To get success in blogging, you need to build a proper Blogging business plan and you must have a Blog Success formula to run your blog for long time. I’ve been blogging from last 8 months and in my last 8 months of blogging I’ve put together what helped me to take my blog to the next level in less time and what formula did I use. In this post I’m going to show you how to have your own blogging formula. Read: ShoutMeLoud – The Next generation Bloggers Real Example: Remember Tom & Jerry? How they used to run after each other and made you laugh? I still watch the show sometimes and can’t help but notice how there’s a small underlying formula there. Toms always chases Jerry but fails miserably. No matter how different themes are there, this always happens. Jerry will be a US Secret Agent, Tom will be Russian. Jerry will be a super hero, Tom will be be a super villain. Jerry will be a thief, Tom will be the guard. Notice how roles are … [Read more...] about How To Make Your Own Blog Formula for Success
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It seems like everyone these days is trying to get in on the GPS-based augmented-reality game fad, and the latest entry into the genre comes to us courtesy of…the Catholic Church? Developed by Florida-based Catholic evangelical group Fundación Ramón Pané, Follow JC Go (the JC stands for Jesus Christ, in case that wasn’t clear) takes the formula popularized by Niantic’s Pokemon GO and gives it a religious spin. Rather than catching electric rodents and sentient ice-cream cones, players of Follow JC Go are tasked with amassing a collection of Catholic saints and other important Biblical figures — though there’s no word on whether the big JC himself is up for grabs. Of course, it probably wouldn’t go over well if players battled the saints and imprisoned them in little balls, so instead, players will have to answer philosophical and theological questions to add new figures to their teams. According to a report from Catholic publication … [Read more...] about Follow JC Go puts a Biblical spin on Pokemon Go’s formula
Since the February layoffs that reduced ArenaNet’s headcount by about 1/3, the company’s been mostly silent regarding its internal goings-on and the general morale in the studio. Today, Eurogamer published an interview with two employees who survived the purge, getting their takes on how things have gone over the past month-plus and what it means for the future of both ArenaNet and Guild Wars 2. Along with the expected tales of losing friends and co-workers, lead Living World designer Linsey Murdock said that the team “had to make some adjustments.” That’s understandable from a general manpower perspective, but Murdock also said that the content of GW2 could also shift, due in part to a reassessment of how the game has been updated in recent years: “This is an opportunity for us to assess whether we’re just doing this because we always have – or because this has been the pattern for the past two seasons – or shall we refresh things … [Read more...] about ArenaNet Devs Open Up Regarding Layoffs, Hope To Make Guild Wars 2 Less “Formulaic”
I enjoy playing Gacha games on occasion. I don’t mind the constant rerolling and farming to improve/evolve my characters. I draw the line in the sand when I feel it is heartlessly greedy, or not worth the time vested. Elune does something sincerely different (across all of the Gacha titles I’ve played on mobile) that I approve of, and it’s both a good thing and a terrible thing at the same time. Before I go further, I want to address this feature: Re-Rolling. Elune has an option where you can do a 10 roll, for 30 dollars. Now, that sounds like a lot, and that’s because it is. You have the option to reroll the entire ten characters up to 30 times. During each of these rerolls, you can reroll another three characters out of the 10. This is a fantastic way to get a ton of great characters. You can reroll over and over until you’re happy, and then pay the 30 dollars for Guaranteed Select. The problem with this lies in that it’s 30 dollars! While … [Read more...] about Elune Review: A New Coat of Paint on the Gacha Formula
With the constant clamoring from fans for Daybreak (or someone) to create an honest-to-goodness next-gen sequel to the EverQuest franchise, you’d hope that it would actually happen someday. Obviously EverQuest Next itself didn’t pan out — not that everyone considered that title a sequel or even deserving of the EQ name. But it was impossible not to find a glimmer of hope at the news that Daybreak was hiring for positions involving a new game. And then even that tiny flame of hope was snuffed out. The upcoming unannounced title is apparently a first-person shooter, a multi-platform FPS. That doesn’t sound very compatible with the Norrath people want. But that doesn’t mean it won’t be the Norrath people get! Now before you hyperventilate: This is just speculation. I know EQIII the FPS is a longshot. If it has any ties to Daybreak’s existing portfolio at all, the new game is much more likely to be related … [Read more...] about EverQuesting: Could Daybreak’s new FPS be an EverQuest?