WordPress Traffic Automation Blueprint – Part 4 (Automation)

This is part 4 of a 5-part series on how to create an automated traffic generation system for your WordPress site. This tutorial shows you how to set up a number of plugins that will help drive traffic automatically to your WordPress site.

Web Site Traffic Blueprint Part 4 - A Complete Guide To Driving More Web Visitors AutomaticallyWelcome to Part Four of our Web Site Traffic Blueprint article series, where we explain how to automate traffic to your site using the WordPress CMS platform.

So far, we have covered the following in this article series:

In Part One, we explain why using an expertly configured WordPress website is the key to generating automated web traffic …

With an expertly configured WordPress blog, all you have to do to automatically drive more traffic is add content on a regular basis!

(With an expertly configured WordPress website or blog, all you have to do is add new content on a regular basis to start generating new web traffic!)

In Part Two, we discussed the setup phase of this system. We helped you understand the best way to start if you don’t have a web presence yet, how to set everything up if you already have a website, and what to do if your website was built using WordPress.

Where to set up WordPress on your domain

(In Part 2 we show you where to set up WordPress on your domain)

In Part 3, we look at the configuration phase.

Here, we configure all the settings that affect your website’s traffic-getting ability …

How to set up WordPress on your domain

(In Part 3 we show you how to configure all the settings (hosting, WordPress and external) that affect your website’s ability to generate traffic automatically)

In Part 4, we will look at ways to automate traffic to your website using a number of plugins.

Why Automate Your Traffic Generation Process?

Depending on which experts you talk to, you could end up trying to spend 1-2 hours every day (or more) promoting your business on social media.

Many small business owners simply lack the time, human resources and budget to engage in the kind of content marketing that many online marketing experts prescribe. If you were to spend hours checking Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn in addition to planning and writing content for your website or blog, how would anything in your business get done?

Small businesses spend most of their time keeping their businesses up and running.

(Small business owners spend most of their working hours just keeping their businesses up and running. Source: National Federation Of Independent Businesses)

Small business owners spend most of their working hours simply keeping their businesses up and running. On top of this, there’s sales and marketing. After all, businesses need to stay competitive and make sales in order to survive.

Marketing research conducted in 2012 by VerticalResponse – an email and social media marketing company, found that:

  • 43% of all businesses surveyed spent at least six hours per week on social media (the other half of businesses surveyed using social media spent even more time – between 6 and 21+ hours per week). This use of social media was a 66% increase from the previous year, so if the same survey was conducted today, the figures would most likely be significantly higher.
  • More than half of all businesses surveyed spent 1-3 hours or more to create a blog post.
  • Finding and posting content for social media was the activity that consumed the most time online for all businesses surveyed.

Businesses are spending more time each year marketing and promoting themselves online.

(Businesses are spending more time every year marketing and promoting themselves online. Infographic source: VerticalResponse.com)

As small businesses spend more time on online marketing as a matter of business survival and competition, this leaves even less time for under-resourced businesses to focus on other areas …

Businesses with limited marketing budgets, time, and resources and many business areas to focus on require careful planning of their marketing strategy.

(Businesses with limited resources, time, and budget and many different areas to focus on require careful planning of their marketing strategy.)

One other important thing to keep in mind is that, in addition to spending time social media sites, all of your efforts are going into virtual real estate that you have no control over. You don’t own Twitter, Facebook, or YouTube. These sites can make decisions that can dramatically impact your business without prior warning. Why invest so much effort and time building content on someone else’s real estate? With a self-hosted WordPress site, you can control your own real estate and post your content automatically to other online properties.

Investing in automation to save time and increase productivity is nothing new. Businesses of all sizes have been doing it ever since the dawn of the Industrial Age. In the Information Age, however, the exponential growth marketing channels creates a number of dilemmas for small business owners and marketing managers, especially for those with limited resources, time, and budget. For example:

  • Which of these marketing channels should you focus more of your time, budget, and efforts on?
  • Should you invest so much time and effort building assets on sites that you do not control (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.) while ignoring the benefits of building content on your own domain?
  • Do you create new content for every channel you plan to market and promote your business on?

The Benefits Of Automating Your Traffic-Getting Process With WordPress

What we’d like to show you now, is a free, simple, and effective formula that allows you to automate the traffic-getting process with WordPress.

With this strategy, you will be able to:

  • Save time creating web content and social media,
  • Save money on content creation and unnecessary web marketing channels,
  • Determine which channels you should invest more of your efforts, budget, and your time on,
  • Invest most of your time building your own asset instead of someone else’s and still benefit from other people’s marketing channels.

Note

Many automated web traffic solutions tend to focus on black hat methods, such as manipulating search engine results. This is not what the focus of this article series is about. In fact, we urge that you stay away from all black hat software, techniques, sites, and anything designed to manipulate or violate the terms of service and policies of companies like Google, LinkedIn, Facebook, etc..

Automating your web traffic doesn't need to involve the use of black hat techniques!

(Automating your web traffic does not require the use of black hat methods!)

The focus of this article series is not to game online services or flaunt their terms of service, but to show you how to be smart with your resources and automate your content distribution in order to leverage your time and marketing efforts, and get additional exposure online from websites used by your target audience.

An Automated Content Distribution, Traffic And Lead Generation, And Sales & Marketing System

We’ve just seen in the previous section how many small businesses lack the time, resources and budget to engage in the kind of content marketing that many experts advise. What you want to do, then, is be strategic with your limited budget, resources, and time.

So, instead of choosing this approach …

Posting content to individual channels is very time-consuming!

(Posting content to individual marketing channels is extremely time-consuming!)

Why not choose this one instead …

Set up an automated content distribution, lead and traffic generation, and sales and marketing system with WordPress

(Set up an automated content distribution, lead and traffic generation, and sales and marketing system with WordPress)

With an expertly configured WordPress site, you can build more than just a website for your business … you can set up an automated traffic and lead generation and sales & marketing system, where all you do is publish your content and WordPress then automates the rest.

With WordPress, you can publish content once, and automate your content distribution to all other services.

You can:

  • Automatically distribute content to social media channels and social bookmarking sites,
  • Automatically distribute comments and content to other blogs and online properties using RSS
  • Import content automatically (e.g. videos)

As your business evolves, you can add more functionality and automate processes like:

You can do all of this using inexpensive WordPress plugins. Once these plugins are installed and configured on your site, just direct your visitors to the appropriate sections (e.g. your store, subscription forms, membership area, etc.)

How do you do all of this?

Simple … first, set up your WordPress website or blog as described in Part 2. Then, configure everything as described in Part 3. Once all of this is in place, you then connect all of the dots using plugins.

The video below shows you how everything works once your WordPress site has been expertly configured …

WordPress Traffic Automation Blueprint – Traffic Plugins

Let’s take a brief look at a number of traffic-generation plugins that can be used to:

  • Post content to social sites and social bookmarking sites
  • Post comments automatically to other blogs
  • Syndicate content via RSS to other blogs

Jetpack

You can get your posts automatically distributed to sites like Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and more as soon as you publish new content using a WordPress plugin like JetPack.

Jetpack

Download URL: https://jetpack.com/

Jetpack is a free WordPress plugin with many useful features.

After installing Jetpack, you will need to connect the plugin to your WordPress.com account (as described in Part 3.) …

Make sure the Jetpack plugin is connected to your WordPress.com account

(Connect Jetpack to your WordPress.com account)

Next, activate the Publicize feature …

Jetpack - Publicize

(Activate the Publicize feature on Jetpack)

Configure this section to automatically share your posts on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, GooglePlus, LinkedIn, and more …

Share your posts on various social accounts.

(Share your posts on several social media accounts.)

After all of the settings have been configured, your content is ready for distribution.

The Publicize feature adds a new section to your Publish box …

Publicize account details show in the publishing box.

(Publicize account details displayed in the Publish area.)

Now, as soon as you publish new content, it will automatically get shared on all of the accounts you have set up …

As soon as posts are published, they will be automatically syndicated online.

(As soon as new posts are published, they are automatically distributed online.)

To learn more about using this plugin, visit this site: Jetpack WordPress Plugin

CommentLuv

CommentLuv

(CommentLuv)

WordPress has a native commenting feature that allows your visitors to engage with your site, post new comments, reply to other users and participate in discussions as part of a social community.

You can enhance the WordPress default commenting feature with a 3rd-party plugin that integrates with social media, helping to spread and share them online.

For example, with a plugin like CommentLuv (Pro version), you can improve user engagement on your website or blog. The plugin encourages readers to comment using SEO and social rewards like social enticements for sharing your content, ability to use keywords in the name, search-indexable backlinks, and the ability to add twitter usernames to comments. This plugin will visit the comment author’s website while they enter their comment and retrieve their latest blog posts, which they can include with their comment after clicking the submit button.

CommentLuv Pro version can encourage a greater level of commenting and improve user engagement on your site.

(CommentLuv can attract more comments and traffic and improve user engagement on your website.)

To learn more about this WordPress plugin, visit this website:

Social Link Machine

Social Link Machine - Set-and-forget content distribution plugin for WordPress

(Social Link Machine – WordPress content distribution plugin)

Social LinkMachine is a set-and-forget plugin for WordPress that lets you automatically syndicate and drip-feed content to over 30 authority platforms, build diverse anchor text backlinks, include relevant YouTube videos and images, and social signals on auto-pilot …

Social Link Machine - syndicate and drip-feed your content to over 30 traffic-generating sites

(SocialLinkMachine – drip-feed your content to many social sites)

With Social LinkMachine installed, you can automatically syndicate your content to dozens of traffic-generating platforms, like:

  • Social Bookmarking Platforms: e.g. Deviantart, Folkd, Kippt, Stumbleupon, etc.
  • Web 2.0 Blogging Platforms: e.g. Livejournal, Rebel Mouse, Tribe, etc.
  • Social Platforms: Google Plus, YouTube, etc.
  • Image Sharing Platforms: e.g. Pinterest, etc.
  • Document Sharing: e.g. Issuu, Scribd, etc.

To learn more about the benefits of this WordPress plugin, go here: Social LinkMachine

Also, if you would like to know more about setting up social media tracking (so you can get actionable information about your content distribution efforts), we have written a detailed article about social media measurement tools and technologies that will help you manage, measure, and analyze your social media marketing campaigns. For more details, go here:

Important Info

The above are just some examples of the many plugins that WordPress makes available for automating and syndicating the distribution of your content online.

Kickstart Your WordPress Traffic System

After your traffic automation system has been set up, we recommend kickstarting the process of driving traffic to your site with the steps shown in this tutorial:

WordPress Traffic Automation System: Content Sharing Process – Summary

Once you have your website or blog and plugins expertly configured and set up, all you have to do then to automatically begin driving web traffic is post web content regularly.

Practical Tip

We have created a complete email training series aimed at helping you come up with unlimited content for your website or blog:

Once you have expertly configured your WordPress site, the next step is to optimize the web-traffic generation process. This step is covered in the next article in our WordPress Traffic Automation Blueprint series.

This is the end of Section Four

To read the rest of this article series, click here:

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WordPress Traffic Automation Blueprint – Part 5 (Optimization)

This is part 5 of a 5-part series on how to create an automated traffic generation system for your WordPress site. This tutorial explains how to optimize your WordPress traffic system once your WordPress site has been expertly configured and setup.

Web Site Traffic Blueprint Part Five - A Complete Guide To Driving More Website Visitors To Your Business Automatically With WordPressWelcome to Part Five of our WordPress Website Traffic Blueprint article series, where we explain how to drive traffic automatically to your website using WordPress.

So far, we have covered the following in this series:

In Part One of this series, we provide an overview of the traffic automation process, and explain why using an expertly configured WordPress website or blog is the key to generating automated web traffic …

With an expertly configured WordPress site, all you have to do is add new content regularly to automatically drive more web traffic!

(With an expertly configured WordPress website, all you have to do to automatically begin bringing traffic is publish content on a regular basis!)

In Part Two, we discussed the setup phase of the blueprint. We helped you understand the best way to get started if you don’t have a web presence yet, how to set everything up if you already have a website, and what to do if your existing site was built with WordPress.

How to set up WordPress on your domain

(In Part 2 we show you how to set up WordPress on your domain)

In Part 3, we discussed the configuration phase. We configured all the settings (hosting, WordPress and external) that affect your site’s ability to generate traffic automatically …

How to set up WordPress on your domain

(In Part Three we explain how to configure hosting settings, WordPress settings, and external settings that affect your website’s ability to generate traffic automatically)

In Part Four, we showed you how to set up various WordPress plugins that can help get web traffic automatically to your website just by publishing content consistently.

Publish once to WordPress and automate the distribution of your content to all other services!

(Publish content one-time, automate the rest!)

In this section of the WordPress web traffic automation blueprint series, we discuss ways to optimize your traffic with a number of different tools and methods.

WordPress Traffic System – Traffic Optimization Systems

In addition to having an expertly configured WordPress website or blog, generating traffic successfully on a consistent basis is the product of a clear business vision, great digital planning, and good systems in place.

Generating automated traffic is the product of business vision, planning, and excellent systems

(Generating regular traffic is the result of a business vision, planning, and great systems)

Let’s review the systems that will help you grow and manage your new traffic.

These include:

  • Marketing Systems – The processes and strategies used to create traffic for your website.
  • Technical Systems – The systems and processes used to keep your online presence optimized for receiving traffic.
  • Business Systems – How you manage and respond to new traffic.

Systems help you grow, automate, and manage your web traffic

(Use systems to grow and manage your web traffic)

Let’s briefly review how important the above systems are for traffic:

Marketing Systems

Your marketing systems consist of the processes and methods used to create traffic for your website. Your marketing systems can be tested by asking questions such as:

  • What channels do you plan to use to generate new traffic (e.g. blogging, video marketing, etc)?
  • How will you allocate your marketing budget and resources to these channels?
  • How will you create and optimize your content and marketing campaigns?
  • How will you measure the ROI of your online campaigns?

During the setup and configuration phase, you should have installed an analytics program (e.g. Google Analytics). If you’re just starting out, you may want to consider investing in some paid advertising to help you generate some initial data, such as the keyword phrases people are searching online to find your website, which you can use to create content targeted specifically to your audience’s needs.

Technical Systems

Your technical systems ensure that your web presence remains up and running for receiving new traffic. There’s no point driving traffic to your site if your site is constantly down or your pages are taking too long to load.

Your technical systems need to handle technical areas like webhosting, site maintenance and support, installing and updating new software (e.g. plugins), customization, integration, troubleshooting, etc.

Your technical systems can be tested by asking questions such as:

  • Who will look after my server?
  • Who looks after my website and keeps my site maintained and up-to-date?
  • Who will fix errors, troubleshoot problems, provide technical support and advice, etc. if you experience difficulties?

Many potential issues can be minimized if your website planning and setup and configuration phases have been done correctly. As with all technology, however, new problems will arise. You will need the right technical systems in place to handle these.

Business Systems

Your business systems help you manage the influx of new traffic. This includes:

  • Communication systems
  • Managing human and financial resources
  • Handling leads and sales inquiries
  • Order fulfillment
  • Customer training/service
  • etc.

If you plan to outsource key aspects of your digital marketing and technical maintenance, then you will need to put good systems in place to manage all outsourcing.

WordPress Traffic Blueprint – Traffic Optimization

With clear business objectives and great systems in place, all you need to do is to implement your “traffic loop”.

Let’s go through an example of how to implement, optimize, and automate a traffic loop. Take a look at the illustration below …

Implement and optimize a traffic loop

(Implement, optimize, and automate a traffic loop)

Increase Reach And Visibility Online

The first step of the process is to increase visibility for your business and website.

Traffic Optimization Ideas
  • Your expertly configured WordPress site allows you to instantly share your content on traffic-getting sources like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. The easiest way to increase your reach and visibility online, therefore, is to simply publish more content through your expertly configured WordPress site.
  • As mentioned earlier, investing in some paid advertising can help you generate some initial actionable data such as the keyword phrases people are searching online to find your website, which you can use to create content targeted specifically to your audience’s needs.
  • Repurpose your content to leverage the power, appeal, and reach of different media formats.
  • Continue learning about ways to get more traffic using methods like Facebook advertising, YouTube, forum signatures, etc.
Tools & Methods

We’ve covered a number of excellent tools, plugins, and strategies in previous sections of this article series.

Also, look for plugins that allow you to easily add the following to your website or blog:

  • Share your posts online with others,
  • Run contests, offer discounts/downloads for shares/likes,
  • Accept user generated content, feeds, etc.
  • Publish and distribute content online in other media formats (e.g. videos, PDF guides, slides, etc.)

Build Authority & Credibility

Getting more content published is great, but to make this activity more effective, your content also needs to build authority and credibility with your audience.

Publishing better quality content not only helps to establish your credibility, it also improves your chances of getting more people to link to it and share it with others and hence more traffic.

Traffic Tips
  • Focus on content that adds value to users and that showcases your expertise. This includes content that educates and informs readers, training content, user reviews, adding testimonials, etc.
  • Consider publishing expert guides that you can sell or distribute online (e.g. sell on Amazon.
Tools And Strategies

We have created a complete email course designed to help you come up with limitless content ideas for posting to your web site:

Also, if you haven’t already, see other posts on this site to learn more about plugins that let you easily add the following to your WordPress site:

Grow Influence & Engagement

At some point, you may want to consider developing “traffic on tap.” You can do this by growing a list or starting a group.

With “Traffic On Tap,” most of your traffic comes from an audience of customers or subscribers – people who already like you and trust you. Your influence and credibility can be used to generate traffic with every post you publish or broadcast you send out.

Traffic Ideas
  • Encourage users to leave comments and start discussions on your site.
  • Add an email newsletter and encourage people to subscribe.
  • Add a free or paid membership site.
  • Create or join an online group on LinkedIn/Facebook.
Plugins, Tools, & Strategies

Many solutions and plugins are available that are easy to implement and can help grow your online influence and improve user engagement. For example:

  • Autoresponders (e.g. Aweber, GetResponse, etc.)
  • Contact Forms, Live Chat
  • Forums & Discussion Groups (e.g. bbPress, BuddyPress)
  • Polls and Surveys
  • Webinars (e.g. Webinar JEO)
  • Comment sharing
  • Add media, image galleries, etc.

Identify Needs/Problems & Provide Solutions

If you take advantage of incoming traffic to find out what problems your users are trying to solve, you can develop new solutions, all of which can provide you with new opportunities to generate additional traffic.

Useful Tips
  • Consider creating an e-learning course.
  • Publish special reports that you can sell or distribute online.
  • Consider adding e-commerce to your business.
Tools, Plugins, & Strategies

If you plan to provide services, products, and solutions online (as opposed to just providing information), then some of the more useful plugins you may want to add to your site include:

Analyze Data & Feedback

The final step of the process is the collection and analysis of data. By learning to interpret data gathered from existing traffic, you can discover new opportunities to generate additional traffic.

You should have already installed an analytics program like Google Analytics on your website. Make sure you understand the metrics and can interpret the data.

WordPress Traffic Automation System – Summary

Once you implement the above strategies, all you have to do is rinse and repeat, fine-tuning and refining your methods as you go to grow your traffic and improve your results.

In summary:

  • Start with an expertly configured WordPress site backed by solid marketing, technical and business systems,
  • Implement a content marketing strategy (consider adding some paid advertising to drive initial traffic and generate useful data) to increase your reach and visibility online,
  • Add plugins, list-building strategies, and other methods if required to help build authority, trust, and credibility, and also to increase engagement with users,
  • Promote any new solutions, products or services using your existing channels and strategies to generate additional streams of traffic,
  • Analyse your data and your results, automate your processes wherever possible, and begin the cycle again.

Hopefully, now you have a blueprint that will help you automate and optimize the process of driving visitors to your WordPress website and build a better business online.

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WordPress Traffic Automation Blueprint – Part 2 (Setup)

This is part 2 of a 5-part series on how to create an automated traffic generation system for your WordPress site. This tutorial explains the processes and methods used in this system.

Web Traffic Blueprint Part Two - How To Automatically Drive More Traffic For Your BusinessIn Part One of our Web Traffic Blueprint article series overview, we explained that the key to turning your site into an automated web traffic generation machine is to use an “expertly configured” WordPress website.

As we also explained, an expertly configured WordPress website or blog is not the same as a professionally-configured WordPress website. An ”expertly configured” WordPress site is a blog that is not only powered by the WordPress CMS, but has also been expertly set up and configured (either by yourself or professionally) to take advantage of the tremendous power, features and functionality of WordPress and the way it can be integrated with various sites, specifically in areas like search engine optimization, content syndication and analytics.

With an expertly configured WordPress web site, all you have to do is add great content regularly to automatically bring more web traffic!

(With an expertly configured WordPress blog, all you have to do is add content on a regular basis to start driving traffic!)

Once your WordPress site has been expertly configured and fully set up, all you need to do then to generate web traffic is publish great content regularly.

As outlined in Part 1 of this article series, the components of the automated website traffic system are as follows:

  • Setup
  • Configure
  • Automate
  • Optimize

In this article, we look at the “Setup” phase of this process. You will learn the best way to start if you don’t have a web presence yet, or if you already have an existing site that may or may not have been built using WordPress.

WordPress Traffic Blueprint – Setup

If You Have No Web Presence

If you haven’t got a website yet, then it’s really quite simple … build a web presence with WordPress!

WordPress is the most powerful, flexible, cost-effective and easy-to-use content management system available. We provide many articles, tutorials, and tips on this site about the benefits and advantages of using WordPress to grow your business online.

For example, to see just how popular WordPress has become, see this article: WordPress Statistics

After making the choice to build your site with WordPress, the next step is to decide which WordPress platform you will use to build your web presence on.

This step is important as there are 2 types of WordPress platforms available …

WordPress Hosted vs WordPress Self-Hosted

WordPress Self-Hosted vs WordPress Hosted

(WordPress.org Or WordPress.com?)

WordPress offers both a “self-hosted” and a “hosted” option.

WordPress.org lets you download the full-featured WordPress CMS application for free and host a WordPress site or blog under your own domain name. This is the “self-hosted” WordPress option.

With the “hosted option”, WordPress hosts your blog for free at WordPress.com. There are, however, some limitations on what you can and can’t do with your site when WordPress.com hosts it for free.

If you are planning to build a professional business presence online and you want to set up the traffic system described here, then you should choose the “self-hosted” WordPress platform. The benefits of choosing the “self-hosted” option (WordPress.org) far outweigh those of hosting a free blog at WordPress.com. You have complete control over your web presence and avoid the limitations of the hosted option. Keep in mind that the free hosting limitations can be overcome by upgrading to a paid option, but then why not start off by hosting a WordPress site on your own domain and avoid the hassles of upgrading later?

If You Have An Existing Site

If you already have an existing web site, first, check if your site has been built using WordPress.

If you need help with this step, check this article: Tell-Tale Signs It’s A WordPress Site And WP-Checking Tools

If your site was built with WordPress, move to the next step, and make sure that your site’s internal settings have been properly configured. We cover this step in more detail in another tutorial.

If your website was built using something other than WordPress software, you have some choices to make.

Take a look at the simple diagram below. It will help you choose how to set up a WordPress website on your domain …

Where to set up a WordPress site on your domain

(Use this simple flowchart to help you choose how to set up WordPress on your domain)

Basically, you have two choices:

  1. Replace your existing web site so that your main website is built using WordPress, or
  2. Keep your existing web site and add a WordPress blog. This blog will then be used to drive traffic to your main site.

Useful Tips

If you choose to keep your existing website and add a WordPress blog, make sure to use the self-hosted version of WordPress, which requires your own domain name and webhosting, but allows you to fully configure your site’s settings and customize the look and feel of your existing web site using an appropriate theme.

To use WordPress for your main site, install the software in the “root” directory of your domain name (i.e. http://www.mydomainname.com).

If you already have a website, then you will want to install WordPress in a subfolder of your domain, e.g. www.mydomainname.com/blog (you can name your subdirectory whatever you like).

If you already have a website that you don’t want to delete or replace with a WordPress site, you can choose to set up your WordPress site or blog on an entirely different domain.

This way:

  • mydomainname.com – goes to your existing website
  • myotherdomain.com – goes to your WordPress site

Once you have set up your WordPress site, the next step is to configure its internal settings. This step is covered in the next article in the series.

Web Site Traffic Blueprint Part Two - A Complete Guide To Driving More Website Visitors For Your Business Automatically

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Useful Info

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