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Prisma App Review: Best App To Transform Your Photo Into Artwork

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Ever wanted to turn a photo into a painting ? There are plenty of apps and Photoshop filters that can do the job for you, but with most, the effect is pretty limited and the result can look rather feeble. There's an app called Prisma that steps things up to the next level, in a super-easy to use interface that you really have to try out.

Update: Prisma app is now available on Android version. Previously app had available for iOS only. Now this app is for both version (iOS and Android).

Prisma: The hottest app of the season, has finally arrived on Android. Prisma, which landed on Google Play Store earlier this week, has already gained a lot of popularity around the world. Users are modifying their pictures with the app's artistic filters and sharing them on social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. If you are the kind of person who likes sharing a lot of pictures on social media, Prisma is definitely something you'd love.




Prisma is pretty easy to use. For those who are used to photo editing and sharing apps, getting started with Prisma shouldn't be a problem at all. Once the app is launched, users can either click a picture with their phone's camera, or select an existing picture saved on the smartphone. The picture is then cropped with a 1:1 aspect ratio, and users can apply one of Prisma's many artistic filters to the image.

There's one thing though. Applying a filter on images takes a lot of time, which might be an issue for some users. But the results are totally worth the wait. In our testing, Prisma worked just like any other photo editing app. Its artistic filters make it stand out from a crowd of similar photo editing apps, and are unlike anything we've seen before.




Currently, Prisma offers around 20 art filters to choose from including The Scream by Edvard Munch and Go for Baroque by Roy Lichtenstein. However, reports suggest that more filters will be added to the app soon, giving users more choice.

MY FIRST PRISMA:



Image Source Link: www.instagram.com/p/BJD66Zrj1Rp

Also, i found the direct social sharing button to be another plus. Usually, image editing apps require the modified pictures to be saved to the device before they can be shared. This is where Prisma has an advantage, as it lets users share photos on Instagram the moment they are done editing.

Follow me on Instagram: @ashishshrivastav1493

Click Here To View More Prisma Edits

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8 Types Of Bloggers

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  1. Personal Bloggers: Who share their life experience, feelings, and innermost thoughts.
  2. Business Bloggers: Who blog for the employers business or their own.
  3. Professional Bloggers: Who blog to make money online using variety of monetization strategies.
  4. Affiliate Bloggers: Who blog to earn money from affiliate marketing commissions by writing product reviews, make sales etc.
  5. Women Bloggers: Who write about just anything including Mom Bloggers writing about family, food and home-life.
  6. Fashion Bloggers: Who write about fashion, trending fashion and shopping online.
  7. Guest Bloggers: Who blogs on other websites to drive traffic back to their own blog or business through link-back or Do-follow link.
  8. Content Managers: Who are paid to create and or manage website content for online businesses.
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5 Best Social Media Tips For Brand

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Any individual in the social media area should know some basic rules before starting to build the image of your brand on social networks.

1. Plan Content: The news and information posted by the companies you follow on social networks are not there by chance. As newsrooms of newspapers and magazines perform the famous and staff meeting and to discuss the topics to be covered by reporters, a true labor of social media starts with the planning of the content. What is the mission and vision of my company and how it will use the brand awareness ? What type of content will be produced to present my product and also take questions from consumers ? The brainstorming is a mandatory activity, before the start of any campaign, and should involve all those responsible for communication of the company, such as marketing teams, advertising etc.

2. Perform Constant Monitoring: To assist in planning of content, a good job of monitoring is essential. What should be monitored ? It can be anything such as keywords in Google or social networks (Trending Topics, For Example), as well as specific users, brand ambassadors, thematic blogs (Which have some involvement with your brand, of course). Many crises can be avoided and different ideas can arise if this activity is developed with due attention. Monitoring helps to understand what public behavior is and which may arouse the interest of people right now.

3. Create Posts That Seek Engagement: If there's one thing users complain about it is that many brands face the social network just as an extension of the site. In other words, many posts are placed there just to promote a product, for example, without worrying about the typical Internet language or the media in which this information is being posted. So part of the deal is to think about the formats that draw public attention, so that it participates in the content. You must create a call to action, Call to Action (CTA). If you want someone to comment or share something, leave it in explicit image or text. This kind of action brings the brand fan because it ends up feeling part of the deal.

4. Working Relationships With Fans: Now that your company has made engagement with followers, it is time to relate to them. You respond to what customers ask on your page ? Or continue the conversation in a debate, in particular post ? Once exposed, your brand may receive praise and criticism. Part of the relationship is involved with all these comments. The important thing is not to let a fan unanswered. Remember that behind those words, there are people with expectations, desires, and interests. So humanize the brand, to develop that closeness, it is the most appropriate way.

5. Analyze The Metrics And Learn From The Results: There are numerous tools, paid or free, which bring various metrics of all social networks for you to understand the strategy adopted by your company is having, in terms of, any effect with the audience. Translating this sea of ​​data that the tools have, you can find out if a particular action was really a success or to avoid an upcoming campaign. Then the cycle starts again, with feedback in hand, it's time to plan the new content, aiming to achieve even more success in the performance of your brand on social networks.

These tips enable and new social media users as well as the professional brand owner to make his or her brand more engaged and prominent on various social networks. Try these out!


>>This guest post and contributed by Ahmed Iqbal.<<

Author Bio: I am Ahmed Iqbal, an experienced application developer in an App Development Company who is located in Dubai, UAE. Our agency provides quality digital solutions all over the world.
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Now Everyone Can Apply For Twitter Verified Badge

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From today, even normal users can request for a verified blue tick from Twitter for their accounts. Finally, Twitter has taken a step towards offering a much safer platform for its 310 million users. One of the benefits of being a verified user with a blue tick next to the Twitter handle is that you can filter your notifications and choose whether to get them from everyone or just verified users.

Why Twitter Doing This ?

Tina Bhatnagar, Twitter's Vice President of User Services, Says: We want to make it even easier for people to find creators and influencers on Twitter so it makes sense for us to let people apply for verification. We hope opening up this application process results in more people finding great, high-quality accounts to follow, and for these creators and influencers to connect with a broader audience.

This will eventually be another step towards making Twitter users less vulnerable to online harassment. Twitter's support page has clearly mentioned that they will favor people who use their real name (or Stage Name), profile or header photo which proves the handle accurately represents the person. Twitter can even demand an uploaded scan of government issued ID.

How To Apply For Twitter Verified Badge ?

It's quite simple! All you have to do is to fill out this form. You could be verified on Twitter soon.

Requirement:

1. Verified Mobile Number
2. Confirmed & Valid Email Address
3. Proper Profile Photo
4. Proper Header Image
5. About Yourself - Bio
6. Your Birth Date (If your profile as company or organization so leave it.)
7. Website/Blog (If available, In case you can put your personal Facebook profile link.)
8. Tweets set as public in Tweet Privacy Setting.
9. Your Facebook Profile or Page is must linked to your Twitter account.

10. Copy of Govt. IDs (For proof of identity and address)

Important Note:

1. Twitter can verify your account if they think you're eligible.

2. Twitter never verify those accounts who are inactive or insufficient.
3. If you're eligible, All requirement is strictly mandatory.
4. I suggest you that if you think you are eligible or authentic people so feel free request for verified badge.


If you got 'Blue Tick' on your Twitter Profile so please share your Twitter Username with us. Let's see who get Twitter Verified Badge.

Example: I got verified badge @Your_Twitter_Username (Post in comment box).

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Download eBook - List Of Advertisers Email Who Want To Pay You Upto $1000

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Do you wanna make money from your blog ? But why this question I'm asking to you ? Everyone know to make money with website/blog. But I'm not talking about monetize your blog with Google Adsense or other content monetize ad program. I'm talking about make money from space on your blog.

Yes! There are many advertisers who will pay you for a space on your blog like Direct Advertising, Affiliate and Sponsor Review Post. Some advertiser pay you enough money to advertise their product/service on your blog or from their affiliate program.

3 Ways To Make Money With Blog Space:

1. Display or Direct Ads
2. Affiliate Program
3. Sponsor Review Post

Important Note: To make money with Direct Advertising and Affiliate Program is not impossible but little tough. But for Sponsor Review Post you must do very hard work. Lots of advertiser check your blog, content quality and rank before approve you for sponsor review post. You can't get approval easy.

Also you even don't know which company has all these program. I know you search on google, visit each advertiser site and find contact details. This is wasting of time and your internet data. I'm just saying my opinion but its true.

But this eBook will help you to find Top Advertisers who want to pay you Upto $1000 for a space on your blog. I'm not guarantee that they'll pay you $$$$. All depend on your Blog, Content Quality and Rank. But I'm not lie to you. They'll pay you well good. So in this eBook you'll find all Advertiser Email Addresses and Complete Guide to contacting them and get easily any program partnership.

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Top 20 Website To Check Page Speed

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The speed of a website can be a bad factor to its success. As discussed in our Content Delivery Network: A Beginners’ Guide, faster loading websites can benefit from higher SEO rankings, higher conversion rates, lower bounce rates, longer visitor duration on site, better overall user experience, and engagement. That is why it is important to take advantage of the many free tools available for testing website speed.

Improving website speed is critical, but it can be a daunting process that involves many moving parts between onsite optimization to network and accessibility configurations. However, if performance truly matters, you have no choice but to take it on one step at a time. A good place to start would be to run some tests and find out how fast you site really is.

Why We Check Page Speed ?

To check website page speed because to analyzing speed and reduce loading time. As you know if your site is taking enough time to loading so no one like your site and even neither not to visit your site. (I told you about my experience and i already improved my site page speed loading problem)

What Website Page Speed Checker Tool Can Help You ?


  • Pinpointing scripts, fonts, and plugins causing load time issues (HTML, Javascript, CSS)
  • Checking minification of your scripts
  • Finding large images resulting in bottlenecks
  • Determining if you have render-blocking JavaScript or CSS
  • Testing Time to First Byte (TTFB)
  • Analyzing total load times, page sizes, and number of requests
  • Checking performance from different geographical locations
  • Checking rendering speed in different browsers
  • Analyzing HTTP Headers
  • Measuring performance of your Content Delivery Network
  • Verifying that assets are loading correctly from your CDN

Available Online Tools:

KeyCDN Speed Test
Google PageSpeed Insights
Pingdom
GTmetrix
WebPageTest
DareBoost
Varvy Pagespeed Optimization
UpTrends
DotCom-Monitor
PageScoring
Yellow Lab Tools
PageSpeed - SmallSEOTools
Sucuri Load Time Tester
Pagelocity
YSlow
IISpeed

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1. KeyCDN Speed Test: KeyCDN built a fast and lightweight website speed test tool which you can use to get detailed insights on how your website performs. If offers 14 locations to choose from around the globe, and you have the option of making your test results private or public. The test includes a waterfall breakdown and a visual website preview at the bottom. You can quickly see how many HTTP requests were made, the full size of the page requested, and the load time.

It is also one of the only tools besides PageSpeed that is responsive and works great on mobile devices.

2. Google PageSpeed Insights: Google PageSpeed Insights grades your website on a scale of 1 – 100. The higher the number the better optimized your site is. Anything above an 85 indicates that your website is performing well. PageSpeed gives you reports for both the desktop and mobile versions of your site. You can view recommendations for improvements such as you need to minify CSS or optimize your images.

PageSpeed Insights measures how the page can improve its performance on:

Time to above-the-fold load: Elapsed time from the moment a user requests a new page and to the moment the above-the-fold content is rendered by the browser. Time to full page load: Elapsed time from the moment a user requests a new page to the moment the page is fully rendered by the browser.

A mobile report includes an extra category called “User Experience” that is included in the scoring of your site. This includes checking your viewport configuration, size of your tap targets (Buttons and Links), and also eligible font sizes.

3. Pingdom: Pingdom is probably one of the more well-known website speed test tools. Their reports are divided into four different sections which include a waterfall breakdown, performance grade, page analysis, and history.

The page analysis offers a great overview with additional information such as a size analysis, size per domain (You can easily compare your CDN assets size vs your domain), the number of requests per domain, and what type of content had the most requests.

4. GTmetrix: GTmetrix goes into great detail as it checks both PageSpeed and YSlow metrics, assigning your site a grade from F to A. It’s reports are divided into five different sections including PageSpeed, YSlow, waterfall breakdown, video, and history.

With a free registration, you can test from seven different locations. They also let you choose the browser, Chrome vs Firefox. You can test and compare against various connection types (Like Cable VS Dial-Up) to see how it affects your page loads. Other advanced features include a video playback to analyze where your bottleneck is occurring and also the ability to run Adblock plus. With ads disabled you can see how they affect the loading of your site. It is recommended to make a free account as you will get additional options, such as those mentioned above.

5. WebPageTest: WebPageTest is very similar to some of the previous tools mentioned but has over 40 locations to choose from and over 25 browsers (including mobile). It assigns you a grade from F to A based on different performance tests such as FTTB, compression, caching, effective use of a CDN, etc. It’s report is divided into six sections which include a summary, details, performance review, content breakdown, and screen shots.

It also offers a unique approach on the test. It runs what they call a first view and a repeat view. This helps to diagnose what maybe be a 1st time DNS lookup delay as mentioned earlier. WebPageTest has more advanced features as well such as video capture, disabling Javascript, ignoring SSL certificates, and spoofing user agent strings.

6. DareBoost: DareBoost is one of the newer tools on the market. It offers over 100 different checkpoints when analyzing your site for speed. It gives you a score of 1 – 100. You can test on desktop vs mobile, Firefox vs Chrome, and five different locations.

The report is split up by priorities. With a free account, you can export your report to PDF and even compare your site against others. They offer a very extensive list of information and examples for each of the 100 different checkpoints. Besides just speed, the reports also have SEO, accessibility, and code quality recommendations.

7. Varvy Pagespeed Optimization: Varvy Pagespeed Optimization is a tool developed and maintained by Patrick Sexton, who also created GetListed.org, which is now known as Moz Local. The reports are broken into 5 different sections including a resource diagram, css delivery, javascript usage, page speed issues found, and services used. This tool uses more of a graphical representation of what could be fixed on your site, such as render blocking.

Patrick does a great job of also including documentation on how to further optimize your site with tutorials on critical render path, leveraging browser caching, defer loading javascript, and much more.

8. UpTrends: Uptrends is pretty basic but they do offer over 35 locations to choose from when running your speed test. Their report is broken up into two sections, a waterfall breakdown and domain groups. The domain groups offers a unique perspective as it categorizes the resources into different sources: 1st party, statistics, CDN, social, ads, first party overall, and third party overall.

9. DotCom-Monitor: Dotcom-Monitor offers 23 different locations and seven different browsers in which you can run your website speed test. Their unique feature is that you can run all geographical tests simultaneously. This can save you a lot of time, as every other tool you have to run them individually per location. You can then click into each individual report and or waterfall breakdown. Their reports are divided into five different sections which include a summary, performance, waterfall chart (Breakdown), host, and errors.

10. PageScoring: PageScoring is all about offering a simple and easy to understand performance report with a minimalist design. They show your overall load time and then the following pieces of information:

1. Domain lookups
2. Connection Time
3. Redirection Time
4. Page Size
5. Download Time

You can then see your assets and how long it took for each to load.

11. Yellow Lab Tools: Yellow Lab Tools is a newer web performance and front-end quality testing tool developed by Gaël Métais. This tool gives you a lot of information and some unique features not seen in other tools such as a view of when JavaScript interactions with the DOM during the loading of the page and other code validation issues. Get a global score based on the following qualifiers.

1. Page weight
2. Requests
3. DOM
4. Bad Javascript
5. Bad CSS
6. Server Config

The JavaScript timeline shows you exactly how the DOM interacts during the loading of the page

12. PageSpeed - SmallSEO Tools: On the world wide web, people have a shorter than usual attention span. Not only are we super easy to distract (Ooh, Cute Kitten Video) but we also have zero patience.
As a website owner, you have to cater to a distracted audience by providing a clean design and properly formatted web content that will grab—and keep—their attention. You have to make it as easy as possible to navigate to different pages or fulfill targeted actions. If you still have a high bounce rate, use this tool to check your page speed. Slow loading websites are the worst, and this could be costing you through the loss of potential customers. Certain things like embedded videos can slow down the page load time. The bottom line is simple… any users who have to wait more than 5 seconds to load your page are almost guaranteed to click the “Back” button in their browser and go somewhere else.

13. Sucuri Load Time Tester: The Sucuri Load Time Tester provides a quick and easy way to test the performance of your sites from around the globe. It will give you a global performance grade, from an A to F. The test measures how long it takes to connect to your site and for one page to fully load. A very important value to pay attention to is the “time to first byte”, which gives you how long it took for the content to be sent back to the browser to start processing the page.

14. Pagelocity: The Pagelocity tool offers another unique way to analyze website speed. It gives you a total score out of 100, consisting of factors such as social, SEO, resources, and code. The tool also offers the ability to track your competitors. You can signup for a free account to benefit from the additional features. The code view is especially unique as it will show you if your site is running over HTTPS, what your TTFB is, and a graphical interface of your DOM elements with a bar chart.

The resources view is also quite interesting as you can quickly see which assets are making up your total page weight. As you can see in our test images are more than 4x that of our external scripts.

15. YSlow: YSlow is an open source project and tool that analyzes web pages and helps you figure out why they are slow based on Yahoo!’s rules for high performance websites.  It is currently maintained by Marcel Duran, who is also involved in the WebPageTest project. YSlow operates in three steps to get its performance test results:

1. YSlow crawls the DOM to find all components (Image, Scripts, etc.).
2. YSlow gets information about each component size (GZip, Expire Headers, etc.)
3. YSlow takes the data and generates a grade for each rule, which in turn gives you an overall grade.

YSlow has 23 different rules that it runs your website against to grade it, as seen in the example test below. You can use the free YSlow chrome extension or get the YSlow results from GTMetrix. Make sure to check out our in-depth tutorial on how to improve your YSlow score.

16. IISpeed:  This tool is powered by Google's PageSpeed Insights and YSlow to analyse compliance with best practices and computing scores. It will report PageSpeed rule compliance violations prioritized on speed and mobile usability impact. PageSpeed Report: Next to desktop and mobile page speed, the mobile friendlyness of the page is reviewed. The resulting report contains actionable items that will augment your SEO efforts and improve page speed and web performance. Its recommendations represent industry standard web performance best practices provided by Yahoo and Google.

Tips To Reduce Website Page Speed Loading Time:

1. Use Responsive and SEO friendly Template (Blogspot) and Theme (WordPress).
2. Do not use Unwanted widgets on sidebar like Comment Box, View Traffic and Popups Ads. Not even Interstitial Ads
3. Use only necessary widgets and plugins.
4. Don't add too much ads on your Website/Blog. Specially never use Popups and Interstitial Ads.
5. Also don't use stylish widgets like lights glowing, Christmas celebrating or any fancy widget or plugin etc.
6. Don't use too much large image in blog post. I recommended size: 700X400
7. If you're using WordPress platform so i recommended you WPEngine or MaxCDN. It will help you to boost your page within few second. Try it WP Engine - 20% Off
8. If you're using Popup widget or plugin so don't use more than one.
9. Use these given sites to analysis page speed and optimization.
10. Keep your blog neat and clean. No Fancy!

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