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My local SEO – Step by step checklist guide 2019

Step 1 – Local Listing Configuration

* Configure local profile as soon as possible

  • Google My Business

  • Bing Local

  • Yahoo Local

Step 2: your optimized listing

  • Business Name

  • Map

  • Direction

  • Photos and videos

  • Contact information

  • Introduction

  • Category

  • Keywords

  • Business hours

  • Validate

Step 3: get regular customer reviews every month

  • Verify competence

  • Start with the best customers

  • Start asking for comments: Google, Yahoo, Bing, TrustPilot

Step 4 – Add regular name, address and telephone citation (NAP)

  • Start with the important NAP sites

  • What country did you rely on?

  • Add new NAP appointments every month

Step 5: listing in industrial directories

Step 6 – You must have a separate page in each product / service offer

Step 7: do you have long format pages? Min. 500 words?

  • Verify the contents of the hard disk. You can use, for example: Presentation, Proposals, Frequently Asked Questions, Email Outbox.

Step 8: optimized every page of your website

  • Identify the target keyword for each page

  • Create UNIQUE meta tags (Title, description) for EACH page

  • Create keyword rich URLs for EACH product or service page

  • Add keywords to titles H1, H2, H3

  • Add keywords to text +/- 2 to 3%

  • Link to other pages from the text

  • Optimize images

Step 9: Do you have many external websites linked to your website?

* Go for quick wins, for example:

  • Give testimonials to local suppliers

  • LinkBack of social media profiles, for example: Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin

  • Paid directories of the authority, for example. Business.com

Step 10: Have you completed all optimization tasks?

  • Google Analytical

  • Google search console

  • XML sitemap and Robots.txt

Step 11: Does your website load faster than your competitors?

  • Run speed test

  • Switch to SSD hosting

Step 12: Is your website suitable for mobile devices?

Step 13: is your website safe?

Step 14: do you have a blog configuration?

  • Set up the WordPress blog

  • Check competitors' blogs for ideas

  • Identify the main blogs in your niche

  • Create a program of 10-15 blog posts based on your frequently asked questions

Step 15 – Do you know what to blog about?

* Companies (choose from the following): newsletter, practical guides, buyer's guide, list-based content, g 21 forms of …, best practice guides, product reviews, best of the list, forms of use the list, screenshot videos, Predictions / old versus new content, infographics, frequently asked questions (FAQ), common errors with content, case studies, checklist content

* Individuals (choose from the following): newsletter, practical guides, local interest, content based on lists and, g 21 forms of …, season / holidays / guides / news, upcoming events, the best of the list, forms Usage List, product videos, predictions / old content vs. news content / latest fashion trends, checklist content

Step 16: Is your content optimized for SEO and sharing?

  • Attention holder

  • Identify target keywords

  • Include keywords in meta tags

  • Keyword in title and headings

  • Keyword in URL

  • Optimize images

  • Add related keywords in the text

  • Internal link to other publications

  • External link to authority content

  • Add buttons to share on social networks

  • Mobile Verification List

  • Check loading speed

Step 17: Do you use the video extensively throughout your website?

* Set up the YouTube channel> Are you happy to appear on video?

If yes, choose from the following

If not, choose from the following

  • Before and after examples

  • Talking slides

  • Cartoon

  • Screenshot

* Have you optimized your videos for SEO? If yes Next topic

IF NO, do the following for all videos

  • Choose keywords for all videos

  • Add rich keyword title and meta tags on youtube

  • Transcribe video and create a blog post with embedded video

  • Optimize blog post (Title, MetaTags, Headings, etc.)

If so, does your website create trust?

Yes, relax and have a coffee

I'm not sure> Professional accreditations, vendor logos, guarantees: all this is clearly shown on all pages.

If this can help your local business and you have a site to test the SEO audit, send me your comments or send me a message to audit@seocliniq.com so you can test my Local SEO Site Audit checklist. Cheers!!!

design: language independent protocols that describe the step and the analysis of arguments?

Script

I wrote a PowerShell installation script that passes a line of arguments to a .jar file through the command line. It all comes down to:

  1. Convert an object to a string list
  2. Concatenating them in a single chain:
  3. Running the `java -jar .jar
  4. Analyzing the back in an object inside Java.

Several design options I face are:

  • When I update the feature list, I will have changed the number of options that the Java parser should convert to features property of the installation object. It may be convenient to pass an explicit argument that contains the number of features, so that, in the future, the script throws an error immediately, if for some reason someone / I has forgotten to update the amount of features that the parser arguments should facilitate.
  • It feels like a solution to implement proper integration. It may be better to store the object as temporary configurations.txt file that is read explicitly by the custom Java parser.
  • Do I put each argument value first with a - or simply hardCode the order of the argument in the order of the argument in both in the .ps1 script as well as in the .jar script.

Since this is such a wide range of questions, I was wondering if:

Question

What are the protocols for passing arguments independent of language?

Make a step form dependent on each other with Django

Hello, I am learning to use Django and I am trying to make a registration form, but I only find how to do it in a simple way, with just one step.
Two questions:
1st] How to make a three-step form, where each step depends on the previous one to be completed.
I cannot complete the second part until the first part has completed all the fields.
2nd] How to use the information from one step to another step?
For example: in step 2, according to a field completed in step 1, the user will be shown different information.

If you can give me at least one "path" where I should go, thank you!

error in Parse JSON Step in MS Flow

Sorry for the long question, but I wanted to include all the JSONs to get the best help.

We are receiving an error when analyzing JSON from an HTTP Get request in our flow.

Here is the scheme we are using in our Parse JSON step:

{
    "type": "object",
    "properties": {
        "d": {
            "type": "object",
            "properties": {
                "results": {
                    "type": "array",
                    "items": {
                        "type": "object",
                        "properties": {
                            "__metadata": {
                                "type": "object",
                                "properties": {
                                    "id": {
                                        "type": "string"
                                    },
                                    "uri": {
                                        "type": "string"
                                    },
                                    "type": {
                                        "type": "string"
                                    }
                                }
                            },
                            "Alerts": {
                                "type": "object",
                                "properties": {
                                    "__deferred": {
                                        "type": "object",
                                        "properties": {
                                            "uri": {
                                                "type": "string"
                                            }
                                        }
                                    }
                                }
                            },
                            "Groups": {
                                "type": "object",
                                "properties": {
                                    "__deferred": {
                                        "type": "object",
                                        "properties": {
                                            "uri": {
                                                "type": "string"
                                            }
                                        }
                                    }
                                }
                            },
                            "Id": {
                                "type": "integer"
                            },
                            "IsHiddenInUI": {
                                "type": "boolean"
                            },
                            "LoginName": {
                                "type": "string"
                            },
                            "Title": {
                                "type": "string"
                            },
                            "PrincipalType": {
                                "type": "integer"
                            },
                            "Email": {
                                "type": "string"
                            },
                            "IsEmailAuthenticationGuestUser": {
                                "type": "boolean"
                            },
                            "IsShareByEmailGuestUser": {
                                "type": "boolean"
                            },
                            "IsSiteAdmin": {
                                "type": "boolean"
                            },
                            "UserId": {
                                "type": "object",
                                "properties": {
                                    "__metadata": {
                                        "type": "object",
                                        "properties": {
                                            "type": {
                                                "type": "string"
                                            }
                                        }
                                    },
                                    "NameId": {
                                        "type": "string"
                                    },
                                    "NameIdIssuer": {
                                        "type": "string"
                                    }
                                }
                            }
                        },
                        "required": (
                            "__metadata",
                            "Alerts",
                            "Groups",
                            "Id",
                            "IsHiddenInUI",
                            "LoginName",
                            "Title",
                            "PrincipalType",
                            "Email",
                            "IsEmailAuthenticationGuestUser",
                            "IsShareByEmailGuestUser",
                            "IsSiteAdmin",
                            "UserId"
                        )
                    }
                }
            }
        }
    }
}

We are only interested in the email property we want to use to send approvals …

These are the INPUT results of the JSON Parse step that fails:

{
  "d": {
    "results": (
      {
        "__metadata": {
          "id": "https://*********.sharepoint.com/_api/Web/GetUserById(1691)",
          "uri": "https://*********.sharepoint.com/_api/Web/GetUserById(1691)",
          "type": "SP.User"
        },
        "Alerts": {
          "__deferred": {
            "uri": "https://*********.sharepoint.com/_api/Web/GetUserById(1691)/Alerts"
          }
        },
        "Groups": {
          "__deferred": {
            "uri": "https://*********.sharepoint.com/_api/Web/GetUserById(1691)/Groups"
          }
        },
        "Id": 1691,
        "IsHiddenInUI": false,
        "LoginName": "i:0#.f|membership|Surnamei@Company.org.uk",
        "Title": "Firstname Surname",
        "PrincipalType": 1,
        "Email": "Surnamef@Company.org.uk",
        "Expiration": "",
        "IsEmailAuthenticationGuestUser": false,
        "IsShareByEmailGuestUser": false,
        "IsSiteAdmin": false,
        "UserId": {
          "__metadata": {
            "type": "SP.UserIdInfo"
          },
          "NameId": "10033fff9fe67a30",
          "NameIdIssuer": "urn:federation:microsoftonline"
        },
        "UserPrincipalName": "Surnamef@Company.org.uk"
      },
      }
    )
  }

Here is the schema of the JSON Parse execution results that fails:

{
  "type": "object",
  "properties": {
    "d": {
      "type": "object",
      "properties": {
        "results": {
          "type": "array",
          "items": {
            "type": "object",
            "properties": {
              "__metadata": {
                "type": "object",
                "properties": {
                  "id": {
                    "type": "string"
                  },
                  "uri": {
                    "type": "string"
                  },
                  "type": {
                    "type": "string"
                  }
                }
              },
              "Alerts": {
                "type": "object",
                "properties": {
                  "__deferred": {
                    "type": "object",
                    "properties": {
                      "uri": {
                        "type": "string"
                      }
                    }
                  }
                }
              },
              "Groups": {
                "type": "object",
                "properties": {
                  "__deferred": {
                    "type": "object",
                    "properties": {
                      "uri": {
                        "type": "string"
                      }
                    }
                  }
                }
              },
              "Id": {
                "type": "integer"
              },
              "IsHiddenInUI": {
                "type": "boolean"
              },
              "LoginName": {
                "type": "string"
              },
              "Title": {
                "type": "string"
              },
              "PrincipalType": {
                "type": "integer"
              },
              "Email": {
                "type": "string"
              },
              "IsEmailAuthenticationGuestUser": {
                "type": "boolean"
              },
              "IsShareByEmailGuestUser": {
                "type": "boolean"
              },
              "IsSiteAdmin": {
                "type": "boolean"
              },
              "UserId": {
                "type": "object",
                "properties": {
                  "__metadata": {
                    "type": "object",
                    "properties": {
                      "type": {
                        "type": "string"
                      }
                    }
                  },
                  "NameId": {
                    "type": "string"
                  },
                  "NameIdIssuer": {
                    "type": "string"
                  }
                }
              }
            },
            "required": (
              "__metadata",
              "Alerts",
              "Groups",
              "Id",
              "IsHiddenInUI",
              "LoginName",
              "Title",
              "PrincipalType",
              "Email",
              "IsEmailAuthenticationGuestUser",
              "IsShareByEmailGuestUser",
              "IsSiteAdmin",
              "UserId"
            )
          }
        }
      }
    }
  }
}

and here is the error in the execution history step:

(
  {
    "message": "Invalid type. Expected Object but got Null.",
    "lineNumber": 0,
    "linePosition": 0,
    "path": "d.results(3).UserId",
    "schemaId": "#/properties/d/properties/results/items/properties/UserId",
    "errorType": "type",
    "childErrors": ()
  }
)

So how can I change the scheme to recover email correctly?

interaction design: prepare a user to perform an action before continuing to the next step

I am designing an application that allows users to train at home.

I have a step (let's call it step 1) in which the user must be able to "synchronize" (step 2) with the application for the next exercises. During that synchronization period (step 2), the user must move his body or simply move; The way it should move is presented through a video on the screen.

Let's say the screen looks like this, with a title, an image of the position that the user should take and a short description. The call to action must remind the user again that he must be in a position; In the example, I used a general CTA.

Once the user presses the "CTA" button, the user continues with step 2. The screen in step 2 resembles the screen in step 1, with the image replaced by a video and the lack of a button. Once the synchronization is ready, the user receives a message (success or failure).

https://i.imgur.com/nC4T62q.png

Actual problems:

  • When the user goes from step 1 to step 2, he is not ready to do what he sees in the video to synchronize. You first have to reread what you are supposed to do, even if I prepared it in the previous step about what you are supposed to do. By not moving when you reach step 2 and wait to process what you have to do, the step seems much harder than it really is and sometimes the synchronization fails.

I already tried: move the video, along with the initial position, to step 1 so you can see a preview of what you are supposed to do. Sometimes, users will begin to perform step 1 and get tired and complain that synchronization does not occur.

I am looking for any possible solution that facilitates the process and solves the problem.

Possible solution: I thought about this while writing this. When the user reaches step 2, inform him what he has to do and add a large countdown when he can begin to perform that move / action. Maybe during that countdown you can prepare.

javascript: one step back to advance two? [JS]

Hi guys, I am a junior front-end developer in a company that still uses Jquery, RequireJS in its systems and currently on the platform we work on (MOODLE) it is very difficult to implement babel, so it is basically the JQUERY + ES5 syntax …

Then, before getting this job, I had already studied Jquery and ES5;
And after feeling comfortable, I went to ES6 and right after I went to ReactJS and VueJS and did some projects with these technologies, all for training, because what I saw most was a front-end vacancy that handled ReactJS and VueJS …

And now that I'm working with an earlier version of JS, I saw that I didn't handle as much Javascript as it seemed, all these frames make it easier, it's harder to reproduce there … (Spa, Modularize … etc.)

Pointing to the future market, I see that more and more companies will opt for new technologies, frames, libraries … and I don't want to lose the crest of the wave and stay behind … but blindly I ended up choosing to study ES5 I think this will help me understand new technologies and things like that, but I think it would be a waste of time, because I can already do some systems using ReactJS and VueJS and if you stop to see, the create-react application comes with webpack / babel configured and vue -cli also comes with configured babel … So, how much will ES5 help me study to better understand these new technologies?

Angular Material Stepper and Step components separately.

I want to separate my stepper steps, because I don't know how many steps I have on each page.

Page:


  
  

Step by Step


  

He passed:


  Label

  

I did this, but it shows no step.

Thank you all: D

sharepoint online – App Step Forbidden error message – SP Designer 2013 update permission group

When I try to run a Designer 2013 workflow with an Application Step, I get the following results from my registry:

7/25/2019 4:20 PM
HRO ID: i: 0 # .f | membership | bob@bob.gov
7/25/2019 4:20 PM
{"__metadata": {"type": "SP.User"}, "LoginName": "i: 0 # .f | membership | bob@bob.gov"}
7/25/2019 4:20 PM
*** User Add Response Code: Prohibited

I have configured my site to allow Application Steps: I can create them in my Designer workflows and publish them correctly. I know that the URL that I am passing the REST call is correct because if I paste the URL directly into my browser, I get a successful result that shows me the actual members of the permission group that I am trying to update.

What should I look in the settings to remedy this?

Android – Severe Exception: java.lang.OutOfMemoryError when creating a new byte of chain step[] and charset

The thing is that when I try to instantiate a new String object byte [] I got an OutOfMemoryError. I am passing a large byte [], its length is about 100,000,000. I tried to concatenate different strings generated by parts of byte [] but the result is not the same

Probability of k events in an arbitrary time step, while there are no events before

I want to calculate the following probability. Suppose we have a Poisson distribution $ P (k, t) = frac {(a (1-s) ^ t) ^ k} {k!} Exp (-a (1-s) ^ t $ with average $ a (1-s) ^ t $. While $ 0 le to le0.5 $ Y $ 0 le s le 1 $ Fixed variables are the mean decreases with a discrete time t. Now I want to calculate the probability of having k> 0 events in an arbitrary time step, whereas no event (k = 0) occurs in steps of previous times.
Initially I thought that the solution would be $ P (k) = sum_ {k = 1} ^ infty P (k, t) prod_ {t & # 39; = 1} ^ infty P (0, t & # 39;) $ but this probability is wrong and is not normalized. Can you help me? Thanks in advance 🙂