On July 13, Ford released the new family of 2021 Broncos. While I do pay attention to the latest and greatest in the automotive world, I rarely look at a new model THE DAY it is released.
When I think of amazing product launches, two companies come to mind: Apple and Tesla.
Apple’s keynote presentations of their new products are amazing at drawing me in and making me care about the (mostly minor) changes for the upcoming iPhone or MacBook.
Tesla and Elon Musk have adopted similar product launch keynotes to Apple. …
I’m writing you because you follow my publication on Medium where I write about privacy and cybersecurity news. Well, I’ve started to focus primarily on creating video content on YouTube.
I’m almost to 1000 subscribers, and my goal is to reach 1000 by the end of January. I share multiple videos a week about privacy and the latest privacy stories. It would mean the world if you would subscribe to my channel.
You’ll get a lot of value from my channel, and I’d be happy to make more videos if you have any specific questions.
Visit my YouTube channel here: Privacy Guy on YouTube
-The Privacy Guy
If you’re looking for a way to protect yourself on the internet without compromising your browsing experience, a reliable VPN is a great way to achieve that. Many internet users are tired of the complex tracking that has become so common online. A VPN can help keep your identity hidden and your browsing anonymous on the websites you visit.
VuzeVPN provides the perfect solution for anyone looking for more security and anonymity on the internet. Data security is a top concern for a growing number of internet users. …
I’ve been writing about my CrossFit journey recently, and I just wanted to share a bit more about the specific movements that are common in CrossFit workouts. There are a few skill-based workouts like muscle-ups and pistol squats that frustrate me right now, but once I nail the movements I may like them. These are the movements I love to see in a workout, followed by the movements I dread.
My favorite movements are either those that I excel at, or that I just enjoy doing (even if I’m not great at them).
Rowing: Rowing is a pretty simple movement…
According to the CDC, obesity affected about 13.7 million children and adolescents in the United States in 2016. Unfortunately, the majority of these kids will grow up to be obese adults. These obese adults will then require more healthcare and economic resources than healthy individuals.
So you’re interested in marketing? If you love creating content and trying to gain followers on Instagram or TikTok, then marketing is probably a great field for you to go into. While you can probably get an internship without experience, getting a full-time position is more difficult without some experience. However, it is still possible and here are a few things that can give you a better chance of landing a marketing job with no experience.
If you have no experience, certifications can show potential employers that you have some knowledge and skills to help their business.
At the end of each year, Spotify releases your “Year in Review”. Spotify Wrapped gives you a few statistics about how much you listened to Spotify, your top songs, artists, and genres. This may seem like just a cool feature, but it’s actually a really smart marketing tool.
I recently wrote a post about my personal Spotify Wrapped, and in the midst of writing that I realized the marketing genius behind Spotify’s biggest marketing strategy.
Below is the Google Trends chart for the search term “Spotify”. Each spike in searches for Spotify comes during the first part of December when…
At the end of every year Spotify gives users “Wrapped”, which summarizes the music and podcasts you listened to that year. I think Spotify Wrapped is a really smart marketing tactic, as it gives users sharable content which helps promote Spotify on social media (and now on my blog).
If you’re looking for your Spotify Wrapped for 2020, this video explains how to find your top artists, songs, and podcasts of the year.
If you’re young and you’ve recently started your first “real job” you might be going through a scenario that I went through a few years ago. I wanted to know how to grow the money I was earning from my job. I had very little knowledge other than a few quick things I’d read online.
I made a few stupid investments, trying to chase big returns and “get rich” quickly. Then I decided it was time to educate myself and make smart money decisions. …