.
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2021.10.16 22:36 KyotoA Blacked out emblem overlays
Hi y'all, I was wondering if anyone knew where to get blacked out emblem overlays for a 2013 xle, because most I found on ebay and Amazon are only 2019-2021. They look the same, but I'm not sure if they'd fit. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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2021.10.16 22:36 BadGuyBadGuy Studying technical material you're not interested in, but need to understand for work purposes.
For perspective, I'm in my late 30s and am fully diagnosed & medicated.
In a nutshell, I'm preparing for about six exams to certify for direct access to another company's databases containing our data (healthcare).
For some reason, I am seriously struggling to not zip my eyes across each sentence. It's like I'm suddenly incapable of reading and my brain only wants to scan and skim.
I think the answer is to just strain myself to slow down. This is really annoying. I am honestly interested in the material. I love seeing how a big company manages such a complicated set of data models.
It would at least be nice to know this isn't just me, I guess. Anyone else struggle with this sort of thing and lean on any sort of tricks to adjust yourself?
I have noticed it's much easier with meditation music.
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2021.10.16 22:36 kantiano Anya tomando Mate
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2021.10.16 22:36 MarvelsGrantMan136 The Batman | Official Trailer | DC FanDome
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2021.10.16 22:36 CryloTheRaccoon Those who signed up for service with the Assurance Wireless Unlimited plan, what phone did you receive?
2021.10.16 22:36 freedom_at2008 Victoria woman's appearance in "Maid" (after experiencing addiction and homelessness) inspires hope
A good story of an ex-homeless lady. We all need something positive to hang on at the difficult times.
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2021.10.16 22:36 diglanime I got 100.000 subscribers so heed to my divine words
Sorry for the title, just felt really pretentious giving random advice to people that didn't ask.
So i got a post where I answered questions from people on this subreddit. It's here if you're interested. And mainly I got 2 types of questions. First of them were some personal questions, which are very cute.
However the second type were questions about how to start a channel, how to get eyes on your stuff and stuff like that. Which I think is more interesting to people here. This is gonna be a long read, so if you aren't really into it, you should stop here.
Aaaand I can't really give a good answer for that second one. I started my channel 5 years ago in a russian anime segment. So if you do intend on starting your channel 5 years ago in russian anime segment, I think I can give you good advice. However I would guess most people aren't really into that, and they want something to do now and in their niche. For which I don't have any experience in. Even in general, what I did 5 years ago wouldn't work well now, and it differs a lot with different languages and segments of Youtube.
What I can give you though is my opinion on what a Youtuber that wants to become big should maybe do. An opinion that I build seeing new people grow from nothing and what I came to while thinking about how I would start a channel from zero if I had to.
We will start with some general advice. Some mistakes that a lot of newcomers make:
First mistake a lot of people make is that they try to copy a big channel in their niche and believe that that should be enough to get views. While not necessarily bad on itself, copying others will probably not resolve in much growth. The thing with Youtube or actually with every social media platform is that it's much easier to grow if you already have an audience. So big Youtubers can get good views for doing pretty much anything. And, well, you just don't have that luxury if you're only starting. Also, people and the algorithm usually don't want to go to different channels for the same content. So if we have for example 2 identical videos on 2 channels, one of which is big and the other small, I don't think I need to tell you which one is gonna perform better. My opinion is that you need to either be better then your competition or do something different if you want people to watch you. Just being the same as others isn't enough.
Second mistake is people getting overconfident in their skills and wondering why they can't get views while doing everything right. For starters, there is no "doing right" on Youtube. Some people can upload a 2 second clip of just black screen and get a million views, while others work for 16 hours every day to pump out content and get 1000 subs in 5 years. It's all about luck. Luck in the algorithm choosing you, ofcourse, but also in stuff like your tastes, your experiences, your voice or even where you are from. All of that matters, and you can't control most of this stuff. However the bigger issue in my opinion is that people believe themselves to be better then they actually are. I'm gonna give a real life example here.
I once had a channel buying a shout-out in one of my videos. And I got to talk with him a little about himself and his channel. What he told me is that he is a very talented public speaker. That he has charisma and can make anything entertaining. And that he only need some attention on his stuff to become big. And so he bought a pretty hefty amount of ads from different channels. Makes sense, right? Well, he stopped uploading before he even got to 1500 subs, since he didn't get why he wasn't becoming big even though he was making videos and got promoted by big channels. Okay, so why did that happen then? While his channel was featured in a lot of videos, he wasn't making that much himself. Uploading every 1-2-3 weeks or whenever he felt like some random content. Usually pretty short videos, usually about nothing in particular. What he though is that people would be interested in him talking about anything. He saw big channels do that, so why couldn't he do the same? And he didn't want to work hard while being a small Youtuber. What's the point of putting a lot of effort into content if it doesn't pay back? So his game plan was to make whatever videos, get some shout-outs and become big, and only then was he intending to work hard. And it is pretty obvious why he failed. But what I think you can get from this story is that being overconfident that you are creating great content and only need people to find you can be very detrimental you your success. While, ofcourse, having a lot of eyes on your stuff will help you get bigger, there has to be something interesting that you produce to get any kind of loyal audience that's gonna come back for more. And just because you think you are talented and are making quality content doesn't mean that you are.
And another thing that comes out of those 2. There is no real advice on how to become big on Youtube. There are some general things that you can do to optimize your content. But everything still depends on the elusive "talent" and "luck" that you can't do much about. So for everybody who want's Youtube to become their job, I would advise not to actually believe that it ever will. It is better in my opinion to maybe consider Youtube as a potential avenue if you get lucky but to not put all the apples in this basket. I think most people already know this, but reminding about it from time to time I think is healthy.
So the funny thing is that all of those words are great and very lengthy but none of it is really answering anything, is it? Yeah, now I'll try to actually give advice on how to get eyes on your content and what in my opinion your game plan should be when starting. In my opinion this will be the most sure way to grow on Youtube. I made that guide considering all the channels that made it despite being unlucky instead of just looking at the most successful one's. Although maybe I'm delusional and don't really see past my own experiences, you'll have to figure it out on your own.
First, you need good content. "Mmhm, ofcourse, thanks mister OP, very clever advice." Yep, totally useless, but I'm not gonna leave you at that. As a creator yourself, you can only judge you content so much. How do you know when your videos are good? For that you need an audience that will tell you if they are or are not. So my advice would be after you get confident in your content, to buy some advertisement and get that audience. I don't know where is the best place to buy it from or how much it'll cost, it's all very dependent on your particular situation. But it most likely wouldn't be cheap and wouldn't give you as much as you would wish for. However that's not the point. If you don't have any audience there's no way to know if what you're doing is any good. And the fastest way to get an audience is to put yourself infront of a bunch of people. And the fastest and easiest way to do so is to buy ads. If you don't have the money or don't want to spend the money on your channel, I don't think I can recommend much to you. It will basically be all luck for you. You can read everything that I wrote, but it will probably turn out unhelpful to you. So let's say you can spare some money on your channel. Most Youtubers recommend spending money on equipment or to just invest in your content, and while I agree that that is not a bad thing, I don't think those Youtubers understand what being a channel with <100 subs even is. You do need some okay equipment and stuff, but it really doesn't have to be fancy or expensive. I started my channel with a microphone from a "gaming" headset for 50$. I used it for 2 years, even when I got to ~30k subs. So to start with, you don't need expensive gear. What you really need in my opinion is some audience, even if a really small one. So my advice would be to by some ads. However how do I even make ads for my channel? The most important thing is - be absolutely sure to not lie in your ads. When people come to your stuff and see that you aren't making what they came for, they will leave. That wouldn't do anything good for this step. I repeat, make sure to describe what you're doing accurately. You don't need as much new eyes as you can get at this step, you need some loyal viewers even if only a few of them. The second thing is to not get into much detail about your stuff. Try describing your content in a couple of sentences. That will be enough for an ad. Look at what ads look like at the platform you're gonna buy them on. Try doing something similar for yourself. Remember, your goal here is not to get as many eyes on your content, but to get some loyal viewers that will stick with your videos. So try to not lean too much into the whole sensational thingy. And that would be the end of the first step. Atleast I think there's no better way to make sure that you will have some eyes on your stuff. I would say ~100 views on every video should be enough here. That wouldn't cost you that much, but can provide good enough feedback for your content. If you already have that, but can't grow any further, and can't get any feedback from your audience, the only thing that'll help is promotion. For you the amount of views will be different, but make sure to not overdo it. Don't spend too much money, getting a big audience at this step will probably result in more harm then good. Maybe it will even make sense here to start a new channel from scratch, if your current one is basically dead.
Second thing would be to make a lot of content. That's why you got some audience in the first step. Try making different stuff that you want. See what works and what doesn't on your own scale. And you need to work a lot at this stage. 1 video a week is not enough. When I started, I was making a video every 3 days. And if you can make more, you should. However don't make some random bullshit that even you find to not be interesting. So for example if you think you can make a good video in a week if you work your hardest, that's what it has to stay at. Don't rush your stuff, it will just ruin the results of this entire step. If you can't produce more content that you are already, and it's like 1 video a month, instead of uploading junk, you will just have to spend a lot more time at this step. So my advice is to work hard, be productive, but make sure you are making stuff that can be interesting to people, otherwise you wouldn't get any useful info. Maybe you'll even get lucky and get picked up by the algorithm now that you do have some people watching you. Probably not, but atleast you can get an idea on how good your stuff is. The goal of this step is not to aim for the stars but to understand your strengths and weaknesses. Great, very general, nothing specific, just how I like it. How do I judge if I'm making good content? What do I need to look for? Well, I can answer that. Do people that got to you from those ads stick around? Do they watch most of your new content? Do they comment on it, do they leave likes? Do the want more? If the answer is yes to all of this, you are making good content. Make sure to spend some time on this step. You can't tell if the audience is leaving with only a couple of new uploads. Make a lot of content here before moving forward.
Third thing is to buy more ads. Yep, great advice on my part. Just spend more money and it'll make you famous, amazing. But don't JUST buy more ads. You need to make sure that you are making good content before spending more money. In the second step you should've got an idea if you're making interesting stuff. And if you found out that you weren't really and all of your audience just left, don't buy more ads. That means you need to work on your content, make it more appealing and interesting and then try from the first step again. Because here you really will have to pay up. The first step was just pocket change, now your goal is ~1000 views on every video. If you have that already, done all the previous stuff, know you're making good content, and you still can't grow futher, you need more views from ads. In different segments the amount will differ. In mine, 1k views on each video is sufficient to grow, but you might need 2k,5k or even 10k views to even get a chance of getting picked up by the algorithm. Look at other channels in you niche that grow? How many views do they regularly get? Find as many creators as you can, that have relatively low amount of regular views but are growing. That's what you should aim for. This is extremely vague, and you can loose money unnecessarily here, but there is no sure way to know when to stop and what to aim for exactly. You will have to make judgements on your own here. I know it sounds stupid and like some pyramid scheme, but in my opinion there really is no better way to make sure you will grow. Also, while you are getting promoted by those ads, stay productive. That's the best way to capitalize on new viewers. This might be a good chance at getting your channel monetized.
So you would expect for the fourth step to be "buy more ads, but now get to a million average views". And that would be great if you buy oil rigs as a random investment but otherwise it's unrealistic. In my opinion there is no point in spending more money on advertisement past the 1-10k view range. You have some audience, if you did all the steps right, they will be pretty loyal to you and will probably give a shot to anything you make. Which in terms will make it possible to randomly get picked up by the algorithm. However now you also have a new tool: Collaboration. You have some audience and others will want a part of it. And so, if you don't get constantly lucky with the algorithm and you want to grow faster, you have to collaborate with anything that can provide you value. Other Youtubers, maybe some other social media influencers, maybe something else. Don't underestimate collaboration, it will help you grow. But only if you do it around this step. Since now you will collaborate with some people who also have some audience, you will get new eyes on your videos. If you start collaborating with channels at the second step, you will probably not get much from it. At least that's what I think. Some people are also scared that they might loose audience if they collaborate. Like their viewers will go away to the channels they collaborate with. That is pretty much a baseless fear. More often people will rather watch more content then less. And if they like both of you, they will more likely watch both of you instead of only choosing one. Also only having your loyal audience might make you delusional. Since they will pretty much always say that they like what you're doing or not say anything at all, you might get the wrong idea about your content. Which is why getting new people to see what you're doing is a good way to not fall into that pit.
Well, there isn't really a fifth step. Basically you made it at this point. You just need to do what you've been doing and grow bigger. The algorithm probably considers your content as interesting and is just casually recommending it to new people. So if you still want to grow fast, you will have to keep working as hard as before. But also this is a good place to chill down a bit. Working your ass off is not very sustainable for most people. You will burn out if you keep constantly pumping out content. I don't recommend taking brakes, your channel will suffer from them. But you can relax your schedule and make content that is easier to produce for some time. In my opinion it is better to make less interesting content then to not make anything at all. Atleast at this step. This is where it would make sense to try and find a schedule that works for you in a long run. What do you like about making videos the most? Maybe you can do more of that, and do less of everything else while still making reasonably good content? Remember, since you managed to grow past the first steps, you now do have some idea of what content is good and what isn't. And your judgement now is much better then it was at the start.
All of this should probably take around 6 months to a year. So even though I was talking about "getting big fast" it's not really that fast. However it is in my opinion a sure way to get big eventually even if you never get that lucky. Basically you'll have to compensate bad luck with money. That's just how I see Youtube working.
So let's quickly recollect for those who want a reminder:
First step - make some videos. Then buy a bit of shout-outs or other forms of ads for your stuff. Remember not to overdo it, you don't need much at this step.
Second step - make a big variety of content that you would want to talk about. See what works and what doesn't. If your audience stays or wanders away. Make sure you are making good content.
Third step - buy more ads. To the point where you'll get a chance to get picked up by the algorithm. Keep pumping out content, especially while your ads go live.
Fourth step - work for the algorithm. You don't need more ads anymore. Collaborate with people that you can gain some audience from.
Fifth step - a good place to chill down a bit. Make a sustainable schedule. You're in this for a long run, no point in getting burned out here.
I told everything I had in me surrounding the topic of getting started. Sorry that it's a bit dry and boring, has mistakes in spelling or whatever, I don't really want to look at it any longer. If you have question about this wall of text, ask them in the comments, I will probably answer.
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2021.10.16 22:36 BluePoop2323 Appendectomy- Constipation
2021.10.16 22:36 TJSCrypto Expanding Google Search Ads to Target Another Country: What's the Best Way?
I've been running Google search ad campaigns across Canada for about a month. Some of my ad groups within these campaigns are even newer - within a week. So, they're still optimizing. I feel our setup is pretty good, and at this point, it's just about letting Google do its job.
However, we're now able to start running ads into the US, and I'm wondering what the best process is to do this. I feel our target audience is still the same there.
If what we're doing in the Canadian market is working, is it just as simple as duplicating these campaigns and setting the region to the US? Are there other things to consider?
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2021.10.16 22:36 Nomoremomo6969 🔥 King Cobra is the 3rd most venomous snake in the world. When it bites, the poison it stings kills a person by tormenting it for 1 hour.
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2021.10.16 22:36 Dragonheart132 What 5e class is closest to a Hathran?
2021.10.16 22:36 Freeze_35 I was completely clueless until like my second to last loop which I found funny so I made a graph about my learning curve
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2021.10.16 22:36 Aurora_TTEOAC why do I keep dreaming about my husband's ex mistress?
My husband had an emotional affair a year ago with his ex girlfriend. It lasted a little over 8 months. The entire experience nearly broke me, but he's done everything and more to regain trust and heal the damage he caused. We're not in a place of full trust, but we're doing much better now.
We used to talk about it almost daily, but we don't anymore. Sometimes I go days without even thinking about her or what happened. But she keeps showing up in my dreams.
Sometimes she's just there but says nothing. She always interacts with me in my dreams and never my husband. Last night I dreamt I called and invited her on the date my husband and I were going on. She was hesitant on the phone but i was friendly. I remeber thinking I wanted to show her she no longer affected me. My husband flipped out but I said it was okay because I was over it, so he eventually agreed.
When I saw her, my husband and her never interacted, she only ever spoke to me and I to her. I don't remeber what was said but it was just casual conversation.
I would never do this in real life. I never want to see her or speak with her. But she's haunting me in my dreams and it's making me feel crazy.
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2021.10.16 22:36 anonymou_8_9_0 Keep trying to get to know girls better. Even when I try to just as friends they shoot me down. It hurts a lot, should I let them know that their lack of effort and excuses are hurtful?
2021.10.16 22:36 DemiFiendRSA The Batman - DC FanDome Trailer
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2021.10.16 22:36 kate9616 HIS 12ft tall skeleton? Ha!
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2021.10.16 22:36 VCRdrift In at 3806. Can keep edging down. I'm here to only scalp the money tree.
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2021.10.16 22:36 CaterpillarPure1094 ITAP of a lighthouse staircase
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