Social media companies have a month to update service terms in the EU

Facebook, Twitter and Google have been given a month to make changes to their user agreements in the European Union or face “enforcement action.” European consumer authorities put the social media services on notice last November that their terms of service did not comply with EU law, asked them to make changes and to address […] Read more »

Social media companies have a month to update service terms in the EU

Facebook, Twitter and Google have been given a month to make changes to their user agreements in the European Union or face “enforcement action.” European consumer authorities put the social media services on notice last November that their terms of service did not comply with EU law, asked them to make changes and to address […] Read more »

Future Media Concepts Announces Adobe Video World Conference and Expo

Adobe Video World Conference (PRWEB) June 26, 2015 Future Media Concepts, the nation’s leading training provider and conference organizer in the digital media industry, is pleased to announce the return of the Premiere Pro World and After Effects World conferences. For the first time, the events will take place during […] Read more »

Tuning In To Funny News To Uplift Your Spirits

As the years go by, it seems that our world moves faster. Nothing ever stops anymore. That's even more true now since the inception of the Internet. We are continuously fed information 24 hours a day, nonstop. Unfortunately, this is led to increased levels of stress amongst the population. A lot of that has to do with the negative news that we are subjected to continuously. For lots of reasons, we need to get some great laughs with funny news. Read more »

Radio Host Rush Limbaugh Makes Bid For NFL’s St. Louis Rams

Conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh has long been one of the United States most polarizing media figures. He may soon become one of the National Football Leagues most controversial owners. On Tuesday, Limbaugh announced that he is teaming up with David Checketts to make a bid to purchase the struggling NFL team. The Rams are a pitiful 5-31 since 2007 and are currently mired in a league high 14 game losing streak. Read more »

How you can Have Websites Built For you personally The Cheap Way

Usually, if you wish to have professional designers custom construct your website, you must be prepared to dish out at least several hundred dollars. All this can change if you know where to find the greatest deals, the best designs for the lowest price. Here's a rough guide: Read more »

Public Relations Tips To Get The Word Out

Getting the word out is what public relations is all about, but the truth is many people have no idea where to start. No matter if you have a business or you just want to promote yourself, you must go about in a cohesive way for maximum benefit. Today there are many different options that you can choose to get the promotion that you desire. Here are some ways that you can accomplish it and in an effective way as well. Read more »

Make It Easy To Purchase From Your Website

Convincing your prospects to purchase from you is really a hard job, but have you ever thought that you're making the procedure twice as difficult for both parties if your prospects are convinced but don't know how you can buy from you? No matter how great you are at convincing your prospective customers, they will not buy if they find the process cumbersome. Read more »

The Significance of a Sitemap

A sitemap is frequently considered redundant in the process of building a website, and that is indeed the reality if you made a sitemap for the sake of having one. By highlighting the significance of having a well constructed sitemap, you will be in a position to tailor your own sitemap to suit your own needs. Read more »

Arena Football Returns To US Airwaves

Though it enjoyed solid fan support and was popular among sports betting enthusiasts, arena football fell off the map with the demise of the Arena Football League. The AFL suspended play under the weight of a poor business model in 2009 and later pulled the plug altogether. Since then, a new league has announced plans to take its place. Arena Football One (AF1 for short) will begin play in April and on Thursday secured a TV contract to broadcast games on the NFL Network in the United States. The TV deal should help the new arena football entrant to get off to a successful start as they attempt to revive the sport. Obviously, the long term goal is a higher profile outlet but this deal is a start. Read more »