vineri, 29 aprilie 2011

Sony PlayStation Network Credit Card Info For Sale

Playstation card

According to unverified reports, hackers have stolen about 2.2 million credit cards from Sony's PlayStation Network.

 Despite Sony's claim that the database of PlayStation credit card information was encrypted, security researchers say they've seen forum discussions where the hackers brag about having PlayStation credit card numbers in their possession, and are threatening to sell the information for up to $100,000, the New York Times reports.

Sony is saying the credit cards were encrypted, but we are hearing that the hackers made it into the main database, which would have given them access to everything, including credit card numbers.

Supposedly the hackers selling the DB says it has: fname, lnam, address, zip, country, phone, email, password, dob, ccnum, CVV2, exp date.

As expected, PSN users have taken to online communities to report fraudulent charges on their linked credit card accounts.

"Just got called by my credit card company, been charged 2 grand for some Paypal account in China...nice one Sony. At least I get it back #PSN," one user tweeted.
Sony has previously claimed that there is no evidence that credit card data was stolen, but that it couldn’t rule out the possibility. “If you have provided your credit card data through PlayStation Network or Qriocity, out of an abundance of caution we are advising you that your credit card number (excluding security code) and expiration date may have been obtained,” the company warned in blog post on Tuesday.

Hacker group Anonymous was originally suspected of causing the disruption as it had previously vowed retribution against the Japanese electronics giant after it took legal action two hackers.A security expert with

TrendMicro says that criminals using online forums are offering to sell a database of 2.2 million credit card numbers taken during the PlayStation Network breach.


Black Seeds

Black Seed

For centuries, the Black Seed herb and oil has been used by millions of people in Asia, Middle East, and Africa to support their health. An aromatic spice, similar looking to sesame seed except black in color, it has been traditionally used for a variety of conditions and treatments related to respiratory health, stomach and intestinal health, kidney and liver function, circulatory and immune system support, and for general overall well-being. Black Seed is also known as Black Cumin, Black Caraway Seed, Habbatul Baraka (the Blessed Seed), and by its botanical name "Nigella Sativa".

Since 1959, over 200 studies at international universities and articles published in various journals have shown remarkable results supporting its traditional uses recorded almost 1400 years ago.

While the Black Seed is highly effective by itself, ongoing studies with the combination of other herbs have produced remarkable results.

Amazingly Black Seed's chemical composition is very rich and diverse. Aside from its primary ingredient, crystalline nigellone, Black Seed contains 15 amino acids, proteins, carbohydrates, both fixed oils (84% fatty acids, including linolenic, and oleic), and volatile oils, alkaloids, saponin, and crude fiber, as well as minerals such as calcium, iron, sodium and potassium. There are still many components in Black Seed that haven't been identified. But research is going on around the world.

 Black Seed Oil contains several ingredients (in significant amounts) with potential value. The following chart reflects the composition of Black Seed Oil in terms of its active, nutrient components, and any other significant ingredients.

Essential Oil Composition (1.4%)
Black Seed Oil

Fatty Acids
Black Seed Oil.
Myristic Acid (C14:0)
Palmitic Acid (C16:0)
Palmitoleic Acid (C16:1)
Stearic Acid (C18:0)
Oleic Acid (C18:1)
Linoleic Acid (C18:2)(Omega-6)
Linolenic Acid (18:3n-3) (Omega-3)
Arachidic Acid (C20:0)

Saturated & Unsaturated Fatty Acids
Black Seed Oil
Saturated Acid
Monounsaturated Acids
Polyunsaturated Acids

Nutritional Value
Black Seed Oil
208 ug/g
1 ug/g
57 ug/g
610 IU/g
1.859 mg/g
105 ug/g
18 ug/g
60 ug/g
5.265 mg/g
Nutritional Composition
Black Cumin Seed

Black Cumin (Nigella sativa) Seed is rich in nutritional values.
Monosaccharides (single molecule sugars) in the form of glucose, rhamnose, xylose, and arabinose are found in the black seed.

It is rich in fatty acids, particularly the unsaturated and essential fatty acids (Linoleic and Linolenic acid). The EFAs, consisting of alpha-Linolenic acid (omega-3) and Linoleic acid (omega-6), are substances that cannot be manufactured in the body, and thus must be taken in as supplements or through high-EFA foods in order to sustain health. 

The Black Cumin (Nigella sativa) Seed contains a non-starch polysaccharide component which is a useful source of dietary fiber.
Fifteen amino acids make up the protein content of the Black Cumin (Nigella sativa) Seed, including eight of the nine essential amino acids. Essential amino acids cannot be synthesized within our body in sufficient quantities and are thus required from our diet.

Chemical analysis has further revealed that the Black Cumin (Nigella sativa) Seed contains carotene, which is converted by the liver into vitamin A. 

Black seed contains Arginine which is essential for infant growth.
The Black Cumin (Nigella sativa) Seed is also a source of calcium, iron, sodium, and potassium. Required only in small amounts by the body, these elements' main function is to act as essential cofactors in various enzyme functions.

Black Seed's Mechanisms of Action
  • Analgesic: Relieves or dampens sensation of pain. 

  •  Anti-Inflammatory: Reduces inflammation.

  • Anti-bacterial: Destroys or inhibits the growth of destructive bacteria.
  • Anthelmintic: (Also know as vermicide or vermifuge) destroys and expels intestinal worms.
  • Anti-Microbial: Destroys or inhibits the growth of destructive microorganisms.
  • Anti-Pyretic: (Also known as ferbrifuge) - exhibits a 'cooling action', useful in fever reduction.
  • Antioxidant: Prevents or delays the damaging oxidisation of the body's cells - particularly useful against free radicals.
  • Anti-spasmodic: Prevents or eases muscle spasms and cramps.
  • Anti-tumour: Counteracts or prevents the formation of malignant tumours
  • Carminative: Stimulates digestion and induces the expulsion of gas from the stomach and the intestines.
  • Diuretic: Stimulates urination to relieve bloating and rid the body of any excess water.
    Diaphoretic: Induces perspiration during fever to cool and stimulate the release of toxins.
  • Digestive: Stimulates bile and aids in the digestive process.
  • Galactogogue: Stimulates the action of milk in new mothers.
  •  Emmenagogue: Stimulates menstrual flow and activity.
  • Hypotensive: Reduces excess blood pressure.
  • Laxative: Causes looseness or relaxation of the bowels.
  •  Immunomodulator: Suppresses or strengthens immune system activity as needed for optimum balance.

BLACK SEED: Frequently Asked Questions

What is Black Seed?

Black Seed is a traditional herb that has been in use for thousands of years by people living in the Middle East and some parts of Asia and Africa to promote health and fight disease. It is also known the “Blessed Seed”.

What are the essential properties of Black Seed?

Black Seed herb contains over 100 components, many of which still remain to be discovered. It is a rich source of unsaturated fatty acids and contains about 35% oil, 21% protein, and 38% carbohydrates. More than 50% of the oil are essential fatty acids. It’s linoleic acid and gamma linolenic acid content help form Prostaglandin E1, which helps the body to inhibit infections, balances the immune system, and regulates allergic reactions. Gamma-linolenic acid also helps stabilize the cell membrane. Black Seed also contains about .5-1.5% volatile oils including Nigellone and thymochinon which are responsible for Black Seed’s anti-histamine, anti-oxidant, anti-infective, and broncho-dialating effect.

What are some of the traditional uses of Black Seed?

Traditionally, Black Seed has been used for a variety of conditions and treatments related to respiratory health, stomach and intestinal complaints, kidney & liver function, circulatory and immune system support, and to improve general health. Its can be topically used for eczema, psoriasis, arthritis, inflammation, and scalp massage.

What scientific research has there been on Black Seed?

Since 1959, there have been over 200 studies at international universities and articles published in various journals showing remarkable results supporting some of its traditional uses. In 1960, Egyptian researchers confirmed that Nigellone was responsible for Black Seeds broncho-dialating effect. Recently scientists in Europe have confirmed the anti-bacterial and anti-mycotic effects of black seed oil. Scientists at the Cancer and Immuno-Biological Laboratory have found that Black Seed stimulates bone marrow and immune cells and raises the interferon production, protects normal cells against cell destroying effects of viruses, destroys tumor cells and raises the number of anti-bodies producing B cells.

What about the effects of Black Seed and Prostaglandin E1 on the Immune System?

Through the formation of Protaglandin E1, the complete immune system is harmonized and the body’s over-reactive allergic reactions are stabilized. By also inhibiting infection, the immune system is able to prevent and control chronic illnesses. Healthy cells are protected from the damaging effects of viruses, inhibiting tumors. As a result Interferon cell protein is formed, inhibiting growth of damaging micro-organisms.

Recently independent clinical studies published in the Archives of Aids also established some astonishing effects of Black Seed on the defense system by improving the ratio between helper T-cells and suppressor T-cells by a significant amount while also enhancing the natural killer cell activity.

What are some of the other Effects of Black Seed?

Black Seed helps support metabolism, digestion, and lowers blood sugars levels. It has been useful in the treatment of diabetes melitus. In digestive matters, Black Seed helps to stimulate bile and promote regularity, improve digestion, and has been used to fight worms and parasites of the intestinal tract.

What are the overall benefits of Black Seed?

Black Seed is a excellent herb with many benefits, especially when it comes to maintaining a strong and healthy immune system. It is also very useful to individuals suffering from asthma and respiratory complaints, weakened or over-stimulated Immune system, kidney or liver problems, digestive and stomach problems, arthritis and circulatory complaints, allergies and hay fever, and acne. Black Seed is a safe and excellent herb that can be used by anyone. It has no known side effects and has a long history of use for several thousand years.

What is more effective, Black Seed herb or oil?

Both are effective in their own standards. However, Black Seed oil is more concentrated than the herb itself, but many people prefer using the herb to the oil. Caution should be taken when using black seed oil due the fact that many oil products are imported and may be adulterated or mixed with other oils. Some oils coming from the Middle East are extracted with heat and hexane, a petrolium by-product. Always use a product that is labeled as 100%, cold-pressed, solvent free, and packed and sealed by machine.

marți, 26 aprilie 2011

Soap Black

Black Soap, also known as African Black Soap (Anago Soap, Alata Simena,or Ose Dudu), has long been used to heal problem skin. Its good for thinning fine lines, eczema, razor bumps , evening out dark spots,  and eliminating blemishes. It is also used to lightly exfoliate and give you healthier looking skin, body or hair or for oily skin, dry skin, skin rashes, scalp irritations, body odors and is good for sensitive skin.

Black soap is made from the ash of locally harvested plants and barks such a plantain,  shea tree bark, palm tree leaves, and cocoa pods. First the leaves and bark are sun-dried and then roasted in a kettle or pot at an even, constant temperature, which is important to ensure color, texture and smell. Then water and various oils - coconut oil, palm oil,  palm kernel oil (including shea butter and cocoa pod powder) - are added to the mixture and stirred for at least a day. After that, the "soap" is left to set for two weeks to cure. Oftentimes the soap is made by women and is fair-traded, though not always.

Black soap is traditionally made in west Africa, typically Ghana, from secret recipes. Different tribes and communities have adopted their own specific (secret) blend of oils and cooking techniques, which can be seen in the different color variations among black soap. The ash itself was often used to heal cuts. Varieties of black soap actually made in Africa tend to be pure, while soaps made in Europe or the US tend to have added artificial ingredients.

The plantain skins give the soap Vitamin A & E, and iron. Because the soap has the highest shea butter content of any soap, it also offers UV protection. The soap is also good for sensitive skin, meaning its a good option for babies or the elderly. Some people with caffeine sensitivities may need to test out soap that contains cocoa pods as there is some evidence that the caffeine can be transmitted through contact with the skin.

Shea Terra Organics offers an African Lemongrass and a Rose Hip facial soap made with 10% shea butter and pure black soap. When it comes out of the bottle it oozes like the something out of a sci-fi movie, but it doesn't have much of a smell so it's pretty easy to get past the horror movie resemblance.

I've used the Shea Terra black soap and have noticed that my skin feels clean but doesn't feel like its been scrubbed. Its hard to tell if my skin is improving due to the soap or from other causes, but either way it does look clearer. Some sites have said that black soap can be crumbly or have an "odd" smell, but the Shea Terra soap comes out smooth with very little smell at all.

African Black Soap Benefits

1. Pure African Black Soap is free of preservatives (it is pure afterall) however this means it needs to be kept in an airtight container, or well wrapped. With consideration to this, it is often best to peel a chunk off, of the black stuff. Although this may feel difficult at first, continue exerting pressure on your African black soap and a chunk will come off.

2. For use on your body, you can either use your chunk of black soap like any other bar of soap. If you prefer to use a body glove or washcloth, simply lather the chunk of black soap onto your washcloth as you would any other bar of soap.

3. If you’d like to use it for your face and hair, it is much better to make a lather with your chunk of black soap between your hands and then rub the resulting lather on your face or through your hair.

4. Once you have lathered your skin (leaving it in for 30 seconds or so), hair or face with your black soap, simply wash off as you would normally after a shower.

Acne Effects

Black soap is considered an effective treatment for acne. The powerful cleansing properties of black soap are also effective in fighting and preventing acne. Acne is caused by overactive oil glands and the build-up of bacteria on the skin, says Therefore, black soap's ability to remove excess oil and provide a deep cleansing of the skin is effective in relieving acne for many individuals. The LovetoKnow website also reports that black soap help decrease the appearance of acne scars.

African Black Soap Recipes

      Solid Black Soap
      Remove the cocoa beans from the pods and burn over low flame until they turn to ash. Burn the plantain skins to ash. Add water to the cocoa bean and plantain skin ashes. Place the coconut palm oil in a double boiler. Add the ashes and shea butter to mixture. Cook over low heat, stirring until mixture becomes smooth. If you want, add an essential oil like lavender or rose geranium while liquid is cooking to add a scent. Soap should start to solidify and float to the top of liquid. Use a spoon to scoop out the soap mixture as it settles on top of the liquid. Place the soap mixture in a mold. The soap will conform to the mold once it has completely cooled. Allow two weeks for soap to cure before using.

      Liquid Black Soap
      Liquid black soap can be made by following the same directions for making solid form and adding distilled water to prevent hardening. Use one part water to four parts of soap mixture.

Water ( Dark Water )

Dreams about Black water ( Dark Water ) tend to offer clues to your emotional state.Where the water is black, and you are afraid of it, or fall into it, or can't see, yet the water is calm on the surface, this imagery conveys an impression that you present yourself to the world as "still waters run deep", someone who is outwardly calm on the surface, but inside is another matter, with all manner of powerful emotions going on.

 The Land of  Black Water

The condition of the water indicates what your emotional state is at the time of the dream. Black Feel- That you are afraid of what is going on under the surface, or can't see what is going on under the surface, suggests that you don't want to get too deep into exploring your own emotions, they are powerful, and you are afraid of them, and perhaps afraid of what others would think if they knew how you really feel about stuff.

The second image conveys this sort of idea as well, here we have other people navigating emotional territory (they are swimming in the water) yet there are sharks in it, and you wonder how others can deal with their emotions when you feel you can't, you feel like you could be over powered by your emotions.

The Black Water Powers       Black Feel

Your emotions are so strong that you don't even want to know what you really feel about stuff. The one about falling in to the water suggests a fear of being "drowned", in this context, a sense of being emotionally over whelmed.


The Meaning of Black in Dreams

Dream Black

Black symbolizes the unknown, the unconscious, mystery, danger,  darkness, rejection, death, mourning,  hate or malice. Black color invites you to delve deeper in your unconscious in order to gain a better understanding of yourself. It also signifies a lack of support  and lack of love. More positively, black represents potential and possibilities. It is like a clean or blank slate. 

Dream in Black

Blackness could imply hidden spirituality and divine qualities.

    When mixed or associated with other colors it adulterates their meaning e.g. darker shades of red, blue yellow.

    Black and White indicates simplistic extremism , Intolerance,  - ‘If something is not good it must be evil’

Alternatively, black and white dreams is a sign of depression or sadness.

To dream in black and white, suggests that you need to be more objective in formulating your decisions. You may be a little too unyielding in your thought process and thus need to find some sort of balance between two opposing views.

luni, 25 aprilie 2011


Black lemon  -  Black lemons

Black lemon ( Black Lime ) are a popular ingredient in Persian cooking as well as some Arabic regions, especially Kuwait and Iraq ( also known as Dried Lime, Loomi, Lumi, Noomi Basra, Omani, Amani and Black Lemon) is a spice used in Middle Eastern dishes. Contrary to popular belief, black lemons are not lemons at all - they are actually limes ! It is made by boiling fresh lime in salt water and sun drying until the insides turn black Black lemons are called loomi in the Middle East. In the store they are sold under the name of black lemon, dried limes, and in gourmet or ethnic grocers, as loomi. You can also buy it in ground form. Black limes are usually used in legume, seafood or meat dishes. They are pierced, peeled or crushed before adding them to the dish.If you have ever seen a black lemon, you know that they look unappealing to say the least.After cooking they become softer and edible. They can also be powdered and added to rice dishes. Powdered black lime is also used as an ingredient in Gulf-style baharat (a spice mixture which is also called kabsa or kebsa). It is a traditional ingredient of Arabic cooking and also Persian.

Completely dried Black Lemon are used in the Middle East as a souring agent in chutneys, soups and stews and even ground into flatbreads. The powder made from Black Lemon has a sweet-tart flavor that is unique and has no substitute

Images for black lemons

Black Lemon Chicken Recipe Video



 How to Make Lime Tea


Tastey Black Lemon Tea recipe .

Here are simple instructions for a great Black Lemon Tea .

  • 5 cups boiling water
  • 5 tea bags
  • 1 (6 ounce) can of frozen limeade concentrate
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 5 cups water
  • fresh mint
  • fresh lime
    • 1 Put tea in boiling water for 5 minutes.
    • 2 Add limeade and sugar and stir well.
    • 3 Serve cold garnished with lime slices  and fresh mint.

duminică, 24 aprilie 2011


Black Day (April 14) is a South Korean informal tradition for single people to get together and eat jajangmyeon (noodles with black bean sauce); sometimes a white sauce is mixed for those who did not celebrate White Day.
The idea is that those who did not give or receive gifts on Valentine's Day (February 14) or White Day (March 14) can get together and eat jajangmyeon, white Korean noodles with black bean sauce, to celebrate their singledom.

a Black Day      a day when something very unpleasant or sad happens

Black Day Blue Night Poster

Black Day Blue Night (1995)

A disgruntled wife of a cheating husband takes off on a road trip with her husband's "other woman". The two women pick up a hitchhiker who may, or may not, be a robber and murderer on the run from the cops. In the mean time, a policeman who is tracking the robber/ murderer is hot on the trail

Depeche Mode Black Day Lyrics

Celebrate the fact
That we've seen the back
Of another black day

Celebrate the fact
That we've seen the back
Of another black day

Black day
Black day

I want to take you in my arms
Forgetting all I couldn't do today
Black Day

Black Friday (shopping)

Black Friday is the day following Thanksgiving Day in the United States, traditionally the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. On this day, many retailers open very early, often at 4 a.m., or earlier, and offer promotional sales to kick off the shopping season, similar to Boxing Day sales in many commonwealth countries.

Building Links

Building Links
Link building is Relationship Building
There are a lot of different approaches to building links. The different types of links discussed in the previous post in this series can gain you links in various degrees of goodness. But like most things, quick-fix solutions rarely ever provide excellent long-term value. That's not to say quick fix solutions aren't sometimes needed or warranted, but they rarely make a good long-term investment.
A link only has a certain amount of value, much like the value of a casual acquaintance. But like a true friendship, a link relationship goes much further and has a lot more potential.
The concept of building links is best when it's focused on building relationships. You've heard it said, "give a man a fish and he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish and he eats for a lifetime." In the same way, build a link and you get a link. Build a relationship and you get a lifetime of links.
There are a lot of ways to build relationships online that will translate into links. Social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and others allow you to connect with people who have many of the same interests as you do.
Seek these people out and engage with them in conversation on the topic that you know and they love. Don't try to sell them. Don't ask for anything, just talk to them. It won't be long before business comes up. And if it doesn't, they'll likely research you and find out what it is you do. By not asking for anything, or even guiding the conversation in that direction, you find yourself with a convert and possibly even an evangelist.
The great thing about these forums is that you can build relationships with multiple people at once. But you have to take the time to also engage with people on an individual level as well.
The more relationships you build, the more people you will ultimately reach. The more people you reach the greater your ability to connect with them on a professional level. A friend is far more apt to drop a link for you than someone you just met. A friend--yes, even an online friend--is more likely to help promote you than someone you sent an email to out of the blue.
Leveraging these social media platforms wisely can bring you a lot of connections that you wouldn't be able to get with other forms of marketing.
Where to Find Links
Where to Find Links
Social media spaces are not the only place to go to build linking relationships. A little leg work may be in order. There are a few places you can perform research that give you a goldmine of information and sites to connect with that could become good link partners.
Web directories such as Yahoo, Best of the Web, and others are a great place to start. Directories provide lists of websites in similar and related categories to what you offer. Look through these categories to find websites that might benefit to providing a link to your site.
Typically, you'll want to avoid the sites in the same category as your own as they'll likely be competitors. Instead, find those that compliment your offerings and who's audiences will be benefited by such a link.
It's relatively easy to find blogs that write content on your subject. These blogs offer a great way to build relationships and get some links. Start by commenting on blog posts, adding your own insight and commentary. Don't drop links in your comments. Return and comment frequently, getting to know the poster and the other commenters.
As you continue to provide good feedback those reading the comments will begin to recognize your name and follow the link in your name back to your website. This might follow with a "natural" link to you.
You can also seek out guest-posting opportunities, once you have established yourself as being knowledgeable on the topic. These blog posts generally come with a bio that you can use to link back to your site or blog.
Log Files
Looking through your server logs can give you a wealth of information on the people who come and visit you. One of things you can look for is what websites people used to find you. Use this to find the websites that drive the most traffic and pursue similar websites for linking opportunities.
Search Engines
And finally, the most obvious way to find links, search engines. Use the engines to perform keyword searches using words that indicate willingness to link out. Words like directory, submit link, add link, and others help you quickly find sites looking to add your site to their list of important resources.
You can also uses search engines simply to find sites in related industries, much like you found sites in the directories. These results will provide additional sites not previously found that may make good opportunities to build relationships.
Links are one of the most crucial aspects to successful SEO but there isn't one-way to do it right. There are a lot of avenues that can be explored and a lot of linking opportunities waiting to be discovered.
Putting it all together
SEO isn't especially difficult to do, but it does take time and enough knowledge to help you get started down the path to learn as you go. Many small businesses will try to save money by doing SEO on their own and they can be successful to a point, so long as they have the time needed to not only gain the knowledge but to implement it as well.
This series covered only the most basic aspects of SEO but should be enough to give you a good shove in the right direction.

A Tree That Bleeds Red Sap: The Dragon’s Blood Tree

The Dragon’s Blood tree (Dracaena Cinnabari) is a rare type of tree originating in Socotra archipelago, a small group of four islands in the Indian Ocean. Also known as the “Galápagos of the Indian Ocean,” the group of islands is host to a number of fascinating species.

Found in many surrounding areas, including mainland Yemen, the tree contains a marvelously red resin called Dragon’s Blood, which has been used for a variety of purposes throughout history. Starting in the first century AD, Dragon’s Blood was used as a dye and medicine to treat respiratory and gastrointestinal problems. Image Source: Stefan Geens (cc)

Later uses include a blood coagulant and treatments for diarrhea, fever, dysentery, ulcers in the mouth, throat, intestines and stomach, as well as an antiviral for respiratory viruses. Image Source: The Wren Design

Dragon’s Blood also has a history in ritual magic and alchemy. Apparently Dragon’s Blood can increase the potency of neopagan witchcraft spells for protection, love, banishing, and sexuality

Often touted as “red rock opium,” the resin is often sold as a narcotic, although its effects are mild at best when smoked. Image Source: Stefan Geens (cc)

The bizarre shape of the blood tree helps it survive arid conditions and areas with limited soil. The shading helps the seedlings survive in the harsh environment.

sâmbătă, 23 aprilie 2011

Of Youtube Of You Many Of Youtube


 Of Youtube Success

A consistent audience requires consistent content.

Take a look at any mega-viral video and see how many subscribers that account has. David After Dentist’s account has, at the time of this writing, almost 100 million views, but only 40,000 subscribers.

On YouTube “How do I become successful ?”

Whatever you choose, know that your potential success is determined entirely by what you put into it.

So ask yourself “What kind of video do I want to see?” and make it.

There is only one rule for length…

If your videos have 15 seconds of material, it should be 15 seconds long. An idea, expressed to its full extent in fifteen seconds, placed in a one-minute video is a boring video. If your video has five minutes of entertaining content, guess what? It can be five minutes long and people won’t get bored.

" Of Youtube " Respond to a Crisis

In times of crisis, video is one effective way to respond to questions and help calm fears.

Extend Your Brand

Want to step up your digital communications campaign using YouTube? Integrate the look of your profile page with your website homepage or other online communications channels. Creating consistency and connections to other channels makes it easier for visitors to get more information from your online resources.

Connect with Media and Bloggers            Of Youtube

One of the most obvious ways to leverage YouTube and other video-sharing sites is by creating and sharing your high-quality videos with reporters and bloggers. If you have good relationships and good content, reporters and bloggers may share your video with their readers by embedding it in a blog post. At the very least, a good video offers an excellent way to start a conversation. Just make sure the videos you are sharing are not merely leftovers of some other video project.

HOW TO: Become a YouTube Sensation

Promote Via Other Networks

Find New Audiences With Different Content

10 Of Youtube Tips

1. Create and Customize Your Channel

2. Add Subtitles

3. Don’t Overuse Annotations

4. Act To Remove Offensive Comments

5. Engage With the YouTube Community

6. Organize Your Content

7. Don’t Overlook Tags

8. Promote Your YouTube Videos Elsewhere

9. Use YouTube’s Free Analytics Tools

10. Don’t Neglect Your Channel