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Choosing a profession is not an easy process at all, in fact, it is the opposite of easy: you need to find an interesting field in which you see yourself. Knowing the fact that the decision that you make will become a significant part of your life makes it even more stressful to choose your career path.
Combining your preferences in one profession is not that difficult anymore in this digital era. Being a content creator is a dream job for some people, combining their love of social media and transferring it for the perfect source of material income.
However, the path to reach that point, where you can turn your content into a source of income can be challenging. For a content creator, it is important to know how to use digital services correctly, so that you can get a lot of good advantages from them. In this article, you can find some tips and useful information about what kind of benefits social media can bring to you and how you can turn your account into your brand.
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Learn how to run social media page
At first sight, it seems easy to create and use social networks. Well, yes, it is easy, but only when you are using a personal account, to share your hobbies or communications with friends. If you have bigger plans, as you want to create a business page it requires more energy, time, and knowledge. In the beginning, you need to decide the content and the category for your account. Do you want to run a business page or art page? Or maybe educational content is more interesting for you, so the decision is up to you. After picking the content, you can choose which media platform is suiting your preferred category better. For example, if you want to make videos, YouTube is the best option for you, or if you like writing blog posts, you can check WordPress. Interesting content is the first step of getting advantages from social media to your career progression.
Increase the visibility of your page
Once you have chosen the type of your content and the platform on which you want to work, the next step is to get as much attention as you can. To get benefits from your social network, one of the most important parts is to collect the audience. To become successful in your career with the help of social media, there are different ways, depending on the content and working field again. For example, if you are a musician and you use the musical platforms for your work and want to get more popular, you can increase your visibility with the help of spotifystorm, or maybe you want to be a successful influencer on Instagram, you can sponsor your page, and so on. In the process of getting popular, it is important not to forget to communicate with your audience. You need to remember that these people are behind the success of your account. You have to find the preferred way of communication with your audience and engage with them accordingly. Pay enough attention, read and answer all their comments, messages, or reviews. And most importantly, try to always be nice and polite.
Get to know works like your
It is important to be unique and offer people original content in your field, however, it is also important to check similar pages of yours. It is a good way to improve yourself with the help of people who already have reached success in your career path. You can have a look at their way of managing their accounts, see how they started, and how they improved themselves. Also, you can communicate and send messages to them, ask questions or just tell how you appreciate their work; Moreover, if you have some business ideas and want to collaborate with them- don’t hesitate to contact them directly. By social media, it is much easier to get connected with necessary people.
As we have seen social media has a lot of advantages and the important part is to learn how to use them properly. With the proper strategy, it can help us to improve ourselves, improve our career, and maybe also find our dream job. Today nothing is impossible with the help of social media, so follow our tips and learn how to use social media for your benefit.
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The last few months have seen several comebacks of Bollywood Actors in the Hindi screen. Notably, all these have happened in the OTT space.
Here is a list of Bollywood actors who returned to the limelight thanks to sundry digital platforms this year:
Sushmita’s is undoubtedly the most exciting Bollywood comeback this year. The former beauty queen had been a part of Bollywood hits such as “Biwi No.1”, “Aankhen” and “Main Hoon Na”, and her last Hindi outing was the 2010 film “No Problem”. In between, she did a Bengali film, “Nirbaak”. When she returned with a title role in the digital series “Aarya” earlier this year, she grabbed eyeballs again. She played Aarya Sareen, a happily married woman whose life takes a drastic turn when her husband is killed.
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His last release on the big screen was “Manmarziyaan” in 2018. In 2020, he explored the streaming arena for a return, and it seems to be working. After making his web debut with the series “Breathe: Into The Shadows”, he looked impressive in Anurag Basu’s film “Ludo”. His upcoming OTT release is the film “The Big Bull”, based on the life of Harshad Mehta. This month, he also appeared in the sports docu-series “Sons Of Soils: Jaipur Pink Panthers”. The series is about his kabaddi team, Jaipur Pink Panthers.
This year, the actor celebrated 25 years of his Bollywood debut film “Barsaat”, which had released in 1995. But his Bollywood career has more misses than hits. The actor got a second shot at acting, thanks to the digital domain. After starring as Dean Vijay Singh in the digital film “Class Of ’83”, he was seen in the successful series “Aashram” by Prakash Jha. His role as a fraud godman in the crime drama has been lauded by all. The web series has already had two seasons.
The Bollywood star of the nineties made her digital debut with the web series “Mentalhood”, which explored the multitasking nature of mothers. This was the first project that had her in a starring role after the 2012 film “Dangerous Ishhq”, which flopped on release.
Bollywood buffs of the nineties and early 2000s will remember him for films such as “Maachis”, “Daag: The Fire”, “Josh” and “Kya Kehna”. After a glorious start, his film career somehow faded away. He was last seen in an unheard-of film called “Yadvi: The Dignified Princess” in 2017. OTT brought him back to the public eye when he returned in “Aarya” as Sushmita’s on-screen husband Tej Sareen.
Lara starred in many successful Bollywood films such as “No Entry”, “Bhagam Bhag”, ‘Partner” and “Don 2”. She was last seen in the film “Welcome To New York” in 2018. Two years later, she revived her career with the action-comedy web series “Hundred” that presented her as a cop.
He has been part of Bollywood since childhood. Many would recall him as the naughty kid in the Anil Kapoor-Sridevi starrer “Mr. India” back in the eighties. Although he didn’t quite much of an impact with “Mast”, his debut film as an adult, he managed to get noticed in hit multitaskers as “Hungama” and “Masti”. He went on to feature in more multitaskers, and then in 2020 Aftab finally made his digital debut with the show “Poison 2”. Going by the response to the revenge thriller, he definitely made the right choice. (IANS)
As Australia finalizes its News Media Bargaining Code, Google has said that the new code should let publishers decide whether their content can be found in Google Search or Google News, rather than imposing a system that forces Google to include snippets and links to news content and to pay for that information to appear in search results.
Google has time and again slammed the draft News Media Bargaining Code again, saying it is unworkable and the company has raised concerns about its unfair payment conditions and unclear definitions and obligations.
The code would govern the relationship between news businesses and digital platforms.
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“Over the past few months, we’ve made it clear that while we have serious concerns about the way the draft legislation is framed, we’re committed to working with the Government and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to get to a version of the Code that’s workable and fair for platforms, publishers and all Australians,” the company said on Sunday.
“The draft Code’s arbitration model looks only at one side of the exchange. This leaves news businesses free to make extreme claims without digital platforms being able to respond effectively, making an unfair outcome inevitable,” said Mel Silva, VP, Google Australia & New Zealand.
“No business, in Australia or around the world, could accept this kind of extreme and unreasonable set-up”. The Code’s algorithm notification requirements have to reflect the way we operate Google Search, which includes thousands of updates every year.
“Requiring that Google gives publishers advance notice of every algorithm change is technically impossible — and even if it was achievable, it would give news businesses an unfair advantage over every other website owner, further undermining the open internet, and leaving users worse off,” Silva argued.
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According to the Australian government, the draft code would allow news media businesses to bargain individually or collectively with Google and Facebook overpayment for the inclusion of news on their services.
However, Google said that the highly unusual, largely untested, one-sided arbitration system in the proposed law will not allow fair negotiations and no business can operate with that level of uncertainty. “We support a Code, but we cannot agree to one that doesn’t incorporate these fundamental elements. No responsible business would cross these red lines,” Google said.
The draft code proposes, in effect, a ‘must include, must pay’ system, something that’s extreme and unprecedented. It essentially forces Google to provide a benefit to Australian news businesses and to pay them to receive that benefit. A ‘must include’ regime is rare, Google had said earlier. (IANS)
Buyers from across 22 countries collectively set a new benchmark for the online sale of Asian art, totalling $8,952,625, establishing the highest total achieved for an online-only sales.
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Christie’s hosted this first-ever Asian Art Week Online where the top lot of the week was a painting by Tyeb Mehta (1925-2009), which realized $975,000, achieving the highest price for a South Asian Modern + Contemporary work sold since the lockdown for the category in an online auction.
Tina Zonars, co-chairman of Asian Art at Christie’s, remarked, “We are delighted with the strong results achieved for our first-ever online instalment of Asian Art Week, which established new benchmarks for the value thresholds of transacting online for all categories of Asian art. Throughout the virtual sale week, we had buyers from 22 countries hailing from across Asia, Australia, Europe and the US with competitive bidding witnessed for each sale.”
He added “This lockdown period has been an unparalleled time of change and innovation. As an organisation we are leading the way with innovative offerings and developing digital platforms that allow us to serve our clients to the highest standards possible. We now look forward to our fall season of sales beginning in September in New York.” (IANS)