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We have tried to call the attention of the world SEO community to Paybookclub, the new social network on mobile phones which rewards its members for their posts, likes and shares, as the new goldmine for fresh content in an earlier article.
Newer versions of the Paybookclub App have been released both in Google Play and App Store recently, incorporating a demo of how fresh content posted by paybookclub members will be piped to a client’s website in real time. In fact the new versions have a whole load of features built in which makes paybookclub a formidable social platform from which you could avail of a multitude of services.
On registration or log in you will be presented with a screen on which there are 4 Tabs; TIMELINE-FRIENDS-ACCOUNT and ACTIVITY, each with its own bottom menu comprising of six selection icons, and 3 top action buttons for QUICK action.
As a bonus, you have the more familiar hamburger icon for a menu on the top left of the screen which can be revealed by clicking on it or simply by a left to right sweep on the left edge of the screen. The menu presents links to the top tabs as well as to a number of web pages on the Paybook.club website with related information and services. The hamburger indeed is a life saver if you get lost elsewhere in this impressive social network.
However, the one key feature which makes this amazing App so compelling to use is its tiny POST button by the side of the header on the TIMELINE tab. By clicking on this button you are presented with a unique, animated, revolving menu listing out the different type of content you can post , to a variety of audience like friends, family, public, sponsored and even for yourself, as in a journal or diary. Apart from revolving like a roulette wheel to inspire you for an idea for your post if you are suffering from a mild writer’s block, each content category also has a reward tag to entice you to be creative and produce some content from your hidden talent.
Once you insert your photo and related text, you can choose to which of your audience group you want your content to be shown, from a drop-down menu before you click the POST button. Once the button is clicked it takes a few seconds for your content to be uploaded which will be presented in the timeline of the group you have selected. However you can see and make sure your update has been posted and saved in the server from the MY Posts menu at the bottom.
Paybookclub currently has a demo in which you can click on a “ Monetisze this (Demo)” link on any update posted to the Public Timeline which will take both the post and yourself to the main page of Paybook.club website to demonstrate how fresh and real content can be brought to your own website with some additional traffic of folks who want to see how it works by using the Demo.
To see all this in action, you need to get the Paybookclub App from Google Play/ App store or from
the download page of paybook.club.
Courtsy:Inferno by Dan Brown
If Dante would have been in any doubt, it would only be about its relative place among others he has seen in the Inferno.
· First Circle (Limbo)· Second Circle (Lust)· Third Circle (Gluttony)· Fourth Circle (Greed)· Fifth Circle (Anger)· Sixth Circle (Heresy)· Seventh Circle (Violence)· Eighth Circle (Fraud)· Ninth Circle (Treachery)
Bolgia 2: Flatterers also exploited other people, this time using language. They are steeped in human excrement, which represents the words they produced. Alessio Interminei of Lucca and Thaïs are seen here.Sycophancy is defined as the overly fawning behaviour of a suck-up. A sycophant is a person who attempts to win favour at the cost of his own pride, principles, and peer respect.
More than a decade ago, when I wanted to register my first domain, I didn't know what to call it. But I was excited at the feeling and fun of registering and becoming the proud owner of a domain when no one had heard of Google, Yahoo or Facebook and the web was still in its infancy. Frankly driving a Ferrari on to your porch couldn't match it then!
So I couldn't wait and care then for all the search, thought and fieldwork you have to put in for choosing a name for my domain. When I started to fill in the on line form, I looked out of the window and noticed that little street name plaque around the corner, which was always there but had never caught my attention before. It read Forge Valley Way. For some reason, quite unaware of what I was in to, I typed in my first domain name, forgevalley.com.
Little did I realise then that I had inadvertently chosen a great domain name and also learned the secret of choosing great names and titles for your domains and Blogs!
What I didn't realise at the time was Valley Forge was a great name in American History, well known in the US and close to many American hearts.