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Watching Satyagraha movie, I have an idea for Satyagraha part2. How about #Ajaydevgan and#Arjun floating a party and Kareena changing sides...
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.
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.
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!
It is jokingly said that it's impossible to guess what a woman wants. But when it comes to gender equality, this statement is no joke. While talking of giving women the equal status that they deserve in society, taking women's wants into consideration is essential. The only way to knowing a woman's wishes is to give her a voice, and this is exactly what the India Today Woman Summit 2015 hopes to achieve.
Blogging is technically an online activity, but the lines between virtual and real life have long blurred in the Indian blogosphere. Today, bloggers are friends on social media and off it, exchange notes on blogging and personal lives, and meet each other without the limitations of a computer screen. BlogAdda wishes to celebrate this aspect of blogging with the #YouMakeMeWIN activity, and this is your chance to honour a fellow blogger who has made an impact on you.
Audio Copy - Making an audio copy of a blog post is a great way to market your content. You can use it to share on a podcast feed. It is easy, fun and mobile.
Use technology - Social plugins and SEO tools are a great thing to market your blog or a blog post. If you do not know about it, then learn it. It helps you reach out your audience in a better way and also improves the ranking of your blog.
Formatting - Your post need not be a circus. If you are not good with formatting, then stick to a theme that is light and descent in colors and the post layout. If you are good with trying new stuff then use that skill to better express through colors, fonts and layouts. Avoid colors that are dark and fonts that are overtly bright.
Write about a newspaper column. Think about an ideal newspaper column - what it would be like. Or blog about what you would write if you were given a newspaper column with a free hand. Or write a blog post in the format of a newspaper column.
In a country which boasts of a pantheon of not just Gods but also Goddesses, isn't it time for women to reclaim their status as a Goddess? Use this week's WOW creative prompt to tell us what you think of this subject!
Holi is the festival of colour, and what's life without a little colour? In the absence of colour, life starts looking bleak, dull and not much worth living. On the other hand, a life full of colour sounds exciting and something to look forward to, right? That's what this week's WOW blog writing prompt is all about!
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