How are you coping with the lockdown RB, we are doing ok here, everywhere is closed and restaurants are doing deliveries to home addresses, our best friend seems to have been missed on these home deliveries,,good job he has his own restaurant isn’t it and he can whip up a five star meal for himself as he has no staff to assist him, he hasn’t run out of beer yet, he stocked up recently,,lol,,
Well, Hello Mr. Cloud Nine. Long time no talk. These partners think you are directing my actions. Someone has to be blamed when you escape from the truth.
To answer your question, I have made a few adjustments during the pandemic, but nothing major. I can’t say the same for some family members. I am not going into details because our “best friend” will take facts and morph them into something he will hold against me. That is from experience.
As far as I’m concerned, the beginnings of the two threads involved will answer the question on who the troublemakers are. They want to get me into some kind of technicality to point out how wrong I am and how I start mayhem.
I don’t believe any forum member should be given this treatment. If I am labeled as the troublemaker for pointing it out, so be it. I have never seen any of his claims against TINTIN. I doubt if they exist at all.
“My old 'mate' TINTIN was another one that was solely here for sex predator associated activities, I was on to his case but alas nor Rick4Girl's case.”
The reason why a website such as benbaligad.com becomes blacklisted by Google is most commonly because:
When I had started my own aviation recruitment and pilot training business, and about to develop and build my own website I educated myself and learned that in the site's 'keywords', which is what the search engines pick up on, one needs to take care as to what identitying words one includes and what one doesn't.
For example actually on my website, recruiting and/or training for such aircraft types as Airbus, Boeing, Saab etc. of course I could identify these brand names in my website text but I couldn't list them in my keywords.
So the mistake you most likely made was in your site's keywords, that you were identifying other commercial identities that you didn't own.
If that was my money site, you would have a point. A small point. There are almost 2 billion websites in the world. How many of them would be using keywords? Just by using keywords, do you think you'll get passed them and go straight to the top?
Here is a site that shits keywords.
It uses current words used by Google searchers. You're welcome, knucklehead.
"If that was my money site, you would have a point. A small point. There are almost 2 billion websites in the world. How many of them would be using keywords? Just by using keywords, do you think you'll get passed them and go straight to the top?
Here is a site that shits keywords.
It uses current words used by Google searchers. You're welcome, knucklehead."
The website building website that I purchased and used, it's a product of USA, pretty much insists that the user provides keywords. No keywords isn't about going straight to the top, that is something that your fb buddy strives for with all his fake reviews, keywords is about showing up in the search results, i.e. if someone searched for "pilot recruitment" or whatever they would have found their way to my site.
Presuming that keywordshitter.com is a USA product also how would they know what keywords I search for in Google, I'm a Google searcher and they have never asked of me what I search for and, hell, Americans can't even spell many English language words ... But that isn't something that affects you being an immigrant!
I thought you said you educated yourself. Google is a worldwide product. Foreign words, and how they are spelled are included. Google doesn't ask you what you search for. They don't have to. That's what you go to Google for. Google records all of it.
They have extensive records on what people search for. They provide these records to you with the Google Search Console, if you own a website. What keywords did searchers use to find your site? Which of your pages are the most active? Google will provide that data to you daily for free from the Google Search Console.
What's in the keyword shitter is what people has searched for recently. Somehow, programmers have figured out how to harvest that data from Google. Keyword Shitter isn't the only one. There are others. https://keywordtool.io/
You don't believe me? Do a Google Search. See the autofill? Once Google gives you the search results, see the list of keywords on the bottom of the search? Those are the keywords people most search for. They are the same as Keyword Shitter, only it's more extensive.