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About DaweFierzy

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  1. Thought it about time we had a combat sport thread, I’ve always been a big boxing and MMA fan amongst other combat related sports and just watched these two legends settle a score
  2. A/B testing, also known as split testing, is a technique used to test two different versions of a webpage, email, or ad to determine which one performs better. This type of testing can be a powerful tool for improving digital marketing efforts, as it allows you to optimize campaigns and improve conversion rates. In this article, we will discuss how you can use A/B testing to improve your digital marketing efforts. Determine Your Goal The first step in A/B testing is to determine your goal. This could be anything from increasing the click-through rate on an email to improving the conversion rate on a landing page. Once you have a clear goal in mind, you can start thinking about the different elements that could be changed in your test. Choose Your Variables The next step is to choose the variables that you want to test. This could include everything from the color of a button to the headline of an email. Keep in mind that you should only test one variable at a time to ensure that you can accurately measure the impact of the change. Create Your Test Once you have chosen your variables, it's time to create phone number list your test. This can be done using a variety of tools, including Google Optimize, Optimizely, or VWO. These tools allow you to create different versions of a webpage or email and track the performance of each one. Run Your Test Once you have created your test, it's time to run it. It's important to run your test for a long enough period to gather statistically significant results. This will vary depending on the amount of traffic you receive, but a good rule of thumb is to run your test for at least two weeks.
  3. Hey everyone, New to e-bikes and new to the forum! I'm seriously looking into building my own e-mtb (Bafang mid-motor), and it occurred to me I should check if I can even ride it on trials in my area. From what I've read, my local trails in Orange County, CA are not allowing e-mtbs and are issuing tickets. So I looked into Los Angeles County, but can't seem to find any info. Anyone live in SoCal, and where are you (legally) riding? Any harassment from non-motorized folks? I'm asking about dirt trails only. Thanks!
  4. Jegs has been bought by another company J
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    3d scanning

    Hello Scrubs I'm not sure if this in mecabricks already so, therefore, I do not which category this should go in. I was wondering if there is a way to 3d scan a model that I made using actual lego bricks into the mecabricks workshop and edit it in the workshop?
  6. What is the best electrician gloves in your opinion?
  7. Hey guys and girls, I’m new to this page and was looking for some guidance/advice. I’ve been offered a job on a cruise ship to work as a nurse but have been told I need an ENG1 medical, I’ve been looking online and it’s looking very unlikely I’ll be able to get the job with type 1 diabetes which is devastating. I’ve been type 1 for 21 years with no complications. Has anyone had any experience or information on this? Thanks Laura
  8. Consider it not too big. It’s good they did not asked to be paid by certain percentage, …5% or more of recovered asset. It is in fact, less than one percent of the total distributed amount of about $130B. And it is for about 14 years of payments for the entire law firm with multiple employees and lawyers involved.
  9. Hi! While there is definitely great information out there about specs, power accuracy etc. of trainers and equipment (see Shane, DCRainmaker etc.) I thought it would be cool to have a thread where we can see the collected experiences of the TR user base with their trainers. The good, the bad, the ugly. Too often, I think, we hear only about the bigger problems people have with their trainers and not the “day-to-day” stuff. Or information has to be cherry picked from different parts of the internet. I thought a thread like this could help people to make a more informed decision when looking to purchase a new trainer and learn about common short falls, issues but also positive aspects of different trainer models. I’ll start: Trainer Model: Tacx Vortex Smart T2180 Price & Country of purchase: USD 370 (Europe) Usage: Practically exclusively in Erg mode. No PowerMatch. Close to two years. General impression: I’m quite happy with overall performance and ride feel for the money I paid. It has quite low wattage floors in Erg mode though, which leads to me shifting quite a bit to have a comfortable flywheel speed during hard intervals. It takes a little bit to figure out how to best shift / accelerate into wattage increases as well, but it’s not a big deal in my opinion. Calibration before every ride is an absolute must, especially because i train outside (sheltered deck) and temperature fluctuations can be quite substantial. This can still lead to some problems with power consistency if there are especially warm / cold days. Problems: The first unit broke after approx. a year and maybe 70 hours of use. The second one is still going strong after 9 Months and approx. 100 hours. I will say though, that training in sub zero (°C) conditions might have brought on these problems. Would I buy it again? As a start into indoor training, absolutely! I’m overall happy with what i got for my money and i think it’s a decent trainer that you can make great progress on. If you spend a lot of time indoors though, I would probably go for a more accurate & silent model that has somewhat better ride feel. I will look to upgrade once I break my current model. Would be great to hear about the experiences of others with their trainers! Cheers!
  10. Hi all!! Item: Oculus Quest 2 -128 GB Age:3 months old Price:R10000 Payment Method Accepted:cash or card Warranty:12 months Warranty Holder: Packaging: yes Condition:like new Location:durbanville, cape town Reason:Not that into VR Shipping:SURE Collection:yeah the device comes with a 5M link cable as well as the elite headstrap. hence the price. it is neg!!!!
  11. Hey there! Thanks for sharing your thoughts on the interpretation of the last week of Daniel 9:27. It's always interesting to hear different perspectives and interpretations of biblical texts. However, I think it's important to remember that there are many different interpretations out there, and not everyone will agree on the same one. Let's continue to seek truth and understanding together. Cheers!
  12. Hey there! I understand you're looking for help with scripting a sleeping mechanism near a bed. While I don't have any experience with that specifically, I did come across some forum posts that might be helpful in your search. Additionally, it's always a good idea to try and figure things out on your own before asking for help. As for sleeping, have you considered looking into reviews on recliners? I find that sleeping in a reclined position can be really comfortable and help with any sleeping problems. Hope this helps!
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