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From Followers to Recording Contract

Wednesday, November 26th, 2014

No on ever thinks that they would need to buy Soundcloud followers, but when they see how well it works, they don’t ever doubt it. When I first joined Soundcloud, I was a beginner musician who wanted to upload my songs to as many people as possible in the hopes that they would hear it and offer me some kind of recording contract. I figured that if it worked for people on other music sharing sites, it would work on Soundcloud. There was one thing I didn’t take into account, and that was the fact that other people were already on Soundcloud, and competing with them would not be easy.

Soundcloud has many active users who either listen to music or upload music. Continue Reading…

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A Great App for Social Users

Wednesday, November 26th, 2014

People who have fallen behind on the latest social trends may not even know what the word emoji means, but it is quickly becoming adapted by users everywhere. The easiest way to describe them would be small icons, which started out as smiley faces, but quickly grew to become much more. Now these little icons can be used to describe everything from feelings to random objects like coffee or pizza. People love to find new icons to use with their friends, but sometimes it can be hard to stay unique. Using this special emoji app, every secret emoji that is available on a phone can be found with minimal effort.

This can make you a popular source of new items from friends all over, as it is possible to find icons that nobody else even knew existed. Continue Reading…

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A Lovely Change of Pace

Wednesday, November 26th, 2014

After moving to North Bend, Ohio from Louisville, KY, I was surprised by the transition in both the differences in my new community and how awful the digital cable services are here. As someone who has spent a good amount of time in Cincinnati when I was living in Louisville, I honestly thought that the rest of Ohio would be much the same but man, I was wrong completely! They are a totally different kind of people here with more of a conservative outlook than I had expected. I also had to check out http://direct-satellite-tv.com/directv/ohio-north-bend/ since they didn’t have the services that I wanted (anything other than Comcast and Time Warner), so I went with Direct TV instead. Don’t get me wrong here, I have nothing at all against DirecTV and actually admire their capable to reach consumers no matter where they might live but they have not been my traditional first choice for television and Internet services. Continue Reading…

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Trying to Get the Best Sports Package for the Money

Monday, November 24th, 2014

It really seems as though me and my cable company should have less than amicable parting of the ways at this point in time. Of course I could more amicable if they were not taking so much of my money along with them. I am looking for more information about my options at the moment, but it is for sure that I am not going to be giving them what they want for the services that they provide. I am not happy with the selection of channels to be honest about it, mostly I am looking for some more choice in what I am paying for. I do not really watch a fraction of the channels that they have and I do not get a lot of the channels that I want, most of all ones that show sports on my schedule. Continue Reading…

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We Need an Open Internet

Monday, November 17th, 2014

With all this talk of Net Neutrality combined with my disgust for the ridiculous attitudes of the current cable companies, I have decided that I am done with them. I’m not going to allow myself to be treated like this anymore. Instead, I found http://www.cable-tv.com/regional-providers/ which has helped me locate a provider for a satellite company. I’m just tired of feeling I’m being used and not listened to. I’ve been giving Comcast my money for years now but I don’t support their take on what the Internet should be or how it should be regulated. It’s also clear that most Americans currently do not support it so why don’t they listen?

Has this what it has come to between us the cable companies? They are so comfortable in their position to deliver us the content that we want that they currently feel it’s unnecessary for them to give us what we want as customers? We simply want to be treated like customers and not an amount of a bill every month. We are not the bottom line. Continue Reading…

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