A serious talk about spam. It has come to my attention that I am being watched. Not big news, of course, paranoid people have been saying this since time immemorial. My post is backed up by an analytical mind and research statistics. Well, actually the clever data which comes with a WordPress account. My theme […]
The comments section is a really awesome and fun place however there are some unwritten rules that you might want to follow to get the best experience out of it: 1. Don’t Spam Others- The more you blog and the more your blog grows the more spammers you’ll get. Firstly there are the obvious spammers that […]
It is all connected. The summer before my sophomore year of high school, a few weeks before I was to begin at a new school, I made my very first Instagram account. I went out to my backyard, found a pretty dandelion, and excitedly snapped a picture. I poured over the filters for an eternity […]
If there’s one freelance role that a large number of people want to get it’s social media marketing. Why? Because it’s a business concept that is interesting, on trend and a lot of fun to manage. Social media marketing is hard work, but the actual role itself can be a lot of fun. That’s why […]
Yeah, yeah, I know what you’re thinking. Blogging IS social media. Well, you’re right. But you also need to take advantage of other social media platforms, if you want to find readers. Yes, that’s how it usually goes: you find readers, not the other way around. So, here are four fantastic tips if you’re a […]
Samsung is taking its time bringing the Galaxy Fold back to market. And frankly, that’s probably for the best. The Note debacle from a few years back was an important lesson about what happens when you rush a product back to market. That one resulted in a second recall — PR nightmae upon PR nightmare.…
It’s a bungle that has floored botanists around the globe and embarrassed the Australian government. How did 105 priceless and irreplaceable historical plant specimens, sent here by the French, end up being destroyed by biosecurity officers?
BRITS are forking out up to 60 per cent MORE for No7 beauty products in Boots than US shoppers. Even though the pharmacy’s own brand range of products is made in the UK, US shoppers are scooping a hefty discount on the exact same products, …
IMAGINE relocating to the Bahamas – it would certainly make a difference from the monotony of the office. One luxury hotel called Baha Mar in Nassau – which cost over £3billion to build – is hiring someone to hang out with its flamingos.
Amazon’s virtual assistant Alexa could be getting an upgrade in the near future. Amazon is joining the ranks of Google and Apple in creating its own custom processing chips for AI, according to a report (paywall) from The Information. This potential chip would give Alexa devices, like the Amazon Echo, the ability to transcribe and…