Top 10 most popular social media on earth

Top 10 Social Media

10. Baidu Tieba - Baidu Tieba is the largest Chinese communication platform provided by the Chinese search engine company, Baidu. It is an online community of 300,000,000 users, bound tightly with internet search services, one of the main business of Baidu.

9. Twitter - Twitter is an online social networking service that enables 320,000,000 users to send and read short 140-character messages called "tweets". Registered users can read and post tweets, but those who are unregistered can only read them.

8. Instagram - Instagram is an online mobile photo-sharing, video-sharing, and social networking service that enables its 400,000,000 users to take pictures and videos, and share them either publicly or privately on the app, as well as through a variety of other social networking platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Flickr.

7. Tumblr - Tumblr is one of the most difficult to use social networking platforms, but it’s also one of the most interesting sites with 555,000,000 users. The platform allows several different post formats, including quote posts, chat posts, video and photo posts as well as audio posts, so you are never limited in the type of content that you can share.

6. Qzone - Qzone is a social networking website which was created by Tencent in 2005. It allows 653,000,000 users to write blogs, keep diaries, send photos, listen to music, and watch videos. Users can set their Qzone background and select accessories based on their preferences so that every Qzone is customized to the individual member's taste.

5. WeChat - WeChat is a cross-platform instant messaging service developed by Tencent in China, first released in January 2011. It is one of the largest standalone messaging apps by monthly active users. As of May 2016, WeChat has over a 706,000,000 created accounts, 700 million active users with more than 70 million outside of China.

4. QQ - Tencent QQ, popularly known as QQ, is an instant messaging software service developed by a Chinese company named Tencent Holdings Limited. QQ also offers a variety of services, including online social games, music, shopping, microblogging, movies, and group and voice chat. 

3. Facebook Messenger - Facebook Messenger, sometimes abbreviated Messenger, is an instant messaging service and software application which provides text and voice communication. Integrated with Facebook's web-based Chat feature and built on the open MQTT protocol, Messenger lets Facebook users chat with friends both on mobile and on the main website.

2. WhatsApp - WhatsApp Messenger is a cross-platform instant messaging client for smartphones, PCs and tablets. The app relies on the Internet to send images, texts, documents, audio and video messages to other users that have the app installed on their devices.

1. Facebook - This is the biggest social media network on the Internet, both in terms of total number of users and name recognition. Founded on February 4, 2004, Facebook has within 12 years managed to accumulate more than 1,650,000,000 users and 1.59 billion monthly active users and this automatically makes it one of the best mediums for connecting people from all over the world with your business. It is estimated that more than 1 million small and medium-sized businesses use the platform to advertise their business.

7 Good Habits to Get More Done and Feel Better About It

There's now scientific proof to back up something you've always known: You're probably more productive when you work from home. According to the Harvard Business Review, when Stanford University researchers enlisted 250 employees at a large travel agency in a nine-month study and sent half of them home to work, they found that remote workers boosted their performance by 13 percent. Those employees also took fewer breaks and sick days and were more productive per minute, something the employees attributed to a quieter work environment.

Of course, supercharging your productivity just because you ditched the office commute isn't a guarantee. Anyone who's tried to work with the TV on in the background "just for noise" can tell you that being left to your own lazy devices can also be a productivity killer. Here are seven methods to get more done, even when your boss isn't sitting a stone's throw from your desk.

Here are seven methods to get more work done in a day, when you're working from home: - Designate a dedicated workspace - Stick to a schedule - Dress comfortably to ensure a healthy mindset - Ignore procrastinating - Plan breaks - Block your social obsession - Hold yourself accountable.

1. DESIGNATE A DEDICATED WORKSPACE - Sure, you could technically work from the couch or even your bed. But when you have a desk or a home office that's dedicated to working, just sitting in that space will shift your mind into work mode. "For me, walking into my office" which is a room in my home with a door and a desk means I'm going to work, - says Virginia Ginsburg, owner of the business consulting and coaching company Swell Strategies. She's worked from home for 12 years. And when I use my laptop for activities like searching the web or online shopping, I tend to sit on the couch.

2. STICK TO A SCHEDULE - Waste an hour in the morning dawdling over coffee or dreading getting started, and you could wind up working on projects late into the evening, when you're exhausted and less focused. So pick a start (and end!) time, and stick to it. That doesn't have to mean a typical 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., though, if you work best at odd hours. Christa Reed, the associate executive director of the Neighborhood Parents Network in Chicago, has worked from home for 2.5 years. "I work well in the period of time that most people are commuting," she says. So to maximize her productivity, she starts her workday early, then takes a midday gym break to get energized again.

3. DRESS THE PART - In the same way that sitting at a desk shifts you into work mode, getting dressed for the day can rev your focus. But if you think that means you've got to put on a full suit and tie, relax. "It's about the mindset, not the clothing," says Ginsberg, who favors casual clothes unless she's meeting with a client. Just nix the pajamas already.

4. IGNORE THE DIRTY DISHES - Procrastination at the office might mean chatting with a coworker while you take another loop through the break room. At home, it's harder to procrastinate socially and the break room is your kitchen "where the morning dishes might still be piled up in the sink. No wonder more than one-third of people who work from home do household chores on the clock, according to a survey by Wakefield Research. But, if you want to boost your productivity, resist the urge to sneak in chores between tasks. It's still procrastination" just under a sudsy guise of housework.

5. PLAN BREAKS - It seems counterintuitive, but when you take a (short!) break from working, research shows you'll be more productive when you're back on the clock. You don't have a water cooler to hang out by at home (well, unless that suits your home door), but you can take a break away from your workspace. Try circling the block "the movement and fresh air can both boost your concentration" or, if you'd prefer to stay glued to your desk, check out the Pomodoro app. The productivity tool alerts you when to start and stop a break, so it's harder to fall down a random Wikipedia rabbit hole.

6. BLOCK YOUR SOCIAL OBSESSION - home, no one's going to notice that you've just zoned out on Facebook for the last 45 minutes. But that doesn't make social media any less of a productivity killer. Use visits to Twitter and the like as rewards for getting things done "power through this presentation for the next hour, say, and you can spend 15 minutes liking baby photos on Instagram. But if moderation isn't your strength, try apps like Anti-Social or Self Control that block sites you select for a certain period of time.

7. HOLD YOURSELF ACCOUNTABLE - If you end the day kind of fuzzy on how much you actually got done, consider tracking your hours. Toggle is a free, intuitive app that lets you track work time throughout the day and allocate that time to specific projects. So when you feel like you're being pretty productive, and then see you're only clocking five hours of work in a day, you can tweak your routine to figure out what's sapping your productivity.

Why some food badly damage your teeth?

Sweet candy - Candy sweets, especially hard candies have tons of sugar which is bad for tooth health since the sweet can cause cavities and get stuck in the crevices causing more bacteria.

Tea and coffee - The tannic acids in coffee and even in some teas can wear down enamel and stain your teeth brown. While you cannot give up tea or coffee completely, try to keep it to the minimum and opt for green tea too.

Pickles - We all find pickles tasty and great as accompaniments to our meal, but the combination of super-acidic vinegar and sugar is a recipe for enamel erosion.

Citrus fruits - Lime, Lemons, Oranges, and Grapefruit, they all are loaded with citric acid which can cause enamel erosion and tooth decay. If you cannot completely avoid them, try to minimize it by avoiding too much of acidic foods and drinks through the day. The best way to find out an acidic food is to see if any food or drink easily stains the teeth.

Soda - Soda has a combination of sugar, acids, and carbonation which is too bad for teeth since it leads to tooth erosion and decay.

Wine - While studies show a glass of red wine every once in a while can be good for the heart and cholesterol levels, the beverage can stain teeth quite easily. The acids in red as well as white wine wear down the surface of teeth, which is why stains are so common.

10 reason you should have sex daily

10 reason you should have sex daily

1. Helps Keep Your Immune System Humming - People who have sex have higher levels of what defends your body against germs, viruses, and other intruders. There's nothing sexy about sneezing, wheezing, or that runny-nose look. But getting hot and bothered can help you avoid coming down with the sniffles: People who have sex were found to have higher levels of an antibody called immunoglobulin A (IgA).

2. Lowers Your Blood Pressure - Research suggests a link between sex and lower blood pressure, says Joseph J. Pinzone, MD. One landmark study found that sexual intercourse specifically (not masturbation) lowered systolic blood pressure.

3. Lowers Heart Attack Risk - A good sex life is good for your heart. Besides being a great way to raise your heart rate, sex helps keep your estrogen and testosterone levels in balance. Having sex more often may help. During one study, men who had sex at least twice a week were half as likely to die of heart disease as men who had sex rarely.

4. Lessens Pain - Before you reach for an aspirin, try for an orgasm. Orgasm can block pain a distinguished service professor at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. It releases a hormone that helps raise your pain threshold.

5. Reduces Stress - Not only will having sex improve your mood, but a study has also proven that folks, who indulge in regular bedroom activities can handle stress better and are happier people.

6. Make Prostate Cancer Less Likely - Men who ejaculated frequently (at least 21 times a month) were less likely to get prostate cancer. You don't need a partner to reap this benefit of Sexual intercourse, nocturnal emission, and masturbation were all part of the equation.

7. Improves Sleep - The sleep that you get just after you've made love will be much more relaxed. Getting a good night's sleep will make you feel alert and overall healthy.

8. Boosts Your Sex Drive - Having sex will make sex better and will improve your libido.

9. Lighter Periods - The increased number of uterine contractions can also help expel blood and tissue more quickly, helping to end your period faster. Sex during your period may not sound too appealing, but don't stress over making a mess. Going horizontal while menstruating has also been shown to help decrease the risk for endometriosis, a common condition in which uterine tissue grows outside of the uterus, causing pelvic pain and sex that hurts.

10. A Youthful Glow -  If you find going to the gym mundane or working out at home a task, here's another way to help you lose the flab and keep in shape. Regular sex will do wonders for your waistline. Half an hour of lovemaking burns more than 80 calories. Regular sex also promotes the release of hormones, including testosterone and estrogen, which can keep the body looking young and vital.

10 amazing facts about Volkswagen

1. Adolf Hitler's idea - The ironic Adolf Hitler was responsible for the idea of the Volkswagen, the "people’s car". The slogan that the company is currently using is “Das Auto” which means "The car".

2. Largest car manufacturer - Not long ago, in 2009, VW was officially made the world’s largest car maker. This happened when Volkswagen-Porsche officially overtook Toyota.

3. Manufactures the fastest car on earth - The company is headquartered in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, Germany, Volkswagen and manufactures the fastest car on earth and is sold under the Bugatti banner.

4. World records for speed - The company set 7, 24-hour world records for speed at the Nardo Ring.

5. Manufactures and races big trucks - Most of us were unaware of the fact that Volkswagen even makes big trucks, but surprisingly enough, they also race them. Most of this takes place in Brazil, where VW is known as one of the leading truck manufacturers.

6.The Beetle was produced for 65 years - The classic Beetle was manufactured from 1938-2003 which is an astounding 65 years. The total number of Beetles that were built in this period of time was 21,529,464.

7. They had multiple models featured in a prestigious list - The Volkswagen Passat, the Volkswagen Beetle and the Volkswagen Golf are the three cars that feature in the list of all time, top-10 best selling cars.

8. Herbie’s sought-after paint job - The white #53 is the most popular paint scheme for the VW Bug and came from the Herbie movies. The Herbie series depicted the Bug as a race car.

9. Audi uses volkswagen parts - There was a time that you could even see a similarity between these two brands. That’s a thing of the past, however, since nowadays most car makers aim for creating a distinctive style to set themselves apart from the competition.

10. Last two Beetles are protected in wax - Shells of the two last Beetles made in Germany are protected in wax and housed at the VW’s Milton-Keynes parts store.

Legal rights that women should know

Legal rights for women in India

Right to free aid - When a woman goes to the police station without being accompanied by a lawyer she is either quoted wrong, ignored or humiliated for her statements. She should be aware of the fact that she has a right to get the legal aid and that she should demand for it. "According to a Delhi High Court ruling, whenever a rape is reported, the senior house officer has to bring this to the notice of the Delhi Legal Services Authority. The legal body then arranges for a lawyer for the victim" says Saumya Bhaumik, a women rights lawyer.

Right to privacy - A woman who has been raped has a right to record her statement in private, in front of the magistrate without being overheard by anyone else. She also has a freedom to record her statement with a lady constable or a police officer in personal. Under section 164 of the Criminal Procedure Code, the cops will have to give the privacy to the victim without stressing her in front of masses.

Right to untimely registration - There are many reasons as to why a woman would postpone going to the police to lodge a complaint. She considers her reputation, dignity of the family and threats from the culprit to take her life away. Police in any way cannot say no to register her complaint, no matter if it's too late to register. The self-respect of women comes before anything else. She cannot be denied of anything.

Right to virtual complaints - According to the guidelines issued by the Delhi Police, a woman has the privilege of lodging a complaint via email or registered post. If, for some reason, a woman can't go to the police station, she can send a written complaint through an email or registered post addressed to a senior police officer of the level of Deputy Commissioner or Commissioner of Police. The officer then directs the SHO of the police station, of the area where the incident occurred, to conduct proper verification of the complainant and lodge an FIR. The police can then come over to the residence of the victim to take her statement.

Right to Zero FIR - A rape victim can register her police complaint from any police station under the Zero FIR ruling by Supreme Court. "Sometimes, the police station under which the incident occurs refuses to register the victim's complaint in order to keep clear of responsibility, and tries sending the victim to another police station. In such cases, she has the right to lodge an FIR at any police station in the city under the Zero FIR ruling. The senior officer will then direct the SHO of the concerned police station to lodge the FIR," says Abeed. This is a Supreme Court ruling that not many women are aware of, so don't let the SHO of a police station send you away saying "it doesn't come under his area".

Right to no arrest - According to a Supreme Court ruling, a woman cannot be arrested after sunset and before sunrise. There are many cases of women being harassed by the police at wee hours, but all this can be avoided if you exercise the right of being present in the police station only during daytime. "Even if there is a woman constable accompanying the officers, the police can't arrest a woman at night. In case the woman has committed a serious crime, the police requires to get it in writing from the magistrate explaining why the arrest is necessary during the night," says Bhaumik.

Right to not being called to the police station - Women cannot be called to the police station for interrogation under Section 160 of the Criminal Procedure Code. This law provides Indian women the right of not being physically present at the police station for interrogation. "The police can interrogate a woman at her residence in the presence of a woman constable and family members or friends," says Abeed. So, the next time you're called to the police station for queries or interrogation when you have faced any kind of harassment, quote this guideline of the Supreme Court to exercise your right and remind the cops about it.

Right to confidentiality - Under no circumstances can the identity of a rape victim be revealed. Neither the police nor media can make known the name of the victim in public. Section 228-A of the Indian Penal Code makes the disclosure of a victim's identity a punishable offense. Printing or publishing the name or any matter which may make known the identity of a woman against whom an offense has been committed is punishable. This is done to prevent social victimization or ostracism of the victim of a sexual offense. Even while a judgment is in progress at the high court or a lower court, the name of the victim is not indicated, she is only described as victim in the judgment.

Right towards crime and not a medical condition - A case of rape can't be dismissed even if the doctor says that rape has not taken place. A victim of rape needs to be medically examined as per Section 164 A of the Criminal Procedure Code, and only the report can act as proof. "A woman has the right to have a copy of the medical report from the doctor. Rape is crime and not a medical condition. It is a legal term and not a diagnosis to be made by the medical officer treating the victim. The only statement that can be made by the medical officer is that there is evidence of recent sexual activity. Whether the rape has occurred or not is a legal conclusion and the doctor can't decide on this," explains Bhaumik.

Right to no sexual harassment - It is the duty of every employer to create a Sexual Harassment Complaints Committee within the organization for complaints. According to a guideline issued by the Supreme Court, it is mandatory for all firms, public and private, to set up these committees to resolve matters of sexual harassment. It is also necessary that the committee be headed by a woman and comprise of 50% women, as members. Also, one of the members should be from a women's welfare group.

Top 10 Most Dangerous Batsman in World

10. Virat Kohli - Just as much a Cricket fanatics delight as he is the heartthrob sportsman for girls from around the world. And who does this Heartthrob play for? No guesses there, it has to be Team India. As much as he makes news for all the wrong reasons with constant hitches and breaks in his romance with Bollywood girlies, he is more in the news for all the right reasons for his romance with his bat and the hate relationship he shared with the bowler's ball. This right handed middle ordered Batsman captained team India in the 2008 Under 19 cricket World cup. And has there been any looking back? I doubt. He's gone from highs to highs with holding the record for fastest 17 centuries in ODI's by any batsmen till date. So he has been awarded with being called the successor to Master Blaster in India, and well that says it all.

9. Aaron Finch - Finchy, as he's popularly called can get all the credit for getting rival teams to fear his very arrival on the pitch. This right handed top order batsman holds the world record for highest innings in a Twenty 20 International match with 156 in his hat, scored against England on 29th August 2013. World Cup 2015 too has been good to Flinchy with his century in Australia's first match against England making him the man of the match. So beware team India - It's time you looked out for this hard hitter and made sure you didn't take his wicket in pure fun, for this man can pose serious threat to your victory.

8. Suresh Raina - This left handed Indian batsman has had many victories to feather his cap. At meagre 5 ft 8 inches he might not stand too tall, but not to undermine his skyhigh performances. He is an all rounder who is as much applauded for his bowling skills, but as a batsman, he is threatening. He is the highest run getter of the Indian Premier League. This man in the Cricket World cup 2015 has already proved his worth in the selected team. He is also the only Indian to have scored centuries in all three forms of the game in International cricket. So does Australia need to fear? Yes, India got some real batsmen playing on their sides.

7. David Miller - Again a left handed cricket wonder, this South African cricketer has proved time and again that he is most likely a dangerous threat. He was mostly popular as a domestic player till he took to international cricket. He rose to fame so more after his IPL victories for the Kings XI Punjab where his innings of 101 not out off 38 balls lead him to be nicknamed Killer Miller.

6. David Warner - Whoever said right handed people did wonders never saw these left handed batsmen bat on the pitch. This Australian cricketer is the quick scoring left handed opening batsman. He is the first Australian cricketer in over 132 years to have been selected in the national team without first class cricket experience. He is extremely popular for his ability to switch hit. He also has the record for second fastest 50 after Yuvraj singh in International T20 Cricket.

5. Chris Gayle - This left handed Jamaican batsmen is sure West Indies' best bet in turning the match around. He can be intimidating in form (thanks to his height) but more so when in form on the pitch. You can guess the impact with the nickname he's got in Gayleforce, GayleStorm and Master Storm. He must really be some Storm then. He is one of the only four players to have to their credit two triple test centuries and hitting sixes is this man's area of expertise. Played captain to West Indies from 2007 until 2010, be sure not to take the time light headedly if he is playing. Only recently this man became the only cricketer in the world till date to have a double century in the Cricket World Cup (Against Zimbabwe- CWC 15). So beware, he might just spin your head around.

4. M.S. Dhoni - Mahendra Singh Dhoni, at age 33 is still a batsman well in form for years at a run. This right handed batsman guided India to its most glorious cricket victories in the history of World Cricket. He holds several records to his name including highest number of wins by an Indian captain in tests and ODI's as well as most back to back wins by an Indian captain in ODI's. India won the 2007 ICC World twenty20 as well as got the cup home in 2011 in the ICC world cup. The Cricket World Cup 2015 has been seeing the better side of him as an individual as well as a captain with six straight wins. If the victory continues, he might just add another feather to his cap.

3. Glenn Maxwell - This Australian cricketer gives no choice to the opposing team but to take his presence seriously. He might not be as stupendously experienced as other legendaries in his team and contemporaries but he defies the very idea of experience being a big deal. He was chosen as one of the fifteen member Squad in ICC CWC 2015 and he proved his excellence in his stupendous performance against Sri Lanka where he scored 102 runs at the Sydney Cricket Ground to rise his team to victory.

2. Brendon McCullum - This rather short Right handed cricketer has had a career with fewer credits than he deserved. He rose to fame initially more of his performance for the Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League than International Cricket but has he looked back? I doubt. He opens the One Day Internationals for New Zealand, and there is no wonder in the fact that New Zealand has sped its way to the top in world cricket. His brother and father were both first class cricketers so it is mostly in his genes. He scored 302 in his test against India on 18th February 2015 and became the only Batsman from NewZealand to score a triple century in Test Cricket.

1. AB De Villiers - This South African Cricketer, is named Abraham Benjamin de Villiers and Captains the South African One Day International Team. He is a right handed Batsman and is regarded as the best Batsman in the world at present. As in January 2014, Villiers ranked first in ODI batting ranking and 2nd in the test counterparts. He holds the record for most test innings without registering a duck (78) before November 2008. He holds the record for fastest 50 (16 Balls), 100(31 balls) and 150 (64 balls) in ODI cricket breaking the record of New Zealand's Corey Anderson. So, need you be scared of this man's attack? There is no way.

Easy Home remedies to prevent Hair fall

1. Hair Oil Massage - The first step that you can take to reduce hair loss is to massage your scalp with appropriate hair oil. Proper hair and scalp massage will increase blood flow to the hair follicles, condition the scalp, and enhance the strength of your hair's roots. It will also promote relaxation and reduce feelings of stress.

You can use hair oils like coconut or almond oil, olive oil, castor oil, amla oil, or others. Add a few drops of rosemary essential oil to the base oil for better and faster results. Other types of oil that you can use are emu oil, argan oil, and wheat germ oil. Massage any of the hair oils mentioned above onto your hair and scalp by applying light pressure with your fingertips.<br />Do this at least once a week.

2. Indian Gooseberry - For natural and fast hair growth, you can use Indian gooseberry, also known as amla. Indian gooseberry is rich in vitamin C, of which a deficiency in the body can cause hair loss.

The anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antibacterial, and the exfoliating properties present in Indian gooseberry can help maintain a healthy scalp and promote hair growth. Mix one tablespoon each of Indian gooseberry or amla pulp and lemon juice. Massage your scalp with the mixture thoroughly. Cover your hair with a shower cap. Leave it on overnight and shampoo your hair in the morning.

3. Fenugreek - Fenugreek, also known as methi, is highly effective in treating hair loss. Fenugreek seeds contain hormone antecedents that enhance hair growth and help rebuild hair follicles. They also contain proteins and nicotinic acid that stimulate hair growth. Soak one cup of fenugreek seeds in water overnight.

In the morning, grind them to make a paste. Apply the paste to your hair and cover with a shower cap. After about 40 minutes, rinse your hair. Follow this remedy every morning for a month.

4. Onion Juice - Onion juice helps treat hair loss due to its high sulfur content, which helps improve blood circulation to the hair follicles, regenerate hair follicles and reduce inflammation. The antibacterial properties in onion juice also help kill germs and parasites, and treat scalp infections that can cause hair loss.

In a 2002 study published in the Journal of Dermatology, almost 74 percent of the study participants who applied onion juice on the scalp experienced significant hair regrowth. Extract the juice of one onion by grating it and then strain it. Apply the juice directly onto the scalp. Leave it on for about 30 minutes, and then wash it off. Finally, shampoo your hair. Mix together three tablespoons of onion juice and two tablespoons of aloe vera gel. You can also add one tablespoon of olive oil. Apply this mixture onto your scalp and leave it on for at least 30 minutes before rinsing it off and shampooing your hair. Repeat either of these remedies two or three times a week for several weeks.

5. Aloe Vera - Aloe vera contains enzymes that directly promote healthy hair growth. Also, its alkalizing properties can help bring the scalp and hair's pH to a more desirable level, which can greatly promote hair growth.

Regular use can also relieve scalp itching, reduce scalp redness and inflammation, add strength and luster to hair, and alleviate dandruff. Both aloe vera gel and juice will work. Apply aloe vera gel or juice onto the scalp. Leave it on for a few hours and then wash it off with lukewarm water. Repeat the process three to four times a week. You can also consume one tablespoon of aloe vera juice daily on an empty stomach to enjoy better hair growth.

Internet marketing - promote your business online

According to webopedia Internet Marketing or Online Marketing, refers to advertising and marketing efforts that use the web and email to drive direct sales via electronic commerce, in addition to sales leads from web sites or emails. Internet marketing and online advertising efforts are typically used in conjunction with traditional types of advertising like radio, television, newspapers and magazines.

Internet has transformed business marketing. No matter what you do, the internet is likely to be at the heart of your marketing strategy. There has been a rapid rise in the number of e-commerce enterprises selling goods online. But many other business models are using the internet to promote their business via websites, blogs, email, social media sites like twitter and networking sites like LinkedIn. What's more, internet marketing enables you to carry out marketing activities that range from market research to improving customer service.

Internet marketing can be sub-categorize as Web marketing, E-mail marketing and Social media marketing.

1) Web Marketing - includes e-commerce websites, affiliate marketing, promotional or informative websites, online advertising, and organic search engine results via search engine optimization(SEO).

2) E-mail Marketing - includes both advertising and promotional marketing efforts via e-mails to current and prospective customers.

3) Social Media Marketing - involves both advertising and marketing efforts via social networks like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube etc.

4) Promoting Your Business Online - Your website is no use if nobody visits it. Simple steps like choosing a memorable name, promoting your website and driving traffic to your site via email marketing campaigns and including your web address in printed marketing materials and company stationery can all help. Social media marketing is now routinely used by many businesses to promote their businesses online and engage with customers and to build their reputation and brand.

You can also use online equivalents to traditional marketing methods advertising on other websites that your target customers are likely to visit, for example, or setting up affiliate marketing relationships with other companies. But one of the best ways to get visibility is to appear high up in search engine rankings. Search engine optimisation and pay per click are generally considered the best ways to get people to your site.

12 best honeymoon destinations in the world


The MaldivesThe Maldives - A private villa standing over crystal blue waters, days that end with orange sunsets over the ocean horizon, a glistening turquoise sea and white sands. The Maldives is the world's best backdrop for the perfect honeymoon. The only thing that would make you want to leave your room is the breathtaking coral reef and underwater creatures that demand a scuba diving session for a proper introduction.

Bali - What place evokes romance more than Bali? Blending spectacular mountain scenery, virescent rice terraces, enchanting temples and a vibrant culture. Bali stands alone in its lushness and incomparable beauty.

MexicoMexico - Sun, sand and stellar margaritas make Mexico an ever-popular honeymoon destination. The possibilities are endless: the ancient ruins of Tulum, the pristine beaches of Cobo San Lucas, the fabulous resorts in Playa del Carmen the country has just the right amount of sabor to spice up any trip.

New Zealand
New Zealand - For those who like the outdoors, there really is no better place to honeymoon than New Zealand. Enjoy long drives across winding roads, climb picturesque mountains, shop for Maori artefacts, or try bungee jumping and sky diving, you'd be hard pressed to find a more diverse destination.

ThailandThailand - Few destinations in the world offer such a heady experience as Thailand. From tropical islands like Phuket and Krabi to culturally rich cities like Bangkok and Chiang Rai, this Asian nation seamlessly combines adventure and relaxation far away from home. Take your honeymoon experience up a notch as you make your way through colourful markets, indulge in delectable cuisine, and walk along white sandy beaches.

Greece - Santorini, Athens, Mykonos and Thessaloniki - just a few reasons why Greece's old-world charm attracts honeymooners from across the globe. Its stellar historical attractions, delicious cuisine, picture-perfect Mediterranean beaches and the gorgeous views from the cliffside hotels in Santorini speak wonders about this honeymooner paradise.

France - France's allure is a no-brainer for anyone looking for a confluence of romance, culture and history. A French honeymoon can span the wineries of Provence, the beaches of Saint-Tropez, the history of Normandy and, of course, the utter romance of Paris. What could be better than wine, sightseeing and perhaps a little sunbathing?

Italy - The Bel Paese (the Beautiful Country) sweeps you off your feet with its romance and charm. That's no surprise when you've got Rome, with its romantic ruins and palatial hotels, Venice with its heart-stopping canals and Tuscany dotted with endless vineyards. From art and food to flamboyant fashion, Italy has it all.

Costa Rica
Costa Rica - The pura vida lifestyle of this Central American country attracts thousands of honeymooners for a tropical rainforest getaway. Costa Rica is a combination of remote beaches, volcanoes, waterfalls, national parks and radiant sunsets. The waves are plenty, the beauty is staggering and the sluggish pace is highly addictive.

French Polynesia
French Polynesia - Filled with luxurious bungalows, moss-green peaks and vivid turquoise lagoons, sultry French Polynesia is a place to slow down and experience a warm, laid-back country. This South Pacific island cluster includes classic honeymoon getaways like Bora Bora and Tahiti.

Caribbean Islands
Caribbean Islands - The islands of the Caribbean have long been popular for honeymooners and it's no surprise why beautiful beaches, luxurious resorts and plenty of activities to welcome you. From Anguilla to Puerto Rico to the United States Virgin Islands, each has its own vibe making it the perfect destination for travellers with varied tastes.

Hawaii - It's hard to go wrong with a honeymoon in Hawaii. The Islands boast of the some of the world's most dramatic scenery including tropical rainforests, miles and miles of sandy beaches, gushing waterfalls and exotic flowers in abundance.

Recent study shows that Earth's Carbon may came from planetary smashup

Today's, most of the Earth's life giving carbon may have come from a collision about 4.4 billion years ago between our planet and an embryonic planet similar to Mercury.

In a new study this week in Nature Geoscience, Rice petrologist Rajdeep Dasgupta and colleagues offer a new answer to a long-debated geological question: How did carbon-based life develop on Earth, given that most of the planet's carbon should have either boiled away in the planet's earliest days or become locked in Earth's ?

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In a new study this week in Nature Geoscience, Rice petrologist Rajdeep Dasgupta and colleagues offer a new answer to a long-debated geological question: How did carbon-based life develop on Earth, given that most of the planet's carbon should have either boiled away in the planet's earliest days or become locked in Earth's ?

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In a new study this week in Nature Geoscience, Rice petrologist Rajdeep Dasgupta and colleagues offer a new answer to a long debated geological question: How did carbon-based life develop on Earth, given that most of the planet's carbon should have either boiled away in the planet's earliest days or become locked in Earth's core?
In a new study this week in Nature Geoscience, Rice petrologist Rajdeep Dasgupta and colleagues offer a new answer to a long-debated geological question: How did carbon-based life develop on Earth, given that most of the planet's carbon should have either boiled away in the planet's earliest days or become locked in Earth's ?

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In a new study this week in Nature Geoscience, Rice petrologist Rajdeep Dasgupta and colleagues offer a new answer to a long-debated geological question: How did carbon-based life develop on Earth, given that most of the planet's carbon should have either boiled away in the planet's earliest days or become locked in Earth's ?

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In a new study this week in Nature Geoscience, Rice petrologist Rajdeep Dasgupta and colleagues offer a new answer to a long-debated geological question: How did carbon-based life develop on Earth, given that most of the planet's carbon should have either boiled away in the planet's earliest days or become locked in Earth's ?

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In a new study this week in Nature Geoscience, Rice petrologist Rajdeep Dasgupta and colleagues offer a new answer to a long-debated geological question: How did carbon-based life develop on Earth, given that most of the planet's carbon should have either boiled away in the planet's earliest days or become locked in Earth's ?

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In a new study this week in Nature Geoscience, Rice petrologist Rajdeep Dasgupta and colleagues offer a new answer to a long-debated geological question: How did carbon-based life develop on Earth, given that most of the planet's carbon should have either boiled away in the planet's earliest days or become locked in Earth's ?

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"The challenge is to explain the origin of the volatile elements like carbon that remain outside the core in the mantle portion of our planet," said Dasgupta. His lab specializes in recreating the high-pressure and high-temperature conditions that exist deep inside Earth and other rocky planets. His team squeezes rocks in hydraulic presses that can simulate conditions about 250 miles below Earth's surface or at the core-mantle boundary of smaller planets like Mercury.

"We had published several studies that showed that even if carbon did not vapourise into space when the planet was largely molten, it would end up in the metallic core of our planet, because the iron-rich alloys there have a strong affinity for carbon."

Earth's core, which is mostly iron, makes up about one-third of the planet's mass. Earth's silicate mantle accounts for the other two-thirds and extends more than 1,500 miles below Earth's surface. Earth's crust and atmosphere are so thin that they account for less than 1 percent of the planet's mass. The mantle, atmosphere and crust constantly exchange elements, including the volatile elements needed for life.

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Earth's core, which is mostly iron, makes up about one-third of the planet's mass. Earth's silicate mantle accounts for the other two-thirds and extends more than 1,500 miles below Earth's surface. Earth's crust and atmosphere are so thin that they account for less than 1 percent of the planet's mass. The mantle, atmosphere and crust constantly exchange elements, including the volatile elements needed for life. If Earth's initial allotment of carbon boiled away into space or got stuck in the core, where did the carbon in the mantle and biosphere come from?

"One popular idea has been that volatile elements like carbon, sulphur, nitrogen and hydrogen were added after Earth's core finished forming," said Yuan Li, who was a postdoctoral researcher at Rice at the time of the study. And also said, "Any of those elements that fell to Earth in meteorites and comets more than about 100 million years after the solar system formed could have avoided the intense heat of the magma ocean that covered Earth up to that point."

In late 2013, Dasgupta's team decided to conduct experiments to gauge how sulphur or silicon might alter the affinity of iron for carbon. "We began exploring very sulphur-rich and silicon-rich alloys, in part because the core of Mars is thought to be sulphur-rich and the core of Mercury is thought to be relatively silicon-rich," Dasgupta said.

Experiments showed that carbon could be excluded from the core and relegated to the silicate mantle if the iron alloys in the core were rich in either silicon or sulphur. The team mapped out the relative concentrations of carbon that would arise under various levels of sulphur and silicon enrichment, and the researchers compared those concentrations to the known volatiles in Earth's silicate mantle.

Sylvester Stallone death hoax gone viral

Sylvester Stallone found himself as a victim of a death hoax this weekend, but dismissed the rumours with a fun photo on Monday, media reports said. The hoax was quickly spread across social media, Sylvester brushed it off with a cheeky smile and boxing pose, proving he's as fit as ever, Mirror online reported.

The silver lining, however, was that the Rocky and Rambo action movie legend was hale and hearty. However, people were thrown into a state of shock this weekend as a cruel rumour circulated on social media which appeared to confirm his death.

A fake news story allegedly from US news site CNN, was being shared on Facebook, and Twitter, fans clicking on the spam article and shares. However, Stallone has ignored the prank,  has been active on his own social media accounts. On Friday, he shared a silly selfie with his daughter Sophia as they enjoyed a meal together, captioning it: "A wonderful quiet dinner together with my daughter".

The Moon spun on a different axis billions of years ago

he Moon hasn't always been spinning at the same angle as it does today, a new study suggests. The Moon's axis likely shifted sometime around three billion years ago, due to the work of ancient lunar volcanoes. These volcanoes heated up one side of the lunar surface, changing the mass and structure of the space rock's insides and causing the Moon to tip over onto its current axis.

Researchers uncovered this angle adjustment by studying the position of water-ice at the Moon's poles. They used the distribution of the ice to show that the Moon's axis shifted by about six degrees. "It'd be like the Earth's North Pole going to Greenland," said study author Matt Siegler, a researcher at the Planetary Science Institute. His team's work is published today in the journal Nature.

The researchers say their work proves that a large portion of water-ice at the lunar poles formed sometime before the Moon's orientation changed. That means that some of the Moon's ice is from the early years of the Solar System, which is thought to be 4.5 billion years old. "If we were to send astronauts to the poles, they'd be sampling primordial water," said James Keane, a planetary scientist at the University of Arizona.

Scientists first suspected that the Moon held water-ice back in the late 1990s, after hydrogen was discovered on the lunar surface by NASA's Lunar Prospector probe. The existence of water-ice has been inferred by these hydrogen measurements, which indicates the ice is lurking inside craters at the lunar poles areas that are in constant shadow.

But when studying these polar regions, Siegler and his team noticed that water-ice seemed to be missing from some of the shadowed craters. That was odd, since ice should have accumulated in all the darkened regions over time, not just a few. This suggested that some of the craters may have been exposed to sunlight sometime in the past, causing the water-ice to disappear. "The ice is like a vampire; as soon as it gets hit by sunlight, it poofs into smoke," Siegler said.

The distribution of ice at the poles also pointed toward some kind of lunar shift. The team noticed that water-ice formed trails away from each pole. These two trails are mirror opposites of each other and located at equal distances away from each pole. The researchers agreed that true polar wander the shifting of the north and south pole was responsible for this ice placement. The ice trails essentially provide a path from the ancient pole's location to where today's pole is found. "The paths we're seeing are the small parts that have always remained in shadow, even through the Moon's motion," said Siegler. It's the true permanent shadow on the Moon.

The culprit of this axis shift was likely ancient volcanic activity on the near side of the Moon the region permanently facing Earth. Over three billion years ago, volcanism caused this area to get hotter than the rest of the Moon's surface, making the region less dense. This change in mass caused the Moon to tip a little.

The researchers say their work shows the Moon's water-ice is just as old as the volcanic eruptions, if not older. Much of the water-ice seen at the poles is what has survived the Moon's tilt. "The paradigm up until this was that ice was continually being formed on the Moon," said Keane. "We show that some fraction has been preserved since the beginning of the Solar System." Keane hopes their discovery will provide more incentive to explore the Moon's polar ice caps in the future, as it could tell us more about how water-ice came to be on the lunar surface billions of years ago.

Five-dimensional black hole could BREAK general relativity

Scientists have shown how a ring-shaped black hole could cause Einstein's general theory of relativity, a foundation of modern physics, to break down - assuming the universe contains at least five dimensions. The researchers, from the University of Cambridge and Queen Mary University of London, have successfully simulated a black hole shaped like a very thin ring, which gives rise to a series of 'bulges' connected by strings that become thinner over time.

These strings eventually become so thin that they pinch off into a series of miniature black holes - similar to how a thin stream of water from a tap breaks up into droplets. This bizarrely shaped black hole could cause Einstein's general theory of relativity, a foundation of modern physics, to break down. However, such an object could only exist in a universe with five or more dimensions, say the researchers from University of Cambridge and Queen Mary University of London. Ring-shaped black holes were discovered by theoretical physicists in 2002 but this is the first time that their dynamics have been successfully simulated using supercomputers. Should this type of black hole form, it would lead to the appearance of a naked singularity, which would cause the equations behind general relativity to break down.

A singularity is a point where gravity is so intense that space, time, and the laws of physics, break down. General relativity predicts that singularities exist at the center of black holes, and that they are surrounded by an event horizon the point of no return where the gravitational pull becomes so strong that escape is impossible, meaning that they cannot be observed from the outside.

As long as singularities stay hidden behind an event horizon, they do not cause trouble and general relativity holds the cosmic censorship conjecture says that this is always the case, explained study co-author Markus Kunesch from Cambridge's Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (DAMTP).

But what if a singularity existed outside of an event horizon?
If it did, not only would it be visible from the outside, but it would represent an object that has collapsed to an infinite density, a state which causes the laws of physics to break down. Theoretical physicists have hypothesised that such a thing, called a naked singularity might exist in higher dimensions. "If naked singularities exist, general relativity breaks down," added Saran Tunyasuvunakool, a PhD student from DAMTP. "And if general relativity breaks down, it would throw everything upside down, because it would no longer have any predictive power it could no longer be considered as a standalone theory to explain the universe", Tunyasuvunakool noted in a paper appeared in the journal Physical Review Letters.

We think of the universe as existing in three dimensions, plus the fourth dimension of time, which together are referred to as spacetime. Since humans can only directly perceive three dimensions, the existence of extra dimensions can only be inferred through very high energy experiments, such as those conducted at the Large Hadron Collider. "The better we get at simulating Einstein's theory of gravity in higher dimensions, the easier it will be for us to help with advancing new computational techniques, we're pushing the limits of what you can do on a computer when it comes to Einstein's theory," explained Tunyasuvunakool. "But if cosmic censorship doesn't hold in higher dimensions, then maybe we need to look at what's so special about a four-dimensional universe that means it does hold,"  the authors noted.

Here is a video of a very thin black ring. Now, there is clear evidence of the black ring starting to break up into little droplets. In this process a naked singularity is created and weak cosmic censorship is violated. Credit: Pau Figueras, Markus Kunesch, and Saran Tunyasuvunakool.

Loneliness is harmful to teenagers

New research at the University of North Carolina has found that being lonely is as harmful to teenagers' health as not getting enough exercise.

There have been many studies showing the health effects of social isolation on the elderly, but this is the first to look at the impact on the young. The researchers at UNC said their findings demonstrated that it was as important to encourage young people to build social skills as it was to tell them to eat well and exercise. The researchers looked at how connected and involved the teenagers were with their family, friends, school and neighborhood.

Professor Kathleen Mullan Harris, a professor of sociology at UNC, said those with fewer social connections were at higher risk of inflammation or abdominal obesity. "The reason that we chose these health issues, all of them are highly related to important diseases that will come along later in life; including heart disease, stroke, cancer, immune function."

The researchers monitored physical activity and discovered that whether lonely teenagers exercised or not they still had poor health outcomes. She said the researchers concluded that a person's relationship with other people helped to buffer many of the daily stressors that people experienced each day. "So when you're socially isolated you don't have that advantage and then your body feels sort of the full impact of the daily stressors that we confront every day."

Humans are creating new ways things can go wrong

Nuclear war, global warming and genetically-engineered viruses are among the scenarios which he singles out. And he says that further progress in science and technology will create "new ways things can go wrong".

Prof. Hawking is giving this year's BBC Reith Lectures, which explore research into black holes, and his warning came in answer to audience questions. He says that assuming humanity eventually establishes colonies on other worlds, it will be able to survive. "Although the chance of a disaster to planet Earth in a given year may be quite low, it adds up over time, and becomes a near certainty in the next thousand or ten thousand years".

By that time we should have spread out into space, and to other stars, so a disaster on Earth would not mean the end of the human race. "However, we will not establish self-sustaining colonies in space for at least the next hundred years, so we have to be very careful in this period." It is ironic that such a prominent figure in science identifies scientific progress itself as the major source of new threats.

On previous occasions, he has highlighted the potential risks of artificial intelligence (AI) becoming powerful enough to cause the extinction of the human race. But he insists that ways will be found to cope. "We are not going to stop making progress, or reverse it, so we have to recognise the dangers and control them. I'm an optimist, and I believe we can." Asked for advice for young scientists, Prof Hawking said they should retain a sense of wonder about 'our vast and complex' Universe.

"From my own perspective, it has been a glorious time to be alive and doing research in theoretical physics. There is nothing like the Eureka moment of discovering something that no one knew before." But he also said that future generations of researchers should be aware of how scientific and technological progress is changing the world, and to help the wider public understand it. "It's important to ensure that these changes are heading in the right directions. In a democratic society, this means that everyone needs to have a basic understanding of science to make informed decisions about the future. "So communicate plainly what you are trying to do in science, and who knows, you might even end up understanding it yourself."

Since his diagnosis with motor neurone disease, Prof Hawking's determination to overcome the immense physical challenges of his disability has been a source of worldwide admiration and fascination. His daughter Lucy, a journalist and writer, who has co-written children's science books with Prof Hawking, was asked to explain his drive. "I think his enormously stubborn and has a very enviable wish to keep going and the ability to summon all his reserves, all his energy, all his mental focus and press them all into that goal of keeping going," she said. 

"But not just to keep going for the purposes of survival, but to transcend this by producing extraordinary work, writing books, giving lectures, inspiring other people with neurodegenerative and other disabilities, and being a family man, a friend and a colleague to so many people and keeping up with friends across the world."

Rock On!! 2 scheduled to release on Nov 11

Rock On!! 2 movie is sequel to Rock On movie, which was released in 2008 and after almost eight years movies second part is coming. First movie was having average grosser label on Indian box office collection. - See more at:
Rock On!! 2 movie is sequel to Rock On movie, which was released in 2008 and after almost eight years movies second part is coming. First movie was having average grosser label on Indian box office collection. - See more at:
Rock On!! 2 movie is sequel to Rock On movie, which was released in 2008 and after almost eight years movies second part is coming. First movie was having average grosser label on Indian box office collection. - See more at:
Rock On!! 2 movie is sequel to Rock On movie, which was released in 2008 and after almost eight years movies second part is coming. First movie was having average grosser label on Indian box office collection. 

Farhan Akhtar's special status as a star-singer seems to have rubbed off on his co-stars. He first got Priyanka Chopra to croon with him in his home production Dil Dhadkane Do. Now he's got Shraddha Kapoor to croon a duet with him for another home production Rock On 2.

Of course both the actresses are into singing from before. But they've never been seen crooning on screen before. Both the songs have been composed by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy.

Interestingly neither Priyanka in Dil Dhadakne Do nor Shradha in Rock On!! 2 play Farhan's conventional leading lady as Priyanka was married to Rahul Bose in the former and Shraddha is not romantically paired with Farhan in the latter. Farhan's character is married to Prachi Desai in Rock On!! 2.

Rock On!! 2 movies official poster is not out yet but already scheduled to released on November 11, 2016.