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Give your agent a percentage of the ROI of the conversion.

Say, 10%. For instance, if the conversion cost $0.25 and generated $100.00 in revenue, give the agent $9.975 for the conversion.

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Give your agent a percentage of the ROI of the conversion.

Say, 10%. For instance, if the conversion cost $0.25 and generated $100.00 in revenue, give the agent $9.975 for the conversion.

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Yes and no.

Yes, organizing information intelligently for people to quickly figure out the meaning or utility of a page, and any section or element therein, is rewarded by Search Engines.

No, just bolding the text you want to rank for isn't necessarily going to help or hurt your SEO. 

Even if it were valuable, it is far less valuable than other things you should be working on that are known absolutely to help SEO -- like defining semantic relationships with HTML5 markup, say; or even better, creating "link-magnets" like useful, free web tools.

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Yes and no.

Yes, organizing information intelligently for people to quickly figure out the meaning or utility of a page, and any section or element therein, is rewarded by Search Engines.

No, just bolding the text you want to rank for isn't necessarily going to help or hurt your SEO. 

Even if it were valuable, it is far less valuable than other things you should be working on that are known absolutely to help SEO -- like defining semantic relationships with HTML5 markup, say; or even better, creating "link-magnets" like useful, free web tools.

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By "fake sounding music", I'm assuming you mean "music that's looped a lot and with effects." I'm not sure if you mean any digital recording of music is "fake sounding music" (vs. live acoustic music).

GarageBand is a tool for recording as much as it is a tool for effects. You don't need to add effects, or mix down your recordings at all. Your end result can be as raw as you want it.

Yes, GarageBand is worth learning. There are many other DAW's worth learning, too, but GarageBand is a great place to start.

For what it's worth, "real musicians" also use GarageBand, so it's not just a place to start, but could be a great place to stay, if you want to:

  • Trent Reznor (NIN)
  • Radiohead
  • Rihanna

From Trent Reznor:

“For quite some time I’ve been interested in the idea of allowing you the ability to tinker around with my tracks – to create remixes, experiment, embellish or destroy what’s there. . . . What I’m giving you in this file is the actual multi-track audio session for ‘the hand that feeds’ in GarageBand format. . . .  Listen. Change the tempo.  Add new loops.  Chop up the vocals.  Turn me into a woman.  Replay the guitar.  Anything you’d like.”

In fact, Trent encourages you remix NIN work with GarageBand. NINRemixes.com - 0

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