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Shervin Pishevar’s Twitter Tweets Contain Several Interesting Ideas

Friday, August 31st, 2018

In todays fast-paced world, some people find that expressing their thoughts through Twitter tweets serves as an effective form of communication. Such was the case earlier this year, when noted investor and entrepreneur Shervin Pishevar decided to post myriad tweets regarding a broad spectrum of issues. On the day before Mr. Pishevar sent out the […]

How to Avoid Negative Content Online

Tuesday, February 9th, 2016

It doesn’t matter if you run a multi-billion dollar company or if you are just on your own and curious what is out there about you, protecting yourself online and avoiding negative content online is so important. But how in the world are you suppose to do this? It can be a difficult task at […]

Reputation Management Company Offers a lot to its Clients

Tuesday, January 26th, 2016

Status Labs offers a lot of services to its clients which explains why it is so successful as a business. One reason that it is so successful is that it offers services to its clients that help them make a lot of profits with their businesses. They offer a lot of services that are related […]

Skout and the growth of Social Networks

Saturday, September 12th, 2015

We live in interesting times. There seems to be an app for everything. Even the seemingly most fundamental of tasks we have designated to the little computer like structures we carry in our pockets and bags, the smartphones. From the moment you wake up, stating with the alarm systems, you enter the unending cycle of […]

I Will Only Socialize On The Skout Network

Friday, June 19th, 2015

I chose to let Skout be my place of serenity, and I’ve always used it as a source of communication with others. I love going on the Skout network, and I only use it to socialize. I’m still very young, and I don’t feel the need to look for a relationship, so I can easily […]

Belle Gibson Admits to Lying About Treating Her Brain Cancer With Diet

Friday, April 24th, 2015

A lot of people might know about Belle Gibson who has a million of online followers or for her constant Bulletproof Coffee drinks in hand (wikipedia.org). More than that, she has authored a book of her recipes and also has an app on the Apple Store. She claimed that she had brain cancer but was […]

Tracking Global Friendship Trends in the Digital Age with Skout

Friday, February 6th, 2015

The first ever International Online Friendship Day has been celebrated around the world and in celebration Skout has released the results of a global friendship survey that polled more than 52,000 of their members. Skout, an app platform allowing people to safely and easily connect, revealed highlights of this global survey in a recent PR […]

Midpoint of NBA Season

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

With the midpoint of the National Basketball Association 2014-2015 finally here, sportscasters and writers all over the country are weighing in on how teams have fared thus far and are making predictions for the rest of the season. This has been a shocking year for fans like to say the least. As pointed out by my friend […]

Skout Provides A More Local Approach to Social Networking

Monday, December 1st, 2014

Checking out a new social network today called Skout.  Reminds me a lot of Tinder, but with some better features that make it a cooler way to get in touch with more new people in your geographical area.  While most people have heard of social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, but many people […]

Chick-Fil-A Manager Pushes for Proper English

Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

Recently, a Chick-Fil-A manager’s list of “banned slang,” went viral when one of his employee’s posted a photo of the list on Reddit. In the single day that has passed since the original posting, hundreds of re-posts have been made on social networking websites, and even made it to Fersen Lambranho in Brazil. Manager Eric […]