google adwords – Do Campaign Goals impact ads directly or they are a set of recommendations?

Based on this article from Google:

I get the feeling that choosing a campaign goal is a recommendation.

Is it really so?

For example, I had a Search Campaign which had the following:

Campaign Goal:

Website Traffic

Bidding Strategy:

Maximize Clicks

Once I started uploading conversions to Google Ads, Google recommended me to switch the bidding strategy to Maximize Conversions. I accepted the recommendation.

Should I change the Campaign Goal too or it is just a set of recommendations?

My campaign is a search campaign with a Landing Page that contains affiliate links.

history – What was the impact of the Impagliazzo A Personal View of Average Case Complexity?

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python – Using pymongo to scrape over 4 million URLs using multiprocessing to examine the impact of coronavirus

So I want to do some research on the impact of covid 19 on businesses. I have successfully generated a database with the company name and the URLs of the websites associated with it. Now, I want to scrape them off as quickly as possible so that I can analyze them. I am new to using parallel programming and I am skeptical, I connect to each database as securely as possible.

from __future__ import division

from multiprocessing import Pool

import pymongo as pym
import requests
from bs4 import BeautifulSoup

# Set up local client
client = pym.MongoClient('mongodb://localhost:27017/')
# Connect to local DB
db = client.local_db
# Connect to Collections
My_Collection = db.MyCollection
ScrapedPagesAprilCollection = db.ScrapedPagesApril

# I don't want to scrape these

def parse(url):
    if any(domain in url for domain in LIST_OF_DOMAINS_TO_IGNORE):
    elif '.pdf' in url:
        # print(url)
        headers = {
            'User-Agent': 'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:74.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/74.0',
        page = requests.get(url, headers=headers)
        print(f'{url}: {page.status_code}')
        if page.status_code == 200:
            soup = BeautifulSoup(page.text, 'lxml')
            text = soup.get_text(separator=" ")
            info_to_store = {
                '_id': url,
                'content': text

            if 'coronavirus' in text:
                info_to_store('Impacted') = True

            # Insert into Collection
                {'_id': url}, info_to_store, upsert=True)

        elif page.status_code != 200:
            print(f'{url}: {str(page.status_code)}')

def covid19_scrape_pages(collection, query: dict):
    Wanting to update the pages already matched

    collection : pymongo.collection.Collection
    query : dict

    A url

    # Get the cursor
    mongo_cursor = collection.find(query, no_cursor_timeout=True)
    # For company in the cursor, yield the urls
    for company in mongo_cursor:
        for url in company('URLs'):
            doc = ScrapedPagesAprilCollection.find_one({'_id': url})
            # If I haven't already scraped it, then yield the url
            if doc is None:
                yield (url)

def main():
    print('Make sure LIST_OF_DOMAINS_TO_IGNORE is updated by running',
          ' first')
    urls_gen = covid19_scrape_pages(
        My_Collection, {})
    pool = Pool(8), urls_gen)

if __name__ == "__main__":  # Required logic expression

What is the impact of COVID on your life as a publisher?


I hope I am in the right place with this question. But since I have heard many different opinions about Covid and the advertisements, I want to ask you what is your opinion and your situation on this?

Some Adnetworks seriously want to tell me that CPM prices have dropped -80%. I cannot believe this situation. It may be true that more traffic is available in the market and that users do not spend as much money in general, but that the CPM decreases so much, it seems to me more that the ad networks take advantage of the 39; opportunity to cash more.

What is your opinion, especially your experience on this subject?

Thank you

Additional security impact using a proxy over VPN

TL; DR: Does routing Internet traffic via VPN via a corporate proxy gain in security?

There is currently an ongoing discussion in our company on the security measures to put in place regarding the access of workstations to the company network and the Internet.


  • Employees have Linux laptops with encrypted SSDs
  • on these SSD drives is the intellectual property of the company
  • Employees have unlimited root access to these machines
  • AntiVirus is installed and working


  • Get protection against theft of corporate intellectual property while being able to work from anywhere in the world

Current idea:

  • Use VPN to tunnel all network traffic (including internet traffic) via the enterprise
  • Do not allow direct access to the Internet via VPN, but rather make sure that a proxy server is used.


Does the additional proxy server for Internet access offer more security than it (potentially) costs in effort? (additional client configuration effort programs and services, …)

Portable <-> VPN <-> Proxy <-> Internet vs laptop <-> VPN <-> the internet


If the laptop is compromised (backdoor operation). How does VPN protect data anyway if the user has root access and can change the network configuration (routes, iptables, …) as desired. What additional security does a corporate proxy offer?



Numbered lists using and impact of tags on SEO

I have several blog posts with a list or a series of steps. That is to say.,

1. First article / step

blah, blah, blah

2. Second article / step

blah, blah, blah

3. Third article / step

blah, blah, blah

These steps are generally formatted with


Keywords. I tried to format it as

  1. First item

to make numbered lists, but of course these two styles are mutually exclusive. So, I just manually include the numeric value inside the

tag like

2. Second step


I guess it would be possible for the search engines to recognize the numbers

tags as lists, even without

  1. First item

tag but I'm curious to know if there is a better way to do it from the SEO point of view? Do I have to use diagram or some other formatting option?

Thank you.

monte carlo – Impact of lognormal asymmetry on long / short risk value

To examine the implications of value at risk for a portfolio made up of a spot and time series, I generated a one-day Monte Carlo simulation. I was long on the spot and short in the future (the amount was determined by the minimum variance coverage ratio). Now, my question is since I calculate the value at risk at the price level and that these are distributed lognormally. ). I guess it shouldn't be the same due to the skewness of the distribution, but I hope someone can help work out a little more.

javascript – Can hiding content using CSS have an impact on SEO?

Recently, I developed my own plugin to animate the content on the scroll – when the page is scrolled down for an element, a class will be added to it (a class with an animation that changes the opacity of 0 at 1).

It works well, but I was wondering if such an action (hide content with opacity: 0; can showing them have an impact on SEO?

Thanks in advance!

network – What impact would a total and global 5 day Internet outage have on the blockchain?

What impact would a temporary total and global Internet outage have on the btc blockchain network? Suppose for this scenario a 5 day breakdown for example.

By failure, I mean: no Internet connection in any corner of the world.

What are the important effects during these 5 days and what happens on the 6th day when the Internet starts to function normally?

I know this is a very theoretical scenario but I like to understand how resilient the blockchain is.

Thanks for explaining.

What impact will the coronavirus have on the web hosting industry?

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    The coronavirus will certainly have an impact on the web hosting industry. What impact do you think it will have? Will we see mass outages and problems in data centers because there are not enough workers to handle the problems as they arise?

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