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Optimize your website for search with RankTools: Lifetime subscriptions now $30

Social media gets a lot of attention, but search is still the most important source of traffic for most websites.  RankTools  helps you earn more clicks, with 20+ powerful SEO analysis tools. You can  pick up a lifetime subscription today for just $29.99 . A study by Backlinko found that the first search result on Google gets ten times more traffic than the tenth result. Whether you are just starting up or looking to improve your position, RankTools can help you move upwards. The platform produces a comprehensive SEO report for any website, complete with pointers on how you can improve. The analysis takes account of Alexa data, backlinks, website ping, social media data, Google page rank, IP analysis, and much more. RankTools also has powerful features for SEO research, such as a Google Adword scraper and malware check. You can also view any data set within your report, and even compare yourself with competitors. This deal gets you onto the Basic plan, which includes a monthly

How to get started streaming with your PS4

Streaming is now a massive part of the gaming experience, and everyone wants to try and be the next Ninja. To make a living at it though, you will need to spend some money to get equipment to help you succeed. We've put together a list of some of the best streaming equipment for the PS4 and PS5 that will help you reach the audience you want while retaining some great streaming quality . Don't worry about compatibility because a lot of these items will also be a great tool to use if you're looking to get started streaming when the PS5 launches next month. Crystal sound Blue Yeti Microphone Staff Pick The Blue Yeti is the gold standard for USB microphones. Streaming with one of these produces sharp tones and an all-round great sound. It has a gain dial built-in, a mute button on the front, and a jack to put your favorite headphones in to monitor your output. It's a must-have for streaming or recording. $130 at Amazon Best 4K streaming Avermedia Live Gamer 4K

These are the best Samsung solid-state drives you can buy

Choosing the right solid-state drive (SSD) for your PC is vital, especially if it's to be the drive that contains the operating system. SATA SSDs took storage to the next level compared to mechanical drives, but NVMe PCIe SSDs like the Samsung 970 EVO Plus catapult flash storage to a new dimension with fantastic read and write speeds at a reasonable price. It's the best SSD in terms of performance and value for your PC. These are the best Samsungs SSDs. Best Value SSD Samsung 970 EVO Plus Staff pick Most modern motherboards have an M.2 slot, which is required for this SSD, but if you manage to install this module, you'll be enjoying read and write speeds of 3500 MB/s and 3300 MB/s, respectively. It's insanely fast, and the included five-year warranty only adds to the list of factors that make you disbelieve the price. Like most SSDs available, the higher the capacity, the more you'll be paying out, but it's worth it. From $70 at Amazon (250GB) Best S

Will the Oculus Quest 2 have a physical IPD slider?

Best answer: Yes, the Oculus Quest 2 features manual IPD adjustment via sliding lenses, but it relies on three presets — a change from the original Oculus Quest. A better fit: Oculus Quest 2 (From $299 at Amazon) A trifecta bet with the Oculus Quest 2 The Oculus Quest 2 , thankfully, still features physical IPD (inter-pupillary distance) adjustment for its lenses. Unlike the original Oculus Quest, however, the Oculus Quest 2 relies on three presets to get the job done. Users can easily slide the lenses themselves between presets simply labeled 1 , 2 , and 3 before placing the Oculus Quest 2 on their heads. By default, the Oculus Quest 2 sits at the 2 preset, which should cover the average person's IPD between 62-65mm. Sliding the lenses inward toward each other will move them to preset 1 , which should cover folks with an IPD between 58-61mm. Subsequently, sliding the lenses away from each other to the furthest point, labeled 3 , should cover users with IPD between 6

Here's where to find Clorox wipes in stock online right now

2020 has been quite the year so far. Store shelves have become routinely empty of certain essential items that one might need while they're staying at home for weeks at a time. If you've been trying to get your hands on disinfecting wipes without searching every local store within a 20-mile radius, you've come to the right place. Where to find Clorox wipes in stock The Best Instacart : shop disinfecting wipes Amazon : shop disinfecting wipes Staples : shop disinfecting wipes Target : shop disinfecting wipes The Rest Walmart : shop disinfecting wipes CVS : shop disinfecting wipes Office Depot : shop disinfecting wipes Home Depot : shop disinfecting wipes Walgreens : shop disinfecting wipes The key to finding wipes in stock is to keep looking. Stock levels are always changing, and while they may be unavailable at some places right now, that doesn't mean they won't be back before the day is out. How to find disinfecting wipes in stock Amazon is

LG phones would be so great, if LG finally made software that doesn't suck

LG makes some of the best phones money can buy — as long as you leave the screen off. LG makes a lot of different products and almost all of them are best-in-class. Whether it's a washing machine or a television , you owe it to yourself to check out what LG has to offer. The same thing could be said about the company's phone business, if only it could fix its horrible software. Normally, this is not a problem I would waste any internet bandwidth on. Lots of companies make phones that very few people buy for one reason or another, but with LG, things are different. LG makes really excellent phones that look good and are built extremely well. And every one of them is spoiled by the software running on them. LG has never been afraid to make quirky phones that were beautiful and well-built. I'm not going to be shy — LG is my favorite phone manufacturer when it comes to quality. The company also isn't afraid to keep doing something different, like tiny ticker-style

Got a Pixel 5? Here are 10 tips you should know

Get the most out of your new Pixel. With the Pixel 5 , Google's tried something a bit different than it has in years past. Rather than attempting to create the most powerful and technically impressive phone on the market, the company instead focused on delivering a high-end smartphone at a competitive price. The end result is a smartphone that's considerably cheaper than options from Samsung and Apple, and especially during this year, that's something we're happy to see. Something that hasn't changed with the Pixel 5, however, is its focus on delivering unique and helpful features not found on any other phone. No one makes smartphones the way Google does, and similar to past releases, the Pixel 5 has a few tricks up its sleeve that really add to the overall user experience. If you've purchased the Pixel 5, here are a few tips and tricks to help you get the absolute most out of it. Master the on-screen Google Assistant gesture Ever since the Pixel 2, Go