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rakuiboulhasan
Apr 12, 2022
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After the game industry was accused of "spiritual opium", short videos have also become a target in the past few days. Some people say that a short video can't be stopped as soon as it is swiped. Some people say that short videos are Low. And the "entertainment to death" theory and the "nipple music" theory were called out again. Once the hat is on, the big criticism can be arranged: the short video "is destroying a generation", do it! Still the original recipe, still the familiar taste. But the question is, following this logic, how many popular things are not "opium"? Further, would people's lives be better without short videos? 01 He Caitou said: Every illiterate person likes to use the word "sorrow". Every slapstick lover likes to buckle a big hat. There is a long list of such hats, including "spiritual opium". However, "spiritual opium" is really not a good way to criticize the Internet - "spiritual opium" is often used, either because job title email list of poor expressiveness, corruption of language, or both. Susan Sontag, in "Metaphors of Disease", talked about using "war metaphors" to describe the evils of disease: One, implying the need for repressive measures and violence. Second, it is excessive description, which greatly contributes to the stigma of patients. This points out the harm of "using metaphors as evidence + sticking labels indiscriminately". The same goes for "spiritual opium". The Chinese people are very sensitive to the word "opium". After all, this is connected to the history of humiliation. When it comes to "opium", many people's minds automatically come up with "oppression by foreign powers" and "cultural invasion". imagery. The scars of history add to people's deep hatred for opium. This abhorrence will intensify the extreme negativity of words such as "spiritual opium". Calling something "spiritual opium" is no different than giving it a death sentence: Look, you have brought disaster to the country and the people, and you have committed a heinous crime.
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rakuiboulhasan
Jan 16, 2022
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Being able to determine the cause of an increase or decrease in traffic is an invaluable skill. It allows you to anticipate declines and pivot your SEO strategy to avoid downward shifts, but also helps you identify gains from the fantastic SEO work you've done! We've put together a list of potential causes to explain why your traffic may be up or down, what tools to use to confirm your hypothesis, and what to do next.Contents:SeasonalityCompare organic traffic year over year Compare search query Increased competition Compare click-through rate (CTR) Compare your competitors Compare the presence of SERP features Decreased visibility (keyword ranking changes) Compare your competitors Compare your brand rankingsCheck for algorithm updates Compare quality telecommunications with your PPC team Technical errors Confirm the page is indexed Check Egypt Phone Numbers List site speed Check your dataWhat to do when all else fails Check brand reputation Identify important current events Seasonality Seasonality refers to anything that can cause a change in the number of users searching for the topics your site covers. There are three main ways to determine if seasonality may be a contributing factor to your traffic performance: Compare organic traffic year over year By using Google Analytics, you can easily compare the date range you noticed a traffic fluctuation to the previous year. If you don't see a similar trend to last year, seasonality may not be a factor and something else is likely at play. However, if you see a similar fluctuation, it's likely that you can attribute this change in traffic to seasonal factors.
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