Get free stuff for playing a free game? What a bargain! Today’s case is the RWBY Deckbuilding Game from Rooster Teeth, which is celebrating its 16th anniversary (Rooster Teeth, not the card game). Players who log into the game and complete three quick matches before April 1 will receive a special card sleeve to commemorate the event. If you’ve got 2000 Dust burning a hole in your virtual pocket, you can also pick up the “Celebration” Battleboard. You can see both the battleboard (center) and the sleeve (left) in the image at the top of this article. … [Read more...] about RWBY Deckbuilding Game Offering Free 16th Anniversary Rooster Teeth Card Backs And Battleboard
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upjers is proud to celebrate nine years of Mootown as My Free Farm hits their ninth birthday. All players who log in between October 9th and October 17th will receive My Free Farm Birthday Sheep, and during this time, the “Birthday Pair Game” will also be active to put players memories to the ultimate test. Players who tackle this memory game will match card pairs to earn fantastic in-game prizes. The aim of the game is to match as many card pairs with the same images. Prizes include four new shadowbox items in both static and animated versions as well as a daily chance to earn a 2% points power-up. As a special surprise for its loyal players, My Free Farm is also introducing a daily login bonus. Aside from daily gifts of Potato Dollars and products, there’s a 20% points bonus for a selected crop for players that log in 7 days in a row. … [Read more...] about My Free Farm Celebrates Their Ninth Birthday
The power of images and visuals in content marketing cannot be overstated. I’m sure you’ve heard the stats before, still, here’s a quick refresher from Jeff Bullas. Including the right images can make your post more readable and consequently more shareable. Finding the right images for your blog, though, which are also free, can be quite a challenging task. So we did the legwork for you. Here are eight of the best websites for sourcing free images. Some of the websites will charge you for some images, but all have a selection of free images that you can use with very few restrictions. The easiest and quickest way to get free images is to go to Google images and type in the keywords that most suit your blog or website topic. Use the license options at the top of the screen and select, “Labeled for reuse.” These are the images you can use yourself without fear of copyright restrictions. Don’t forget that Google has started active scripting, which … [Read more...] about 10+ Great Places to Source Free Images for Your Blog
As a blogger, we often miss out the importance of images and even if we use images, most of the time we pick it from random Websites. Here I’m sharing some useful resources for beginners to Find Images Online for free. These Image sites, will help you to pick the best image for your next blog post. For simplicity’s sake, a lot of writers use photos that they find online. Using images that are owned by someone else is fine as long as you make sure that you won’t be infringing on copyright. It is illegal to borrow an image from another site without getting explicit permission from the person who owns the rights to that image. What do we mean by explicit permission? If you find an image anywhere other than a free image site, you must contact the site and get written permission to use the image. Always trace images that you find online back to their original source, and check the copyright information once you get there. If you can’t find the … [Read more...] about Where to Find Images Online For Your Website?
Exactly 16 years from today, two young men were sitting in front of their computers just like you and me. What started as a spelling-mistake, later turned out to be the most influential brand name the world has ever seen! A company whose product gained reputation and respect globally simply by "worth of mouth" and not by any ads. A company, initially against advertising, then figures out a way to run one of the most biggest ad programs in the world! Yes, I am talking about Google! Today, the ShoutMeLoud community is celebrating google.com's 16th birthday! The internet is what it is today because of what started exactly 16 years from now. Why you ask? Because on September 15, 1997, Larry Page and Sergey Brin registered the domain name Google.com! This is how Google.com looked like later in 1998 when they launched the company: To celebrate this occasion, I wanted to write about something unique. Hence, instead of writing on something generic like "things you didn't know about Google" … [Read more...] about 7 Mind-Blowing Secret Easter Eggs To Celebrate Google’s Birthday