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To be a successful #freelance  you need to know where to find the best clients.
#Marketing   #SEO   #inboundmarketing   
While most established freelancers fight with too many clients, or scope creep, as a beginner it is genuinely hard to get one client, not to mention “too many”. For freelancer who are just starting…
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This method might just save you enough time with #linkbuilding  to finally have a free #weekend
https://blog.ahrefs.com/broken-link-building-method/

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When you just start with SEO you hear a lot about the benefits of broken linkbuilding. Quite often you can find broken links on pages with some authority a
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#play  around with this #interactive   #projectara  Endoskeleton 3D model.

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What Is The Ara Endoskeleton? The Ara Endoskeleton (or “Endo”) represents the frame  of the device, defining the layout  and size of the phone. Current Endo size variants are: Mini, Medium and Jumbo (Phablet size). The rib combinations are different from Endo size to Endo size and allows a different setup of modules depending on size. [...]Share it! Your friends will thank you     
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#Freelancer   #Selbständige   #Freiberufler   Alle sind Willkommen 
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If I had ever read one of these “how to become a SEO freelancer” guides, I would have probably dropped the idea before even trying. I would still be workin
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10 #Freelancing  lessons for #SEO   Professionals 
Getting started as a Freelancer is bound to be a "try and fail" experience. It is hard to get the first clients, even harder to keep them long term happy.
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A simplified method for high quality broken link building #SEO  #Marketing #inbound
When you just start with SEO you hear a lot about the benefits of broken linkbuilding. Quite often you can find broken links on pages with some authority a
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Pro Keyword Research For Content: How To Rank Without Links And Get High CTR In Google
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It all starts with the Keyword research If you type “Keyword Research” into Google Search, you will find a million of tutorials, tips, services, tools (1.2
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Our hands are fast and precise instruments, but so far, we haven’t been able to capture their sensitivity and accuracy in user interfaces. However, there’s a natural vocabulary of hand movements we’ve learned from using familiar tools like smartphones, and Project Soli aims to use these motions to control other devices. For example, your hand could become a virtual dial to control volume on a speaker, or a virtual touchpad to browse a map on a smartwatch screen.

To make our hands self-contained interface controls, the team needed a sensor that could capture submillimeter motions of overlapping fingers in 3D space. Radar fits all these requirements, but the necessary equipment was just a little…big.

So the Project Soli team created a gesture radar small enough to fit in a wearable device. It’s a new category of interaction sensor, running at 60GHz; one that can capture motions of your fingers at resolutions and speeds that haven’t been possible before—up to 10,000 frames per second. To get there, the team had to reinterpret traditional radar, which bounces a signal from an object and provides a single return ping. From a hardware and computation perspective, this would have been challenging to recreate on a small scale. So to capture the complexity of hand movements at close range, Soli illuminates the whole hand with a broad radar beam, and estimates the hand configuration by analyzing changes in the returned signal over time.

The team built the first prototype, a 5x5mm piece of silicon, in just 10 months. They’re working on finalizing the development board (prototype) and software API for release to developers later this year. Watch Ivan Poupyrev, Technical Project Lead, talk about the project at I/O here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpbWQbkl8_g&feature=youtu.be&t=10m15s

You can reach out to the team at projectsoli@google.com if you’d like to get involved. Watch the video to meet the team and learn more.  #ATAP #ProjectSoli 
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From full time office to full time Freelancer. Increased my income from $3 per hour to $50 per hour in 18 months
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Aachen - Dortmund - Cakovec - Modrica - Gradacac - Sarajevo
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