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Beginner SEO and Simple Website Promotional Services

Thu, 19 Apr 2012 06:00:00 PDT

Google Webmaster ToolsIn the web promotion industry, search engines play an important role in the daily lives of most people because every day internet users rely on search engines more than ever now a day’s. Because of this; your business needs to gain higher rankings among the top search results for your specific keywords of choice and industry. One of the first steps in search engine optimization is keyword research and a strong competitor analysis. You should utilize all possible research tools available to research your keywords, competitors, services and products in your current industry. The next step in search engine optimization is to upgrade your website so it is appealing to your customers. A nice looking website is not going to get you to the top, but it can help retain visitors if it contains valuable and interesting information once they begin to arrive.There is need for search engine placement with high rankings since there are several other websites with the same operations competing for the same business. This requires that, besides using search engine submission, webmaster's must utilize search engine optimization as a means to increase their ranking and out perform the competition. This process enables them to improve the placement of their sites with higher rankings by utilizing various methods of search engine optimization, tactics and strategies.Search engine submission also has the benefit of promoting your website on the internet within a short period of time. This will attract more traffic to your website by improving your online visibility. Furthermore, this allows the search engines to become aware of your online presence for user activity and potential sales. If you start to experience higher volumes of search engine traffic after the search engine submission process has begun then it shows that the search engines have indexed your site and visitors are now able to access it which can lead to gains on your investment.Besides the search engine submission, professional SEO services are also used in internet marketing to help elevate your site above your competition. In the words of SEO consultants, SEO services assist business owners by providing website owner’s the best search engines results possible. They provide unique features to web pages to enable a website to attract more traffic with proper on-page and off-page optimization. Providers of the SEO services also utilize the latest analytical technique’s that have a positive effect on a website to help the process as well. Companies that provide SEO services are experiencing stiff competition these day’s in the SEO arena. Nevertheless, to deal with the competition, they invent so called, guaranteed SEO services.These guaranteed SEO services provide a 100% money back guarantee if the SEO company can not provide a specific ranking for a website within the search engine results for the keyword’s chosen by the company requesting the SEO service within a specified amount of time for the more popular search engines. The providers of these SEO services have thus devised a strategy that requires clients to pay the SEO Company for web maintenance on a monthly basis after the desired results have been achieved by the SEO company. However, since the SEO company provides its clients with guaranteed SEO services, clients are not required to pay for maintenance during the month the guaranteed result was achieved. Bing Webmaster ToolsBesides off-page optimization services for a website an effective SEO campaign should also include on-page optimization such as proper image search optimization, proper titles, heading’s, keyword usage and more just to name a few. Another form of off-page optimization and internet marketing should include vid[...]

Google+ Search Results - The Social and Non Social Indicators

Mon, 26 Mar 2012 10:50:00 PDT

Google Social Plus Box Google Plus BoxThe real topic here is Google+ search and the results variations and how they are being generated. I noticed that some people could not seem to understand very well why a page may not show organically anymore when not socially logged in and why it can still show a Google Plus Box for someone whether logged in or not. The simple answer is that if you are out SEO'd by another page you will not show in the results organically if their page is better optimized than your page whether you’re logged in socially or non-socially. The Google Plus Box can still show as a result, but you may have loosed your organic listing because of that fact. The Plus Box has to be running on a social algorithm instead of the organic algorithm or the algorithm is the same but has some type of filter is in place. There are also times when the Google Plus Box does not produce any results at all. These algorithmic changes are random and can change on a daily basis so never expect the same results every day. If you are not logged in socially you can still get a result organically with the stats from your Google+ profile page by making use of the rel=author attribute which will be discussed later. But remember that just because there is a profile picture next to the search result does not mean you are logged in socially. You may also notice that at times you can see the number's associated with the amount of people in the individual's circle's. Why Google show's the numbers is possibly due to the fact that once a certain status is reached Google has the option to show this on the result. All of this wraps around the fact that you’re able to toggle the social/non A social results, but yet it still provides a Google Plus Box at various time's a long with organic results. Let's start with the Google +1 button.Google+ 1's Google Plus One ButtonAs you possibly have already noticed is that if you're a Google+ user that you do not have the option to create a +1 page for a Google+ Business Profile. It only seems logical that Google should allow you to have a +1  for your Google+ Business Profile and not just your personal profile. I am at the fact that when you +1 something it only get's listed on your personal profile page and not your business page. I understand that there is no way to split the +1's into each specific profile page at this time, but it just seems to me that being able to only allow +1's of my own link's on my Google+ Business Profile would allow me to only +1 my own content. This would of course be primarily the same thing as bookmarking, which is really what the +1 does on your personal profile page. Now there are other factors of course involved with the +1 and what types of effect's it has in the search results and it continues to be an ongoing discussion with lot's of open opportunities for analysis and discussion, but more on that later. Let's cover the indicators as a whole first.Plus One - Post - Stream Google+ One Personal Profile With Link Google+ One Business Profile Without LinkOkay, the post page allows for posting links of what you choose which remains on the page for an undefined length of time up to this point. This allows for permanent link's to be built for your content in regard's to your post which is exactly what the +1 does for a site you +1. So what is the difference between having a post or a +1 is the real question at hand. The +1 is a social indicator to Google that your content is being shared with professionals in your industry and networker's interested in your content. This also brings to light the fact that you can not share +1's but you can share post from stream's and that are created from post's. Now yes that may seem a tad confusing but that is why you should keep reading. Your stream is a post that can be +1'd which allows for another social indicator to Google that your content is being disburs[...]

Google Goes Social Search and What it Means to FaceBook and Twitter

Wed, 22 Feb 2012 05:30:00 PST

This will be an interesting feature of user of Google+. The options of turning it on or off is a very important part of it all. As mentioned in another post on the Huffington Post, it is the equivalent of sign in and sign out. This is going to be interesting for SEO and the impact it will have down the road. Main reason, the "not provided" data aspect. If your signed into Google the data is not collected which then means you are not getting your keywords search terms reported back to Google analytics. So, if your signed out you no longer get social results, which is why it will be interesting. What kind of data is collected when signed into Google on the social side? Going to keep an eye on how it effects the social engagement metrics and what it means for data tracking.The sign in and sign out feature which in latent terms is the same as throwing a switch to change the results, but here is the catch. If your signed in but shut off the social feature the data in Google analytics will still be collecting data but list it as "not provided". People complained for a long time that Google was producing unwanted results, well now people are complaining that Google has gotten too specific with the search engine results. I believe Google to be trying to find a certain median for the two and has possibly gone overboard, but will not hold them to that until I personally do some testing and get used to the new ideal of the social switch. Of course none of this matters unless you are a Google+ user or even use Google at all.There are data mining issues between companies and the uneasy topic of privacy as well between - not just Google, but other companies. This social search feature makes sense if you are Google. Google no longer has a contract with Twiter and surely does not have any contract with FaceBook,  Bing is the one who has the contract with Twitter which may or may not be renewed. It seems Google decided the solution was to improve all their services and design a social platform that remedies all the issues at hand. I can not blame Google for wanting to show their own social platform results from Google+. It reduces the risk of privacy issue's and utilizes the data Google has collected without problems from other companies such as Bing, Yahoo!, FaceBook and Twitter. allowFullScreen='true' webkitallowfullscreen='true' mozallowfullscreen='true' width='320' height='266' src='' FRAMEBORDER='0' />Remember good old Yahoo!? No one said much about it when Yahoo! implemented there own personal profiles and blog  commenting area and started showing their results for those features. Plus, the are easily connected to FaceBook and so is Bing. Do you see any of these social service connection's on Google? No. The outcome could be this, non users of Google and the vast features they offer are loosing out because there are a ton of thing's Google has done well and people are missing out if they are not using these free services. It boils down to preference at this point. What is your take on the new social features from Google?As soon as I finished writing this post, Mr. Schmidt of Google talked about how Google would be glad to incorporate FaceBook and Twitter into their results with some kind of agreementGoogle does index and produce results for FaceBook and Twitter but it is only the data that is publicly accessible, as not to produce wrong doing by Google since it is publicly accessible. Google has followed Twitter's policies and no one know's why the company agreement's between the two were severed. This could have something to do with Bing and what they Microsoft offered Twitter. Twitter does have a "no follow" link policy in place which is why Google can not index the Twitter content unless it is publicly accessible. Here is the other catch, [...]

RSS Creation and Syndicating Your Feeds

Wed, 07 Dec 2011 15:29:00 PST

What is RSS?RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based file format for sharing and distributing Web content, such as news headlines, blog articles, news-related sites, weblogs and other online publishers. With a RSS reader, you can keep track and maintain your favorite content in one centralized location. The use of aggregator's and readers make is simple to keep track of your the content you subscribe too by means of a desktop or a web interface. Viewing and reading data feeds from various news sources, including headlines, summaries and links to full stories can be overwhelming at times so managing your subscriptions is as simple as a click of a mouse. There is always an option available to subscribe and unsubscribe from RSS Feeds if you wish. There are hundreds of available RSS generators to create a feed from and is relatively easy to do even for a novice web user. As RSS files are essentially XML formatted plain text, the RSS file itself is relatively easily read both by automated processes and by humans alike and most RSS Feeds have styling options by making use of a .xsl style sheet applied. If you are an FeedBurner user you even have the options of monetizing your feeds with Google AdSense ads, which ultimately can generate a source of income with a little effort.How do I access RSS?News Aggregators (also called Readers) will download and display RSS feeds for you. A number of free and commercial News Aggregators are available for download. Many aggregator's are separate, “stand-alone” programs; other services will let you add RSS feeds to a Web page. Pretty simple actually. Get all the news you can handle without having to visit the website you get your news from. Just subscribe and wait for it to start flowing in by the masses.Another way many people use RSS feeds is by incorporating content into weblogs, or “blogs” or to a website. Blogs are usually website comprised of pages comprised frequently updated items, web links and useful content for people to ready and become informed on a topic or story of interest. Other forms of blogging is used for publishing traditional journalism, personal journals, group discussions around a topic, and a combination of anything in-between.[...]

Learn Valuable Google AdWords and Local SEO Information

Sun, 27 Nov 2011 19:56:00 PST

Google AdWords AuctionNow this is a fantastic info-graphic. I have been keeping up with the changes going on with Google as much as possible.
 Google is at an incredible pace right now implementing changes to all kinds of products and different area's. This info-graphic graphic really breaks it down to a very understandable and easy to understand format. I found that the portion showing the significance of the quality of the keyword allowed the bidder to pay less for the keyword while ranking higher.This type of Ad relevancy is used on a daily basis. I was just discussing this ad relevancy with someone the other  night and the individual said that he was inside of his e-mail and reading something about hams or talking to someone about hams and Google instantly picked up the fact that one of the ads to display inside of the e-mail account was about ham's. In turn this makes the combination and matching of the message he was reading and the ad being displayed the key point. Google in essence, suggested the ad based on what was being read which gave Google and the company paying for the ad a possible option of producing a click, which of course generates revenue for Google and a possible sale for the company paying for the ad space.This is not a new concept for anyone running sponsored ad campaigns but directly correlates with what is being said in the info-graphic. I believe all  of this is directly connected with Google's changes being implemented for fresh content and how Google is indexing the most recent news and events, etc… at the most relevant and newest date possible based on the relevancy of the search term. This ad display not only is more cost effective for the  company posting the ad, but provides the most relevant SERP's for the user performing the search. The newest and hottest breaking story is not going to be the newest and the hottest if it takes hours to get seen by user's performing searches.Another portion that catches my attention is the section that says "you can only  have one entry into any query auction from  your account". From this section Google chooses your keyword it finds the most relevant to the search query no matter how many keywords and ads you entered. Then Google enters your ad into the auction because Google chose which keyword was the most relevant to the search query. So Google determines the match type based on the search query and then determines what is most relevant and then enters it into the auction.This is no new information for paid search advertising. Setting up an effective AdWords campaign takes plenty of research of keywords and a definite understanding of the competition. There are plenty of tools available to assist any search engine marketer to create an effective campaign. If you think about it your creating ad relevancy the same as Google, just not with a massively sophisticated algorithm. Your determining your keywords and your ads to display to the user when they perform their search. The same principle applies here your effectively trying to target the ad to the user based on the search they use.When the results are posted the user is shown the most relevant ad based on what they are searching for which is determined by the keywords being used, whether long tail or a generic search term. Not only does Google do this ad relevancy but Face book, Bing and Yahoo! as well. This kind of ad function is designed to be a more human approach instead.Another great example is the instant search being used by search engines. This instant search makes the suggestions based on your search entry. Of course the suggestions are not always correct, but are fairly convenient for most individuals. The instant search is an option and can be turned off through your browser settings along with local brow[...]

Google Panda Changed Small Business SEO Services

Mon, 21 Nov 2011 18:24:00 PST

Google Panda UpdateSEO is a ongoing task that never stops and requires extensive amounts of man hours which equals time, resources and money as well. I have been measuring a on going project that I have been optimizing and internet marketing for some time now and since the Panda has been incorporated there have been significant differences in overall site traffic and ranking's. Although this company made it through fairly well during the primary changes it still took some loss in certain primary keyword areas, it seemed the larger companies got the better half of those keywords because they have more available funding and resources; unfortunately that is how it is. It did take a few months to gain that higher exposure again with extended hours and constant monitoring of Panda changes.Consequently, being a one man team has made it more difficult to keep up with Google and the changes being made in so many different areas, but have manged to make it through the Panda Effect fairly well. As this company is a small business and the need to gain customers at faster pace on a more immediate demand for a quicker turn over rate forced a change in strategy. Some of these change's included fresh quality content and a more localized approach to keep the customer's rolling in.Writing quality, fresh and unique content is a must do part of proper SEO. Article spinning has not been so popular since these changes by Google and the changes have prevented a lot of spammers from spamming. I think this was one of the clear objectives behind the Panda and the engineer who designed it. The death of SEO is not going to happen, at least anytime soon. Search engines rely on tons of factors concerning SEO. The algorithms are based on multiple factors whether on-page or off-page. As a reminder though, the Panda Effect not only effected Google, but it affected the other search engines as well. The process of the Panda Effect works on the notation, if the site your content or link was placed on is penalized then you are penalized as well. This is considered a trickle effect.As a small business owner and a employee of a small business there is always going to be emphasis placed on local optimization, especially if your services can only be done locally. Just remember that if someone in California per say finds your business, what good does it do if they can not have your company do the services for them because your located at another state. Whether your a small business or large business a continuous online campaign is a must. As a consultant and daily SEO guru I know this to be extremely true, but as with any good SEO guy, keeping up to date on current changes is a must to remain effective.[...]

Sharing with Google Plus

Wed, 09 Nov 2011 20:48:00 PST

Google+ BadgesWay nice, people have been wondering how long it was going to take Google or another company to program a type of sharing button to share from a website. It actually surprises me that ShareAholic, ShareThis or AddThis has not done this yet, if they have no one has seen it thus far. I thought of this when the first Google +1 button was first released by Google. It seemed that the best usage of the +1 would be mostly for favorite website bookmarking instead of a separate button for sharing. Not sure why Google did not implement this in this way to begin with when creating G+.I have been going through the motions of what Google +1 is capable of doing and have decided that it would seem feasible as well to add a share option on the +1 page of your profile to easily share your +1'd pages with any location or Google circle. Now the next thing to tackle is if your wanting to share a link to another social site or even e-mail it to someone else you are forced to go to that page first and then use share method options which are abundantly available through various addon's and extensions through browser's or on websites. Currently a share button is only available for mobile phones gives the mobile phone a competitive edge over PC and MAC users since a share button for G+ is only available for mobile users to my knowledge at this time and date (11/08/11, 7:17 A.M.), but I am sure it will soon be available for PC and Mac users a like. If Google can implement these kinds of changes it would make Google gain a competitive edge on the competition for sure.Google has been beat up recently because of all the changes by some, but overall it seems most are happy with the changes Google has been creating. Google not only has created a more stable product  for users but they have created a magnitude of jobs for people as well. All of Google's changes have created enormous amounts of content, inspired programmers and developers to create plugins and even allowed graphic artist to become creative with some of the new logos and icons being introduced. Of course this list of professionals is fairly broad, but overall it has generated a lot of work for people since it all started. I myself am part of all of these changes and productivity just by simply wring a blog, thinking of better way's to improve Google and sharing my ideals and work.[...]

Web Analytic Keyword Data "Not Provided"

Thu, 03 Nov 2011 18:04:00 PDT

Okay, I have been following this topic closely and have come to several conclusions. I can understand it if Google only wanted to prevent you from causing a recording of a search if you were logged into the system as a Google user and they were trying to prevent you from recording your own search for your own website, but not for all of them in total. Of course the search is only registered as a visit if you click your own link.

Okay, recording the data from non logged in users still makes sense to me because then Google can measure all impressions from other sources such as software programs running analysis. Remember you do not have to be logged in to use the software to get your data back from the search engines and It would only make sense to me that Google would still be tracking the impressions for their own purposes but not releasing the data to its users. Of course this would be very touchy ground concerning privacy issue's since Google does not own the data, but at the same time may be trying to prevent false impressions from various sources.

So let's say Google is still recording those impressions of logged in Google users, what do you think they can do with that data? It might be a tad presumptive of Google to think all users logged in are using Google's search engine... I do not think Google would be that nieve. I suppose you might say that the percent of "not provided" would directly correlate to the amount of users using Google's search engine while logged In. It was mentioned on another blog I read today that it might be a strategy to boost PPC in efforts to increase revenue. Sorry, but I do not think Google has a revenue problem and their are other reasons behind this new implementation. It actually reminds me of a sandbox security layout or the same as AdWords when using the tool to show your ad but not recording the impression.


Google SSL – Organic Keywords and Analytic Data

Sun, 23 Oct 2011 17:09:00 PDT

If you use Google +1, this is where it first sprouted and caught my attention. This is very disturbing to me because like any good optimizer, organic keywords are extremely important at performing proper SEO.

This particular function of not recording the data is the exact same way Google AdWords allows users to display there AdWords results without recording the data. If your not familiar with this, it is a tool inside of Google AdWords to test your results without recording data. I believe one of the reason’s Google is going in this direction is not only for security purposes in the grand scheme of thing’s but to combat issues surrounding the use of software programs running constant analysis.

This software when run is compounding the data and actually producing false results by causing software generated impressions to the search engines instead of it actually producing a real human impression. IE… CAPCHA entries when running these various types of software programs such as Seo Power Suite. Great applications by the way. This makes sense because the keyword tool provided by Google in AdWords is only producing keywords from Pay per Click (PPC) impressions and not organic impressions. This completely relates to what is being said about getting data based on AdWord campaigns.

I am curious to whether or not the data that has been recorded will still be accessible as it has always been up until this point into the future through analytic’s. I was really getting into the new design with Google analytic’s today and still noticed organic keywords showing in the reports. But did notice the “not provided” data as well. I think Google may have other plans and we all will just have to wait to see the final outcome.


Content Management Tips

Sun, 16 Oct 2011 07:48:00 PDT

There are so many variables when considering optimization and tools to market a website that it can be tough to keep up with at times. This article helped refresh my memory on a few tactics that have not escaped my mind but are not utilized on all the website being optimized. I found the recommendation about content to be very significant during this read. I have seen as we all have seen thousands of websites full of content because someone is trying to place more content on the page because they completely believe content is king and it will bring the crawlers to the website.Yes, new content is good and can bring the crawlers to your website as scheduled by the site map, but does not mean it will help if the crawlers do not scan it, hence the term (Fresh Relevant Content). This is what makes CMS search engine friendly, because it updates your site and ping's the engine with a request to come back to your website to be indexed again. Relevant content of course is the prime factor when creating content for the website. The use of 80 words as stated of unique content is interesting and I believe is enough as long as it is relevant and gets your readers attention.If your placing two keywords inside of the 80 words of content, then what sort of prominence and how many times? From past experience  it seems the search engines indexing this content prefer a limited amount of content and the need to go beyond this amount of content would make what is being said about "80 words" of content being sufficient, very true.The term "Content Is King" pigs in space :) Ha, Ha,  is valid but when is to much content to much… I have seen website's rank extremely well in the SERP's with little to almost no content on the page. This is an indication of how important Off-Page SEO factors are in the formula. The need for content usually seems to come from individuals wanting to establish internal link's to various pages on the site or outbound links as well or they have been mislead by something they read about optimization. This  type of linking has value and remains as another important factor with On-Page SEO.The need to produce anchor text has caused individuals to create content on top of content to the point of having a page that extends for miles. This bring's us back to 80 words is enough content if relevant to what the site is about. This is exactly why I agree with the statement of 80 words being enough. Proof in the pudding - tried, tested, researched, proven and experimented with this suggestion and the amount of content needed. Have found it to be very accurate and true.Having good structure is where the line's blend. Anchor text is On-Page SEO and so is structure. You can not have structure without content, Right, Right… So when someone say's content is KING, they would be correct. Keeping in mind that to much content is overkill. So the use of 80 words allows for content and structure. Also keeping in mind that we want to allow the visitors to navigate easily throughout the site but not over whelming them with content that they probably will not take the time to read. This is the reason for a good call to action along with headlines are significant and extremely important.Source: Link Worx Seo[...]

Link Worx Seo - Internet Marketing Consultants | LinkedIn

Mon, 25 Jul 2011 20:29:00 PDT

Link Worx Seo -Internet Marketing Consultants | LinkedInWe are an Indianapolis web based firm providing internet marketing solutions and search engine optimization services. Our main goal is to provide complete on page and off page optimization and marketing strategies. Our comprehensive website management can provide you with maximum exposure organically and locally.Link Worx Seo has become a internationally recognized company. It has slowly become a normal destination for businesses in need of website promotion through multiple channels; as well as branding and identity enhancement.Our company provides premium digital marketing services for businesses large or small. Our customized approach has been proven to generate top ranking's for all of our clients with higher returns on investments at international level's. This customized approach is a unique technique which brings a higher level of customer service experience because of our strong work ethics. Plus, our methodologies and strategies are designed to bring the best return on investment for each and every client with optimal search engine results even on stringent client budgets.This is primarily due to our strong commitment of dedication and service excellence to our clients. Another main advantage to choosing our company is our diversified background and solid work ethic for perfection. Because we pay attention to every little detail that some of our competitors overlook.With the customer in mind, the company always strives to bring our clients every source and option available for maximum results while producing a higher profit to loss margin on investment. As a business owner, you should be aware that the need to create a stronger and more prominent online presence could never be greater in today's market. Because more than likely the competition is doing the same research and analysis. By applying years of industry experience the company has steadily created growth for itself and its' clients and continues to make advancements with positive feedback from its 'clients.Specialties: Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Pay per Click (PPC), Link Building Services (LBS), Video Marketing (VSEO), Content Management Systems (CMS), Social Media Marketing (SMO), Web Design, Graphic Design, Internet Marketing, Branding & Identity[...]

CMS - HubSpot

Thu, 14 Jul 2011 19:28:00 PDT

Okay, I took a look at the Sales Lion website and read through some of the content written. I also have seen HubSpot on my own several times in the last year or so. Nice CMS system. This is an easy way such as WP to create and maintain a website. Although it takes time to learn the CMS system and apply it. The same applies to WP. You have to have at least some minimal HTML knowledge, CSS and programming knowledge to get the results you want to achieve. As a Webmaster I install these Content Management Systems and help manage website that use these types of systems. It is still a time consuming task even for a intermediate tech savvy individual to maintain a website designed by one of these CMS‘s. Also keep in mind that one of the thing’s that makes WP so popular is the fact that  it is completely free and can be simple to install even if your a beginner for the most part. But most of these individuals eventually require an experienced Webmaster to design the site for them or they are left with the choices given to them by WP. This industry has made some significant gains in the last 3 years and still continues to remain popular because of the ease of use for most individuals and the fact that these kinds of websites are very search engine friendly.


Internet Browsers

Tue, 15 Mar 2011 15:57:00 PDT

The worst thing designing a website for someone is the frustration of trying to make every browser render the same. It has become a real challenge to accomplish this task due to the fact that the document object models (DOM)'s are different. Because of the fact that the W3C won't force these corporations to create a standard document object model, things have become very frustrating for a web developer.

I have spent more hours myself trying to make each browser display some of the simplest tags, as ironic as it may seem it's almost impossible to make these browser all display a webpage the same. For the most part, most of the browsers render things the same except for IE. IE seems to be the browser of choice for a lot of people, but has its flaws of course. For example if I designed a site with nothing but IE in mind I can make it look how ever I want it to look, but when displaying it in another browser it sure doesn't display the same.

The same of course go's for any other browser. If I design things to one browser but then check it for
compatibility in another browser it won't turn out the same. While being able to check webpages for browser compatibility issues, there always has to be some kind of variation from browser to browser, but most issues can be solved with a little extra effort.