Jimmy Kimmel on School Shooting in Parkland, Florida

We are all reeling after yet another senseless shooting that took place at a high school in Parkland, Florida. Seventeen people lost their lives and more than a dozen are hospitalized. Donald Trump gave a speech addressing the tragic events saying that no child or teacher should be afraid of their lives while at school. Jimmy agrees with Trump but in order to fix this SOMETHING has to be done. We need real laws that keep assault rifles out of the hands of people who are going to shoot our kids. These Congressmen and lobbyists don’t work for the NRA, they work for us. If you want to help go to www.everytown.org and write to your representatives. If they don’t listen, vote them out.

Jimmy Kimmel on School Shooting in Parkland, Florida
https://youtu.be/Z0vLiQLpsc8

Incredibles 2 - Olympics Sneak Peek

The Incredibles are back on June 15. 💥 Watch a brand-new sneak peek of Incredibles 2 now!

Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future, James Blake - King's Dead

Published on Feb 15, 2018
Directed by Dave Free (the little homies) & Jack Begert
Black Panther The Album Music From And Inspired By
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Music video by Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future, James Blake performing King's Dead. (C) 2018 Aftermath Records

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Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future, James Blake - King's Dead

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Published on Feb 15, 2018
Directed by Dave Free (the little homies) & Jack Begert
Black Panther The Album Music From And Inspired By
AVAILABLE NOW: http://smarturl.it/BlackPantherAlbum

Music video by Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future, James Blake performing King's Dead. (C) 2018 Aftermath Records

http://vevo.ly/OA5yJn
Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future, James Blake - King's Dead
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Work From Home Servicing Cruise Line | Hourly Pay: $9.00 - $20.00

Work From Home Servicing Cruise Line | Hourly Pay: $9.00 - $20.00
Work From Home, Save On Transportation, Reduce Stress, Choose Your Company & Work Schedule.

Company: Fortune 500 Vacation Resort Company and Global Presence Solutions in partnership with Impact Miami Initiative is offering Work From Home opportunities to Americans seeking authentic and stable income. This company is the world’s most popular cruise line with 25 ships operating 3 to 16-day voyages to The Bahamas, Caribbean, Europe, Mexican Riviera, Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, New England, Bermuda, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.

Expectations:
Here is the scope of services and the kinds of tasks one can expect to handle on a daily basis for Direct Sales Program:
Direct Sales Calls:
  • Inbound calls for assistance with booking a cruise from client’s customers.
  • Inbound calls for assistance with cruise specific questions, quotes and more!
  • Maintain top sales performance by showcasing expert sales techniques and overcoming customer objections.
  • Possible outbound calls to client-designated internal support departments, client’s customers for status and clarification purposes.
  • Transferring of inbound calls or outbound calls to other client-designated internal support departments or client account representatives.
Casino Calls:
  • Inbound calls for assistance with client specific promotions from client’s customers.
  • Possible outbound calls to client-designated internal support departments, client’s customers for status and clarification purposes.
  • Transferring of inbound calls or outbound calls to other client-designated internal support departments or client account representatives.
Certification:
  • Timely completion of all self-paced modules with 100%.
  • Successfully pass all quizzes and exams (Score of 90% or higher on final exam).
  • Successfully pass role play scenarios.
  • Pass mock calls – Complete 4 scenarios within 60 minutes with 2 of those scored at 90%.
  • Select and service a minimum of 6 intervals daily during the live calls.
  • Provide a completed Notarized Affidavit of Identification and Photo ID.
  • Successfully pass drug screening.

Work From Home for Fortune 500 Companies, Save On Transportation, Reduce Stress, Choose Your Company & Work Schedule.

Additional Info
 
  1. Restricted States: California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, Oregon, Wisconsin and New York
  2. Functions: Inbound Customer Support
  3. Languages: English
  4. Eligibility: 18+, Pass Background & Certification, Be Teachable & Excellent
  5. Type: Contract (1099)
  6. Hourly Pay: $9.00 - $20.00 Per hour (Based On Company You Choose & Hourly Performance Bonuses)
  7. Min Hours Weekly: 15
  8. Max Hours Weekly: 70
  9. Online Training: 3 to 6 Weeks
  10. Equipment: Internet Access, Hardwired Desktop or Laptop for Some Companies, Hardwired Phone Line. Learn More After Your Apply

How to Publish Your Article and Avoid Rejection

It’s a simple enough process. You know how to write and you know what to write about. But, so many opportunities to have your content published online can be lost if you don’t follow a few simple steps.
Even the best writers on the web are not excused from these Golden Rules of Article Marketing and online publishing.

If you want to know how to get your articles published on line and make some good money doing it, read on.
I put together this little infographic to help freelance writers, beginners and seasoned professionals, to stay on track when it comes to submitting your article to other websites for publication.


As you can see, publishing high quality articls online, something we do daily, is a straight forward process. But, it’s amazing how often some of these things are overlooked.
You may overlook them, but busy web sites and the publishers who are offering good money for your articles probably won’t.

Read the Publishers Guidelines Carefully

This is the number one reason most articles are rejected. The article submission did not follow the clearly stated guidelines of the publisher. Don’t let this happen to you.
Here are a few common mistakes…
  • Not submitting your articles or content to the appropriate site
  • Not submitting the details, references or portfolio’s that were requested
Doing your research means…
  • Use search on the publishers site to findout if your idea has already been done
  • Reading the most popular articles on the site and get a feel for the tone
  • Knowing how much to charge and how long your article should be

Only Submit what is Requested

This is vital. Submitting more than what was required is a waste of time for them and you. If the publisher only asks for an introduction, then don’t send them the whole thing. Don’t send them 20 articles if they only asked for one.
Here are a few common examples…
  • Sending more words than requested
  • Sending a bunch of links with no explanation
  • Bogging them down with long winded introductions about yourself
You’re a word-smith. Remember that. Use an economy of words. Edit everything you do until it’s as clear and succinct as possible. Avoid sending your entire CV.
Just a clear bio and outline of your experience, along with a recent win is usually enough.

Have a Unique Selling Point

Please don’t start your introduction (or anything for that matter) with, “I’m the gal for the job, and here’s why…” Instead, just get straight down to it and tell them what it is you have provided that is of real value.
And then state in one sentence what that real value is.
Here are a few common errors…
  • Being too cute (untimely humour) or self inflating
  • Nobody cares if you are happy go lucky. Do you meet deadlines?
  • No-one really cares about your passion. What we want to know is, are you any good?
Don’t tell people your the best. Don’t tell them you have what it takes. Show them. Work on your article titles and your introduction. Make it polished an compelling so that they are likely to read on.
Your publisher reads all day long. What is the one line you can put in your introduction that is going to make him read on?
  • Is it the depth of your research?
  • The unique angle?
  • The tone?
This is so important. If your publisher is bored, either because your article is verbose, long winded, unfocused, poorly written, all over the shop, filled with commas, untidy, uninteresting…. get the idea? … then they are likely to assume that the reader will feel the same way. Yawn…..

Know your Subject

Once you have decided to pitch an article to a prospective publisher, ask yourself this:
  • Do you really know the subject you are writing on?
  • Do you know how much the article is likely to be worth?
  • Does your work reflect the depth and quality that you see on the site?
Some sites offer light and breezy, others expect deep and meaningful. Some want you to write 4,000 words, others want 600 words. Is it a research site or a chatty mum blog?
Some article jobs require a lot of research because you are not familiar with the subject. That’s no reason to turn the work down. If you are prepared to do the research you will be increasing your own visibility and authority as a writer.
So, don’t shy away from a project just because it is a new field. On the other hand, know your limits.
Start with easier work writing about what you love. As your writing ability (and pitching ability) improves, then you can hunt bigger game. But, no matter how big you get.


These four Golden Rules are unbreakable if you want to do well as a freelance writer.