Step By Step Guide To Finding High PR Domains Available to Register As New

So, PBN’s are dead then?

They all got wiped out in the latest update and there really is no other way to rank a site than to play by the rules?

Well not quite!

It’s true many SEO’s did take a hit. I lost about 20% of my sites, deindexed and gone forever. But the other 80% they stood tall.

A couple of my niche sites dropped in traffic and revenue as a result of this, but nothing major.

This latest attack by Google represents what a significant impact PBN’s are having on search results, not that we didn’t know that already by our own personal results.

I’ve read mixed responses since this happened from “I’m never building or using a PBN again” to “I’m going to be building bigger and faster

Personally I’m going to carry on as normal.

While the reasons behind why some networks got detected and subsequently sin binned and others stood tall are important and something I’ll be covering very soon, I felt it was a good time to follow on from my exclusive guide to buying high PR domains, and outline the steps I take in buying deleted domains, which cost only the price of registration.

To put it simply, this is a great time to be buying.

SEO’s are panicking, they don’t know what the fuck to do. Many have been wiped out completely and are scratching their heads as to why.

You think they’re going to be spending their money on a fresh batch of domains just to be wiped out again?

Me thinks not.

This post outlines that it really is possible to get a half decent batch of domains for a few hundred bucks.

I’ve said in the past that you really should be spending more, but with the way things are I’m not so sure.

I’ve been able to rank easy – moderate keywords with PBN’s built from deleted domains and easy to moderate keywords = decent revenue if you do your homework.

Please stop reading this if you are looking for a guide to purchasing highly authoritive domains with huge metrics, this isn’t that guide this post is for you.

Ok, for those that are still with me, intro over and we shall begin.


Step 1

Set up a free account at Expired Domains.

expired domains listings

The site publishes hundreds of thousands of domains with the deleted status each day. For those of you unsure of the difference between an expired and deleted domain, it simply means the redemption and auction period is over and the domain can be picked up by registering it as a new.

This is great for two reasons:

  • Cost
  • Not having to purchase via auction (a possible reason as to why some PBN’s got hit and others didn't).

Step 2

As a matter of choice, I only view domains with .com, .net or .org extensions. At the time of writing this, there are currently 1,880,940 deleted .com domains listed, meaning there is no need to consider other extensions which hold slightly less weight. domains



Step 3

deleted domain filters

In the screenshot above, I’ve highlighted the filter options that I commonly use. Again this is only my choice & I play around with these, to filter out the junk and display only the strongest options.

My choices are pretty self-explanatory:

  • Listed in Dmoz can generally be viewed as a quality indicator.
  • An Alexa Rank reflects traffic.
  • New in the last 24 hours will filter out a high percentage of the junk. Unfortunately we aren’t the only ones that are using this site, and anything half decent won’t be sitting around for days.
  • No fake PR’s and no PageRank -1 is obvious but debatable.
  • The number of backlinks is again debatable. I mean if you found a domain with only 3 links but they came from a proper .edu site, Forbes & the BBC, you're laughing all the way to the domain registrar.

Step 4

In the additional filters, set the minimum Moz domain & page authority to 10

finding high pr domains



Step 5

filtered results

After setting my filters I’ve managed to generate over 300 possibilities.

Most will be crap, but you will always find a couple that are half decent or better, which is what we need to find out.


Step 6

The first thing to check is whether the domain is still indexed:

High Pr Domains Indexed

indexed domain


If it’s not, forget it.

Even though it’s possible you could get it reindexed, it will often indicate there was a problem or that the links were particularly weak and it’s just not worth the time.


Step 7

Put the domain through a backlink checker tool like Majestic SEO and analyse the backlinks.

  • Are there any?
  • How many?
  • From how many referring domains?
  • Where are they coming from?

As I’m sure you are all aware the strongest links are from niche related authoritative sites, in the main body of the content. If it has some of these, you are looking at a pretty decent domain.

If you see a lot of links coming from bad neighbourhoods ie porn, pharma etc it could cost you in the long run. You should also look out for ridiculous metrics, like 25,000 links from one referring domain. This clearly indicates a site wide link, and if the link is from a bad site, you are looking at a bad domain.

It’s important you check the metrics for both the www and non www versions. You will often find they are different, with one showing more impressive stats than the other. It’s obvious but set up on the more impressive of the two.

backlinks image

backlink checker tool results


Step 8

Check the page authority in Open Site Explorer. Again put both the www and non www version of the domain through the tool to analyse.

checking moz page authority

open site explorer


Step 9

Check out the site over at Way Back Machine and take a look at the quality of content, outbound links etc.

way back machine example

This will also give you an idea of how you can set up the site to fit in with both the needs of your PBN whilst taking into consideration the previous use of the domain.


Step 10

Head over to one of your favourite registrars and register the domain as new. Mix things up and use different registrars for your PBN domains.


From the 300 domains I filtered I managed to find and register a domain with the following metrics:

expired domain page authority

expired domain with backlinks


Not bad for a couple hours work (bearing in mind I was writing this post at the same time).

Would like to hear your thoughts on this.

Have you had any success ranking with deleted domains?

Or do you prefer working with high PR domains that are yet to run their redemption period?

Comment below, for a free lollipop.

How To Steal Your Competitors Best Keywords


In this video I’m demonstrating how you can find and steal your competitors most profitable keywords.

Keyword research can be a long and boring task, even with a great keyword tool like Long Tail Pro, which I review here.

So what if you could eliminate the need to do your own research at all, and simply utilise all the hard work your competitors have put in.

Not only do you receive a list of the keywords driving traffic to their site, but you receive information on exactly how much traffic each keyword is delivering via a percentage figure of the overall organic visitors.

As I mentioned in the video, the tool has a free option which will only display 5 keywords per site, where as the paid option will generate unlimited amounts often in the tens of thousands.


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Keyword Generator Makes You A Million? – Long Tail Pro

long tail pro banner

It’s been a while since I wrote the review on Market Samurai. If you have read it you will know I wasn’t very complementary, because quite frankly its unreliability pisses me off.

When spending money on a long tail keyword generator, I expect the product to work pretty much all of the time I need to use it. I understand these tools get the data from Google’s keyword planner, but that shouldn’t be an excuse for having to wait around for days, while the data loads at snails pace and the tool crashes half way through.

While I don’t want to turn this into a Market Samurai Vs Long Tail Pro dual, I just wanted you to know that this review is honest. If a product or piece of software is crap I will say so, as I will if it’s good.

There’s 4 things I love about Long Tail Pro:

  • It’s reliable
  • The layout
  •  It generates a ton of long tail ideas on any subject you can think of.
  • It produces decent analysis of any keyword phrase. By that I mean it generates stats on the top 10 current sites ranking for that phrase, which include the title and meta description, inbound links, page authority, moz rank and site age.

The Importance of Long Tail

I’m not really a fan of Moz, it’s a bit like reading Matt Cutt’s blog. I do however like the paragraph here, where they explain the importance of selecting the right keywords to target for your site and business. It’s all very well generating a ton of traffic via organic search, but if that traffic is coming in via the wrong keywords, there’s a possibility it won’t convert. I’d much rather have 1500 of the right traffic visiting my site each month, than 150,000 of the wrong.

Moz take an online shoe store as an example and ask the question, wouldn’t it be great to rank for the keyword “shoes”?

Well actually it would, if someone very kindly handed you the private blog network to rank for that keyword free of charge. But if you actually had to spend your own hard earned cash to rank for that phrase, it wouldn’t be particularly good at all.

You have to consider the ROI (return of investment) and it would generally be low for the following reasons:

The term “shoes” is broad.

  • What type of shoes?
  • Mens?
  • Womens?
  • Summer?
  • Winter?
  • Designer?
  • Bargain Basement?
  • Gym?

You simply have no idea and unless you own a huge online shoe outlet, it’s very unlikely you will cater for all.

It’s also not 100% clear whether the traffic is actually looking to buy. They might be looking for pictures of shoes, places to sell old shoes, the history of the shoe for a college assignment?!

The truth is these popular search terms actually make up only 30% of all searches on the web, and while it’s always nice to rank for a word that recieves 80,000 searches per month, more often than not it’s a bad investment.

The remaining 70% of search lies in the long tail world and with long tail pro you have a quick and hassle free way to find those gems.

If we take one of my sites as an example:

long tail pro review

Firstly note the (not provided) statistics at the top. You can get further keyword data by linking your webmaster tools account to analytics or do the sensible thing and use Clicky (I’m not sensible).

The site is currently receiving about 700 uniques per day, as you have probably guessed it’s in the plastic surgery niche!

Where is the majority of the traffic coming from?

Organically via long tail keywords!

long tail pro


Look to the bottom right of the image, there are 303 long tail keyword phrases, which are bringing traffic to the site. This of course doesn’t include the 100’s of “not provided” which would probably double that figure again.

PS You get a FREE 10 day trial (not 7 as I wrongly pointed out in the video!) of the software, which I like.

long tail pro banner

A software creator who is that confident that his software rocks is more than happy to give out a free trial, so you can find out just how much it rocks and part with you hard earned cash when you realise you simply can’t be without it!

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Top 9 Shameful SEO Techniques

So in this post I wanted to point out some of the most common SEO mistakes you might be making. SEO can be time consuming, expensive & frustrating, especially if you don’t achieve the results you expected.

It can be even more frustrating, not knowing where you are going wrong and therefore not being able to correct your campaign accordingly.

Intro over, let me begin…

1) Unreasonable Expectations

seo expectations

SEO takes time and money, fact. If you intend to rank for a competitive keyword it will take even more time and money, fact again. While rankings for certain keywords can be gained in just 24 hours as highlighted in a few case studies I’ve seen, these keywords have little/no value.

Analysing the competition and having a realistic plan about what you hope to achieve with the budget you have available, is vital to your campaign.

If you are building your first site, stay away from the most competitive niche’s or niche down. By “niche down” I mean break the niche into a smaller audience, for example instead of targeting weight loss, target weight loss for new mothers.

2) 404 Errors

To many 404 errors can be harmful to your SEO campaign. A 404 occurs when a bot tries to visit a page that doesn’t exist.  While Google itself has said that in general 404 errors don’t impact your sites rankings, it does impact user experience. Now, user experience is said to affect rankings, so there may be a slight contradiction there somewhere.

To fix this problem easily head over to Webmaster tools

Click on “Crawl,” and select “Crawl Errors.”

404 errors

The missing, or changed, URLs will be under the “Not Found” section.

Click the “Not Found” box, there will be a graph that shows how many total errors there have been and a nice little chart with every current 404 error page.

You can then download this as a .csv or click each specific URL to see even more info, such as which URLs are linking to this page and when Google detected the error.

From that page you will have the option to choose “Mark as fixed” or “Fetch as google”. If you choose mark as fixed it will imply the link is no longer broken and serve a request to re-crawl.

“Fetch as google” provides the option to view the page, as the bot see’s it.

3) Targeting The Wrong Keywords

This is more than just looking at a random keyword tool and choosing some related keywords. Keyword research is usually the number one contribution to a successful search engine optimization (SEO) campaign. A SEO campaign is a long-term strategy.

Choosing the wrong keywords, or keywords that have almost nothing to do with the webpage, (And yes, that has happened) can ultimately result in a good 6-12 months and thousands of dollars optimizing, may just have been a big old waste of time and money

targeting the wrong keywords

Think outside the box when doing your keyword research, use a tool like SEMrush to analyse competitors in the niche and see which keywords they are ranking for.

4) Not Enough Anchor Text Variation:

This comes up a lot, but I can’t emphasise how important it is. Your main keyword should only be used about 25% of the time when building links to a certain page. If you lose track, use a tool like MAJESTIC SEO for a breakdown.

I think Google is going to continue hammering sites that over optimise for a certain word or phrase because it is easy to detect and looks unatural.

If you buy links from Sponsored Reviews leave the anchor text option blank.

If you buy links from another platform ask the seller or site owner to decide on the text.

You should include variations of the URL and some generic terms if you specify the text to be used.

5) Not Enough Links From Different Platforms:

backlinks from different platforms

You should aim to build a wide variety of links from different platforms in your link building campaigns.

Building the same type of links will look unnatural to the algorithm and may result in a penalty.

As well as your strong links from niche relevant sites you could build them from audio, infographic and press release sites.

You could also submit to web cam directories, by setting up a simple web cam outside your home or place of work and submit to Earthcam for a link.

You have a logo for your site right? Well why not submit it to TheLogoMix, again providing you a link back to your site.

There are millions of sites and platforms to build links from, make sure you utilise what is available.

6) No Interlinking

If you only think that links from external sources affect rankings, then you are mistaken. Internal links are huge, because you can control everything about them from the anchor text you use to the location they are placed on the page.

Developing a silo structure on your site, not only improves relevancy but enables you to pass around link juice from within the category by interlinking.

Take a look at Wikipedia, what do you see?

A ton of internal links on each page.

While I wouldn’t recommend you use a CMS plugin that automatically hyperlinks a certain word every time it appears on your site, I would recommend that you utilise internal links as much as you possibly can.

7) Not Using Analytics To See What Converts

It’s a shame when people don’t utilize all their available resources. There are a number of resources especially in Google Webmaster Tools. One of the more eccentric Google Analytics reports may be the buyer persona report. They create 4 advanced segments and determine what their buying rates are.

This report is made by taking the “site average pages per visit” and “site average time on site.”

They then create 4 separate segments:

Methodical Marys: These visit the website longer than the average visitor and see more pages than the average visitor. They are in no rush in making a decision.

One-hit Jauns: This profile visits few pages, but tends to stay on the site for a rather long time. Most of the time, video sites are prone to these visitors.

Lost Lucys: This group usually hit a lot of pages in a little time. They look for something they can’t necessarily find.

Bouncy Bobs: These visitors, visit less pages than the most and spend less time than most. Usually the least qualified traffic on the site.

Once you have the segments, you can examine their purchase ratespage flows & devices used.

As I mentioned, SEO success shouldn’t be measured on rankings or traffic it should be measured on earnings and ROI.

8) Focusing On Link Quantity Over Quality:

quality backlinks over quantity

“Quality over Quantity” you’ve heard this all before, right? Well, the same rule applies. One link on a relevant, authority site is a lot more powerful than 10 or 20 links on a lesser, irrelevant website.

Long gone are the days of blasting sites with 10,000 spammy links, at least for tier 1 anyway!

9) Not Buying Enough Links Or Expired Domains

I only say this because this is what my SEO campaigns are based upon!

I should say not building enough authority, niche relevant links, because there are other ways to obtaining them than having to stick your hand directly in your pocket.

I buy links and build private blog networks, because it works, end of discussion.

Are you making any of these SEO mistakes? Be interested to hear your stories and would like for you to add additional mistakes in the comment section below.

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How To Reduce Your Sites Bounce Rate By 33.5%

In the vast majority of cases, if you own a website, you want visitors to explore it fully. The potential benefits of visitors staying on the site and browsing it extensively include an increased likelihood of generating sales, higher advertising revenue, a greater chance of visitors contributing to the website, and more.

As a result, it is important to reduce your site’s bounce rate and keep it low. This article explains what a bounce rate is, outlines why bounce rate is an important indicator of a website’s performance and covers some of the techniques which you can utilise in order to reduce bounce rate.

average bounce rates

What is Bounce Rate?

When it comes to the subject of website quality metrics, you may have heard of the term ‘bounce rate’ before, although its actual meaning is often confused with similar terms. Therefore, it is important to clearly define exactly what it refers to.

According to Google Analytics, bounce rate can be defined as the percentage of single page sessions on your site. In other words, it refers to the percentage of people who visit a page of your website, do not explore any other pages on the site and then leave. A high bounce rate means that a large percentage of visitors behave in this way.

Bounce rate is often confused with exit rate, although the two are actually significantly different. Exit rate measures the amount of people who leave from a certain page of your website, but their session could include visits to multiple other pages on the site. Bounce rate exclusively measures people who only visited one page.

Why Does it Matter?

Now that you understand what bounce rate means, we must also establish why it matters if your website has a high bounce rate. Again, there are a number of popular misconceptions about this area and these will also be addressed.

Put simply, a high bounce rate matters because it means that your website is not being used to its full potential by a significant number of its visitors. This, in turn, means you could be missing out on potential sales or other sources of revenue, or that your content is not reaching as wide an audience as it could.

It is a misconception that a website’s bounce rate is a reflection of the quality of content. Whilst that could be the case, there are actually some positive reasons for why you may have a high bounce rate. As an example, if someone is looking for an answer to a simple question and they find that answer easily on a single page of your website, it is reasonable to assume they may then leave the website, having achieved what they set out to.

Nevertheless, the above example still means visitors are not using your website fully. More importantly, a high bounce rate could be indicative of various negative aspects of your website or your marketing strategy. These reasons may include:

  • Your website attracting the wrong kind of visitors.
  • Long loading times, pop up adverts or poor-quality design causing people to leave.
  • People finding the navigation of your website confusing.
  • Visitors finding the content of your website insufficient for their requirements.

How to Lower Bounce Rate

low bounce rate

Armed with an understanding of what bounce rate is and why it matters, we must now look at how to reduce bounce rate. Unfortunately, there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution to the problem, but there are a number of remedies to try out, depending upon the exact reason for your high bounce rate Google analytics score.

1. Think carefully about design.

Design is a hugely important aspect of a website browsing experience and a poor design can make visitors leave. Does your website appear professional? Is it easy to navigate? Does it load quickly? Can users make use of an internal search function? Pop up adverts may generate revenue, but they can be extremely off-putting, so consider removing them if you have them. Put yourself in the shoes of someone coming across your website for the first time.

2. Keep content short.

Studies have shown that we have shorter attention spans than ever before. Keep this in mind when you are creating content for your website. The average person loses focus after just five minutes, so try to keep content as short as you can. If it needs to be long, make sure it is seperated into sub-sections or spread across multiple pages in order to give users a break. Long content will turn visitors away, but spreading it out can keep people on the site.

3. Be considerate of mobile users.

mobile bounce rate traffic

An ever-increasing amount of people own and make use of mobile phones and tablet devices with internet access. As a result, it is vital that your website is mobile-friendly. Consideration of mobile users should influence design, length and type of content and the overall functionality of your site. If a mobile user lands on a webpage which is difficult or impossible to use, they will not explore other pages on the site.

4. Attract the right visitors.

All too often, an emphasis is placed on attracting as many visitors as possible. In actual fact, the focus should be placed on attracting as many of <i>the right</i> visitors as possible. You want your site to be visited by people who have a use for it and marketing should be designed with that purpose. Make landing pages clear and write useful, attractive meta-descriptions for people using search engines, so that they know what to expect.

5. Make sure external links open in a new window.

It may be one of the most basic rules of web design and yet it is also one of the most frequently overlooked. If your website makes use of hyper-links to external websites and resources, make sure these links are set to open in a new browser window. Otherwise, as soon as a person clicks on one of these links, they have left your website and may never come back.


Bounce rate is a performance measurement, used to assess how many visitors to a website leave after looking at just one of the site’s pages. A high bounce rate has various repercussions, including limiting the audience of your website’s content and impacting upon revenue. Just as importantly, it can indicate several key problems with the website and suggests that a large number of people are not engaging with it as much as you would hope.

If you find that your website has a high bounce rate, give some consideration to what could be causing it. Make sure the design is up to scratch and content is easy to navigate. Remove anything that could be off-putting to users, such as pop up adverts and ensure your website can be used easily on a mobile phone or tablet. Most importantly, focus on attracting visitors who have a genuine use for your website, rather than focusing on sheer quantity of visitors.

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Top 10 Free SEO Tools & Internet Marketing Software

Everyone likes something for free right? I know I do! Below is a list of 10 of the best free SEO Tools and internet marketing software money can’t buy. Yep that’s right, time to put your wallets and purses away for a change and take a look at the tools that can help build your online business free of charge.


SERPFOX  - Keyword Tracker                                                                                                                                                                                                   

serpfox free serps checker


Serpfox is a brilliant keyword tracking tool that I use every day. It saves me a load of time and allows me to provide pretty accurate and quick SERPs analysis for both myself and clients. The free version allows you to track up to 10 keywords and if you are really struggling for cash and need to track more, maybe set up separate accounts?!

For those of you that are new to SEO and are trying out new things it's always a great idea to use a keyword tracker. It will help to keep you motivated and also to find out what works and what doesn't. I think many new SEO'ers get disheartened when they are unable to find their site on the first few pages of google with a manual search, a keyword tracker goes way beyond that and will let you know when your site moves from 138 to 74.

This is progress that shouldn't be looked down upon and hopefully give you the motivation to carry on with what you are doing.


HootSuite - Social Media Management

hootsuite social media management


This really is a great tool for managing your social media accounts. It allows you to send and schedule tweets, post updates on facebook, broadcast news on Linkedin and publish targeting messaging on google+. If you want to build any type of brand, social media is likely to play a major part in that development.

With so many things to do, managing several social media accounts manually can have a negative effect on your work output and leave you bogged down. Hootsuite is a free solution to this problem that can save you time in building your social media following.


Google Alerts - Keeping Up To Date/Monitoring Your Brand

google alerts


If you aren't using an alert tool I would highly recommend you start doing so. I've used google alerts as my recommendation, which I'm unlikely to receive a thanks for from the mighty G!!, but to be honest there are other options available that offer limited free services, which we will get to.

Setting up these alert tools allows you to follow industry news, which not only keeps you up to date with developments in your niche, but also provides you with great ideas for future blog posts. Alert tools are also a fantastic way to monitor your brand, by being alerted and directed to conversations that mention you and your site.

When someone mentions you, it's always a good idea to get involved in that conversation whether it be on a forum or in the comments section of a blog. It's never a bad idea to have more than 1 tool doing a similar job, if they are providing you with added information. I'd therefore also recommend you check out Mention and Talkwater.


SEO Site Check Up - Site Maintenance

seo site checkup


As our sites grow its likely we will develop more and more red flags as we post more content, change themes, add more plugins and generally tinker around. It's always a good idea to perform regular checks and get free recommendations on how you can improve various aspects of your site. SEO site check up is a great free piece of software that will do exactly that.


Spinner Chief - Article Spinning

spinner chief


You may have read that spinning articles is a waste of time and that  it has no place in internet marketing/backlink building, blah blah blah! If done correctly article spinning is a great way to produce a ton of content for your SEO campaigns both quickly and cost effectively.

If you have a little money to invest I would highly recommend spending some of that cash on the best spinner, but as this post is all about free products, you can easily make do with spinner chief for all your article spinning needs.


WP Robot - Tiered Link Building

wp robot


WP Robot is an autoblogging solution that can be used in your tiered link building campaigns. It allows you to build your feeder sites on autopilot, posting fresh content including Youtube videos and images based around the keywords you set.

Producing endless amounts of content can be a painstaking task and if you decide to outsource it can be very costly, especially if you are just starting out and new to SEO.


SEO by Yoast - On Page Optimization

on page seo by yoast


I use this plugin on all my niche sites, where optimizing for specific keywords is of high importance. It's very simple to use and will provide you with great analysis of keyword density, provide you with a snippet preview and help you optimize your meta descriptions and image titles.

Spending a little time on your on page SEO, can save you a whole lot of time and money on your link building campaigns.


WayBack Machine - Website Analysis

wayback machine website analysis


It's often very handy to be able to see the history of your competitor’s sites. I use Wayback machine all the time to get an idea of how sites have developed and what changes they have made.

This free internet marketing analysis tool is also great for research when you are in the process of buying a website.


Linkstant - SEO/Link Building

linkstat free seo tool


Linkstant will provide you with an alert when a website links to you. I read forum posts all the time from anxious newbies concerned about the lack of links they have built not showing up in backlink checker tools like majestic or ahrefs.

Not only will utilizing this free SEO tool keep you motivated, but it will also enable you to contact site owners that link to you naturally and alert you when your content is running hot on social media sites.


Social Crawlytics - Social Analysis

social crawlytics free internet marketing software


Ever wondered which pages of your competitors sites get socially shared the most? Would take a long time to go through hundreds and possibly thousands of pages manually keeping a record wouldn't it?!

With Social Crawlytics you can get a custom report of exactly that. Internet marketing and producing content for your sites or blog is almost never about reinventing the wheel, it's about taking existing ideas and making them better or putting your own unique spin on things.  Having an idea of what gets shared the most in your niche, can provide you with endless content ideas, your audience will love!

There are literally hundreds of free SEO tools & internet marketing software that can be utilized for a number of different tasks. Selecting the right tools that suit you and your projects will allow you to become more productive in a lot of cases and help turn your sites into $$$$$$!

Have I missed any? Sure I have, will leave the comment section open for you guys to add to this list.

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