W3vina.COM Free Wordpress Themes Joomla Templates Best Wordpress Themes Premium Wordpress Themes Top Best Wordpress Themes 2012
MP_Girl_SocialMediaBubble

What is the Next Big Thing in Social Media in 2014?

What is the next big thing in social networking? It could be you. We can help you get a better Google, YouTube, Alexa or Instagram ranking. Mohr Publicity is a public relations agency built for the digital universe. We have been in business since 1997 … Continue reading → The post What is the Next Big Thing in Social Media in 2013? appeared first on Mohr Publicity Shopping Cart .

Read the full story

Posted in Instagram, News, Next Big Thing In Social Media, TwitterComments Off

Neil Armstrong’s Lunar Heartbeat Is A Strong, Smooth Bass Line For This John Lennon Cover

Who knew Neil Armstrong’s heartbeat would make such a smooth bass line? On July 20th, 1969, the astronaut became the first person to set foot on the moon, and uttered these famous words: “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Armstrong spent two-and-a-half hours exploring the lunar surface, and somewhat surprisingly, his heart rate during the mission was much lower than expected — even lower than the heart rates of some scientists back at Mission Control. It spiked only once to a rate of 160 beats per minute at the end of the spacewalk. While listening to a radio program about the moon landing, even German-based singer-songwriter Louise Gold became fascinated by Armstrong’s steady beat, and decided to use it as the bass line in a new song — turn up the volume and listen to it in the Youtube video above. “It struck me then that this strong yet peaceful sound could be the perfect rhythm for a song ,” Gold told CNET. She said John Lennon’s “Oh My Love” fit well with how she imagined Armstrong must have felt on that historic day: “peaceful and exhilarated at the same time, a bit like being in love with someone and finding out that this person loves you back,” Gold told online magazine Vice in an email.

Read the full story

Posted in News, YouTubeComments Off

Facebook Now Takes Up About As Much Of Our Time As Grooming Or Chores

American Facebook members spend an average of 40 minutes per day on the social network — about as much time as Americans devote to household chores and personal grooming . Mark Zuckerberg shared the statistic on Facebook usage during an earnings call Wednesday, and qualified it by saying he still sees ample room for growth. Some might balk at the notion that Americans pass about as much time peering at each other on the social network as we do on habits like showering — we average 42 minutes of grooming per day during the week, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics . But the Facebook CEO pointed out that Americans spend a full nine hours each day engaging with all forms of digital media, and hinted he hopes to claim a larger share. A Facebook-sponsored survey of American smartphone owners released last year found that Facebook members checked the site an average of 14 times per day , and spent nearly 33 minutes on it.

Read the full story

Posted in Facebook, NewsComments Off

12 Secret Reasons Why People Like Your Posts on Social Media

You post a Facebook status about Game of Thrones and close your MacBook Pro. You’re preparing Sriracha-infused chicken and waffles when your girlfriend texts you. “Ew. Some ratchet girl with a bitchy resting face just liked your FB status…” You’re puzzled at first. You lick the spicy maple syrup from your fingertips. You then crack open your laptop and log back into Facebook.

Read the full story

Posted in Facebook, Instagram, News, YouTubeComments Off

Net Neutrality Debate Threatens 911 Emergency Services

While the net neutrality debate rages on across the blogosphere and peeks its head out again in Washington, D.C., much of the United States remains either ignorant of net neutrality or ambivalent. A recent poll conducted by Google Consumer Surveys showed that roughly 57 percent of Americans felt they “do not know enough about net neutrality” to make a decision in support or opposition ( Google, 2014 ). Those who do feel informed enough to make a decision support net neutrality rules, but not by a very large margin. While I will not hide my bias towards supporting net neutrality legislation, I will say that the arguments largely proposed for supporting net neutrality misses the bigger picture – critical infrastructure. I would like to address the first of multiple pieces of critical infrastructure that are dependent upon the Internet and its equal treatment of information. These vital services are in the crosshairs if net neutrality is undermined.

Read the full story

Posted in Facebook, News, TwitterComments Off

What are SpiderAnts? How do they Improve Social Media standing?

SpiderAnts are the newest way big companies are growing their social media sites. SpiderAnts are powerful Web Crawlers that have one mission: to send you traffic, followers and fans. A Web Crawler is an Internet entity that systematically browses the World Wide Web, … Continue reading → The post What are SpiderAnts? How do they Improve Social Media standing? appeared first on Mohr Publicity Promotions .

Read the full story

Posted in Instagram, TwitterComments Off

Fake MH17 Facebook Tributes Support Porn Sites, Gambling Ads

Scammers are capitalizing on the tragic Malaysian crash by setting up fake tribute Facebook pages that bring in quick cash. At least six such unauthorized pages have been set up in “memory” of victims killed on the doomed Flight MH17 on Thursday, the Sydney Morning Herald reported. But when users clicked on the sites — they didn’t have the opportunity to honor the dead, they were lead to pop-up ads for online gambling, get-rich-quick schemes, and other suspicious products. Three of the fake pages were set up in the names of children who perished on the flight.

Read the full story

Posted in Facebook, News, TwitterComments Off

The Unregulated World of YouNow

An 11-year-old girl lies on the floor of her bedroom. On the desk behind her is a trophy that clearly identifies her name, her hometown, and the school she attends. She stares at her computer and responds to questions on the screen with a winning sincerity. ‘Do you dance?’, ‘Yes, badly’. ‘Do you have a bf (boyfriend)?’, ‘No, what for?’ She appears to be video-chatting and is comfortable enough to be doing it in a loose t-shirt and pajama shorts. What’s wrong with this picture?

Read the full story

Posted in NewsComments Off

Netflix Is Going To Start Selling Gift Cards In Stores

You may soon be able to get a Netflix subscription at your neighborhood grocery store. The streaming video service announced in a letter to investors Monday that it’s going to start selling physical gift cards in “select stores” in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Germany — a small number of the more than 40 countries where it will operate by fall. Apart from serving as a last-minute gift from the relative who has no idea what to get you, the gift cards will allow people to pay for Netflix without a credit card. Indeed, the picture of gift card in the investor letter shows it emblazoned with the phrase “no credit card required.” “In mature markets, gift cards will extend our brand presence and make it easier to access Netflix,” the company said in its letter. “In newer markets, gift cards help build the brand and provide an easier alternative for consumers to join Netflix in markets with developing online payments.” In the U.S

Read the full story

Posted in News, YouTubeComments Off

Page 1 of 33512345...102030...Last »

What's NEW