The Economic And Social Media Aspect Of Donald Trump’s Victory

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U.S. President-elect Donald Trump

Originally published in The Huffington Post

Democrats and Republicans alike, parallel to big corporate media across the United States, were nearly 100% certain Hillary Clinton would be the first women elected into White House.
The percentage was somewhere near 98%. Yet Donald Trump proved them flat wrong with a mantra of making America great again. And now, there is a wide economic and social media perspective to review.

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How To Get Your Video On Google’s First Page

Google rankings are extremely vital

Originally published in The Huffington Post  uk

Four simple rules that can do magic
For those interested in investing in video marketing and creating such content, an obvious goal is to have their video ranked as high as possible on Google’s first page. This is a major objective in the overall business or sales strategy every one of us have probably set for our businesses. We have come to learn that not being on Google’s first page means you are yet another unknown in the long and endless slate of websites. This is definitely true. Honestly speaking, none of us have the time, or even the patience, to take into consideration any 2nd page search results.

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Enhancing Content Marketing With Videos

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The power of content marketing combined with video

Originally published in The Huffington Post  uk

Online marketing in today’s world has become extremely competitive, indeed. This compels us to discover new methods to make what we have to offer, be it a product or service, standout from the crowd. Otherwise, rest assured we will find ourselves completely overwhelmed by digital voices that are enormously louder, more powerful and honestly, more attractive than what we may have to offer. One such key aspect to maintaining a relevant presence online is to use videos to “marketise,” if you will, your business.

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New DDoS scare targeting 911 calling system

The evergrowing threat of DDoS attacks

This past week, amidst all the news about new DDoS attacks raising concerns across the board and internet providers suffering major setbacks, a man in the state of Arizona in the United States was arrested for a very concerning reason.

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Breaking down latest DDoS attack compromising Twitter, PayPal and others


Hackers were successful in launching a major and sophisticated cyberattack on the internet using very common devices including webcams and even digital recorders. They were able to cut-off access to some of the world’s leading and best known websites on Friday, October 21st, raising eyebrows across the board and raising even more concern about cybersecurity threats. This feat, if you may, was described by many experts as an alarming breach of worldwide internet stability. Continue reading “Breaking down latest DDoS attack compromising Twitter, PayPal and others”

Content marketing is a must-learn art for all modern marketers


Whether you are a leading corporation facing intense competition, a mom or even an ordinary restaurant, digital marketing has for quite some time now been the key method to find new business areas. Continue reading “Content marketing is a must-learn art for all modern marketers”

Under surveillance – Should police monitor you on social media?


Originally posted in – October 15, 2016 netivist-logo-large

We address again the privacy vs security dilemma. This time we discuss the new techniques of police surveillance and whether systematic social media monitoring, using software such as Geofeedia, is justified. Are police turning into a Big Brother watching all you do?

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