Personal Growth In Pay Per Click

This week Luke Alley (@LukeAlley) guest hosted for Matt Umbro (@Matt_Umbro) with a very active chat question set titled “Personal Growth In PPC.” The following is the transcribed Streamcap from the live chat:

Q1: What skills/attributes got you into the job you have now?

  • Making a friend. (She recc’d me for my first job.) – Theresa Zook (@I_Marketer)
  • I did classified ads in another life. When adwords launched, boss said “these are a like online classifieds”, gave it to me. – Melissa Mackey (@Mel66)
  • Entrepreneurial moxie! – Julie Bacchini (@NeptuneMoon)
  • Networking. Seriously. – Neil Sorenson (@iNeils)
  • Started with web analytics skills. Won the Omniture competition at BYU in 2007. – Chris Haleua (@chrishaleua)
  • Loving the challenge of figuring out what the data actually means, not just stopping at “this is what it says”. – Kirk Williams (@KECreate)
  • I had to fight my way into this space since I switched fields from healthcare. Having run my own biz helped a lot. As for my job at Clix Marketing. I badgered them until they let me in. – Heather Cooan (@HeatherCooan)
  • Had breakfast with my friend Matt Umbro, now that was a very nice ppc chat. – Lisa Sanner (@LisaSanner)
  • 8% CTR and 30% Conversion rates. I can’t avoid not bragging about it. Experience and attitude conveyed on the interview landed me the job. At the time I didn’t even had Adwords certification. – Bojan Dordevic (@bojandordevic)
  • Hunger, confidence & curiosity. Have to want to test &learn, be able to explain results and make people care about them. – Aaron Levy (@bigalittlea)
  • College major and attitude. Plus I got really lucky with my first boss. I loved her & still do. She has been a great teacher! – Christina Hall (@Chrissie_Hall85)
  • Work ethic. You have to have a strong one. – Theresa Zook
  • The boring truth: experience and reco’s from people. – Nate Knox (@nateknox)
  • Went after it. Asked for a job with Stuart Draper at Get Found First and learned PPC. – Luke Alley
  • I fell in as an intern. “Hey college kid, you know how internet works. You do Google stuff! – Aaron Levy
  • Sincere interest in learning PPC & client facing experience/communication skills probably helped. – Rebecca Heithoff (@OverpricedPopcn)
  • Desire to learn helped a lot. I pushed to go to conferences and networked like crazy to learn as much as possible early on. – Michelle Morgan (@michellemsem)
  • Information systems degree helped me get a job implementing tracking. Then strove to be a hybrid technical / business consultant. – Chris Haleua
  • Big picture thinking – always putting PPC or anything in larger context of end goals/results. – Julie Bacchini
  • Gumption & a desire to learn and grow in SEM. Think Vertical Rail saw it too! – Cathy Nguyen (@skipcattt)
  • Looking forward to the day when universities catch up to the real world and kids can say they got a masters degree in PPC. – Chris Haleua
  • I understood the media planning side of things and pushed the boundaries of what creative understood. Pushed everyone harder. – Ira Kates (@IraKates)
  • Stubborn determination tackle PPC. – James Svoboda (@Realicity)
  • Insatiable curiosity, passion for writing and creating, and an excellent team of supporters. – Lexi Bradley (@lexxibrad)
  • I started by owning my own design and dev firm for ecommerce. – Max Fink (@maxfink_SEM)
  • Analytical skills, during study my free projects and minors where online orientated. Been working on websites since 14yo. – Lauryan Feijen (@LauryanF)
  • Q1.1 What degrees does everyone have?
    • English Lit. – Theresa Zook
    • Psych. – Sam Turner (@turnersam000)
    • B.A. from PSU in International Politics & minor in French. – Julie Bacchini
    • Biblical Studies and finishing an M.A. in Theological Studies. – Kirk Williams
    • Telecommunication (not really a thing any more) and Business Administration. Masters in Marketing. – Melissa Mackey
    • Environmental economics. – Cathy Nguyen
    • I got degree in investment banking. – Bojan Dordevic
    • MBA with major in Marketing, international Management – minor in English. Always wanted to be in Marketing. – Christina Hall
    • Double majored in Sociology and Social / Cultural History. – Jason Stinnett (@JasonStinnett)
    • Marketing and Information Systems with a crap load of random public speaking mixed in. – Aaron Levy
    • Communication with a minor in Philosophy “¦the latter ended up being more useful for marketing, believe it or not. – Danielle Forget (@dforget)
    • I have a BA in Political Theory & an MS in Labor Studies. I talked my way in to an entry level job at Yahoo about 7 years ago. – Joseph Drury (@drurytheelder)
    • Business Management Economics. – Joaquin Ibanez (@Joaquin_Around)
    • Bachelor Communication Multimedia Management. – Lauryan Feijen

Q2: How do you set yourself apart in the PPC space? i.e. Job security!

  • Networking. Writing. Writing. More writing. – Melissa Mackey
  • I specialize in eComm. I try and lead with post click data. I try all the newest stuff (that’s why I’m agency side). I network. – Heather Cooan
  • Making sure you are ahead of (or riding on the curve) of changes / new tools. – George (@GBisBD)
  • Working in multiple disciplines & focusing on marketing as a whole. Be a strategic partner for clients. – Julie Bacchini
  • PPCChat has been a huge help in maintaining an edge. Studying statistics has also helped as predictive analytics popularity grows. – Chris Haleua
  • Just being in PPC sets us apart from the norm. Aside from that, the unrelenting pursuit of learning more, then networking. – Nate Knox
  • Mostly focus on lead gen and lead quality. And I manage the blog. No one else wants to do that. – Michelle Morgan
  • I Focus on CRO & Conversions 1st and acutally consider PPC secondary. – James Svoboda
  • Integrating my PPC knowledge with CRO (conversion rate optimization) and UX. These two babies go hand in hand for max ROI. – Bojan Dordevic
  • Always pursue knowing more than the people around you, particularly client info, competition, strategy, etc. Think outside ppc. – Nate Knox
  • I see that lots write. I could do that (nothing BUT opinions) but so much info already available online. – Theresa Zook
  • Out of the box nonsense! And a good memory. Common sense! – Elizabeth Marsten (@ebkendo)
  • I always tell folks it depends what day it is when they ask what I do. – Stephanie Cockerl (@StephCockerl)
  • Being active in PPCChat, focusing on lead-gen, networking through conferences! – Luke Alley
  • I’ve been spending my own money on PPC for the past 8 yrs so I have an extra-keen focus on minimising wastage. – Michael Madew (@IntelligentPPC)
  • Writing blog posts, staying up to date in the industry, stay positive and motivated, never stop learning! – Garrett McGregor (@mcgregor212)
  • Blogging & staying up to date on the newest AW features. I’m also in eComm, so I think that gives me a little extra something. – Cathy Nguyen
  • I am not very tech savvy (will never catch me doing adwords scripts) but read every industry pub i and manage clients very well. – Joseph Drury
  • Learned JavaScript & Visual Basic (and now Java), familiarity with statistical procedures & analytics, & constantly reading. – Leo Sussan (@lsussan)
  • Bringing new ideas to the table and CRO management. – Michael Henderson (@innuHendo)
  • Always problem solving and willing to help and answer questions has helped me network too. – Heather Cooan
  • Content writing, blog writing – writing anything, anywhere anytime – and sense of humor never hurts. – Lexi Bradley
  • PPC knowledge is essential…but without the desire to stay current even the most knowledgeable become outdated. Continually learn! – Neil Sorenson
  • Being able to explain things in “plain English” so clients really understand. – Julie Bacchini
  • Being the go-to guy for questions and brainstorms keeps you sharp: explaining (PPC) things makes you rethink them. – Lauryan Feijen
  • Try to stay on well educated in a constantly changing industry. There is always something new to be learned. – Joaquin Ibanez
  • I set myself apart by being able to relate what I do for big brands back to traditional advertising they understand but also teach them slowly over the years how to adapt into the new digital mindset. Also don’t let others run SEM over. – Ira Kates

Q3: What skills do you feel will be increasingly more important in the coming years in the PPC/internet marketing industry?

  • Blogging. Complete undererstanding of, and influence over, the visitor journey. Pre-click and post-click. – James Svoboda
  • The ability to adapt. – Kirk Williams
  • CRO and the ability to Excel! – Paul Kragthorpe
    • Seconded! PPC can lead a horse to water and CRO can help the rest of the way! – Cathy Nguyen
  • Flexibility and the willingness to keep learning every day. – Theresa Zook
  • DATA ANALYSIS, specifically working with large sets of data and marrying sets of data. Dashboarding, extreme excel, etc. – Heather Cooan
  • A deep understanding of mobile. – Michael Madew
  • Expanding PPC to mean more than SEM and adapting skills to display and social. – Chris Haleua
  • The technical skills to compare and make decisions based off of multiple sources of data. – Michelle Morgan
  • JavaScript chops of some kind. We’re getting more technical, even with companies making things non-technical at the same time. – Elizabeth Marsten
  • Data. Being able to show & discuss changing data. – Nate Knox
  • Understanding the impact of cross-channel and how to measure. – Timothy Jensen
  • Understanding the business model and knowing its limitations. More integration with classic marketing mix. – Bojan Dordevic
  • Strategic, cross-channel, marketing thinking. – Heather Cooan
  • Winning strategies on different devices & deeper understanding of Analytics data. – Julie Bacchini
  • Data analysis, tech knowledge, understanding cross channel, strategic focus. – Melissa Mackey
  • Familiarity w/ basic level coding – allows for some advanced automation, & you don’ thave to borrow IT’s time. – Leo Sussan
  • I feel that you do not only have to know your way around the campaign, but also around a website too. – Stephanie Cockerl
  • Understanding that PPC is just a tactic and move cross-channel. – Nate Knox
  • Data means nothing without solid ROI. – Bojan Dordevic
  • PPC isn’t just AdWords & Bing anymore. Many clients have portfolios that needs budget and optimization balanced based on returns. – Michelle Morgan
  • Always aiming for knowledge & experience in new features/techniques. Always check a long bloglist and try to write myself too. – Lauryan Feijen
  • Catching up on everyone’s tweets…I think going in-house and making a huge difference to the bottom line of 1 co. helped. – Max Fink
  • Presentation skills. This is becoming important as SEM gains more visibility. Lots of people who can do but not speak to it. – Ira Kates
  • Analysis, granular audience targeting, optimization. – Lexi Bradley
  • Getting a good grasp on multi-touch attribution. Think we’ll see the same arc as SEO – can’t plan on big win -> good enough. – Jason Stinnett
  • Agree with everyone saying cross-channel attribution. As margin’s get thinner, will need better integration from multiple points. – Luke Alley
  • Realizing PPC doesn’t happen in a silo–being able to leverage PPC skills to help other aspects of the business. – Max Fink
  • Understanding of Mobile and true conversion values. – Tyler Purcell (@tylerpurcell)
  • Ability to understand how PPC fits into the whole marketing schema, & desire/ability to work with other marketing channels. – Bryant Garvin (@BryantGarvin)
  • CRO, being Excel-lent Creativity, Presenting, Allround Marketing knowledge(as online seems to become less ‘that other channel’). – Lauryan Feijen

Q4 What non-PPC blogs/magazines/books/etc. do you read to help you professionally?

  • Books on being effective daily, diving into consumer thinking, and what fonts, colors, etc. mean unconsciously. – Michelle Morgan
  • Apart from Google official blogs and @SEOmoz, I’d like to point out @PatFlynn‘s #SmartPassiveIncome Amazing resource. – Bojan Dordevic
  • Lots and lots of #bloomberg tv. – Max Fink
  • Tough to beat Web Analytics 2.0 by @avinash . – Chris Haleua
  • The 4 Hr Work Week, Rich Dad Poor Dad, Everything is Negotiable. – Michael Madew
  • Topics I ‘try’ to keep up with: UX & testing, branding, organic social, light SEO, eCom stuff like CSE’s, OMNI strategy, etc. – Heather Cooan
  • Because I’m in a big agency owned by GroupM, @adage, @Marketing_Mag are musts to know about accounts in play we’re in on a lot of pitches & if a question for an RFP or pitch is asked of me I want to be equipped to blow their minds. – Ira Kates
  • @freakonomics, @avinash’s analytics blog, Good to Great, books on general marketing principles to grow in basic marketing skills. – Kirk Williams
  • Currently reading The Anatomy of Peace by the Arbinger Institute. People Skills are important. – Bryant Garvin
  • “Don’t Make Me Think” by Steve Krug. – Luke Alley
  • Cartoon Guide to Statistics has been a fun read too. – Chris Haleua
  • The @WhichTestWon weekly test is a must for my Wednesday’s. – James Svoboda
  • Anything by @avinash and @justincutroni. Must reads for staying on top of web analytics. – Heather Cooan
  • Reading @alphaefficiency Magazine ! alphaefficiency.com/magazine – how to be more productive on daily basis. – Bojan Dordevic
  • No prof reading right now. Finishing a programming fundamentals course & abt to start a GA course. No time. – Theresa Zook
  • Great Q! Direct Marketing, The Art of War, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People & Freakonomics are some that come to mind. – Lexi Bradley
  • I read a lot about strategy games – psychology and how the game changes based on what your opponents are doing carry over well. – Jason Stinnett
  • I frequent @Clayburn‘s /r/bigseo subreddit, for highbrow SEO news. – Ira Kates
  • The Forrester books on Social are good. Groundswell and Empowered. – Heather Cooan
  • Occams Razor, Moz, Harvard Business Review, several marketing/pr blogs and magazines. Love books of Seth Godin & Malcom Gladwell. – Lauryan Feijen
  • Also, the @KISSmetrics blog is always pumpion gout great Digital Marketing goodness. – James Svoboda
  • Excellent book on sales is “The Wedge: How to Stop Selling and Start Winning.” Lots to think about. – Kirk Williams
  • Recommend Robert Cialdini’s “Influence” The psychology of persuasion. – Max Fink
  • Subscribe to Economist, Time. The @avalaunchmedia office is currently reading “All Marketers Tell Stories” by @ThisIsSethsBlog. – Luke Alley
  • Also have found that @semrush is producing some good content lately. – Ira Kates
  • Listening to podcasts. Mainly Entrepreneur, Facebook, & marketing topics. – Garrett McGregor
  • Ever since Google Reader shut down, Netvibes has done a decent jobs of helping me keep track of the blogs I follow. – Chris Haleua
  • If we’re talking podcasts, I love LPO by @tim_ash and Marketing Nirvana by @bgtheory. – Melissa Mackey
  • Worth mentioning @WhichTestWon and whiteboard friday. – Tyler Purcell

Q5: What work experience have you most learned from?

  • I think I learned the most working with the amazing digital intelligence talent at Cardinal Path. Incredible minds! – Heather Cooan
  • My mistakes or failures. – Bryant Garvin
  • I’m okay admitting it: Failed Campaigns. In 15 years in search, I’ve failed my fair share of times. Learned from every one. – James Svoboda
  • Starting to earn money from my own PPC lead gen campaign in 2005 – mind-blowing & life-changing. – Michael Madew
  • Anything by Malcolm Gladwell makes you think about everything else differently. – Steve Cameron
  • I also learn the most networking, answering questions, teaching, and helping to problem solve for others. – Heather Cooan
  • Trial and error. Emphasis on the error. – Melissa Mackey
  • Visiting clients and observing the differences between successful and struggling advertising teams. I love product management. – Chris Haleua
  • I learned from being quiet initially. Part introvert, part ninja. Now I am much louder in meetings w/creative,media,client. – Ira Kates
  • Failing to comply with Google Adwords policies in financial niche. Being on the phone with them was helpful a lot. – Bojan Dordevic
  • The absolutely crucial need to be adaptable – especially since starting my own firm 15 years ago. – Julie Bacchini
  • I learned the most from my first boss. But also team workshops & just bouncing ideas of each other. – Christinal Hall
  • I learn most from collaborating / conversing with smart people (hence, PPCChat). Also, screwing up. – Leo Sussan
  • I don’t mean to get wishy washy, but, I always say with every failure is a step forward. – Stephanie Cockerl
  • Also…I hate to admit this…I learn a ton from super difficult clients. – Heather Cooan
  • I learned the most working with the guys at Ox Optimal. Invaluable resources in the close relationships I’ve built. – Andrew Bethel (@AndrewPPC)
  • Pretty much problem solving & adapting. Can tie to a ton, but everytime something changes it’s a new chance to grow. – Aaron Levy
  • I was part of a Yahoo PPC ‘Swat Team’. We would dive deep with developers and industry leaders to train all reps on ppc. – Joseph Drury
  • Nothing faster than taking the plunge and owning your own biz. After that–conferences. After that, working for “the man”. – Max Fink
  • Also learned a lot from actually doing. Lots in our industry speak to be heard but don’t follow through for clients! – Ira Kates
  • Learn from mistakes, also learn a lot from helping others out and reviewing accounts and presentations for other specialists. – Lauryan Feijen
  • Honestly, answering ?s from other newbies on the AdWords Help forum. Most educational thing I’ve ever done. – Theresa Zook
  • Doing a lot of account audits, often for free. Looking through another SEM’s eyes opens up possibilities. – Mori Yagi (@mori_kun)
  • The downfall of Google Product Search. I had just cut my teeth in PPC and the pressure to learn & adapt really helped me grow. – Cathy Nguyen
  • Inherited accounts can be fun to pick apart. – Steve Cameron (@adventcom)
  • Everyday is another lesson! “It’s fine to celebrate success but it is more important to heed the lessons of failure”. – Lexi Bradley
  • Also my first boss was fundamental in keeping me in SEM and pushing/trusting me with BIG accounts. – Ira Kates
  • We do monthly group training at Hannapin – shut office down for a day & everyone teaches a topic. Huge help. – Sam Owen (@SamOwenPPC)
  • Would be an interesting concept, if Google made “example accounts” available for SEMs to pick apart. – Leo Sussan
  • Collaborating on projects is where I learn the most. Always fun to see how other people attack a problem. – Michelle Morgan
  • Also, endless hours in Excel, digging through data, scouring forums for answers & blogging. It was a tough go at the start! – Cathy Nguyen

Q6: What’s been most helpful to increase your productivity in PPC related tasks?

  • Freelancers and the ability to let go. – Michelle Morgan
  • A timer. Not even joking. So easy to get sucked into a mystery & wasting too many hours on it. – Melissa Mackey
  • Learning to trust and delegate based on my team’s strengths. Some tool automation. Practice. – Heather Cooan
  • Learning what doesn’t have to be done. (I.e., not spending time on meaningless stats.) – Theresa Zook
  • Having a first rate analytics team and statistical analysts. Learning excel more than I ever thought I would ever want to. – Max Fink
  • A well prioritized list. – Andrew Bethel
  • The more excel & tools becomes second nature, the more insights you can gather from the same data. – Aaron Levy
  • I also started back logging my time in gcal so I can actually see where my time goes. It’s really helping find more time. – Heather Cooan
  • Inbox organization. Seriously. Folders, sub-folders, sub-sub-folders and on. Changed my life. – Joseph Drury
  • Having an assistant to help you out with tedious work. – Bojan Dordevic
  • Discipline to not “go down the rabbit hole” for non-essential metrics & a great team! – Julie Bacchini
  • I remember the very day I discovered AdWords Editor. It blew my mind! Productivity increased over 9000%, I’m sure! – Cathy Nguyen
  • Basecamp. – Luke Alley
    • I’m not a huge Basecamp fan, but I love using Evernote to organize my personal to-dos. – Sam Owen
  • Understanding things that need to be done immediately and those that can hold off has also helped my sanity. – Michelle Morgan
  • Advanced Excel skills, used to program (ASP / PHP) which makes reading and understanding Adwords Scripts relatively easy. – Lauryan Feijen
  • Turning off email! I tend to do block work from home 2 days a week and more collaborative tasks in the office. – Sam Owen
  • Understanding where the application of automation should be used. It’s not a blanket solution & can cause more time bleed! – Ira Kates
  • Setting goals each week of the MUST to dos. The next challenge is to prioritize. – Garrett McGregor
  • Aalways being willing to get into the accounts to help support team. Shows you lead, demonstrates understanding, stops turnover! – Ira Kates
  • I also use ProductEev as my task list weapon of choice. I love it! – Heather Cooan
  • Ties into A5 for me, learning time management. – Tyler Purcell
  • Spotify and coffitivity.com. Oh, and scripts! – Mori Yagi
  • On a more serious note: learning SQL has really helped me in setting up and optimizing my product data feeds. – Cathy Nguyen
  • Lists, lists and more lists keep me on track. Good old fashioned pen and paper – crossing off my tasks feels SO good! – Lexi Bradley

Q7: Share some of your personal goals for PPC/work/your job.

  • Learn more, have fun. – Theresa Zook
  • Eliminate All The Agencies. So far we are down 2/3 bringing accounts in house. Lower Cost, Much Better Performance. – Andrew Bethel
  • Experience. Ultimately, what needs to be looked at about needs to be looked at. It’s knowing what’s low leverage & ignore that. – Steve Gibson
  • Do great work, never stop learning, savor success, learn from failure & have time for a life outside of work! – Julie Bacchini
  • Evolve from web analyst to ppc advertiser to data scientist. Stop relying exclusively on historical data and start forecasting. – Chris Haleua
  • Want every advertiser who deserves good service to get it, every good PPC’er to have a good job at a good place. – Aaron Levy
  • Studying for the partner exam again. – Stephanie Cockerl
  • Write 1 new blogpost each week. Read 1 PPC blogpost each week. Read 1 marketing book every other month. Learn more excel. – Kirk Williams
  • Make the complicated, simple. – Robert Brady
  • Hire 2 more people, 1 blog post a month, make a name for ourselves, and some others. – Luke Alley
  • Fewer clients, but deeper work (inc cro, copywriting etc). Maybe a revenue share. – Steve Gibson
  • Excel at Excel. – Steve Cameron
  • More integration with our agencies traditional media buys, delving into attribution modelling, teaching my Tier3 car dealer SEM. – Ira Kates
  • For PPC, our QPI is a consistent ROAS over 8, though I’m lobbying to switch our QPI to Net Profits over ROAS. – Leo Sussan
  • Write an SEM book. – Ira Kates
  • Write MOAR. Learn MOAR. Read MOAR. Network MOAR. Learn to control time. – Heather Cooan
  • Absorb as much info as possible, contribute thoughtful ideas, write, write, write & take a moment to breathe every now and then. – Lexi Bradley
  • Build a kickass growth team. – Mori Yagi
  • Write more blogs & develop skills that will help me be better/more efficient in my work! I.e. programming, public speaking, etc. – Cathy Nguyen

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• Luke Alley (@LukeAlley)
• Matt Umbro (@Matt_Umbro)
• James Svoboda (@Realicity)
• Paul Kragthorpe (@PaulKragthorpe)
• Aaron Levy (@bigalittlea)
• Andrew Bethel (@AndrewPPC)
• Bojan Dordevic (@bojandordevic)
• Bryant Garvin (@BryantGarvin)
• Cathy Nguyen (@skipcattt)
• Chris Haleua (@chrishaleua)
• Christina Hall (@Chrissie_Hall85)
• Danielle Forget (@dforget)
• Elizabeth Marsten (@ebkendo)
• Garrett McGregor (@mcgregor212)
• George (@GBisBD)
• Heather Cooan (@HeatherCooan)
• Ira Kates (@IraKates)
• Jason Stinnett (@JasonStinnett)
• Joaquin Ibanez (@Joaquin_Around)
• Joseph Drury (@drurytheelder)
• Julie Bacchini (@NeptuneMoon)
• Kirk Williams (@KECreate)
• Lauryan Feijen (@LauryanF)
• Leo Sussan (@lsussan)
• Lexi Bradley (@lexxibrad)
• Lisa Sanner (@LisaSanner)
• Max Fink (@maxfink_SEM)
• Melissa Mackey (@Mel66)
• Michael Henderson (@innuHendo)
• Michael Madew (@IntelligentPPC)
• Michelle Morgan (@michellemsem)
• Mori Yagi (@mori_kun)
• Nate Knox (@nateknox)
• Neil Sorenson (@iNeils)
• Rebecca Heithoff (@OverpricedPopcn)
• Sam Owen (@SamOwenPPC)
• Sam Turner (@turnersam000)
• Stephanie Cockerl (@StephCockerl)
• Steve Cameron (@adventcom)
• Theresa Zook (@I_Marketer)
• Tyler Purcell (@tylerpurcell)
 

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This is a guest post by Paul Kragthorpe; WebRanking SEM Manager in Minneapolis, Minnesota, #PPCChat Streamcap Grabber, SEO Blog Author. Connect with me @PaulKragthorpe, and Google Plus.

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