Monday, February 20, 2017

Traffic Seminar for bloggers/site owners from every niche welcomed!

Are you trying to get more traffic, but tired of seeing the same results month after month?

Have you tried every white hat, black hat, grey hat SEO trick out there? If you’re like me I’d wear a purple hat every day if I thought it would get results.

Meet Jason Glaspey. He has created blogs that received over 1.9 million page views in a single month, and built online businesses that earned over $40,000 per month. Jason has also built winning traffic strategies for brands like Nike, and Burton Snowboards.

To help kick off 2017, we’re bringing Jason to you!

Blogsvertise and IFB have teamed up to bring you “Traffic for Bloggers” webinar this Wednesday, February 22, at 11:00am PT / 2:00pm ET. Register

Can you imagine seeing people sharing your posts week after week?

The Traffic for Bloggers webinar will teach you to take control of your blog, satisfy your readers and build a lasting audience that loves your work! Publishing content that connects with your audience will help your rankings and traffic so that paying advertisers are calling you first!

For nearly a decade, the Blogsvertise team has analyzed data on more than 75,000 blogger sites. Tricks and trends come and go, but Jason will tell you what works today and how to keep your blog relevant for years to come!

Register now!

Traffic for Bloggers

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

11:00am PT / 2:00pm ETTraffic seminar needs to fill chairs

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Proof: A Hardened Wall is Necessary on US Southern Border

CNN: Border Wall Breached 9,000 Times From 2010 to 2015

The fence along the U.S.-Mexico was breached over 9,200 times between 2010 and 2015, according to a report from The U.S. Government Accountability Office.

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The GAO released the report Thursday, citing U.S. Customs and Border Protection records, though it does not conclude that the fence is ineffective, just that the CBP has yet to accurately measure its effectiveness in closing illegal border crossing.

“As a result of CBP’s tactical infrastructure and technology investments between the ports of entry, the U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) can detect and interdict illegal activity, monitor evolving threat patterns, and strategically deploy assets,” a CBP spokesman told CNN.

President Donald Trump campaigned on the promise for a border wall. CNN reports that Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly is expected to present a proposal for the wall to Trump, after weighing different options.

CNN sources in talks with DHS claim the agency will likely recommend additional fencing instead of a solid concrete structure across the entire length of the border.

One senior official with the U.S. Border Patrol said he wasn’t “calling it a wall because we are talking about a fence that we can look through. That’s what we need.”

Another said, “I think fencing has worked for us in the past, but you never want to have a barrier in place that will obstruct your vision, that prevents you from seeing the other side of the border.”

However, Trump has stated that he will build a wall “made of hardened concrete . . . rebar, and steel,” at a rally in December last year, and said “it’s not a fence. It’s a wall,” at a news conference last month, according to CNN.

President Trump will possibly the last leadeer of the United States to make good on keeping us Americans safe from barbarian hordes. Hordes of illegal aliens have infested the United States for decades so making a permanent non-porous structur with accompanying human guards would be a win for America. God bless the president and these United States

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Saturday, February 18, 2017

Milo really triggers the black guy in the middle Larry Wilmore

Bill and his Overtime panelists – Milo Yiannopoulos, Larry Wilmore of the failed Nightly Show, Malcolm Nance and Fmr. Rep. Jack Kingston – answer viewer questions after the show.

It was fun watching the turd in the middle on Bill Maher’s show become so overtly “triggered”

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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Yoga Can Be Helpful for Lower Back Pain Sufferers

lower back pain and yoga can work together

Lower back pain and me go back a long time since 1988. At the time, I suffered a compression fracture of several vertebrae in my lower lumbar region. Needless to say the road to recovery while a soldier was less than ideal. However, I was given the opportunity to complete my military career and not put out of the service under a “medical discharge”.

After spending a short 19 day stint in the local Tampa Veteran’s Affairs hospital the focus on chronic pain and exercise was emphasized. Some of the techniques that I learned during my chronic pain rehabilitation were a bit holistic in nature.

Adaptive yoga was an activity that we veterans engaged in to loosen up and get in tune with the pain receptors of our bodies. Coming from the hospital several days ago allowed my email inbox to be inundated with yoga for lower back and different studies like the one from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in quotes below. Follow the link at the end of the block quote to get the details on how yoga can be a tool to use to alleviate certain levels of lower back pain.

About 80 percent of Americans will suffer from back pain at one time or another. A recent study found that more than a third of adults say that low back pain has affected their ability to perform the tasks of daily living, exercise, or sleep. Treating this pain, which is a common complaint for lower-limb amputees and is chronic for millions of people, remains a difficult problem.

Now, a study by scientists at the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UM SOM) has concluded that yoga may be helpful for low back pain. The study appeared in the online journal Cochrane Library.

“We found that the practice of yoga was linked to pain relief and improvement in function,” said the study’s lead author, L. Susan Wieland, PhD, MPH.. “For some patients suffering from chronic non-specific low back pain, yoga may be worth considering as a form of treatment.”

Wieland and her co-authors reviewed 12 separate studies. The trials, which included more than 1,000 participants, compared yoga to a non-exercise intervention, such as educational material given to a patient, or to an exercise intervention, such as physical therapy. The researchers found that there was low to moderate certainty evidence that at three and six months, patients using yoga had small to moderate improvements in back-related function, as well as small improvements in pain.

Yoga performed about the same as non-yoga exercise in terms of improving back function at three and six months, although the researchers found few studies comparing yoga to other exercise and therefore considered the evidence to be very low certainty.

Yoga is a physical and spiritual practice that originated more than 2,000 years ago in India. Over the past several decades, it has become increasingly popular in the United States and other Western countries. It typically involves a combination of physical movements, controlled breathing, and relaxation or meditation.

Most of the trials used Iyengar, Hatha, or Viniyoga forms of the practice. Because all study participants knew whether or not they were practicing yoga, and their reporting of changes in pain and functioning could have been affected by this knowledge, the study outcomes could only be graded with moderate certainty at best. The study also found that patients using yoga had more adverse effects than patients who did not use exercise, but had similar rates of adverse effects as patients who used non-yoga exercise. The adverse effects were mostly increases in back pain. Yoga was not associated with serious side effects.


For more on the study above please follow the link to Amplitude Media Group


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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Disney finally drops Youtuber for anti-semitic rants

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that popular YouTube personality PewDiePie (Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg) has been dropped by Disney after stirring up controversy with anti-semitic video content. The Journal says that Disney told the publication it was cutting ties with him after reporters reached out to the company to inquire about the YouTuber’s use of Nazi imagery in recent videos.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Disney found the content in the videos to be “inappropriate” and that’s why the company is severing ties with him. The report cites several incidents and includes footage of the anti-semitic content, including a video from January 11 where Kjellberg watches two men hold a sign up that says “Death To All Jews.” He later created a video defending himself, claiming that media was mischaracterizing him.

The publication notes that YouTube has declined to comment on Kjellberg’s comments. Maker Studios, the video distributor for Kjellberg’s content, was purchased by Disney back in 2014.

You can watch the full report here.

[Source: The Wall Street Journal]

Seems like brands are finally coming around to taking anti-Semitic tweets and jokes for real. I’m not a fan of Disney or the foul mouthed YouTube’s mentioned in the article.

He got just what he deserves. Now maybe Disney will start cleaning up it’s lineup of alternative lifestyle laden shows as well.

Do you have any commentary on the Disney firing mentioned above? Comment below.

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Sunday, February 12, 2017

linda of san diego has an issue with biscuits

Linda Burnett, 23, a resident of San Diego, was visiting her in-laws and while there went to a nearby supermarket to…

Posted by Anthony D. Greene on Sunday, February 12, 2017

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