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2016.06.28 18:01 buhrmi Hedera Hashgraph

Hedera Hashgraph is a decentralized public network where developers can build secure, fair applications with near real-time consensus.
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2017.09.11 12:41 AndyBruner Blockchain based global adtech network

Zohem enables strong data privacy for users while significantly increasing the relevance of ads, so that your favourite websites and content is forever free. Instead of employing sly methods of data collection, we are completely transparent with you about your data.Built on Ethereum and Smart Contracts, Zohem is a decentralised solution where the user has direct access to their data.
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2018.07.10 01:31 Minority within a minority but a Majority on the internet.

INTP MBTI Female Personality Psychology
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2020.10.27 14:56 Throwawaymissingcase A shallow dive in the photos

Since my last two threads I decided to do a bit of a deep-dive into the pictures. I’ve stayed away from interpreting the girl’s moods or the mood of the picture in general because that always leads into extremely subjective territories.
As a foundation, I downloaded the specifications for the Canon Powershot 270HS. Based on Lisanne not having changed the year in the camera, I’ve made the assumption that she would have been a “basic” user, meaning that she would use the “AUTO” function, and just “point and shoot”. This is also supported by the files that have EXIF data.
The canon has the following 4:3 aspect ratio sizes for pictures in auto mode:
L (Large) 12m pixels, 4000x3000
M1 (Medium 1) 6m pixels, 2816x2112
M2 (Medium 2) 2M pixels, 1600x1200
S (Small) 0.3m pixels, 640x480
The default setting for most Canon powershot cameras at L resolution. I went through all the pictures posted on Scarlet’s blog from that day and all the pictures listed at Juan’s archive and none of them fit the default sizes in auto mode for the canon.
Pictures on Canon cameras are in JPEG format.
Effects of downscaling pictures in size:
“For example, an image is reduced in size, any unneeded pixel information will be discarded by the photo editor (Photoshop). When an image is enlarged, the photo editor must create and add new pixel information -- based on its best guesses -- to achieve a larger size which typically results in either a very pixelated or very soft and blurry looking image.” https://guides.lib.umich.edu/c.php?g=282942&p=1885347
Effects of changing formats for pictures
“There are three main types of image formats:
1. Uncompressed (bit-map, a.k.a BMP) - storing the value of each pixel directly in a file. This way the image quality is maximal.
2. Lossless compression (TIFF, PNG): In an image there are some redundancies that can be exploited so that its representation in some file is smaller. For instance, if we seek constant areas and replace them with a single identifying symbol, then we have compression. This has the exact same quality as uncompressed (1), but the file size will be smaller.
The compression here is done similarly to data file compression - we get a smaller file size but we have to get perfect quality (not data loss). Obviously, the file size here will be smaller than uncompressed but not significantly so (for a typical image).
3. Lossy compression (JPEG): This type of compression relies on image redundancies and distorts the data in favor of smaller file size. The algorithms try to make the most visually pleasing way to distort, i.e. so that the viewer will not notice the distortions. This is similar to MPG/MP3 in audio/video files. The file sizes here are significantly smaller than (1) or (2). Depending on the image content, the overall quality will vary from reasonable to almost indistinguishable from (1) or (2).” https://www.quora.com/How-do-file-formats-affect-image-quality (you can also see an overview of file formats further down the page)
The Pictures, not that I excluded screenshots from TV and the likes because these are obviously going to be pretty bad quality regardless. Based on this, from picture 479 - 508, with some exceptions, the file formats are mostly correct (JPG or JPEG) with some that appear to have been scaled up and in the process been changed to PNG formats.
Only 3 out of the pictures I looked at were in the standard canon picture format that would be expected if shooting in auto mode. Most of the pictures are in standard 3:4 or 4:3 aspect ratio though (3:4 for pictures taken with the camera vertical, and 4:3 for pictures taken the normal way).
This would indicate that all the pictures that have leaked have been in much lower resolution than the originals from the camera, and have possibly been processed to more efficiently be shared online.
Why does this matter?
If you go back to the beginning, you’ll notice that when you scale a picture down, what the program does is to delete pixels, so if you take a picture from lets say 4000x3000 to 1024x768, you maintain the width to height ratio, but delete pixels, thus making the picture more grainy or blurry, especially when you zoom due to losing details.
When you scale a picture up it adds pixels to the image with the program trying to “predict” what these pixels should look like based on an algorithm. The result of this is adding the “best guess” information by the photography software, which can result in problems with the image where new information could be wrong. Thus adding certain details that weren’t in the original picture.
I’m sure by now that intelligent readers such as yourself can see the train of thought. The pictures that we have access to, are at best 1rst generation copies of the original files, that have been scaled down based on the native size and aspect ratio of the originals. Details such as a subtle fold in Kris’ shirt, could have gone missing as part of this reduction in photo size.
Lisanne’s camera was approximately 12.1 megapixels, my phone camera has the same amount and a standard composed nature picture was 5.13MB in size, whereas the pictures we have that are JPG format are most around 1/10th the size (500 kb), which means they’ve had around 4.5mb of data removed from them based on the algorithm. The pictures that have been scaled up are roughly the right size (in terms of MB) but that means that they’ve had about 4.5mb of data added to them based on the algorithm.
My stance on the pictures is that they do add value in the form of establishing a timeline for April 1st, up until shortly before the emergency calls were made. We have no idea what damage the compression and size changes of the pictures did to the source material, or if other edits were made.
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2020.10.26 16:54 Cyberrockz What It's Like To Interview For A Coding Job

part 2 is continuing...... if you find it useful please do up vote.

7) How to structure your coding interview timeline
Avoiding exploding offers and burnout while maximizing negotiating leverage and keeping your options open
The exploding offer dilemma
Here’s the situation you wanna avoid: You’ve just started interviewing with a company you're really excited about. Another company you've been talking to for a while sends you an “exploding offer”—an offer that expires in a week or even 24 hours. You have to respond to the exploding offer before your final round of interviews at the first company.
You don’t wanna have to decide between a real offer and a potential offer. Either decision has a big downside:

It's also bad for negotiation. The best way to get negotiating leverage with one company is to have an offer from another company. If your offers aren't open at the same time, you lose that leverage.
Work backwards from a signing date
So you want to do everything you can to ensure your offers come in at the same time. But how do you do that? The key is to work backwards:
Pick a "signing date" and stick to it. This is the date that you plan to make a final decision and sign an offer. This includes some allowed time for negotiating once you have all your offers in hand (more on that later).
Share your chosen signing date with every company as soon as you start talking to them. You may even want to ask them to confirm that they'll be able to work with your timeline. This way a company is much less likely to give you an offer that explodes before that date—they already know your timeline, so if they can't work with it they should tell you up front.
What if a company does give you an offer that explodes before your signing date, even though you told them about it early on? Don't panic. Politely remind them that you've been clear about your timeline from the beginning. Explain that you'd like to make your final decision on the date you've already shared with them.
If they still won't budge, you might be better off passing on that company—if they're comfortable squeezing you this early on in your relationship, that's a bad sign for how they'd treat you as an employee.
Now, some companies have policies about not having open offers for more than X days. So what if you're going through the interview process with one of those companies and it looks like you're moving too fast and the offer would come in too early and explode before the signing date you chose?
No problem. Most companies are happy to "pause" or slow down your interview process so the offer comes in later. This way both parties can get what they want: the company can follow their usual "offers explode after X days" policy, and you can have the offer still open on your pre-planned signing date.
How far out should my signing date be?
It depends. At a high level, you should allow as much time as you can afford to. Most people underestimate how long their job search is going to take. And when you end up in a time crunch at the end, it means less time at the negotiation stage. So allowing an extra week for your job search could literally mean earning tens of thousands of dollars more in your final salary.
If you have a current job or are a full-time student, try to allow more time by starting the process earlier.
Of course, some of us will be in situations where we really need to start our new job as soon as possible. That's fine. Do what works for you.
Keep in mind that you’re shooting for having enough time to practice and get through the whole interview process with multiple companies if you can. Think through how much time you can devote to each of these steps:

One more consideration: if you have the means, consider leaving yourself some time for a vacation before starting your new job. Job hunting is stressful. And that window of time between signing a new offer and starting a new job can be a rare window of low stress and low responsibility in your life.
Many companies are happy to accommodate this by setting your start date a few weeks after your signing date—just ask. Many offers include a signing bonus, which could help offset the cost of this extra time without a salary. But again, this'll depend on your means—not everyone can afford to take this extra time off.
Cast a wide net
Interview with multiple companies. Exactly how many companies depends on your situation, but the point is to avoid putting all your eggs in one basket. You want multiple offers by the end, so you can negotiate the best offer possible.
A good rule of thumb: send out applications to more places than you’re currently planning. If you end up getting too many interviews…well that’s a good problem to have! You can always "pause" or simply cancel the interview process with some companies.
Schedule your favorite companies last. Get interview practice with the places you aren’t as excited about. You’ll be in your prime by the time you interview with your top choices, so long as you don’t burn out.
Jot down your impressions after each interview. You’ll be surprised how much different companies can start to melt together after a couple weeks of interviewing.
Avoid burnout
If you’re casting a wide net and allowing several weeks for your job search, you need to be careful about burnout. The interview process is a marathon, not a sprint.
Space out your onsites. Onsites are draining. Try to keep at least a two day buffer between them—one day to recover after your last onsite, and one day to get ready for the next.
Don’t travel too much. You can quickly burn yourself out bopping across the country. When you have to travel for an interview, try to wait a few days before you travel again.
Batch interviews that are in cities you have to fly to. Try to avoid flying to the same city multiple times—though sometimes traveling to the same place twice is better than trying to cram three or more onsites into a short span of time.
8) Telling Better Stories For Behavioral Programming Interview Questions
Show, don’t tell”
You’ve probably heard this advice before. Maybe it was your 10th grade English teacher. Maybe it was career services in college. “Remember: show, don’t tell.”
And it’s good advice. When it comes to answering behavioral questions (like “Tell me about yourself”) in coding interviews, the difference between a good answer and a great answer comes down to showing rather than telling.
The problem is, people who give you the advice of “Show, don’t tell”… are themselves failing to follow it. They’re telling you to show, but they should be showing you how to show. That’s the hardest part!
So here are three specific tips for showing more and telling less.
1. Sprinkle in specific details
Imagine two responses to the stock interview question “Tell me about yourself.”
First:
I started programming about two years ago with some personal projects. I eventually got a job at a small tech company in my home town, and I’ve been working there about a year and a half. I like my job, but I’m looking for a new challenge, which I think your company could provide.
Then:
I got started programming because I wanted to build a social network for cats. That didn’t take off, but the prototype helped me get a job at a small tech company in my home town.
Last month, I read an awesome article on Hacker News about the social network your company is building. The scaling challenges you face seem like they’ll help me grow faster and stronger than my current role will.
The second response says a lot more about the candidate.
Why? Because of the specific details. An interviewer won’t remember the tenth person to say “I’m looking for a new challenge.” They will remember the person who tried to build a social network for cats and read about their company on Hacker News.
So don’t skimp on the details. Look out for opportunities to use specifics, especially if they’re at all quirky, funny, surprising, or otherwise memorable.
2. Tell a story from your life
Take another common question: “Why do you want to work here?”
People tend to just cross-reference their values with those of the company or team they’re interviewing with:
I’m really interested in technical blogging and open source. So I like that your company has some open-source work and contributes back to the community.
That’s a fine response. But to really wow your interviewer, try adding a specific story around those values:
A couple years ago, when I was still new to programming, I was working on this tricky bug. I found a post on a company blog where an engineer explained how her team solved the issue. She included a code snippet she’d open-sourced. I appreciated that she took the time to write about her team’s experience and share their solution. It helped me!
That’s how I first started getting into open source. I really wanna work with more engineers like that—who write about their work and try to help others in the community. So I was excited to see all the stuff your team shares on your blog and on the company’s Github profile.
The second response just sounds more genuine. It shows a personal connection to open source and technical blogging, instead of just telling it.
Anyone can look up a company’s core values and repeat them during an interview. It’s more meaningful to tell a story from your life that shows how those values benefited you or taught you something.
3. Use someone else’s voice
This one’s a neat trick. Consider one more standard behavioral question: “What’s your biggest strength?”
You might tell the interviewer:
I work well with others. Even under tough circumstances, I make sure my coworkers feel supported.
But a lightly detailed story is better suited to show this strength:
I have a coworker, Ana, who’s been an engineer for almost a decade. We worked together on this really tough, messy project.
Towards the end, she told me, “For such a hellish project, you really made things feel sane.” I think this is my biggest strength—I work well with others, even under tough circumstances.
When you respond with a story, you can refer to what other people have said about your best qualities. In this case, a ten-year tech veteran said you made a project feel less awful. That kind of praise is a lot more credible when it comes from someone else.
Practice, practice, practice
Remember these specific tricks for showing rather than telling:

  1. Use specific, memorable details. “Social network for cats” instead of “a personal project.”
  2. Tell a story from your life. “I was trying to solve a tricky bug…” instead of “I value open source contributions.”
  3. Use someone else’s voice. “’You really made things feel sane‘” instead of "I work well with others."
Try these tactics out on the questions below. Keep in mind, sometimes it’s easiest to start with a “tell” response, then spruce it up to “show.”

9) Common Issues In Coding Interviews
And how to fix them
The biggest, scariest issues
I keep getting lost or stuck in the middle of technical questions.
Getting stuck during a coding interview can be really demoralizing. That is, until you get good at getting un-stuck. That's right, you can get good at getting un-stuck! You just have to learn the steps.
But surprisingly, sometimes you're supposed to get stuck, and sometimes you're supposed to lose your train of thought. To understand why, read up on how the coding interview is like a maze
Of course, with more practice you're less likely to get stuck or lose your train of thought. Check out our practice coding interview questions.
Finally, make sure you're doing everything you can to get yourself into the best possible headspace in the 24 hours before your big interview.
It takes me forever to solve a single problem.
The trick to finishing problems faster is using a specific process and sticking to it:

  1. Brainstorm and design your algorithm by manipulating sample inputs by hand on the whiteboard. Don't start writing code until you know exactly how your algorithm will work.
  2. Code it up as quickly as possible. Don't get caught up in details like, "should this be a '<' or a '<='?"—just make a check mark in the margin and move on. Don't start debugging it until it's all written out.
  3. Finally, walk through your code with a sample input and fix any bugs you find.
The important lesson here is to never skip ahead. Only move on to the next step after finishing the last step. This keeps your thinking more organized, makes it easier for your interviewer to follow what you're doing, helps you avoid mistakes, and ultimately makes you move faster.
This process is explained in more detail in our general coding interview tips article.
I'm practicing, but I'm not getting better.
I don't have a CS degree. I don't understand big O notation and algorithms.
A lot of people struggle with data structures, algorithms, and big O notation. Especially people who don't have a computer science degree.
It's easy to think this stuff is just objectively hard to understand, since it's associated with the "academic" side of software. That makes it seem more technical and difficult.
The truth is this stuff just feels technical and difficult because people are bad at teaching it.
Yes, thinking in algorithms and data structures is a specific skill that's different from general coding. It's a separate thing you have to learn.
But it's very learnable. Check out our Intuitive Guide to Data Structures and Algorithms.
I . . . feel like I'm just not good at this stuff :/
This feeling is very common. The interview process makes us doubt ourselves. It eats away at our confidence. This is called impostor syndrome, and it can be fixed.
The rest of the job search process
How do I get interviews?
But I don't know the latest hip new framework or language.
How long should I allow for my job search?
I got an offer but it expires soon! What do I do?
What about behavioral questions? How do I prepare for those?
Practicing
I know I should practice, but I have trouble finding the time.
For most of us, saying, "I should spend a few hours practicing for coding interviews each week" just doesn't work. Whenever there's a spare hour, it's suddenly really important to send some emails. Or do laundry. Or do some other "productive" bit of procrastination.
The fix is to pick a specific, regular time for your interview practice. Block it off and stick to it.
An hour a day, or a few hours over the weekend. Just pick something you can actually commit to.
Open up your calendar and do it right now.
Couple more tips:

How should I practice?
Not all programming interview practice is made equal. There are a lot of things you can do to make sure you're getting the maximum possible benefit out of your practice sessions. Check out our guide to getting the most out of your coding interview practice.
How long should I spend on each each practice problem?
In general, a coding interview is about 45 minutes of problem solving. Sometimes you'll get a few short technical questions, but usually you'll only dig into one complex algorithmic coding interview question (like the ones in our course).
So, 45 minutes per question is a good rule of thumb. But don’t worry too much if you’re taking longer to finish our practice questions—you’ll get faster with time. Stressing about the clock usually does more harm than good.
Should I do mock interviews? How?
Yes! There are a few great websites that offer mock interviews as a service. Check out:

Or you can grab a buddy and organize some mock interviews yourselves.
For phone interview practice, do it over the computer. Use a shared coding environment tool like CoderPad, and actually talk to each-other over the phone or through Skype (great opportunity to test that your laptop's microphone works!).
For onsite interview practice, whip out some paper and pencils or, better yet, actually get on your feet and write stuff on a whiteboard.
You can even run a mock interview with a nontechnical friend! Try loading up one of our practice questions on a laptop or tablet—the progressive hints and gotchas allow your friend to use the page like a script.
And of course, real interviews are very effective as "mock interviews" :) Reach out to some more companies and try to get some extra interviews.
Onsite Interviews
What should I do the day before an onsite interview?
There's a lot to say about this, and getting yourself into the best possible head space the day before a big onsite can make a huge difference!
Read our full guide on what to do in the 24 hours before a big onsite interview.
And check out our guided meditation for visualizing yourself breezing through a day of onsite interviews.
My whiteboard always gets really messy :/
This is pretty common, and it can actually be a big problem. A messy whiteboard makes it more likely that you or your interviewer will get totally lost trying to understand your code, especially when you come back to it a few minutes later to walk through it with a sample input. Here are some tips:
Start in the very top-left corner of the board. Most people's instinct is to leave some margin on the left and top of the board, so their code comes out "centered." But this just ends up leaving you with less space. And you want all the space you can get.
Leave blank space between each line as you write your code. This makes it much easier to add an extra line later.
Take an extra second to carefully name each variable. Don't rush this part! It might seem like this'll slow you down, but using more descriptive variable names actually ends up saving you time in the end. Few reasons why:

  1. You're less likely to confuse your interviewer, which means you don't have to waste time explaining things.
  2. You're less likely to confuse yourself, especially later on when you go back and walk through your code with a sample input to see if it works.
Miscellaneous
What do I do if I get rejected?
Rejection happens. It’s an ugly reality of the interview process. If you can afford to, take a brief break from your studying so you can come back fresh.
The good news: You’re better at interviewing now. Sure, running practice questions is good preparation, but actually getting out there and failing some interviews is great preparation. Nothing approximates real interviews quite like other real interviews!
Reach out to the company and ask for feedback. Some companies can’t do this for legal reasons, but it never hurts to ask.
Keep in mind that rejection can happen for any number of reasons. There’s definitely an element of randomness. A lot of Google engineers feel there’s only a 50-50 chance they’d get an offer if they went through the interview process again.
Sometimes company priorities change, and they decide they need to slow down hiring. Sometimes you just get unlucky and get the interviewers who like to give low ratings.
There’s lots you can do to prepare, but there’s also lots that you can’t control. The best you can do is keep showing up and slowly getting better!
EDITS are always welcome!
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2020.10.25 11:56 bostonceltics_fr_lyf Is it true about Service Based Companies?

  1. Is it true that in service based companies people mostly do data entry jobs? I have heard this from a lot of people but than I think how would this company work if they only hire for data entry role.
  2. Is it true that these companies don't appreciate your technical knowledge and only promote on basis of company politics?
  3. Is it true that there is no career growth in these companies and they lay off their employees within 6-7 years?
  4. Is it true that people take a toll on their mental health while working in these companies?
  5. Are all these posts on reddit and quora true about all these negative aspects or is it just that the one posting had bad boss or colleagues etc.?
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2020.10.25 01:15 mardabx After update to v82.0, my primary FF cannot load anything and crashes after regular quit.

Below I'm posting what crash handler keeps spitting out. Standard troubleshooting methods did not help, that's why I'm here.
Also, not even Safe Mode works.
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2020.10.24 16:56 Ok-Memory5435 BetFury Birthday Bounty campaign for 15 mln BFG ($235 000)

BetFury Birthday Bounty campaign for 15 mln BFG ($235 000)

📷📷
All Betfurians are looking forward to the grand holiday. Very soon we will be celebrating the first year of our platform. To make this holiday memorable, we have created a Huge Bounty campaign for 15 mln BFG on BitcoinTalk!Prizes are waiting for you in all social networks: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Telegram, YouTube, Reddit.More rewards for BitcoinTalk Signature & Articles in: Steemit, Reddit, Medium, Golos, Quora.
Everyone is invited!Hurry up to apply for participation faster than others!The number of participants for some campaigns is limited.
Start receiving Birthday gifts now:
  1. Join the official Telegram channel and Bounty chat
  2. Create an account at BetFury.io
  3. Fill out the spreadsheet. There is a separate Google form for each campaign. After you have filled out Google forms go to the General spreadsheet and find your data. If you find your name in the spreadsheet, publish a post in this thread confirming your participation.
  4. Follow the requirements of the selected campaign carefully, taking into account all the important points.
  5. Publish your Weekly Report in this thread every week until MONDAY UTC 23:59 The reports are checked on TUESDAY.
  6. Get BFG tokens and use it for your own pleasure: stake and get daily dividends, bid in auction to get crypto, play In-house games and hold to exchange in the future.
General Rules:
  1. Participants can’t change their BetFury account nickname after registration.
  2. Check twice your nickname before registering for the campaign.
  3. KYC is not required for the Bounty campaign.
  4. Multiple accounts, fraud and spam are not allowed. You will be immediately disqualified from the Bounty program. Please note that any offensive or inappropriate behavior will result in immediate disqualification from the campaign.
  5. @Manager_BetFury and the project team reserve the right to change the terms of the campaign at any time.
  6. The submission form for articles and videos will be closed 3 days before the end of the Bounty.
  7. Accounts with negative (red) trust are not allowed to participate in the Bounty.
  8. The budget can be reallocated between campaigns in case of a shortage of coins for payments in one of them.
  9. Please check all links in your Weekly Report a few times to make sure they actually lead to your articles, Tweets, Retweets, Posts, Reposts, comments, video.Payments to all members are made every 2 weeks to the internal BetFury wallet.
If you have any questions - write our Bounty manager in the Bounty chat.
rules of each campaign on BitcoinTalk https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5283339
There will be enough gifts for everyone! Call your friends and participate together to share the fun of this holiday.
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Link to the Website: https://betfury.ioLink to the Telegram: http://t.me/betfuryLink to the Twitter: https://twitter.com/betfury_ioLink to the Telegram Channel: https://t.me/betfuryofficialchannelLink to the Steemit: https://steemit.com/@betfury-steemLink to Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BetFury.io/Link to Instagram: https://instagram.com/betfury.ioLink to Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/useBetFury_io
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2020.10.24 15:55 WithorAgainstMM Where to find sources to study these kind of questions like disk/memory based, How do I implement this as a project any resources and guidance.

Question: Data too large to be loaded into main memory--the information must reside on disk (or come as stream) and be brought into main memory selectively for processing without using external memory.
Is there any resources to study for the above question. Like ddia, leetcode, is there any specific resources that targets CS fundamentals like above?
How do I implement this as a project in python. How do I allocate a project to utilize only 1gb of memory and sort 10gb of data using these solutions.
http://homes.sice.indiana.edu/yye/lab/teaching/spring2014-C343/datatoobig.php
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/6988611/sorting-10gb-data-in-1-gb-memory-how-will-i-do-it
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.geeksforgeeks.org/algorithms-searching-and-sorting-question-16/amp/
https://www.quora.com/How-can-I-sort-4GB-data-with-1GB-memory
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2020.10.24 14:28 rajneesh7890 BetFury Birthday Bounty campaign for 15 mln BFG ($235 000)

BetFury Birthday Bounty campaign for 15 mln BFG ($235 000)
All Betfurians are looking forward to the grand holiday. Very soon we will be celebrating the first year of our platform. To make this holiday memorable, we have created a Huge Bounty campaign for 15 mln BFG on BitcoinTalk!Prizes are waiting for you in all social networks: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Telegram, YouTube, Reddit.More rewards for BitcoinTalk Signature & Articles in: Steemit, Reddit, Medium, Golos, Quora.

https://preview.redd.it/y05o6w5kd1v51.jpg?width=1170&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=5c6cd25b72195a04ca4a3861ccc7c22a232dbb8e
Everyone is invited! Hurry up to apply for participation faster than others! The number of participants for some campaigns is limited.
Start receiving Birthday gifts now:
Join the official Telegram channel and Bounty chat
Create an account at BetFury.io
Fill out the spreadsheet. There is a separate Google Form for each campaign. After you have filled out Google forms go to the General spreadsheet and find your data. If you find your name in the spreadsheet, publish a post in this thread confirming your participation.
Follow the requirements of the selected campaign carefully, taking into account all the important points.
Publish your Weekly Report in this thread every week until MONDAY UTC 23:59 The reports are checked on TUESDAY.
Get BFG tokens and use it for your own pleasure: stake and get daily dividends, bid in the auction to get crypto, play In-house games, and hold to exchange in the future.
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2020.10.23 03:45 lentimentall Looking for Remote Assistant / Intern

I'm a website developer of 5+ years in the advertising industry. I know a lot about organic SEO, marketing, copywriting, Pinterest, blogging, and small business. I also have a lot of resources. I'm happy to train intern or get them access to training resources as we go. I can't pay right now but I'd love to help you in your skills! I'll also write a glowing referral letter and be an enthusiastic reference.
Description
Tasks will vary but these will give you an idea:
Requirements
I'm looking for a desire to learn and enthusiasm over skills, talent, or prior knowledge. If you can show me you are excited about this and willing to help me, I'd love to help you in any way i can.
However, I can't say these wouldn't be a HUGE plus:
Even if you don't have any of the skills I need, I can teach. I can teach you how to write copy, think big picture with branding, push graphics, web development, be resourceful, and all the rest. I also love learning myself- if you love online courses, what's mine is yours. Anything you want to learn, I can help.
Hours are very flexible. I don't care when you work as long as you get things done and communicate. If you need to take a few days off for school / big tests, holidays, etc, it's all good.
About Pauline's Web Services
I'm a freelancer with 2 online shops, several blogs, several Instagram accounts, and freelance business where I perform SEO, website development, and Pinterest marketing.
To apply: https://forms.gle/ooZAUut5zv7jDQte6
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2020.10.22 14:26 theaffiliatehub 10 Free Tools to Find Unique Blog Post Ideas in Less than a Day

Whether you are new to the world of blogging or you’re a seasoned blogger, you know how easy it is to get lost when trying to come with new blog post ideas.
Everyone is telling you that the only secret to becoming an authority in a niche is to write frequently about it.
But the real question is, what should you write about?
Churning out five blog posts every week just because you want to attract more traffic is not a good idea.
You should not create content just for content’s sake.
Rather, your content should target a topic that your audience wants to know about.
In other words, your blogs should address your audiences’ pain points, offer them useful (and engaging) advice, tips, and answer their search queries.
But how can you find unique blog post ideas?
One obvious way of collecting ideas for your blog post topic is to knock on everyone’s door and ask them what they would like to read next.
You could also go ahead and give them a call.
If they don’t shut the door (or hang up) on your face, chances are that you will have a good list of topics that your audience wants to know about.
But…
What if there’s a much easier way to go about this?
What if you can use these tools to get your creative juices flowing?
What if in just less than one day, you could pump blog post ideas that will skyrocket your blog’s SEO?
So, here I am going to list 10 free tools to help you generate valuable blog post ideas for your blog:
1. Answer the Public
Answer the Public is a free tool where you can find the questions that people commonly ask related to your particular niche.
The best way to use this tool is to find some of the most searched terms related to your targeted keywords.
You can do this by simply typing the keyword in the Google search bar.
This will give you hints of related terms that people are looking for.
Now use these terms as well as your main keyword in the Answer the Public tool.
The tool will take you to a data visualization page where you will find dozens of related questions.
2. Quora
Quora is also an online platform where people can post questions and random people will answer them.
It can be used for generating blog post ideas due to all the spaces you can follow and the questions within them.
If there is an in-depth question in a highly followed space, this can be turned into a blog post.
The questions in itself could be made into a blog post as a “Guide to Quora Topics” or “Using Questions and Answer Platform to Build Posts”.
There will surely be many questions related to your industry as well.
All you have to do is to look.
3. Reddit
Reddit is another tool you can use to find questions about your niche.
You can find the “hot” and “rising” sections about each topic.
Other forums in your niche are also a great way of finding out what people are craving to know about in your industry.
With these tools, you will have a long list of topics that your audience wants to know about.
4. Google Trends for Trending Blog Post Ideas
Google Trends can help you uncover all the trending topics that people search on Google.
You have a direct view of exactly what your audience searches for.
No need to go knocking on their doors!
Thanks to Google Trends, you don’t have to guess what people want to know about – it does all the work for you!
5. Google Related Searches
Sometimes, we think that we have just the right topic to write about.
But, some people may be searching for your topic a little differently.
When you put a query on google’s search bar, you will get “people also searched for” questions on the page.
Also searched questions will help you know the type of content your audience needs at that particular time.
Scroll down the end of your Google Search Page, and you shall find loads of ideas to write unique blog content.
6. Tweak Your Biz Title Generator
This is an amazing tool that will give you hundreds of topic titles based on your keyword.
Tweak your Biz Title Generator shows a range of title types.
These include how-to’s, secrets, listicles, and more.
7. LinkedIn
LinkedIn is also a great platform to find out what influencers and experts are writing related to your topic.
When using LinkedIn for blog post ideas, the trick is to follow each post and assess the user engagement on each.
This will give you a clear idea of the topics that attract your readers and answer the question that they are looking for.
8. Ubersuggest
Ubersuggest can give you both content ideas as well as the top keywords to amp up your blog’s ranking.
Unlike Answer the Public, Ubersuggest will give you an idea of how many people are searching using your keyword.
Understanding the SV(search volume) will help you know if your content will receive any traffic.
It will also help you identify the sites that are ranking for the same keyword.
Even if you are new to blogging, you may have heard of Neil Patel.
Neil Patel shares free tools, tips, and courses to help bloggers, influencers, and digital marketers rank better.
The free version of Ubbersuggest is a great way to find trending, hot topics in your niche.
9. HubSpot’s Blog Topic Idea Generator
HubSpot offers free tools and tips to help bloggers and digital marketers.
This tool will help you find a week’s worth of blog post ideas just by putting in a few related nouns.
Use some highly searched keywords, and this free tool will generate new ideas for you.
Finally,
10. Buzzsumo
If you want to find blog post ideas that are trending right now, Buzzsumo is the perfect tool for you.
If you want to validate if the target keyword you’re planning to optimize for on your content has some traction, then Buzzsumo provides you the data to see for yourself.
The free version of the tool allows you to search for content ideas based on your keywords.
Wrapping Up…
I would highly recommend you to use an Excel sheet to jot down trending topics related to your niche.
Every time you go on a hunt for blog post ideas, you shouldn’t just choose a single topic and then stop there.
Instead, make a list of blog topics and then sort them out according to your preference.
Coming up with blog topic ideas shouldn’t be boring.
You don’t have to knock on people’s doors.
If you have the right tools, searching for blog content ideas is one of the best ways of peeking into your audience’s minds to see what they want to know.
Hope this helps!
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2020.10.22 14:13 liquidOCELOTY-T My External Source Marketing Strategy has failed; Help?

Ok guys my analytics for yesterday are up; after analysing the data i saw two massive improvements—
  1. Youtube Search—752 views
  2. Google Search—51 views
Then you might be wondering why i am still complaining well; sadly my marketing strategy through external traffic has failed :(. 9gag submissions i stopped cause of late it doesnt give me any views what so ever; yesterday i posted my video on following places—
  1. Quora Spaces my own and others
  2. Twitter—my bots did it for me
  3. Discord servers 3 of them—my bots did it for me
  4. Pinterest boards—my bots did it for me
  5. Facebook page—my bots did it for me
  6. Reddit—manual submissions were made yet it did give some very low amounts of traffic
  7. Linkedin post—manual submission
Even after doing such a huge effort on generating external traffic my hard work has been a total failure on that front and only got like 70 views minus the external traffic views from (Youtube it self and google search) this is too bad a number and alot of you lots are getting more views from external.
Playlists traffic has always been down for me—Youtube mix used to give but even that is giving low numbers meaning i am hitting under 1k views per day :( help
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2020.10.22 08:34 shivtechnolab Why you should Hire a WordPress Developer for your Business?

Why you should Hire a WordPress Developer for your Business?
Today WordPress is one of the fastest & popular tools for creating a functional website in minutes. Here you just have to install the CMS & start adjusting the look as per your requirement it also plays an important role in the effectiveness of your internet marketing & the overall growth of your business.
WordPress websites are effective and interesting marketing tools. Generally, WordPress provides a predefined free website that companies of all scale mark their web presence by enabling them to display varieties of products they sell & the services they render using content, images, & more.
Here is a list of main benefits that you will get on Hiring a WordPress developer for your Website:
Solution to All Problems Related to WordPress
A skilled Wordpress Developer is well aware of the things required to make the website function well. From the development phase to theme management and code customization, a developer takes care of all the work related to the website. Also, you can ask him/her to create a design that can attract your target audience and increase your ROI.
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Technical Support
If you are from a non-technical background and do not know much about the functioning of WordPress, Hiring WordPress Developer would be the right decision. You will get all the assistance related to your website and you can even ask him/her to train or guide you for the maintenance of the website.
Web Analytics
Web analytics helps you analyze all the data related to your website. A developer understands the parts that you need to focus on and helps you improve the performance. Which results in increased profit for your company.
Customization
If you have got a WP developer working for you, it is quite convenient to customize the website the way you want. One of the main parts of customization is choosing plugins for your website that are advantageous for your business. You can also then customize the coding and designing parts if required.
Knowledge of Multiple Languages
A WordPress developer knows many languages that help in providing a quality website with some unique features. The use of different languages in website development like PHP, CSS, MYSQL, HTML, etc. will improve the overall designing and functioning of the website. So, it is better to go for a developer who has proper knowledge of these languages.
Less Time Consuming and High-Quality Work
A WordPress developer will certainly maintain a good quality of work. This would result in your website being user-friendly and highly effective. A WP developer would certainly take lesser time in completing the work than the one who does not have complete knowledge of WP website development.
Data Confidentiality and Security
Your data is important and it should not go into the wrong hands. If you hire a WP developer, confidentiality is guaranteed as he/she will take care that your data is safe. Also, the company from which you will hire a WP developer would have a dedicated server which is a secure place for your data. There is no need to worry about security and confidentiality.
Flexibility in Hiring
You can hire a developer on an hourly, monthly, or fixed salary basis which will give you an additional benefit as you don’t have to recruit a full-time employee for this job. Go online and search the perfect candidate for the job from thousands of WP website developers. You can keep a regular check on the work as the developer will be reporting to you directly or indirectly.
Better Understanding of Users
An experienced WP developer would know what a user expects from your website. S/he can prove to be very useful as the implementations will be made checking the needs of both — you and the users.
Unique Content and Search Engine Optimization
Unique and good content is necessary for a website. A web developer is well aware of the need for such content and knows the specific content that should be present on the website. Having unique content is not enough, the Search Engine Optimization part is equally important. SEO makes your site rank high on search engines so that your website is visible to a larger audience and deliver you better results.
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These are some of the major benefits of opting for WordPress website development:
As we know that WordPress is known for its design flexibility and top content management tools. WordPress development is an open-source platform that features easy installation, independent updates & various plugins for effective database management.
WordPress provides you several themes to choose from if you don’t want to hire a professional WordPress Web Development Company to create a website for you.
From above we know that WordPress is easy to install and can be executed in a few minutes. Here you just have to provide them with general information to complete the process.
When we talk about add-ons, you can integrate various add-ons such as RSS feeds, newsletters, & Google Analytics to improve site performance & visitor experience. WordPress is extremely user-friendly with search engine optimization strategies. This helps to get a good rank in all the major search engines.
If you are looking at your website as a business and want it to benefit you economically, you can hire a WordPress developer.
Conclusion:
You need an interactive website that attracts maximum people. For a top-notch website, you need to hire a talented WordPress developer who has proper knowledge and experience that can come in handy for your website’s performance. The points mentioned above will certainly help you hire a good WP developer which in turn will be beneficial for your business.
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2020.10.21 14:16 BetFury_io BetFury Birthday Bounty campaign for 15 mln BFG ($235 000)

BetFury Birthday Bounty campaign for 15 mln BFG ($235 000)

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All Betfurians are looking forward to the grand holiday. Very soon we will be celebrating the first year of our platform. To make this holiday memorable, we have created a Huge Bounty campaign for 15 mln BFG on BitcoinTalk! Prizes are waiting for you in all social networks: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Telegram, YouTube, Reddit. More rewards for BitcoinTalk Signature & Articles in: Steemit, Reddit, Medium, Golos, Quora.
Everyone is invited! Hurry up to apply for participation faster than others! The number of participants for some campaigns is limited.
Start receiving Birthday gifts now:
  1. Join the official Telegram channel and Bounty chat
  2. Create an account at BetFury.io
  3. Fill out the spreadsheet. There is a separate Google form for each campaign. After you have filled out Google forms go to the General spreadsheet and find your data. If you find your name in the spreadsheet, publish a post in this thread confirming your participation.
  4. Follow the requirements of the selected campaign carefully, taking into account all the important points.
  5. Publish your Weekly Report in this thread every week until MONDAY UTC 23:59 The reports are checked on TUESDAY.
  6. Get BFG tokens and use it for your own pleasure: stake and get daily dividends, bid in auction to get crypto, play In-house games and hold to exchange in the future.
General Rules:
  1. Participants can’t change their BetFury account nickname after registration.
  2. Check twice your nickname before registering for the campaign.
  3. KYC is not required for the Bounty campaign.
  4. Multiple accounts, fraud and spam are not allowed. You will be immediately disqualified from the Bounty program. Please note that any offensive or inappropriate behavior will result in immediate disqualification from the campaign.
  5. @Manager_BetFury and the project team reserve the right to change the terms of the campaign at any time.
  6. The submission form for articles and videos will be closed 3 days before the end of the Bounty.
  7. Accounts with negative (red) trust are not allowed to participate in the Bounty.
  8. The budget can be reallocated between campaigns in case of a shortage of coins for payments in one of them.
  9. Please check all links in your Weekly Report a few times to make sure they actually lead to your articles, Tweets, Retweets, Posts, Reposts, comments, video. Payments to all members are made every 2 weeks to the internal BetFury wallet.
If you have any questions - write our Bounty manager in the Bounty chat.

Twitter

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  • Subscribe to the official BetFury page on Twitter
  • Retweet posts using special hashtags
  • Create at least 2 Tweets about the BetFury project per week, mentioning @betfury_io
  • Retweet the bounty post every two weeks. Full Campaign rules and terms of participation here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5283339
**Awards:** 300+ subscribers: $1 per week in tokens = 35 BFG(TRX) + 35 BFG(BTC) 500+ subscribers: $2 per week in tokens = 70 BFG(TRX) + 70 BFG(BTC) 2 500+ subscribers: $5 per week in tokens = 160 BFG(TRX) + 160 BFG(BTC) 10 000+ subscribers: $15 per week in tokens = 490 BFG(TRX) + 490 BFG(BTC) *Monthly Bonus + Quarterly Bonus

Facebook

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**Awards:** 300+ subscribers: $1 per week in tokens = 35 BFG(TRX) + 35 BFG(BTC) 500+ subscribers: $2 per week in tokens = 70 BFG(TRX) + 70 BFG(BTC) 2 500+ subscribers: $5 per week in tokens = 160 BFG(TRX) + 160 BFG(BTC) 3 000+ subscribers: $8 per week in tokens = 260 BFG(TRX) + 260 BFG(BTC) *Monthly Bonus + Quarterly Bonus

Reddit

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  • Subscribe to the BetFury official page on Reddit.
  • Make posts and write comments on a subreddit that is focused on cryptocurrency, blockchain, gambling, crypto faucets
  • Subreddits must have more than 500 subscribers.
  • Post/message length - at least 30 characters.
  • Your post/comment should link to BetFury.io
  • Repost the Bounty post every two weeks.
  • Don’t delete your posts/comments during this campaign.
  • Copy/paste and reposts of our posts in Reddit is prohibited. Full Campaign rules and terms of participation here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5283339
**Awards:Posts:** 5+ posts: $3 per week in tokens = 95 BFG(TRX) + 95 BFG(BTC) 10+ posts: $6 per week in tokens = 195 BFG(TRX) + 195 BFG(BTC) **Comments:** 5+ comments: per week $2 in tokens = 65 BFG(TRX) +65 BFG(BTC) 10+ comments: per week $4 in tokens = 130 BFG(TRX) + 130 BFG(BTC) *Monthly Bonus + Quarterly Bonus

Instagram

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**Awards:** 300+ subscribers: $1 per week in tokens = 35 BFG(TRX) + 35 BFG(BTC) 500+ subscribers: $2 per week in tokens = 65 BFG(TRX) + 65 BFG(BTC) 1 000+ subscribers: $5 per week in tokens = 160 BFG(TRX) + 160 BFG(BTC) 10 000+ subscribers: $15 per week in tokens = 490 BFG(TRX) + 490 BFG(BTC) *Monthly Bonus + Quarterly Bonus

Telegram

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  • Change your Telegram name to “Your Name BetFury Ambassador".
  • Replace your profile picture with your BetFury avatar.
  • Insert your referral link in the paragraph about “yourself”.
  • Write posts in other Telegram groups related to cryptocurrency, blockchain, gambling, crypto faucets. (max 2 messages per day).
  • You must remain in the Bounty group and keep the avatar, nickname and description till the end of the campaign to receive your reward. Full Campaign rules and terms of participation here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5283339
**Award:** $3 in tokens for the week = 95 BFG(TRX) + 95 BFG(BTC) *Monthly Bonus + Quarterly Bonus
**Do you own a Telegram group? Tell about BetFury in your Telegram group/Channel and earn! **Publish only 3 posts per week in your Group/Channel, that is focused on cryptocurrency, blockchain, gambling, crypto faucets. Posts must remain in the feed until the end of the Bounty campaign. A prerequisite is to make a post about the Bounty every two weeks. You can insert your referral link into the post.
**Awards:** 300+ subscribers: $1 per week in tokens = 35 BFG(TRX) + 35 BFG(BTC) 500+ subscribers: $2 per week in tokens = 65 BFG(TRX) + 65 BFG(BTC) 1 000+ subscribers: $5 per week in tokens = 160 BFG(TRX) + 160 BFG(BTC) 10 000+ subscribers: $15 per week in tokens = 490 BFG(TRX) + 490 BFG(BTC) *Monthly Bonus + Quarterly Bonus

YouTube

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Campaign rules
**Awards are determined according to the quality of the video:** High quality: $100 in tokens = 3 250 BFG(TRX) + 3 250 BFG(BTC) Excellent quality: $50 in tokens = 1,625 BFG(TRX) + 1,625 BFG(BTC) Normal quality: $20 in tokens = 650 BFG(TRX) + 650 BFG(BTC) *Quarterly Bonus

Tik Tok

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  • Shoot and upload a creative video on the topic of “Playing on BetFury is fun”. Use the raccoon Fury as a hero, game elements, gameplay.
  • Video length: min - 15 seconds, max 60 seconds.
  • Posts will only be accepted with special hashtags and mentioning u/betfury.io
  • Presentations and videos in the form of musical performances are accepted. Full Campaign rules and terms of participation here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5283339
**Awards:** 100+ views: $1 in tokens = 35 BFG(TRX) + 35 BFG(BTC) 500+ views: $3 in tokens = 95 BFG(TRX) + 95 BFG(BTC) 1 000+ views: $5 in tokens = 160 BFG(TRX) + 160 BFG(BTC) 5 000+ views: $10 in tokens = 325 BFG(TRX) + 325 BFG(BTC) *Quarterly Bonus

Blog & Article

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  • Subscribe to the official BetFury page at Steemit.
  • Write an article / review / comparison / post about your BetFury experience on one of the selected topics below.
  • The work must be creative, original and unique.
  • You cannot delete your articles during the entire Bounty campaign.
  • Submit your article on Steemit, Reddit, Medium, Bitcointalk, Golos, Quora, or other publicly accessible sites. Full Campaign rules and terms of participation here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5283339
**Awards are determined according to the quality of the video:** Professional quality: $30 in tokens = 975 BFG(TRX) + 975 BFG(BTC) Excellent quality: $15 in tokens = 485 BFG(TRX) + 485 BFG(BTC) Normal quality: $5 in tokens = 160 BFG(TRX) + 160 BFG(BTC) *Quarterly Bonus

Signature

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  • Newbies cannot participate in the campaign (rank Newbie)
  • Keep our signature and avatar until the end of the campaign.
  • Create at least 15 high quality posts per week. Post length - at least 150 characters.
  • A minimum of 10 posts per week should be written in these sections: Gambling, Mining, Project development, Announcements (Altcoins), Micro Earnings.
  • Spam, trolling, cheating are prohibited.
  • Negative trust accounts are not allowed to participate in the campaign.
  • Copper member rank = Jr. Member rank. Full Campaign rules and terms of participation here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5283339
You can insert your referral link into this part of your signature code and get additional bonuses from participating in the campaign. Instruction
**Awards:** Jr Member: $2 per week in tokens = 75 BFG(TRX) + 75 BFG(BTC) Member: $5 per week in tokens = 165 BFG(TRX) + 165 BFG(BTC) Full Member: $10 per week in tokens = 325 BFG(TRX) + 325 BFG(BTC) Sr Member: $30 per week in tokens = 975 BFG(TRX) + 975 BFG(BTC) Hero and Legendary: $40 per week in tokens = 1300 BFG(TRX) + 1300 BFG(BTC)
The avatar is here. Signatures are here. *Monthly Bonus + Quarterly Bonus
*Topics for YouTube videos, articles / reviews / comparisons / posts:
  • What makes BetFury unique? The main advantages of the platform.
  • Features of mining at BetFury. Opportunities and prospects for BFG token holders.
  • Comparison with other projects in the field of gambling.
  • Acquaintance with the BetFury platform: how to enter, deposit/withdraw, placing bets in In-house games and slots, mining and staking BFG token.
  • Promotional campaigns and contests on BetFury: current events / personal experience of participation / accrual of winnings / withdrawal of funds.
  • BetFury: advantages over traditional games.
  • How does the dividend system and cashback work at BetFury?
  • Games at BetFury:In-house, Slots, Table Games, Live Games.
  • Ability to place bets on BetFury: TRX, USDT, BTT, BFG, SUN, BTC + dividends pools.
  • BetFury benefits: Min bet, Daily tasks, Jackpots, Cashback, Dividends, Rank system.
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Check *Monthly Bonus & Quarterly Bonus in the rules of each campaign on BitcoinTalk.
There will be enough gifts for everyone! Call your friends and participate together to share the fun of this holiday.
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Link to the Website: https://betfury.io Link to the Telegram: http://t.me/betfury Link to the Twitter: https://twitter.com/betfury_io Link to the Telegram Channel: https://t.me/betfuryofficialchannel Link to the Steemit: https://steemit.com/@betfury-steem Link to Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BetFury.io/ Link to Instagram: https://instagram.com/betfury.io Link to Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/useBetFury_io
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2020.10.21 09:10 zarish001 5 Fundamentals Steps to Successful SEO

5 Fundamentals Steps to Successful SEO
We offer to learn Seo in detail in which we deal with the step of this SEO Training Course, and explain all points step by. Seo training in Pakistan is offered by ideoversity.In this course, we learn what is SEO? and keywords and learn further steps. This course is very helpful for your future projects. Because we learn how to rank your website which is shown on top search engine results. For this, we learn how to earn online?. Ideoversity is a platform in which you improve your skills and learn more and more about search engine optimization (SEO). If you are interested in building your company or business then Ideoversity Training Institute is to help you create your online business.

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IDEOVERSITY Training Institute is the best in Pakistan
If you are thinking that you became the Best SEO expert in Pakistan and achieve your goals about your planning for SEO Expert then this platform is your best preference. Ideoversity is the Best Training Institute for SEO in Pakistan because this course’s purpose is to improve your skills to a higher extent, for this learns MOZ, and Google algorithm updates. Most people who run websites have a limited understanding of SEO, so you often only need to get the basics right to succeed.

In this course, you’ll learn the

5 Fundamental Steps to SEO Success:

  • Figure out what your customers are searching for
  • Optimize your web pages for your target keywords
  • Understand both search engines and humans
  • Get other websites to link to your site
  • Start measuring your SEO success SEO - make Money SEO is renowned worldwide for online earning, and mostly starting work online is free of cost. Online earning is the type of work in which a person earns money by working from his home using the Internet and a computer. Nowadays, there are many online earning ways like email marketing, website making, blogging, but the most reliable source is “SEO”, so you can make money by having the SEO skills and it is such an easy thing that does not require specialization and degrees anyone can start who has basic English and computer understanding.

Online Earning

  • Create your Domain
  • Hosting for Website
  • Basic Idea about website
  • Build your website
  • How to manage website
  • How to create an AdSense account
  • Manage account and Earn Money
  • Career and Job Opportunities

Understanding about Search Engine

  • Classification of Search Engine
  • Hybrid Search Engine
  • Low Search Engines Rank Pages
  • Search Engines Basics (Google)

Google Search Ranking

  • Learn what your customers are searching for
  • Figure out the most popular way people search for your business
  • Understand other ways people may be searching for the same thing
  • Delve deeper into the more granular searches your customers are making
  • Find popular and engaging topics in your field
  • Expand your keyword list by looking anywhere else
  • Understand the metrics behind the keywords you’re targeting Create pages optimized for search
  • Create content that aligns with ‘search intent’
Navigational
Informational
Transactional
  • Use short, descriptive URLs
  • Create compelling meta titles and descriptions
  • Use headers and sub-headers to create a logical structure
  • Optimize your images
  • Set up Schema
  • Make sure your website is accessible to both search engines and humans
  • Make sure your website is mobile-friendly
  • Internally link between relevant posts and pages

Build Backlinks from Other Websites

  • Swipe links from inferior content
  • Broken link building
  • Guest blogging

Tracking your SEO success

  • Measure organic traffic
  • Track your rankings

Identification of Marketing Level

  • Defining your Niche and Audience
  • Identify Your Top Five Competitors
  • Online target market Identification
  • Realizing the power or value of the internet

On-Page Optimization

On-page SEO (also known as on-page SEO) is the practice of optimizing elements on a website is called on-page SEO.
  • Understand what a web page is about
  • Identify that page as relevant to a search query or queries (i.e. a particular keyword or set of keywords)
  • Find that page useful and worthy of ranking well on a search engine results page (SERP).

Picking out Keywords

  • Defining your Niche and Audience
  • Preparing to Research Keywords and Getting Suggestions
  • Keyword Research and Optimization
  • Using Keyword Suggestion Tools

On-Page Ranking Factors

  • Content of Page
  • Good content is linkable
  • Good content supplies a demand
  • Keyword targeting

Non-keyword-related on-site SEO

Beyond the keywords (topics) used in content on a webpage and how they're discussed, several “keyword-agnostic” elements can influence a page's on-site optimization.
Those include things like:
  • Link use on a page: How many links are there? Are they internal or external? Where do they point to?
  • Page load speed
  • Use of Schema.org structured data or another markup
  • Page URL structure
  • Mobile-friendliness
  • Page metadata
Off-page optimization
Off-page SEO (also known as off-page SEO) is the practice of optimizing elements on the other website called on off-page SEO. SEO is the abbreviation of Search Engine Optimization. The person expert in it is known as a Search Engine Optimization Expert. It is the process of increasing the number of visitors to a website by ranking a website on the first page of Search Engines. It is also referred to as the latest technique of marketing in Pakistan. Rank your website with the help of tools, and check your page rank, position, density. Usage of tags description, meta description, title tags, use of HTML tags, and more. In the second phase, we have to teach you the link building process, and there points, myths of link building, and purpose of SMM, strategies, on-page SEO, off-page, SEO, and their factors.
Introduction to Search Engine Optimization
  • Link building
  • Search Engine Indexing Keywords
  • Difference between SEO and SMM
  • Competitor Analysis Framework
  • Monitoring Search Engine Ranking
  • On-Page and Off-Page Strategies
Use Of Tags
  • Related HTML Tags
  • Optimizing HTML Tags
Content
  • Content Analysis and Verification
  • Social Bookmarking
  • Directory submission
  • Social Media Marketing
Postings your data
  • Forum Posting
  • Review posting
  • Guest posting
Sharing your data
  • Video sharing
  • Photo sharing
Submission and commenting
  • Blog commenting
  • Article submission
TOOLS (free/paid)
FREE Tools
  • Screaming Frog SEO spider
  • AHREFS
  • MAJESTIC
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PAID TOOLS
  • Traffic Analyzing Tools
  • Moz
  • Spy Fu
  • Webmasters
  • SEMrush
  • Search console
  • quora
  • Answer the public.com
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2020.10.20 04:18 Otherwise_Highway_89 Data science career or Web Development career. Very grateful with your opinion

Hi everyone. I'm about to graduate Applied Mathematics. In my curriculum in university I learned about calculus, linear algebra, statistic but also data structure and algorithm, database, .net, OOP , SQL , php, java... I've research on quora and reddit, many people said Data science is the future but some people say Web Dev is now and alwayls, many people are quitting DS to SWE. So my question is should I apply to be a Data Analyst and following a Data Scientist career or become a Web Developer in term of: 1. Future growth 2. Stress 3. Possibility to start a business 4. What field does human will mostly be replace by AI and tools ? P/s: Sorry for my shitty english, english is not my mother tongue language. I'm try to improving my english everyday and I'm very grateful if you spent some time to answer my question.
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2020.10.18 03:28 ibsurvivors I got the chance to interview a Berkeley grad on Uber's Data Science team :)

Hey guys -
Had the opportunity to interview a Data Scientist at Uber on their Shared Rides Team. Thought I'd share some of it here, in case you find it helpful :)
What do you do & where do you work?
My name is Divyansh Agarwal and I am a data scientist at Uber in San Francisco. I’m working on the Shared Rides business, and work on building products that grow the business. Some of my work also involves optimizing the efficiency of Uber’s ride sharing marketplace by improving graph optimization algorithms for rider-driver matching, and evaluating their performance via experimentation and simulations.
When did you first become interested in Data Science?
So, I had an interest in machine learning and predictive analytics before going into university. I wrote about it in my college essays as well.
But I was also interested in software engineering and fields like security. What really made me truly interested in data science was taking Data 8 at UC Berkeley. I really liked the fact that you could use statistics to extract insights from data and provide value - and although I had always been aware of this, I only realized then how powerful statistics could be and how computing facilitates all of this.
After that, I started doing a bunch of projects, some internships, and got involved in research.
When applying for jobs, was it hard to choose between going for a software engineering role as opposed to a data science role?
Not really - I was always set on data science once I got into it. I used software engineering more as a backup, because given my CS background it would have been easy to get a software job if I just prepped hard for their interviews.
It’s actually harder to get a data science job out of undergrad. This is because there’s a general bias towards people with graduate degrees and people with a lot of experience. So you need to have either of both - either you need to have a lot of work experience, or you need to have a PHD.
So that’s why I built experience through doing projects, research, internships, etc.
For Data Science, there’s no real standardized process when it comes to interviewing - it varies a lot from company to company (this is in contrast to software engineering where using websites like LeetCode can get you ready for almost all jobs).
So I had to spend a lot of time prepping for each specific company I interviewed with - at every stage of the process - and this ended up taking a lot of time.
When applying to Uber, did you have projects in mind you wanted to work on? How much did you know about the company?
After my sophomore year of college, I was invited for this intern open house at Uber. That’s when I met some of the team across rides, security, and eats. I spoke to this guy on the marketplace team and another guy on the maps team, I was really interested in those teams.
What’s really cool about the marketplace team specifically is that it’s at the intersection of computer science, economics, optimization, statistics, and there’s a lot of hard & interesting problems that can be solved from an algorithmic perspective.
So after this event I attended, I knew that I wanted to be on the marketplace team at Uber. So during my senior year recruiting, I reached out to someone on the marketplace team, and they were interested in me, so that’s how I started interviewing at Uber.
What is your team responsible for and why is this work critical to Uber’s business?
I’m on the Shared Rides team (which is a part of Marketplace Dynamics). The core of building new shared rides products and features come from matching improvements or UI and experience improvements. So either tweaking these algorithms, designing & analyzing experiments, understanding how users are responding to new product features - these are all very important and central to Uber’s business.
What are some challenges (both technical and non-technical) your team faces?
The biggest challenge for our team (and I think this is true for any consumer internet product) is building something that people actually like that meets your business objectives. Because everytime you change something with the product, one metric might become worse and the other might become better.
It’s also really hard to figure out what users really want and what they really like. This involves a lot of UX research, as well as experimentation. This stuff is really challenging. Here’s another example:
So, there’s an optimization & efficiency side of Shared Rides - there’s always a tension between the two. If I make something more optimal, it might hurt the experience. If I make the experience better, we have to give some leeway on the optimization side of things. So that’s this underlying technical tension that’s always there.
On the product side, as I had already mentioned, it just comes down to building something users really want. So we have designers and UX researchers who are embedded within shared rides, as well as marketing folks, and I have to work cross functionally with these guys to problem solve on a daily basis.
You interned at Quora before Uber - can you tell me differences between both companies and how that affected your work?
So Quora was a very small company - there were only 230 people or so when I was working there (two years ago). There were fewer layers of management, it was easier to know people across the company - for example I even got the chance to speak with the CEO on a couple of occasions. There was also less bureaucracy I guess.
At Uber, since it’s a bigger company, sometimes if you want to build something you might need to get buy-in from another team, there’s more bureaucracy, there’s more layers between you and executive management.
Like at Quora, I knew the Head of Data Science very well, but at Uber I can’t imagine doing that currently (given I’ve just begun my career).
At a bigger company like Uber though, you’re working on projects that have bigger scope, bigger impact on the world, and you work with a lot more people. I’m also more specialized within my role here at Uber - at Quora I could have had more flexibility in terms of what I wanted to work on. At Uber, I’m on a very specific team, in a very specific role, working on a very specific part of the product. This has significant advantages: We’re working on specialized problems that are really challenging, and I’m surrounded by people who have been thinking deeply about these problems for a while are are super passionate about these problems. There’s some incredible learning to be had there.
Finally, in a smaller company it’s also a lot easier to hang out with your teammates - Quora for instance had organized clubs (poker, badminton etc) across the board that made it really easy to meet people in different teams. At Uber, that’s much harder to do, but you meet an equivalent amount of people within your own team, since teams are much larger at Uber.
What advice would you give to someone looking to become a Data Scientist (either a career changer or a college student)?
Data science roles are defined very differently based on the team, company, size, role you’re working on. For instance, even Uber Data Science can vary greatly across teams - for example, I work on the Shared Rides / Matching team, which is mostly Operations Research, which is a field about optimization. And I didn’t even study Operations Research in college. The important thing to understand is that different teams have different scopes. For instance, the pricing team does a lot of machine learning. Some other teams are trying to understand user experience. So having a strong base is really important, because at companies like Uber, there’s many directions you could go in.
In the Data Science industry overall, there’s broadly three tracks:
  1. Algorithms (building models, doing ML)
  2. Inference (understanding causality)
  3. Analytics (building dashboards, writing SQL, reporting metrics, analyzing simple A/Bs)
Most of the Data Science jobs involve Analytics or Inference.
At Quora, they were mostly on the inference side of things. They were trying to understand product opportunities, trends in user behavior, and see if new product features were impactful.
On Uber, on my team at least, I’m more focused on building algorithms.
So in terms of advice: you need to focus on what you’re actually interested in (within the domains listed above). Of course, there’s going to be work that’s a mix of both, but knowing which topics interest you will help you map out and identify which companies you want to work for.
Everything is going to be very team and company specific, so don’t look at titles, but actually look at what the role is, talk to people on the team, and do your research.
Stats theory is also important, but on the job you’re not really going to be actively using theory too much. What really matters is understanding and gaining intuition. For example, I didn’t study a lot of Operations Research in college, but I took a bunch of Machine Learning and Algorithms classes in college which helped me build intuition for how Operations Research works, since the field is about optimization - which is what Machine Learning and Algorithms are about.
The purpose of theory is to build intuition and understand things.
Hope you guys liked the interview! If you did, feel free to check out more interviews at CareerFair.
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2020.10.17 22:14 liquidOCELOTY-T Check your YouTube analytics daily weekly and monthly check it every day

There are two sections the real time analytics we check it often hourly even usually for real time Vph however that isn't that important what's important is the traffic sources section. YouTube search terms find your videos well treat them like people who just commented on your videos. Note them down and base your ideas niche around those topics cause actually YouTube is pushing these videos from your channel in search and you must make note of that. Check Google trends and search for these same search terms and find new topics to make videos about also choose quora search for these topics there too. Objective is to tap into the YouTube search algorithm using this data. Once you get this data process and act on it and you will find moderate success on YouTube.
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2020.10.17 06:26 greendataproject My Social Green Data Project

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2020.10.15 18:23 monarchwebworld11 CONTENT MARKETING - THE ONLY TREND THAT MATTERS?

CONTENT MARKETING - THE ONLY TREND THAT MATTERS?
So, it’s almost the end of 2020. Whew!
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How many of you didn’t see the months pass? Wasn’t March like just yesterday?
So many things have changed this year, new developments have erupted, some losses have been evident – however, as we are nearing the end of this year, we can safely say one thing has remained certain, and perpetual.
Did you say “Content marketing”? If you did, you’re smart.
Content marketing is considered “the only marketing left” according to Seth Godin (author), and it is rightly called so because it’s still considered authentic, useful, perpetual, and evergreen.
With changing times, trends and preferences change, and obviously, a change in the trends regarding content marketing is evident. As we are inching towards the end, let us review a few content marketing ideas for social media that dominated 2020 and will probably continue to prosper in the coming year.
1. WRITE VALUE-ADDING BLOG POSTS :
For content creators in business, the world is your oyster. You can an opportunity and write about anything that you want – as long as it brings value, relevancy, and entertainment. In writing valuable content for your blog, you are an attractive new and old audience towards your business.
Remember, content marketing is not outright, vulgar selling. Through your content, you’re only taking them closer to sales.
2. VIDEO STREAMING TAKES CENTER STAGE:
Aside from blog posts, videos and live streaming have taken center stage for the past few years. This is considered one of the most important trends of content marketing 2020 because videos can keep your audience engaged for longer, and because the younger demographic is more visual than ever. They can relate to video content better. This is where Instagram, Tiktok (RIP), Youtube, Snapchat, etc. come in handy!
A study on the LiveStream survey showed that 80% of respondents preferred live video to a blog post.
3. CONVERSATIONAL MARKETING IS STILL ON THE GO :
Filling out forms and taking offline surveys are so yesterday.
The face of evolution stares us down in the form of conversational marketing for so many reasons. If you can think of 5 reasons in the next 1 minute, ten points to you.
See, conversation marketing is informal, a complete one-to-one, and more “real”.
By engaging in a conversation with your prospects, both you and your audience get to know each others’ persona, specific needs, and goals. It’s all very peachy and fruitful.
4. VOICE SEARCH AND SMART DEVICES ARE HOT RIGHT NOW :
A revolutionary content marketing trend that will kill 2020-2021 is the smart device.
Specifically, brands will become more prone and focused on catering voice searches on a smart device. The no brainer reason behind this is that the use of voice is sky-rocketing. In fact, in 2018, the number of voice searches reached over a billion.
Moreover, according to QuoraCreative – most smart devices currently respond to about 60% of queries accurately and effectively.
5. PERSONALIZED CONTENT IS A GIANT LEAP FOR MANKIND:
A consumer wants a personalized experience – it’s that simple.
If you favor exclusivity, then your business will climb the charts – because you believe that every customer is special. Their needs are different, and customizing their requisites through personalized content hits them “right in the feels” more than anything else.
6. PODCASTS ARE CATCHING ON!:
Let’s get straight to facts – Statistica has reported that the number of podcast listeners has nearly tripled in the last decade.
See, videos are engaging, blog posts are content-rich – but podcasts, they’re really personal mostly because it’s right there in your audiences’ ears. Podcasts can be flexible – you can hear them at home, in the car, or while exercising. On the bonus side, producing and recording a podcast is cheaper and less hassling than a video and it has a great audience grip.
7.HOSTING WEBINARS ARE COOL IN 2020 :
If you are looking on the education front, then hosting webinars and workshops are a terrific way to reach your audience by providing valuable content in a live setting. A sense of belonging and confidence is created and nurtured. Not only this, but webinars are also a little personal because direct engagement is present.
Sometimes a webinar’s pitch is not focused on the sale, but more so on educating the audience – if your pitch goes well, you end up hitting two birds with one stone.
8.SEASONAL CONTENT IS A REAL THING:
Some businesses rely heavily on seasonal shopping like Christmas – so they promote sales and content relating to Santa Klaus. However, as a content creator, you don’t need to be in the retail business to promote seasonal content. As long as you think like a seasoned shopper, all the pretty things during the holiday season – you’re ready to promote valuable content.
9.DATA-DRIVEN CONTENT CREATION IS A SOLID YES:
No one wants content that was created haphazardly. There’s nothing attractive about that.
The future of content creation has marketers basing their approaches and strategies on hard pieces of evidence of what will work – and what won't. There is obviously, a pool of such strategies but we are certain of one.
Data-driven content creation is the future of content marketing.
10 .CREATION OF INFOGRAPHICS :
Along with videos, infographics prove to be an excellent communicator, injected with loads of information in a short period. Sometimes these can be as simple as charts, or super-sophisticated in the form of embedded links, and eye-catching graphics. They work well to introduce your audience to a new concept or to drive a point home visually.
CONCLUSION :
As we move towards the end of 2020, your business should be able to stay at the top of marketing trends – more specifically content marketing. With these trends on fire right now, we can only hope that you’ve got the idea.
Content marketing is the face of revolution in 2020-2021. If used effectively, it might be the next internet breaker – so bring your game, and cop a place in B-world!
To know more, visit: https://monarchwebworld.com/
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2020.10.15 07:16 d3rr test 2

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minds minds.com 12,400
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steemit steemit.com 21,000
hive blog hive.blog 24,000
papaly papaly.com 25,000
voat voat.co 28,000
ruqqus ruqqus.com 47,000
saidit saidit.net 51,000
mamby mamby.com 52,000
sapien sapien.network 85,000
snapzu snapzu.com 89,000
pillowfort pillowfort.social 92,000
notabug notabug.io 99,000
hyvor groups groups.hyvor.com 123,000
memo memo.cash 203,000
flote flote.app 261,000
lobsters lobste.rs 264,000
raddle raddle.me 293,000
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poal poal.co 381,000
monalo monalo.net 444,000
diaspora diasporafoundation.org 457,000
 
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20 things 20-things.com 1,558,000
dojo press dojo.press 1,658,000
subreply subreply.com 1,659,000
scuttlebutt scuttlebutt.nz 1,661,000
aether getaether.net 1,702,000
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tildes tildes.net 2,117,000
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phuks phuks.co 2,830,000
member member.cash 3,185,000
moderntext moderntext.com 3,648,000
talksub talksub.com 5,233,000
dangerus dangeru.us 10,272,000
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dot world.dot.world n/a
raddi raddi.net n/a
weco weco.io n/a
atob atob.xyz n/a
dread dreadditevelidot.onion n/a
littr littr.me n/a
lotide dev.narwhal.city n/a
messagebase messagebase.net n/a
parley parley.io n/a
 
Reddit and similar established sites
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facebook facebook.com 6
reddit reddit.com 17
instagram instagram.com 26
twitter twitter.com 48
stack exchange stackexchange.com 146
discord discord.com 176
quora quora.com 373
9gag 9gag.com 385
4chan 4chan.org 817
band band.us 2,100
city data city-data.com/forum 3,700
hacker news news.ycombinator.com 6,400
slashdot slashdot.org 13,100
8kun 8kun.top 40,100
Graveyard, dead or inactive: 3tags, empeopled, votable, linkibl, frizbee, pushdup, stations, zeefeed, piroot, cillo, karrmic, peruza, qetzl, sorrit, reactacular.me, snicx, trendulus, ratesome, 9dot, hereshot, quickanswer, gameiki, campfire, eos-forum, wishfie, perusen, flowchat, panpact, elmers, voten, 8chan, prismo, dissent.cx, stacksity, postwithme, shufflehex, campussociety, panjury, poptopnews, threadbase, unfollo, yaddu
Prior list posts: v5.0, v4, v3, v2, v1
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2020.10.15 07:12 d3rr test 1

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name url rank red oss dec fed and ios
parler parler.com 5,100
the donald 5,900
gab gab.com 8,300
minds minds.com 12,800
steemit steemit.com 22,000
hive blog hive.blog 25,000
papaly papaly.com 26,000
voat voat.co 27,000
ruqqus ruqqus.com 40,000
saidit saidit.net 44,000
mamby mamby.com 53,000
snapzu snapzu.com 86,000
notabug notabug.io 90,000
pillowfort pillowfort.social 91,000
sapien sapien.network 93,000
hyvor groups groups.hyvor.com 139,000
memo memo.cash 198,000
lobsters lobste.rs 255,000
raddle raddle.me 272,000
mastodon mstdn.social 293,000
hubski hubski.com 340,000
poal poal.co 358,000
diaspora diasporafoundation.org 408,000
monalo monalo.net 409,000
subreply subreply.com 424,000
lemmy dev.lemmy.ml 521,000
 
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yours yours.org 659,000
pocketnet pocketnet.app 710,000
grepless grepless.com 731,000
discussions discussions.app 828,000
darto darto.com 980,000
scuttlebutt scuttlebutt.nz 1,374,000
tildes tildes.net 1,405,000
aether getaether.net 1,412,000
dojo press dojo.press 1,489,000
20 things 20-things.com 1,553,000
bitmessage bitmessage.org 1,806,000
phuks phuks.co 2,357,000
headcycle headcycle.com 2,638,000
readup readup.com 2,674,000
vlnc vlnc.co 2,885,000
member member.cash 3,499,000
moderntext moderntext.com 3,662,000
dangerus dangeru.us 10,282,000
avrillion avrillion.com n/a
dot world.dot.world n/a
raddi raddi.net n/a
weco weco.io n/a
atob atob.xyz n/a
dread dreadditevelidot.onion n/a
littr littr.me n/a
lotide dev.narwhal.city n/a
messagebase messagebase.net n/a
parley parley.io n/a
talksub talksub.com n/a
 
Reddit and similar established sites
name url rank red oss dec fed and ios
reddit reddit.com 17
stack exchange stackexchange.com 147
discord discord.com 177
quora quora.com 372
9gag 9gag.com 381
4chan 4chan.org 779
band band.us 2,200
city data city-data.com/forum 3,700
hacker news news.ycombinator.com 6,500
slashdot slashdot.org 13,200
8kun 8kun.top 37,800
Graveyard, dead or inactive: 3tags, empeopled, votable, linkibl, frizbee, pushdup, stations, zeefeed, piroot, cillo, karrmic, peruza, qetzl, sorrit, reactacular.me, snicx, trendulus, ratesome, 9dot, hereshot, quickanswer, gameiki, campfire, eos-forum, wishfie, perusen, flowchat, panpact, elmers, voten, 8chan, prismo, dissent.cx, stacksity, postwithme, shufflehex, campussociety, panjury, poptopnews, threadbase, unfollo, yaddu
Prior list posts: v5.0, v4, v3, v2, v1
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