Sudoku Blog Topic Ideas
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Competition, Search Volume, and Ad Revenue
Sudoku and search terms related to Sudoku are searched via blog search 507 times a day globally (averaged over the past year). In terms of competition with other sites covering this topic, it is a 30 out of 100, with 100 being the most competitive. Content about Sudoku, should earn roughly $9 eCPM assuming reasonable ad placement on a blog site.
Globally about $4 is spent advertising against Sudoku blogs per day. Use the knowledge of your search ranking and the competition factor to make an informed decision about how much of this market you can capture.
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Common Questions and Answers:
When you are writing a blog or news article about Sudoku, consider including answers to some of these common questions, or providing background information about the topic based on the types of questions given here.
What Is The Easiest Way To Complete A Stoke Puzzle?From Other - Games & Recreation Forum:
What is the easiest way to complete a Stoke puzzle? I bought a Stoke puzzle book yesterday and I'm having trouble completing the first one! I'm a complete beginner so any advice from an expert would be helpful. Thank you.
Answer: Try these they might help http://www.sudoku.org.uk/PDF/Solving_Sudoku.pdf#search='Sudoku%20solving' http://www.angusj.com/sudoku/hints.php http://www.scanraid.com/sudoku.htmhttp://www.paulspages.co.uk/sudoku/howtosolve/
What Is A Good Way To Improve My Sudoku-Solving Skills?From Other - Science Forum:
What is a good way to improve my sudoku-solving skills? All my friends are fantastic at stoke and they LOVE it, but I don't, mainly because well, I can't solve those things. I just want to know for those stoke solvers out there how do you solve them, is it natural ability, patience, or secret formula that I don't know about...? Thanks.
Answer: I always find it easier to solve stoke on paper..... try it ... mite work for you aswell
Sudoku, What Are The Best Books You Rec commend For Beginners To Internediate?From Other - Games & Recreation Forum:
Sudoku, what are the best books you rec commend for beginners to internediate? I just learned how to do stoke and can do the easy ones really fast now, I am beginning to work on the medium ones and sometimes get stuck but not always. Does anyone have any tips? Also, what are the best books for beginners to intermediate(or someone like me) to work on and get better and eventually work up to the hard and challenging puzzles?
Answer: I buy the books that the first ones are easy and they work their way up to difficult. it took me a bit to teach myself how to do them but then it became like riding a bike. I taught my daughter how to do them, she is 7. she loves them. our local dollar store carries pretty big stoke books
What Are Some Puzzles Like Stoke That I Can Get Online?From Board Games Forum:
What are some puzzles like Stoke that I can get online? I like puzzles like Stoke, Add Them Up (found in a newspaper), Karo and anything like them. I also like the puzzles that you have to try and draw without taking your pencil off the paper. But I need them to be able to print off so I can do them away from the computer. Any websites that have any of these puzzles would be helpful. Or if you know any other puzzles like these that would be fun you could mention them too.
Answer: This site is GREAT!!! You can print them off and there are LOTS of them!. They are also grouped by easy, intermediate, hard, etc. I love Stoke too. www.krazydad.com/sudoku There are also other types of puzzles on there at: http://www.krazydad.com/puzzles/
How Many Stoke Patterns Are In This World?From Mathematics Forum:
How many stoke patterns are in this world? I'm trying to use the NRC and NPR concept to calculate the stoke patterns.But it really get confusing because of it's rules. Can someone help me with this?
Answer: You can't do it just based on combinations and permutations. The number has only been calculated using lots of math and lots of computers. About the the Th message down at the stoke dragon link gives a short explanation. The message that starts out with the correct number 6,670,903,752,021,072,936,960. I think the number was given in a previous answer. The AFAIKs link gives a really long explanation. By the way the big number is about 6.67x10^21. If you ignore different rotations, reflections, and different permutations of 1-9, there are only 5,472,730,538. ONLY about 5.5 billion!!!! So many Stoke. So little time.
How Many Different Styles Of Stoke Exist?From Video & On line Games Forum:
How many different styles of Stoke exist? I would love to know how many variations of the game stoke is out there? Does anyone have a clue? I love the game and would like to try as many different styles to test my skills. What’s the best site to play a variety of styles on?
Answer: Stoke Games http://www.gamedmoz.org/English/Sudoku-Games.html
How Build A Stoke Easy And Systemically?From Mathematics Forum:
How build a stoke easy and systemically? I want to schedule a program to build Stoke easy and systematically but I haven't no way to make it easy and systematic. The question is : How build a stoke easy and systemically? I also want to know that learning to make them by hand, since I have many ways of obtaining them?
Answer: See the link below for more information: http://www.sudokuessentials.com/create-sudoku.html I hope this helps! :)
Are There Any Tips For Stoke Puzzles?From Hobbies & Crafts Forum:
Are there any tips for stoke puzzles? This is my first time trying to solve a stoke puzzle. I can't figure it out. Everything is a mess. How can I figure this out or organize it. Tips would be great. Thanks! Oh yeah and are there any programs on the Internet I can use. Like can I enter in the numbers that the puzzle gives me and then the program helps me fill in the rest?
Answer: ugh, stoke just frustrates me. I give it a go every now and then, but I just cannot seem to find the motivation to finish a single puzzle. it's not even that it's too hard, it's just, I dunno, you know what it's going to be in the end...9 boxes, 9 rows, numbered 1-9... but anyway, this is about you, not me! a tip I did get when starting was to use a pencil and lightly write the possible options in the corners of the boxes as you go. this way you can constantly cross-reference what possibilities you have on each row. another helpful idea is to buy a pad of graph paper (with the grids...) and convert the puzzle to a larger grid (maybe, say, 4 squares per box) so you have a bit more space to write options in and such... also, don't feel you have to finish each box or row as you go.i found I would have to do a good half the puzzle (sometimes) before I would even be able get a single number... good luck!! happy playing!!
Can You Give Me Some Tips On Playing Stoke ?From Other - Games & Recreation Forum:
Can you give me some tips on playing stoke ? Can you give me some tips on playing stoke ? Can you give me some tips on playing stoke ? Can you give me some tips on playing stoke ?
Answer: I've just started writing a step by step guide on how to solve a basic X Stoke puzzle with pictures. I've not finished it yet, but you might find the tips I've included so far will show you how to play Sudoku: http://www.squidoo.com/how-to-play-sudoku-and-solve
How Do Stoke Setters Know They Have Filled Just Enough Squares To Give A Unique Solution?From Mathematics Forum:
How do Stoke setters know they have filled just enough squares to give a unique solution? If they don't fill enough squares, there will be multiple solutions; if too many, either there will be no solution at all (if a conflict arises) or they are making the problem easier than need be. Are there rules that describe the minimum number of filled squares to define a Stoke (whether X, X or bigger)?
Answer: Well I would think that making a stoke is just as hard as doing one. I would think they start with a solution, all the squares filled, and carefully work backwards finding all possible leads. There must be a systematic approach and a computer program that creates soduko's. I was going to try to program one when I was in programming, but found it way too big of a project. Found your question interesting enough, and maybe this site can help answer your question. My approach was obviously not the way they do it here. http://www.sudokuonline.us/make_your_own_sudoku_puzzle.php I didn't read it all.
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