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15 Killer SEO Copywriting Tips (With Examples and A/B Tests)

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Are you struggling to bring in a steady stream of high-converting organic traffic?

Truth is:

Without SEO copywriting, you’re going to fail in two ways…

  1. Your content won’t rank for quality keywords
  2. Your content won’t turn visitors into buyers

That’s why SEO copywriting is one of the most impactful things you can learn today for your business.

In this post, I’m going to walk through some of the best examples of SEO copywriting on the web, show you direct comparisons of copy performance in A/B tests, and give you 15 actionable takeaways you can use right now to boost rankings, increase engagement, and convert more readers into buyers.

Since this is a very comprehensive guide, I’ve included a table of contents below:


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15 Examples Of New Technology In Education


What latest gadgets and gizmos are going to change your classroom in 2013?

It’s hard to know exactly what will catch on and what won’t, but the following list showcases some of the emerging new technologies, software, and platforms available. With their innovation and practicality, many of these are poised to enter the classroom and change the way students and teachers learn permanently.

15 Examples Of New Technology In Education

1. Flashnotes

Remember the days of doodling on the side of your spiral notebook while you tried to take copious notes from your boring biology teacher? Would you be more motivated if you knew that your notes would not only give you an edge on the exam, but could also earn you a bit of cash?

Flashnotes allows students to upload their lecture notes and sell them to other students who need more help or resources. The rating system allows

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23 of the Best Website Homepage Design Examples

You never get a second chance to make a first impression — that’s why your homepage is undoubtedly one of the most important web pages on your website.

For any given company, the homepage is its virtual front door. If a new visitor doesn’t like what they see, their knee-jerk reaction is to hit the “back” button.

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R Programming Help, How To's, and Examples

Finding R programming frustrating? can help! Go from learning R to using R with examples, tips, code, help, and how-to’s.

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Wondering if You Should Learn R?

Here’s a video from Courtney Brown that may convince you to try R programming:

What is R?

R is a free, open source statistical programming language that is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. It consists of the base or core R software as well as add-on packages that extend functionality. R is based on the language S which was developed in the 1970s primarily by John Chambers, Rick Becker and Allan Wilks. In the 1990s Ross Ihaka and Robert Gentleman created R and shortly after made it freely available under the GNU General Public License. R continues to be maintained by the R Development Core Team and major releases are published about twice per year.

What Software is Similar to

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Visual Basic Examples

These pages collect example tutorials, programs and ActiveX controls
displaying particular programming techniques in Visual Basic. 

We cannot offer any further help with these examples. Most were
developed by students who are no longer present. Our current students have
moved onto programming in C#, and thus no longer use VB. Please do not
contact us for further help, although feel free to tell us that this page
was useful to you!

These tutorials contain step by step graphical guides to several visual basic
programming concepts and tools. Note that they are not necessarily in
progressive order!

Tutorial Description Authors # 1 Introduction to Visual Basic
Part 1
  • A very basic demonstration and example of some controls and events
  • A simple example of how to program a listbox 
  • MSDN: what it is, how to get at it
  • MSDN sample programs online: how to get at’em

Mike Rounding 
James Tam

# 2
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7 Examples of Software Components

Software components are parts of a system or application. Components are a means of breaking the complexity of software into manageable parts. Each component hides the complexity of its implementation behind an interface. Components can be swapped in and out like the interchangeable parts of a machine. This reduces the complexity of software development, maintenance, operations and support and allows the same code to be reused in many places. The following are illustrative examples of a component.


User interface components for different requests, views and scenarios. For example, difficult components can be used to display the same information in a web page and mobile app.


Components that handle requests or events including business rules and data processing. For example, a model might handle a bill payment request for an internet banking website.


A controller is a component that decides what components to call for a particular request

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Happy Codings | Programming Code Examples with C++ JavaScript C C# Java Php Asp Visual Basic

Happy Codings | Programming Code Examples with C++ JavaScript C C# Java Php Asp Visual Basic
Happy Codings - Programming Code Examples


JavaScript | Java | C | C# | C++ | Html | Css | VBasic | Php | Asp | Assembly

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Computer Skills: Definitions and Examples

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Today, nearly every job requires a basic understanding of computers, and many jobs involve intermediate to advanced computer skills. This can include knowledge of specific software, applications or devices. Below, you’ll discover more information about the type of computer skills employers commonly look for in job applicants.

Related: Best Skills to Include on a Resume

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What are computer skills?

Computer skills fit into two categories: hardware and software.

Hardware skills allow you to physically operate a computer. Hardware skills can be as simple as knowing how to turn devices on and off. They might also involve more complex tasks like connecting machines to networks, changing parts or fixing broken devices. For these complex tasks, many employers hire trained technicians with advanced computer skills.

Software skills help you to efficiently use computer programs and applications.

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A List of Different Types of Computer Software With Examples

Types of Computer Software with Examples

Along with the hardware, learning about software forms the most basic of computer knowledge. In this OpinionFront article, we shall look at the different types of computer software, along with examples of each.

A software is a collection of programs that helps one communicate with the hardware of the computer. There are different types of computer software which are useful for several purposes. In learning about computers, the first step usually is to understand the major types of software, their uses, and applications. In the following sections, we present a list of computer software and their examples, categorized according to their different types.

Types of Computer Software

System Software
System software coordinates the complete system hardware and provides an environment or platform for all the other types of software to work in. It is the most basic type of software in any computer system, which is essential for other programs,

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computer programming language | Types & Examples

Machine and assembly languages

A machine language consists of the numeric codes for the operations that a particular computer can execute directly. The codes are strings of 0s and 1s, or binary digits (“bits”), which are frequently converted both from and to hexadecimal (base 16) for human viewing and modification. Machine language instructions typically use some bits to represent operations, such as addition, and some to represent operands, or perhaps the location of the next instruction. Machine language is difficult to read and write, since it does not resemble conventional mathematical notation or human language, and its codes vary from computer to computer.

Assembly language is one level above machine language. It uses short mnemonic codes for instructions and allows the programmer to introduce names for blocks of memory that hold data. One might thus write “add pay, total” instead of “0110101100101000” for an instruction that adds two numbers.

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