Day: September 15, 2022

Internet Marketing

12 Ways to Improve Your Click-Through Rate in Google Ads

What’s the average click-through rate for a Google Ads ad? When people ask this question, it’s usually because they want to benchmark their own CTRs. But listen up: Way too many advertisers are content to reach an average click-through rate and leave it at that. If that’s you, you can just look at our search ad benchmarks chart below and

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Key-Range Partitions

Often it can be difficult to know what the suitable split points are
upfront.In these instances, we can implement auto-splitting.

Here, the coordinator will create only one partition with a
key range which includes all the key space.

Each partition can be configured with a fixed maximum size.
A background task then runs on each cluster node
to track the …

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Social Media

How to Make a Playlist on TikTok to 10x Views

Creators are discovering that TikTok playlists boost engagement on the app.

TikTok released the playlist feature in 2021 — and it’s turned out to be an incredible way to categorize and show off your best videos.

But, like all great things, it comes with a catch. TikTok playlists are only available to certain creators.

If you’re one of the lucky

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Depstech DS350 Dual Lens Endoscope review

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REVIEW – As  DIYer and a gadget nerd, I am constantly fixing things and taking them apart, and in many cases, I wish that I could see around corners to help me with what

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Micron Breaks Ground on Its $15 Billion EUV DRAM Fab in the

Micron this week broke ground on its leading-edge memory production facility near Boise, Idaho. The company will invest $15 billion in its new fab as a part of its ambitious plan to invest $40 billion in its U.S.-based manufacturing capacities by the end of this decade as well as spend $150 billion on new fabs by 2030 globally.

Micron’s upcoming

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