Play Final Fantasy XIVI appreciate the fact that we did not get a comprehensive picture of the next patch’s story with this particular live letter. Yes, the next patch for Final Fantasy XIV will give us a clearer picture of where we’re headed and what the future of the story will be, but I appreciate that we’re still playing the same game where we all pretend not to know the name of the next expansion and will be very surprised when it gets revealed in November. (Currently practicing my “oh my” face for that.) In fact, a lot of this stream was just… showing off things we already know about, even if much of it still managed to be revelatory. And, of course, filled with people complaining about everything shown. But let’s run down the stuff that we know so far and place some of that in context, yes? We’ll also divorce some of the non-context from surrounding summaries. Sigmascape and rumors Here’s the thing: It may be accurate. But we … [Read more...] about Wisdom of Nym: What we learned in Final Fantasy XIV’s anniversary letter
What i learned
Hey, Shouters! First of all, I would like to thank Harsh & ShoutMeLoud (SML) for giving me this exciting opportunity to share my experience here. I’ve been a reader of ShoutMeLoud from past few months & SML taught me a lot regarding blogging, SEO, internet marketing, etc. So, Thanks, Harsh & SML for making this beautiful & awesome blogging community. Now, let’s start with our main topic. Google India Publisher meet Was in Four Season’s Hotel, Mumbai on 27’th February 2015 where we got the chance to personally meet the people working behind the scenes of Google Search, AdSense. I’m not going to share the every detail of the meet but the important things that we, the bloggers should focus on. The meet started with a cup of coffee. The first session was by Mr. Ashish Kalsi, who is working as a Search Quality Analyst at Google Search Team. He showed the Digital Landscape in India. Since India is rapidly growing digitally, we all have the … [Read more...] about I Attended Google Publisher Meet, & here is what I learned.
I didn’t discover my passion for writing until the past few years, although I was always an avid readers as a kid and wanted people to read my works. The past three years have been almost like a blessing and I finally found my interest in writing and moreover an outlet to express them. Nothing hurts more bad for a writer than having your works not being read widely. After having written over hundreds of articles for the past few years, I was given a chance to join the ShoutMeLoud community by the humble Harsh Agarwal and I didn’t have second thoughts about trying my luck here, and I have been accepted with some aplomb by the wonderful community here. After having been written over a million words, including 60 articles for ShoutMeLoud, hundreds of articles on my personal blog and thousands of words for the first draft of my novel, my experience of working with Harsh and writing for the ShoutMeLoud community was a memorable one. During this journey, I have … [Read more...] about 7 Invaluable Blog Writing Tips I Learned After Writing for ShoutMeLoud
Are you interested in building the next viral mobile application? Did you know you now need to get in either 23K free daily downloads, or 950 paid users each day (approximately $12K daily revenue) to be in the top 50 iPhone apps, according to TechCrunch. How do we do even begin to think about creating viral mobile apps that can achieve this level of success? The easy answer is we take lessons from those who have successfully launched mobile apps in the past. You do not need to reinvent the wheel. 1. Make sure your app works on multiple platforms. This article will not discuss the Android versus iPhone debate that users love. When you are developing an app, you can create it for one specific platform, but in today’s segmented market you probably need to create an app for both major platforms, or better develop it for all major Smartphone OS. The reason for this is simple. Check out mobile phones manufactures, and you will see the vast majority of phones exist in both platforms. … [Read more...] about What I Learned After Building A Viral Mobile Application
Blogging is like technology, there is something new to learn and experiment everyday. Reading other blogs and bloggers’ experience will be helpful to understand the basics, but experiencing and learning the real lessons will give the clear picture of blogging. I registered my first domain back in 2007 when I was not aware anything about blogs. 2016 was an excellent year for me in terms of earnings and traffic. I started concentrating seriously on blogging last year, which gave me nice lessons. The below 33 blogging lessons I learned and will be real practical example for you. Blogging lessons that I learned the hard-way 1) Blogging and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) are not rocket science. SEO is important part of every Blogger journey and something we should spend time learning it. 2) Select your domain name properly with long term plan; you can’t change it later whenever you want. 3) Hosting plan and hosting company are very important like finding a location for a … [Read more...] about 33 Important Blogging Lessons I Learned From Experience