Threads by user: Street Shitters anonymous
Damn, it looks like they deleted your post.
Wang Lisi (1133.01)
Thanks for sub'ing. Sub'd back. Cheers, SSA! :')
Hey, just checked my channel and saw you subbed. Thanks!
@Street Shitters anonymous - no worries pal. Nah, sorry - never bothered with that SEO shite - it's all bullshit as far as I'm concerned. Can't fucking stand marketers and essentially, SEO is just marketing - giving a perception of greater popularity than is the case. The very best content rises to the top all by itself - it's essentially social engineering. But everyone does it you say? That's what the people that drug-cheat at sports say too. Sorry mate. :|
Street Shitters anonymous (124.97)
@enhzflep Thank you for the info. I will be contacting the host, interserver today and ask about the security certificate. SSL, connectivity issues, the main programming languages, and SEO or not my areas of expertise. I am waiting for some funding before deciding how to market this dating site. Either pay someone to increase my Google ranking, an email as campaign, or ads. Can you send me a link will help educate me on SEO. The thinking about the best practices seems to change on a monthly basis. Long time ago it was having the right keywords. Now not so much. thank you
Paul. the website I am developing is
@Street Shitters anonymous - just a couple of quick points from a fellow software-dev.
0) LL uses BBCode. If you use it, you can make your links clickable. Here like this: https://www.bbcode.org/examples/?id=9
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