Love? She said. 'Intense' I said. 'Scary? She said. 'Fun' I said. 'Madness? She said. 'Adventure' I said. You fill in the rest.
*Knock Knock *Kon ? *Postman ! *Kya hai ? *Chithiyan.. *Kya ? *Chithiyan.. Chithiyan.. *Kalaiyaan Ve.. Oh Baby Meri Chittiyan Kalaiyan Ve !
Miss Universe 2015 is over. Now Wait 1 year before an Indian woman becomes the next Mother Teresa by starting to work in Yashraj Films.
Today's 7 deadly sins Envy - Facebook Wrath - Twitter Pride - LinkedIn Gluttony - Instagram Lust - Porn Greed - Blogging Sloth - e-commerce...
Thinking Particle is a travel blog, but to call it just a travel blog would be doing it injustice. The About Us page of the blog run by Vishnu Kumar and Vijay Dubey says 'Thinkingparticle.com is our effort to make traveling India a bit easier. We are trying to give most accurate information possible about various destinations through our travel articles. We also provide an opportunity to our fellow travelers to share their travel experiences by writing travelogues, by participating in our India travel forums and by sharing photographs.
Somdyuti Datta Ray is a student of Communicative English, and the blogging world knows her as the voice behind One Tiny Wish (previously Stilettosaurus). She blogs about fashion, books, travel, lifestyle, TV shows and adds a wonderful dash of fantasy and magic to her posts. She was nominated as one of the Top 5 Fashion blogs of the country at WINí14. We sat down over glasses of (virtual) Butterbeer to talk about her blogging, her life and dreams.
Tell us how to keep babies' skin safe! Blog for Pampers #SoftestForBabySkin For a human so tiny, babies do tend to invoke a lot of reactions from adults. From 'Awww so cute!' to 'I want to nibble on its teeny little toes' (just kidding), we just can't seem to get enough of babies. But the one common response that babies elicit is protectiveness. When you're with a baby, all you want to do is make it safe, by filling its world with soft, comfortable and cuddly things. And this is what we want you to write about in the Pampers #SoftestForBabySkin activity.
When you think of giving a makeover to your house, a number of factors pop up in your mind. What is the theme that you should choose, will it match the choice of your family members, will you REALLY want to live in it FOREVER (till you seriously think of redoing the house all over again), etc. Wouldn't it be great if you could sit with your family, evaluate all available options and then get a chosen theme implemented?
Getting married means being there for each other and being together through all of life's adventures and challenges together. You want your "happily ever after" to last forever right? Be a part of the #ProtectHerHeart initiative with Saffolalife, and make your hearts happy and healthy!
Audience quest: Pay attention to what your audience is asking and give them what they are looking for in your blog. Whether it is content or questions, make it interesting.
Newsletter: Newsletter is a great way to keep your audience glued on to all that is happening on your blog. It is best way to know who your loyal audience is.
Picture talk: Use of images attracts more eyeballs. It is humanitarian. Even if it is a data centric post or a theoretical one, have an image that speaks significantly for your post.
Sunday is a day synonymous to celebration. The day we wait for all week and then dive into as soon as it arrives. Everyone has a different way of spending their Sunday. Some laze around, some visit malls for some fun and shopping and others prefer to take off for a short trip out of the city. What does your Sunday Treat look like?
This weekend spend some time to open your heart and appreciate all that you are. Talk about what makes you special. You as a person or professional, as a child or as an adult, as a player or as a student. All that you are. We want to hear everything that is good, unique and different from others.
Reach out to the vast Indian Blogger Community and engage them to propel your brand's visibility in the digital space.
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