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Giveaway of the day — Site Content Analyzer

Site Content Analyzer - Professional website content parser.
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Site Content Analyzer was available as a giveaway on November 16, 2009!

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Site Content Analyzer is a professional website content analyzer and parser. It allows you to view at the content of your website and find the bottle-necks of your keyword strategy, reveal weak keywords an underoptimized phrases, uncover the most significant and weighty keywords and pages of your website.

With Site Content Analyzer 3 you can:

  • Discover the most relevant keywords for your business
  • Work not only with single keywords, but also with keyword phrases
  • Analyze websites of your competitors to learn their keywords
  • Learn the keyword density
  • Find out which pages are under-optimized
  • Learn the weight of your keywords and phrases to know if they are relevant to your niche
  • Investigate the links within your site
  • and more..

System Requirements:

Windows 2000/XP/Vista; CPU 1,5 GHz, 512 MB RAM, Internet access





File Size:

3.83 MB



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I've been strok'n keyboards long before Win 3.1 came out. I've seen all kinds of programs and even assisted in developing some. This program has definate value worth mentioning. The interface is not hard on the eye's and does provide valueable info to those that "know" what to look for and how to read the data infront of them. SEO is no simple tasks...unless you PPC, then you don't have to know diddly. You could have the most optimized website on the internet and it will still get trumped by a $0.20 PPC advertiser with a junky 2 bit website. There are so many variables in SEO that you could spend thousands and only end up at the bottom of first page results. The key is "relevance". How relevant are the words on your website related to the keywords a person uses when searching. I used to spend a grand a month on google click-thru's. Until I did a lot of reading and playing with keywords I was able to cut that expense in half.

This program is excellent. I've looked in the past for similar and didn't find a whole heck of a lot. This is a decent program which could use more explanations as to what actions to take based on the results instead of just what the results show. But, let's think about that...if they were to tell you what needed to be done, they'd only be hurt'n the same industry that's putt'in food on their table.

Good job...eagerly looking forward to your next release.

Thumbs up to GAOTD because without them...we'd still be wishing there was a site like this. End of story.

Semper Fi to all the leathernecks out there.

Reply   |   Comment by WinMaster  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

To #25 Lynne: the FTC may well be about to require that all 'shills' report themselves, but that's likely to be in the US of A. There's actually more to the universe than one country. Copenhagen wants a world government, but it hasn't happened yet.

Have a look at Ccleaner to see what unnecessary files you have on your notebook.

Reply   |   Comment by Phaedron  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Will not run with Vista 64 Bit.
To bad too because I really wanted to use it!!

Reply   |   Comment by Jerry  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Program installed & activated with no difficulties. Ran an analysis of the one website I've done, which produced an amazing 536 page report. I agree, the report would be impressive to show a client. For the amount of work done, it ran quickly enough.

Now, I need to learn more about SEO and add appropriate keywords, something I've not done much of. The site hasn't gotten much traffic; perhaps we have a problem with the frames someone mentioned above? The blog (www.siggyscafe.com/blog) does get visitors thru search engines, but I am hoping this can be improved using the data Site Content Analyzer provided.

Really impressed with the details; every option & setting I tried worked correctly; one can change many parameters (column order, color, pages included/excluded, word length/compound words & many other settings can be refined; report can be exported into other, non-proprietary formats (HTML, PDF, RTF are a few), etc...

A VERY impressive program. Of all the programs downloaded from GOTD, this is among the most professional. I've been involved with software for over 30 years, since pre-PC days, and love freeware (!), so I try out a lot of them, although I don't usually comment.

As always, thanks GOTD and everyone. I learn a lot reading comments, following links for software & websites.

P.S. Fubar, finally you actually approve of a program (!) That should carry some weight here.

Reply   |   Comment by MichaelC  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

In response to http://www.c4micros.com on why you're not getting traffic....duh...your site sucks.
1. Why do you even place your site in that frame?
2. Graphic design? Helloooo? Colors? Come on...it looks like a 5 year chose those colors!
3. Why is the title "Home"? That's not very descriptive or helpful.
4. I think your site is scaring people away rather than helping. If I saw this site I would see the poor site design and not trust the quality of your product to be any better. Keep in mind that first impresssions are very important.
Sorry to have to give it to you straight.

Reply   |   Comment by SDTriathlete  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

#22, thanks for the DEP link, I definitely needed it. Cleverstat (GOD), you should include the DEP link (or customized explicit instructions) in the installation instructions. DEP is easy to turn on and forget. When it causes a problem it is rarely obvious that DEP is the root cause. ie I know enough to have decided to turn it on, but I would not have made the connection when the installation failed.

Install no problem, Activation an issue. During Activation even though I so no to all of the "options" it tried to install some sort of monitor. Since I said no to everything I consider that install SPYWARE! Fortunately it failed, but the activation worked. 2 thumbs up and 1 thumb down for install & activation.

When I ran it against a friend's site with a couple of dozen pages it ran quickly, a minute or two. I didn't notice CPU usage but machine was still responsive during run. From the other comments, and program intent, I would expect that it fully uses one "CPU" or Core. On an older single CPU/Core machine, it would be fully locked up but on newer dual and quad core machines it would use 1 of 2 or 1 of 4 CPUs, ie reported as up to 50% or 25% CPU use. It is reasonable to expect that scanning through pages counting occurrences of words would be CPU intensive.

I noticed immediately that the button bar had a "hints" box at right end. Nice feature. users note: there is also green question mark (help) that displays a legend of color meanings specific to each view/report. To the designers, maybe you could make that "button" more obvious (move it to left side?).

About the "RED" an "BLACK" words, the red simply means that there is a word the program thinks is a keyword that search engines could use. You, as the designer have to decide which words you want to concentrate upon based on your knowledge of the purpose of the site and the specific page.

After quick browse through the help file I was pleased. It has good instructions for using the program features. I think it has a better help file than the average GOD offering I've looked at.

I haven't got time to do a thorough test, but after a quick look I intend to keep it for further review. As one other comment pointed out, the target for this tool is very narrow, web site builders who ALSO do Search Engine Optimization.

Reply   |   Comment by Ron  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)


I've been visiting GAOTD for over a year now, and this is the first time I ever saw someone give a review that matches typical Ashraf standard. Thank you for making the time to share and explain, and nicely.

Admittedly, all those negative mentions, worthy ones at that, had me reluctant. Just so happens my fifth computer arrived today, with quad dual core and all that, so, GAOTD and Site Analyzer herein gives us a chance to see what it can do.

NOTE TO EVERYONE: If you are a web designer, programs like this do NOT come along very often where we do not have to pay. Most of the paid programs I've used SUCK a big wazoo; SITE ANALYZER appears to provide more than you may realize with just a few glances.
This is an unusual occurence, for me to ROUNDLY suggest you try a GAOTD offering.

Thank you to GAOTD and SITE ANALYZER... PS TO ASHRAF: How DARE you take a day off? Didn't you get a day off last year also? Geez, next thing you'll be wanting paychecks and lunch breaks :-)

Reply   |   Comment by Dell  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

This is probably good for those who have naughty pics sites, but for text based sites it doesn't do much at all.

Reply   |   Comment by Petersum  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)

My first post. Looked over the reviews and decided to try it.
Works well on XP Pro and Vista Business (both 32bit).
You're allowed the ability to generate reports but aren't allowed to insert the Author's Name or the Client's name so this program has limitations.

My 2¢ Mac

Reply   |   Comment by TeacherMac  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Program installed fine on Vista HP 32-bit. However, when I started Firefox this morning all my bookmarks were missing! Though I can't say for sure that this program is the culprit, installing it was the last thing I did last night and starting FF was the first thing I did this morning. Circumstantial evidence indicates the program is responsible. Has anyone else had this problem?

Fortunately, reinstalling Firefox restored my bookmarks!

Reply   |   Comment by shegeek72  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

Hi guys first report ever but felt it had to be said as a SEO guy this is good fun but that is where it stops, has wrong ideas about everything SEO, for instance why does the company not rank 1 in all search engines for its own website?

That should be enough to swing it one way or another lol

More Validation software like xhtml validator to help the newbies much better than this to help the masses understand Design and SEO.

Reply   |   Comment by Domain Holdings  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

It also did not uninstall correctly, until I physically went to the folder and ran the uninstall.exe.

Reply   |   Comment by SloppyGoat  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-10)

I tried it, and it listed a bunch of random words that can be found on my forum. Only one was red, but I agree, this is a pretty worthless program, since it really doesn't tell you much of anything. I've ran plenty of other keyword analyzers and they all seem to have different opinions anyway.

Reply   |   Comment by SloppyGoat  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-11)

I have always wanted a tool like this to enable me to find web sites that were similar to a web site that I was looking at. I tried it out on a single web page without the related links. The parsing was accomplished almost immediately, with no wait time. This is a great little program. They do try to sell you the Offline Explorer for more involved projects, but you can check to not ask you again.

Reply   |   Comment by Jim  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

This is a unique giveaway intended for a more narrow public audience. Our company outsourced our web site development, but I'm always interested in how compare with others in attracting viewers. This giveaway is very helpful. I did not read any help or go to the creators website, I just ran loaded and ran it on our website. I found the results will make a difference for me in what I will modify and what I will focus my message on. I found I am not using important words and phrases that I really want to represent us. I need to change that.

This giveaway is extremely valuable for anyone who relies on the web for revenue or attention. It is a must-have for anyone who develops web content or web code.

I ran the default settings first to go three levels deep (which covered the entire website, with a server download level of 5. I reviewed the words, then explored the preferences. I added a few phrases of words that I wanted to combine, like the product name, key industry terms, like performance support, and then ran the reports. I can even generate a report for a client. This provided great insight in how I want to change my messaging from a marketing and sales standpoint.

I am interested in running this on other organizations similar to mine, either partner or competitor to see how their messaging compares. I serve on a board for a non profit organization. I'm looking forward to running this on that site to learn about common words, phrases, links. I am sure that I will find a few words and phrases that we want a higher priority on. Very powerful giveaway.

Win XP, SP3, 2GB

Reply   |   Comment by DanPeay  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+12)

I downloaded, installed and activated the program with no difficulty. For my first test of this program, I used GaotD's website set at 0 (the current page only) level. The program ran so quickly I couldn't get much performance information, so I tried something bigger – my favourite tech news website (www.redorbit.com) at the 1 level (current + all pages under it) NOW, it's giving it something to chew on!

Unfortunately perhaps too much – I have too many things to do to have my computer dedicated to unpaid testing. So I didn't allow it to finish. I did see though, at no time was the CPU usage over the 25% average over my quad core. I did notice that during the long test, the amount of memory used kept continuously increasing and went from 16 to 149Mb – I wonder if there might be a memory leak somewhere. For the short test, it averaged at 16Mb and peaked at 50Mb.

I'm not sure why there were so many complaints about the help content. I found it to be pretty complete. I will concede that my professional expertise is primarily with the big legacy mainframe computer systems. However, I've been using these little “micro” computers since the days of TRS-80 and the Apple IIc. So while I don't claim to know ANYTHING about internet site analysis, I have had DECADES of experience as the user of help files!

That being the case, I thought it was great how much information was provided in the content section of the SCA's help file. It even included a dictionary (I believe they incorrectly labelled it a thesaurus) that explained the terms. Under the "Support" tab on the developer's website, they even included the "Ultimate SEO Tutorial" so newbies (to the world of search engine ranking, like me) can learn about how to use a product like this. The only flaw I could find is that there are some small typo's (e.g. “pint” instead of “print”) and the search portion of the “index” didn't work correctly. So complaints about the help file mystify me.

I produced a site analysis report – it was very complete, and had a very professional appearance. If I were a web site developer, I would be absolutely comfortable presenting this report to a customer.

So I can't do anything but strongly recommend Site Content Analysis 3 – it is easy to use, provides a comprehensive help file, doesn't require excessive system resources, and produces professional quality output.

I actually HAVE called up my European friends that DO use tools like this to let them know that this product be available today for free. I just don't understand why this program is getting such poor ratings. Are the “reviewers” actually running the program before giving it 1 star ratings?

Oh - a final note - there were complaints about it only handling English and Russian. That is untrue - it will analyse web pages written in ANY language (you could analyse a webpage written in Klingon for SCAv3 cares), it's only the program itself that can only be operated by someone who understands English or Russian.

My System: HP Pavilion d5200t (running under Vista Ultimate SP1 64-bit) w/4Gb RAM, 1000Gb RAID HDD, NVidia GeForce 9800 GT video card w/512Mb memory.

Downloaded using Mozilla Firefox 3.5.5

Reply   |   Comment by Doug S  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+35)

John (#17)- Hang in there. As on December 1, 2009 all the rules will change.

The FTC will require all shills to announce that they are actually paid spokespersons.

I really want to download and use this program - but my laptop keeps telling me that I am running out of disk space. I'm afraid to download anything else.

Reply   |   Comment by Lynne  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

I find this software to be EXTREMELY useful! It installed quickly, ran efficiently and as expected. The results that it produced are awesome and will be SO so useful in improving my sites SEO and traffic. I would definitely pay the price to have this software (but thanks to GAOTD, don't have too.) This software is and essential for anyone working in web development.

Thank you GAOTD!

Reply   |   Comment by Gale  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Forgot to mention an alternative...


I think the first one is much better in comparable tools, but the 2nd one also has some useful tools for webmasters.

Reply   |   Comment by Spitt  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+12)

It didnt work for me until I added it to my allowed list in Data Executable Protection list.

Info for it is available here - http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Change-Data-Execution-Prevention-settings

Reply   |   Comment by Spitt  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)

I found this to be a very useful program. I tried it on 3 of my sites, and I can definitely see where I need some improvement.
I did find it very interesting to note that, as another commenter mentioned, the saved result can be HUGE in comparison with the actual website. One of the sites I checked, which is only 6.89 MB, resulted in a Site Content Analyzer results file of 38.7 MB!
However, all in all, I appreciate this Giveaway. With all of the repetitions of types of programs offered, I haven't downloaded one in a long time, but I definitely found this to be worthwhile.
Thanks again GOTD!

Reply   |   Comment by Diana  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+13)

#12 the reason your site is invisible to search engines is because your navigation is done through iframes loaded by JavaScript. If you want this site found by Google you need to dump the iframes and the JavaScript navigation.

Reply   |   Comment by Paul  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+26)

According to the comments, I will not be trying this. However I would be happy to hear about alternative Softwares for this (if this is not that good).

Reply   |   Comment by Kamal  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-13)

In reply to http://www.c4micros.com/ you do not get a single visitor because:
- there are frames, and so search engines can not read and index the content of your web pages
- there are javascripts (IF... then writeln...) that search engines can not read
- there is no MetaTags description, no keywords and no title, but just and only <title> Home </title>
- there is no content in your BODY area but just "Internet Browser has to support Frames, DHTML, CSS and JavaScript"...

Reply   |   Comment by Gerard  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+35)

I would have really like to have tried this because I'm getting ready to start my own website. Unfortunately it doesn't work with Windows 7 so I won't be able to use it.

I won't rate it, that would be unfair, but I do hope they come out with a windows 7 version.

Thanks anyway, perhaps next time.

Vidimo Se!

Reply   |   Comment by Steelers6  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

I am surprised that nobody has mentioned the desktop icon which opens up all of your programs on your hard drive, each program having a brilliant graphic icon. I feel like I have got an Apple Mac!

For my site, a simple blog, it was a breeze getting results quite fast!

Reply   |   Comment by Robert Hodgson  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

I think a program like this is GREAT! I've been working on my website lately, as it seems like we've disappeared from the face of the earth! I know this is our slow time of the year, but I have found from past years that (about now) Google seems to make drastic changes in their formulas for rankings. Trying to keep up with SEO is a challenge and this program has some very helpful possibilities!!

Reply   |   Comment by copmom  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)

I like the program. Installed perfectly. I ran it and did the "worse case scenerio" as the instructions warned me about (I parsed the website online with the program!) It indeed used 49% CPU but I would not have even checked that had someone not mentioned it. It scanned my extensive site and was finished in less time than it took me to go get a coffee. Within two minutes of looking at the data, I see where I have work to do on my site - I had no idea!

I don't know why all the negative reviews on this one. It's a keeper!

Reply   |   Comment by jackam  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+26)

Nice software. Now I get it why my site www.c4micros.com does not have a single visitor! It just shows 8 words:dhtml, frames, javascript, css, internet, home, support!Any reason why?

Reply   |   Comment by Praveen  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-21)

I agree with #6, wordperfect. Requires a DEP exception if you have DEP enabled for everything. Large number of options and configuration settings. Nice report preview. This is the personal version, not the business version, so has some report restrictions. "Red color denotes keywords and phrases with low weight."

Reply   |   Comment by Fubar  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+50)

Have downloaded, registered and tested the software. Found no problems with it at all. Everything went very smooth.

The software is not for novice web designers. It requires at least an average knowledge of SEO. If you have that knowledge, maneuvering around the program is quite easy.

I have always hand coded my web sites - and done quite well. Most of them appear on the first or second page of Google and Yahoo. I would not consider meself an expert web designer - it is more of a hobby than anything else. I can see where this program could have reduced a lot of my SEO coding time, and after doing a test run on some pages, can see where it can be used to improve my search engine placement.

My only complaint about the program is that it has only two languages: English and Russian. I do not know if the program can be tweaked to at least pick out similar words in other languages and then define placement percentages.

All in all - the program seems to do what it says it will do, Again, it does require knowledge of SEO and the help section gives limited information in that area. There are plenty of free SEO reference materials on the web. For the price - Free - I can't find any fault with the program at all. Would I pay for the program? Probably not. I have more time than anything else and I am a cheap ba*tard.

Old Codger

Reply   |   Comment by OldCodger  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+59)

I am not sure why people are worried about the CPU usage of analysis-heavy applications. They obviously not worked with scientific apps (GIS, statistics, etc), nor remember the DOS/Windows 3.x days. Unless you have multi-core computers, you _should_ expect high CPU usage for any kind of major analysis tools, such as content analysis.

I do not work wit web site content or pages, so I cannot say whether today's program, Site Content Analyzer, does what it says it should, but if I were to run it on anything but a trivial web site, then that is the task at the moment; time to get a coffee while it does its thing. (time for a coffee anyway)

Reply   |   Comment by Cornyfleur  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+27)

I'm impressed! Unlike the other guys above, i've had no problem at all! I've tested it with a couple of my sites and i'm satisfied. The Help section does have information about the colors. I don't care about the resource intensiveness because what it analyzes can be helpful to get more $$$ from my sites. Come on, SEO is all about money after all! No need to bother CPU usage. Again, many thanks :)

Reply   |   Comment by HipHopJuumla  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+33)

Why would anyone need a help page to interpret results? You simply count up the number of black words and red words, divide them to get the miles per gallon, and post that on your myspace page so others can see your web site's carbon footprint.

Reply   |   Comment by MadisonAvenue  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-40)

In reply to #2,3,4,5 [as it stands on my screen.]
First, it worked fine on my machine, installed and set up quickly. I ran one of the pages I am designing over it and it ran through very quickly, producing a table of key words, as it says on the lid.

As for CPU use, ahhh, well I am no expert but in my experience any prog that does this sort of work is going to use a bit more than an Email, the System Requirements suggest a reasonable amount of muscle is needed. I experienced no sluggishness or impact on the other apps running, having said that, I do run a fairly robust machine.

Basic? I don't know what you are expecting, but I would not go as far as to say it is basic, it gives rather a lot of info, for sure you can do this yourself with a pen, paper and calculater, if you have a few hours, and most of those I have tried with a view to purchase do pretty much the same. I guess there are "heavier weight Industrial Strengths" out there but not for free or anywhere near the recommended price. This is a quick comment as, like most of these apps, it will take a bit of time to put thru its paces and see exactly what it can do.

Lastly, the help. Maybe you were in too much of a hurry, the help is quite extensive if you take the time to look, and no, red isn't a bad keyword, it means tht the word appears in your html coding or such.
There are a variety of screens to select which gives the info analysed from different perspectives.

IMHO, if you have a website and know a little bit about design, html, keywords and SEO and don't want to pay for a studio to go over your site, this is a useful tool. You do need to be able to think about the results and apply them. If you don't know what you are doing then it is a waste of your time.

In short, it does what it says, quickly and efficiently producing data for you to exploit but you can't make a snap judgement after 3 minutes of use.

Reply   |   Comment by wordperfect  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+118)

Update to my previous post. I saved the project - my 1.3 MB site saved as 60 MB. It took several minutes to save (running at 50 - 75% CPU), and when I loaded it, it took several minutes (running again 50 - 75% CPU).

I'm uninstalling this - way too long for saving/loading and the file size is HUGE compared to the site's size.

If the program had decent functionality, I would keep it, but the help isn't helpful, so I'm not sure how to interpret the results. The help on the site reads more like an ad than a help page. The included help goes over the options, but not the results, so no help there either.

Reply   |   Comment by CodesAway  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+48)

Ok, I'm not impressed. It scanned my site and parsed it fine (as far as I can tell). I noticed it did take a lot of CPU (at 50% the entire time it was parsing).

After it finished, I have a bunch of red and black keywords, but not sure what any of it means - the site and help file aren't much help.

I'm going to look at it some more, but it would be nice if the site had a "tutorial" that would say what the data means, what the "take away is", and tell us what we should focus on. I mean, I presume red means "bad", but what's wrong with it and how to fix it?

The developer should give more detail as to what to do with the output, because, right now, it looks to me like an over-glorified word counter.

Reply   |   Comment by CodesAway  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+70)

doesnt do much, :( heavy on resources

Reply   |   Comment by mimrah  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+23)

Very basic, and I can't get it to scan my website fully :( not impressed, uninstalled.

Reply   |   Comment by Mat  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+57)

OMG! I'm working on my website right at this moment (writing some content) and i was worried about keyword density. I do hope it'll tell me the density information and other useful staffs. Thanks :)

Reply   |   Comment by HipHopJuumla  –  14 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-123)
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Please decorate the room with your friend.
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