Category: Marketing

Factors to optimize your LinkedIn profile

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When it comes to creating an optimized profile on LinkedIn, there is one major factor to keep in mind. Keyword Optimisation. As scary as the term sounds, it is easier to achieve it in reality. Once you have optimized your LinkedIn profile completely, you just need to be virtually present on the platform regularly to increase your ranking.

Factors to be considered -

LinkedIn is in over 200 countries worldwide, the network has about 756 million users, comprising 90 million senior-level influencers, 63 million policymakers, and 10 million C-level executives.

What should you do in order to optimize your LinkedIn profile? The social content is the thing that you must remember.

Here is a checklist, to answer this commonly asked question.

Pay keen attention to the keywords

The keywords play a major role when it comes to the searchability of your profile. These are nothing, but the basic terms or words in relation to your brand that you feel your audience would look for. For instance, ‘content marketer’ can be a major keyword if you are in the field of content marketing. Be sure to make use of strong keywords in your headline.

The headline calls for better details

While writing the headline of your LinkedIn profile, ensure it is crisp, to the point, and accentuates your unique selling point. For instance, instead of writing ‘Content marketer’, it would be better to write ‘LinkedIn Content marketer’. The headline is the first thing any person visiting your profile would see is your headline. This decides whether the person sees the rest of your profile, or doesn’t.

Check whether your profile is complete

LinkedIn has an inbuilt feature where it helps you check whether your profile is 100% complete or not. Make sure to achieve this ‘All-star’ rank. This also comments on your credibility. Individuals who join LinkedIn are 2x more intent-driven than those who join other sites. They’ve come with the intention of learning and improving. Such accounts rank better.

Keep your resume and profile dated

The timeline is extremely important. Your resume helps people understand your progress.

Post regular updates

Being the CEO of a company, your audience would be more interested in knowing the latest updates of your company. Provide them with progress in your business and let them know about the latest activities.

Join relevant groups and interact more with people

Joining groups where you can find like-minded people will help you develop more connections and give you a better reach. The more you interact with people, the better your reach.


Finding buyers and audiences for your business is a piece of cake with an optimized LinkedIn account. The better your reach, the more successful your business would be. This platform will help you connect and establish a rapport with people from all over the globe. 

Growing the network of a founder

Networking when said is just a simple terminology with a simpler meaning. Connecting with people.

But this simple term is one of the most powerful tools for any professional out there.

Oftentimes it is really hard to do effective networking. It is due to lack of proper strategy. Yes! You read it correctly. Networking requires strategy. And that’s what we did!

Our main objective was to grow LinkedIn network as a founder. For this we implemented our 360-degree network growth approach to LinkedIn personal brand building.

We devised our plan of action in 3 steps:

  1. We optimized our profile on 3 pillars of profile optimization, i.e., searchability, clickability & approachability.
  2. Initiated highly researched and curated conversation that helped us grow our network.
  3. Developed high-quality thought leadership content.

This 3 steps plan of action helped us achieve:

  1. A network growth of 1000+ relevant professionals.
  2. Our connection rate was averaged to about 60%
  3. We got into top 1% in industry SSI rank!

In just 3 months of consistency and hard work.

Driving Engagement by Impactful Content

Content is King!

You may have heard this statement in a lot of places.

And to be really honest it is true in every sense.

But is it really easy to write content that drives traffic!

Let see with this case study

Our objective was to drive engagement by curating high-quality impactful content.

To achieve this, we created a strategy.

We implemented a 360-degree approach to LinkedIn personal brand building.

  1. First we optimized our profile on the basis of searchability, clickability & approachability.
  2. Increased our network with relevant professionals.
  3. Developed high-quality thought leadership content and connected with our audience.

    To develop high quality content, we did thorough research and created impactful content pieces around it!
    We made sure our content pieces provided value to our audience by engaging ourselves in creating niche-related content.

This helped us gain

  1. An increase in our post views to 37k!
  2. Our average engagement rate increased up to 3.25%.
  3. Our network growth increased to 400+.


All this was possible through strategic planning of our content on LinkedIn.

Going Outbound as a start-up founder

Every start-up’s primary aim is to generate quality leads.

And the best place to do that is LinkedIn.

But oftentimes it gets really difficult for founders to generate leads on the platform. It is due to the lack of building a proper strategy and its implementation.

In this case study, we will talk about the 10:3 strategy that helped us generate quality leads in just 45 days.

The objective was to generate leads through an outbound strategy on LinkedIn as a start-up founder.

We devised a cohesive 10:3 network growth strategy wherein we:

  1. Sent out 10 connection requests to our target audience & relevant professionals and shared high-value comments on any 3 of their posts. EVERYDAY.
  2. Connected with them on LinkedIn and grew our network.
  3. In turn we were able to generate some quality leads.

The consistent implementation of the 10:3 network growth strategy helped us achieve

  1. 50%+ increase in our connection acceptance rate
  2. 200+ growth in the network
  3. 50+ quality leads

In a timeline of just 45 days.

We understand that sending out connections to a specific audience can be tedious. But in our experience, if done consistently it can create a strong network for your start-up and help you generate quality leads!

An Entrepreneur’s Perfect Profile

The LinkedIn algorithm can be tough to crack if you are not applying better profile practices.

One such practice is to increase the searchability of your LinkedIn profile to get noticed by your potential recruiters, clients & followers.

The other one is to acquire quality inbound leads as a service provider.

But how do you do all this?

This case study will explain to you exactly that…

The objective was to increase the searchability of a profile and through it drive inbound leads.

Our first job was to optimize the profile through 3 step process:

  1. In order to make the profile searchable, we optimized the LinkedIn profile with specific niche-related keywords to headline and about section.
  2. Our next job was to make people click the profile after finding it. All we did to increase the clickability of our profile was:
  •         Uploaded good-quality profile photo.
  •         Clear & attractive headline.
  •         Network (the larger the network the larger your 2nd level connections)
  1. Finally, we made the profile more approachable by flaunting the education section to add credibility, giving a personalized tone to the about section, uploaded cover pictures that talked about our work, and we posted regularly

The profile optimization process was done. It was time to analyze the results.

Based on our activities and consistent posting of high-value content on the platform we were able to:

  1. Increase the profile visit to about 3600%
  2. Weekly search appearances went up to 60%
  3. We were able to generate 50+ inbound leads

In a timeline of just 45 days!

All this happened because we followed a strategic 3 step profile optimization process and consistent posting on LinkedIn.

Playing the Content Game on LinkedIn

Anyone can create content! But can you create great content? To be more precise, can you create great content on LinkedIn? 

Yes, of course, you can! All you need to do is understand your niche, research well and collect data. 

Creating content on LinkedIn is more than just recording random videos that might get a few thousand views! Your LinkedIn audience is more concerned with educational and factual content rather than simple dance videos (no offense, they work pretty well on some other platforms!)

So how do you create a content piece that blows your audience’s mind? 

These are the 6 steps that have helped us out alot:

1. Ideate Your Content Plan

There are several ways you can generate ideas for your content. We usually do a google search of a general topic that we want to explore and go to the news section. You will get all the latest news and happenings there about your selected topic. It’s like a content bucket. 

It’s better to create 10 to 15 posts beforehand and schedule them for the next two weeks. 

2. Read, Research & Read Again

You need to be up to date with all the latest happening in your industry. Read as many articles, newspapers, blogs as you can and consume content on LinkedIn by other creators. Formulate your opinion around it and base your content on that. 

Disclaimer- Always do your research from a reliable source. 

3. Conduct a Content Competition

This one was a game-changer for us. Let us explain how! You need to compete your content with your content. Strange right? You must be thinking, “Where do I conduct this competition?”

The answer is simple, on other social media platforms! Let’s take Twitter as an example.

Let’s say you made 5-6 tweets related to a topic you researched or want to talk about on LinkedIn. Analyze which tweet does the best on Twitter. Create content around the winning tweet for LinkedIn. 

Twitter already showed you a glimpse of the engagement rate. So, there are chances this content will get the same high engagement on LinkedIn as well. 

4. Do Not Wander Off Your Niche

Ok, this is something VERY IMPORTANT!

The best thing you can do is to stick to your niche and create your content around that! It adds credibility to your personal brand.

If you are a marketer, write about marketing and domains related to it. If you are a content writer, write to help other aspiring writers. Don’t be a graphic designer and an SEO specialist. It confuses your audience.

5. Edit, Edit & Keep Editing

When you hit on the post button, your content is out there!

It should be the best of your work every time. Make sure you edit it until there’s nothing left to edit. You cannot prevent slight human errors, but you can prevent major mistakes! We edit our articles at least 4 times after the first draft has been finalized.

Don’t be afraid to take opinions from your colleagues or friends whom you can trust.

6. Start Creating Type 2 Content on LinkedIn

Type 2 content means commenting on someone else’s LinkedIn post.

Prevent yourself from commenting “interesting” or “thank you for sharing” or “great post” on LinkedIn. We have observed people posting similar kinds of tailored comments on every other post.  You might think it’s giving out value but it’s not. Instead, share your opinion, or what that content made you feel. Be genuine with your comments. The best part is if the author likes and pins your comment, you have a high chance of getting noticed by a wider audience. 

So write as if you are marketing your credibility to a new set of audience.

These were the 6 main steps that you should follow to create content on LinkedIn. 

To summarize, you need to ideate first on what you want to write, read and do your research right, conduct a competition, write content that is in your niche and does not wander off, edit your content as many times as you can, and finally start creating type 2 content on LinkedIn. 

Lastly, Be Consistent. You may be able to execute all this perfectly fine. But it’s up to you to be consistent with it. Motivation comes and goes, but consistency goes a long way. 


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Every brand has a vision. We also started with a vision that was very essential in building 

Our idea was to help professionals from all industries to utilize the full potential of the digital ecosystem. The way we planned to do so was to build an All-Star personal brand for professionals.

But the road wasn’t as easy as it seems. We faced a set of major issues initially that hurdled the way to achieving our goal. We lacked:

  • Relevant Network 
  • Manpower
  • Credibility 
  • Funds

After contemplating the whole situation we came up with a solution. Interestingly, LinkedIn provided us with the platform to tame most of our issues. 

Hence, we strategically devised a 4-step plan on how to go about with LinkedIn. Now, it was time to execute them

The first step in the execution of our plan was Profile Optimization.

We adhered to the 3-pillar concept, i.e., optimizing the profile to make them searchable, clickable, and approachable. 

Now, let us understand why these 3 pillars are so important for a LinkedIn profile:

  • Searchable Profile– To make people easily find us. You need to include keywords to your profile, headline, and about section that is relevant to your niche and target audience.
  • Clickable Profile–  It is a way to make people click on your profile. Put out a good profile image (yes, it does make an impression!), a clear and attractive headline (just speak what you do, who do you help, and how do you help in one single sentence), and network. (the larger the network the more the number of 2nd level connections. All this increases the chance of your profile being clicked massively!
  • Approachable– To make people approach us.  Flaunt your educational experiences, optimize a more personalized about section, add a cover image that spoke what we do, and lastly, we posted regularly!

Using this 3-pillar strategy we were able to make our killer LinkedIn profiles.

Once the profiles were optimized, we then needed to build a solid network. 

This was our second step in execution, i.e, Connection Loop.

It was necessary to pre-determine our target audience and relevant professionals. 

The plan was to send out 10 requests and share valuable comments on their 3 posts daily. It not only helped us to build a meaningful connection with them but also with their audience. We call this our 10:3 strategy. This prevented us from getting into the LinkedIn jail. 

Sending out connection requests to a specific audience can be tedious. But in our experience, if done consistently it can build a strong network for your brand. Sharing relevant and engaging comments on their content is also very important. It will help you build credibility and expertise among your network. 

Isn’t this a charming way to build an audience for yourself? We think so!

Sure, the 10:3 strategy helped us in building an excellent audience. However, the engagement rate wasn’t what we expected. 

Hence we executed the third step, Network clearance!

So we started filtering out our connections. We removed all our irrelevant connections who were not in our target audience. 

The reason behind this is

  1. LinkedIn has an upper limit for your connections (30K) 
  2. The golden hour on LinkedIn: As soon as you post something, the platform shows it to a subset of your 1st level connections, and based on their reaction to the post the platform promotes it organically to your 2nd level connections. If your network is diluted so will your subset be. This can be the reason behind the low engagement ratio on your content.

Now that we had optimized the profiles, built a relevant network, and removed the irrelevant ones, we needed to start working on our branding. How did we do that? By executing out the 4th step.

The 4th step was all about playing a strong content game on the platform.  

We carefully structured all our content that was to go on LinkedIn in such a way that it was educative, valuable, and authentic. This helped us to build credibility and expertise among our network massively!

What did we achieve using this 4 step plan?

Let’s look at a few results to understand how our 4 step plan helped us to achieve our goal.

Network Reach– With the correct implementation of our 10:3 strategy and network clearance we were able to grow a relevant network of 9.4K+ professionals. 

Inbound Traffic– With our strong and strategic content game, we were able to achieve inbound traffic of 1.7k+

You may wonder, how much time did we invest in achieving these results? 

We invested our time for almost 60 days on LinkedIn. We were consistent with our plan and showed up daily. And that helped us to achieve an MRR of 150k+!  That’s amazing, isn’t it! 

How to plan 1 Month worth of Content in 2 hours?


In the military, the general plan of attack or defence involves making extensive arrangements. Arrangements are made before actually engaging the enemy and intended to disadvantage that enemy. 

You might not be in the military, but you are in the middle of the war for content creation. With so much content out there, you need to plan to stand out in the crowd. 

Whether for content creation or the battlefield, a plan needs to have two fundamental aspects. You need to have a plan that defines a set of intended outcomes (ends) along with actions (means) by which those outcomes are to be achieved. 

Ask yourself the right questions to make a plan. What is your niche? What kind of content do you want to create? Where do you want to create content? Where do you want to be in 6 months? What do you expect as an outcome of your content creation? With the answers to all these questions, you can design the means to meet your ends.


You need to make an elaborate plan but not spend elaborate time on it. You need a well-structured plan to start with. Design it in 2 hours with these techniques:

1. Create Your Content Pillar

Time to Invest: 15 Mins

Also known as a content bucket, the content pillar is a specific topic or theme that can be subdivided into sections. Your pillar should focus on an expansive topic, leaving just enough room to dive more deeply into the concept with supporting materials. Every content pillar should have a topic cluster. 

A topic cluster is where you expand on what you’ve included in the content pillar. Linking your pillars with clusters will strengthen your plan and give it a structural flow.

2. Categorize Your Content

Time to Invest: 30 Mins

Being able to find particular content in your content plan is crucial. Many content creators categorize the content based on the genre the content belongs to. Lifestyle, Fashion, Books might have been the categories you are using so far. 

But with a content bucket, it is impossible to use such categories. Categorize the content based on the medium you want to post it on. Also, consider the format of content to categorize them.

3. Make Your Content Serve a Purpose

Time to Invest: 10 Mins

You should have a clear aim to create content. Ask yourself questions like, to whom should the content be relevant? What benefit does our audience receive from consuming our content? What kind of experience can you deliver to the audience through your content? Zero down the purpose of you creating the content. 

Brand awareness, audience engagement, website traffic, lead generation, increase in ROI are some things you should consider. Set the topic cluster of our content around that purpose. Events, holidays, product launches, contests and other such time-sensitive events should be included in the plan.  Based on the purpose you have decided upon, use formulae to create certain types of posts. 

4. Choose a Formula to Execute Your Strategy

Time to Invest: 10 Mins

Your audience understands that you are engaging with them to promote your brand. They are willing to see what you have got for them if you give them what they need.

Too much branding and you will seem to be salesy and marked as spam. Make a fair trade with your audience. Balance out the educational or informative content with promotional content.

How to do that, you ask? 

Use Joe Pullizi’s 4-1-1 formula (Content Marketing Institute):

  1. 4 pieces of curated content, shared from external sources.
  2. 1 piece of original content, produced by you.
  3. 1 piece of promotional content, aimed at marketing sales.

Or you can use the Golden Ratio by Rallyverse:

  1. 30 per cent Owned
  2. 60 per cent Curated
  3. 10 per cent Promotional

Or the Rule of  Thirds:

  1. 1/3 of your updates are about you and your content
  2. 1/3 of your updates are for sharing content from others and surfacing ideas
  3. 1/3 of your updates are based on personal interactions that build your brand

5. Streamline & Structure

Time to Invest: 25 Mins

Put all of these together in a planning tool that you are comfortable with. Set date and time for every stage of research, conceptualization, writing, and editing. Google spreadsheets, Google calendar, Basecamp, Trello, Todoist are a few of the tools you can use. 


Make sure to put up the SEO keywords you want to inculcate in your content in the structure of your content. Maintaining a calendar gives you a resource to refer to later. You can track back on the updates you posted and you can review your posting rhythm and consistency before you plan your next.

6. Schedule Your Posts

Time to Invest: 30 Mins

It is nearly impossible for you to manually plan, schedule and publish posts for each social channel at its peak times. But you don’t have to worry as the tech industry has come to your rescue. You can use automated tools to upload your content as per schedule. 

This will also ensure that you meet your deadlines as well. Buffer, Hootsuite, Zoho and Sprinklr are some of the tools that you can use.

We understand that this can sound intimidating! But, don’t worry, we can help you out! 

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How to make your content go viral?

The traditional media would decide for consumers what was worth watching, what they would watch, and what would become popular. This circumstance has changed drastically, thanks to the internet and social media. The power shift has allowed people to interact, share and even create their content. There are 2400 tweets, 95 million photos and videos shared on Instagram every day. This has led to a rise of a new phenomenon: virality.

Jonah Berger, the author of Contagious: Why Things Catch On, used to read a page of the Wall Street Journal which included a list of five most read and five most shared articles of the day. He always wondered why what was read and what was shared were often different. It might seem to us that there was randomness as to which content would go viral.

 Making your content go viral might seem like an uncontrollable process to you. Do you feel that you need divine intervention to make your content go viral? Some researchers argue that this process is not just a fortunate combination of events. Rather, it’s a phenomenon that can be controlled. 

The process involves curating content, producing your content, distributing it to the social mechanism which is influenced by peer-to-peer sharing conduit. You might feel that you cannot control the working of the social mechanism. You need to tap into a certain distinctiveness of viral content that would stimulate people to watch and share.

The content has to be curated and produced before the social mechanism comes into play. This is the stage where you are in control, opposite to the social mechanism when it is already published when you might have limited control.

We know you have gone through Berger’s STEPPS and you already have a guideline ready on how to make your content go viral. We dug deeper into a little more research. This is what you should ensure to make your content go viral :

Be Findable:

You know that consumers won’t search for your content if you want them to make your content go viral. Then why do you think we are asking you to be findable? Most of the content that went viral was discovered by the ‘Consumer Zero’ while they were searching for some other content.

Hashtags and links are the carriers that will make your content go viral. Use frequently used and trending hashtags along with new, unique ones. Place your link in a spot that is accessible and easy to find. Keep your username simple and catchy so that the consumer doesn’t have to make an effort to remember you.

Having a standard display picture or a logo across all platforms of content creation will increase your findability. Incorporating value-added SEO keywords into your content will increase the visibility of your content. In the case of written content, your title will attract new viewers. Write a compelling title.

We love stories. Reading, hearing, and enacting a story is one of the favourite pastimes of the people. Do you know why? Stories are nothing but an emotional rollercoaster. Marketing Researcher Thales Texeira feels it is important to create maximum emotional excitement quickly. But don’t go all overboard with emotions.

Pulse the emotionally heavy-hitting points with gaps in your content as if cleansing the palate. Use simple language to communicate your ideas. Create a segway between parts of your content to ensure continuity. Make use of short and crisp sentences in your content. Make sure you display words for enough time for the consumers to read and understand your video content.

Be Digestible:

Understand the significance of the KISS principle- Keep it short and simple. You need to attract the attention of your consumer in the first 10 sec. Use fewer graphics and more infographics to convey your content in short.

A catchy song or a tune in the video will attract consumers to your content. Using a tune or a song already in trend or is being repeated by the other creators will create a sense of familiarity. Consumers will also be drawn to content that will have some resemblance to the content they already came across. Offer practical solutions that can be replicated, wherever possible. Consumers will find it more relatable. Berger suggests that the promise of practical value often leads to successful content.

Be Shareable:

Breaking through the noise and going viral is the direct result of having a viral coefficient above 1. A viral coefficient is the total number of new viewers generated by one existing viewer. A viral coefficient above 1 means the content has viral growth and is growing, and a coefficient below 1 means that sharing growth is diminishing.

Place your shareable link to your content at prominent places across the platform that you are sharing the content on. Upload contents in a format that can be shared through different operating systems. Consumers share content that fulfils two features: how positive the message is and how excited they feel by the message.

It has been observed that amusing and arousing content with a positive message has been shared more frequently than less amusing content. Curiosity, Amazement, Interest, Astonishment, Uncertainty are emotions that you should tap on.

Be Actionable:

Your content shouldn’t be just to consume and then forget about it. Make your consumer do something productive through your content. Create content that will make them respond to you. You can share a gist of your content on a micro-platform and apply a ‘CTA’ (call to action) feature at the end. We believe in leading by example. So, here is how we take action.

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This is why you need a Content Strategy!

We all have heard the adage ‘Customer is King’.
Back then, our King had limited options to choose from and also our King made compromises. The king couldn’t get a particular product in the way they wanted. Thanks to Digital Marketing, the customers or consumers can find anything that they want in a few clicks. They also have varied options to choose from. 

While this is great news for you as a consumer, it is not necessarily great news for you as a creator. Consumers can be easily distracted with a 15s Reel. Will the consumer be engaged with you even after those 15 secs?

Yes! if you have good quality content. This proves that now, ‘Content is King’. 

While huge billboards, Ads in newspapers can earn you a few consumers, you will have to shell out a huge sum for it. Organically earning consumers will take your creation a long way.

So, How do you attract consumers the organic way? The answer is Content Marketing. 

Your content will do the marketing for you. Conversion rates are 6x higher for Content Marketing adopters, as per a study conducted by Aberdeen.  As a creator, you should pay attention to what is the content on your platform. Finding out if it draws consumers’ attention or not. This means you need to have a Content Strategy. Building up a content strategy is not as simple as building up a content calendar.

Let us take a look at Disha’s content strategy.


Disha is transitioning from being a teenager to being an adult. She thought she should share her life journey through her Instagram account. She wanted to share her insights on urban gardening, her reviews on books that she religiously reads every day, and also help others with techniques involved in calligraphy and origami. Disha understood that she will be getting attention from consumers that have an interest in either of these activities. She aimed to influence these consumers in the other activity that she is interested in and thereby building a community of her own. You need to be as clear as Disha with your aim and build your content strategy and not just the content calendar.

Why should you have a Content Strategy?

1. It helps you cut costs!

As per DemandMetric, Content marketing costs 62% less than traditional marketing. If you have a content strategy you can plan things ahead of time and predict the cost to broadcast this content ahead of time. Thereafter, you can nick down what is not necessary and tailor your budget accordingly.

2. Plan for Actions and Reactions

Just like you predicted costs, you can also predict the reaction that you might get from the consumers to your content. You can use your problem-solving skills and keep your plan of action ready.

3. Engage your Audience

We all know about the Instagram influencer duo, Abhi and Niyu (@abhiandniyu). Their content strategy was to provide practical solutions to everyday problems which the consumers felt were not solvable at their end. Most of the Indians on the internet eagerly wait for Abhi and Niyu’s next Reel on Instagram, now. To build such a loyal audience, you need to focus on creating good quality content. Engage with your ideal audience through the content. Respond to their comments and messages.

4. Develop a Community 

Consumers need good quality content. Your clear content strategy will guide you to post relatable content of quality and this will make the audience come to you. You can build their trust with your credible content. They will reach out to you on your DM, through emails, and while you all exchange ideas, tips, and tricks with each other; you will build a community. This leads to a formation of a long term relationship which will help you generate leads for your product and services later.

5. Prepare for Tomorrow!

Consumers trust the good old WOM (Word of Mouth). This kind of marketing has now transformed into Content Marketing. Your consumers or followers are going to share your content with their friends and family. They will share it with friends and that’s where you are going to get a surplus of followers. When you have your loyal followers sharing your content, you don’t have to spend a dime on marketing and you can simply go with the flow. 78% of CMOs believe that content marketing is the future of marketing. Invest in your content strategy today and you will be prepared for it tomorrow!

With so many content creators out there, you will become invisible, This is why you need a content strategy so that your audience gets associated with your content and they reach out to you. 

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