Saturday, July 19, 2014

Two Secrets to Getting 1.5 Million Organic Page Views on Google Plus

1.5 Million Google Plus page views
1.5 Million Google Plus Page Views
What are the two big secrets to getting 1.5 million organic page views on Google Plus?

The first secret is original content...not just re-posting articles and stories that interest you.

My Google+ profile has passed 1.5 million organic page views. with the majority of posts on my profile are blog posts from Z. Love's Entertainment Blog and Stop Email Phishing Scams.

Original Content is important to Google Plus and Google Search


People want to read original content. Re-posting articles and content makes that content popular, but you need original content added to Google Plus as well.

Hashtags are important to Twitter, but now also on Facebook and Google Plus


The second secret is to add hashtags to every post on Google Plus. You can add up to three hashtags per post on Google Plus. Focus on the most popular and most searched for words in the post. Hashtags started out as a way to contribute to a conversation on Twitter, but the use of hashtags has now also grown to social media sites Facebook and Google+, too.

These 1.5 million organic page views on Google Plus were not from back-links, special marketing tricks, or special SEO other than what I have already described to you. Secret #1: Post original content regularly. Secret #2: Add hashtags to every post. 

If you want Google+ to give you lots of page views, you must learn to incorporate the about two secrets to every post.

Another tips is to always write something in the description of a Google+ post. These words come up in search engine results, and help your posts and content to be found in internet searches, particularly when a Google search is performed.

Both the description of the blog post and the description that you typed on Google+ will show up in a Google search containing certain key words.

If you have found this blog post helpful, please follow me on Google+.

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Gun Control Ineffective in the Movie Tombstone and Worse for the United States


Ronald Reagan Quote on Gun Control

In the 1993 movie, Tombstone, the Earp Brothers have to take matters into their own hands after the local law man Fred is killed by a bandit. 

Virgil Earp issues a mandate that no guns are allowed in Tombstone. But his radical #guncontrol does not help them stop the bad guys.

He says, "I'm not sayin' that you can't own a gun. I'm not sayin' that you can't carry a gun. I'm just sayin' you can't carry a gun in town."

As Ronald Reagan pointed out, if you take guns away from law-abiding citizens, then only the thugs and criminals that don't follow the law have guns. This kind of gun control is dangerous for the citizens of the United States.

In the movie, the gun-toting bandits come back to Tombstone with a posse and Wyatt Earp gets sworn in real quick-like to defend the town. This was inevitable, because the law breakers were the ones carrying guns.

Bipartisan Sportsmen's Act of 2014 Brings Back Gun Control Debate


Politicians in the U.S. Senate have been at odds over the Bipartisan Sportsmen's Act of 2014. According to the Miami Herald, Senators from both parties planned to add amendments to the Bipartisan Sportsmen's Act of 2014 to re-ignite the debate on gun control

The Bipartisan Sportsmen's Act of 2014 needed 60 votes in the Senate to get passed, and did not receive these necessary votes on Thursday, July 10, 2014 to get passed. No Republicans voted to proceed with the bill on Thursday.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D. - NV) blocked all amendments, saying he would only negotiate further with a "set list" of amendments to the Bipartisan Sportsmen's Act of 2014.

Senator Roger Wicker (R. - MS) accused Harry Reid of breaking from the Senate traditional way of introducing amendments. Roger Wicker co-sponsored the bill, as well as 25 other Republicans, and 19 other Democrats. 

After the bill was initially approved, Republicans tried to add 55 amendments to the bill, and Democrats tried to add 26 amendments. Harry Reid would have none of it, and killed it on Thursday.

If you want to find out all of the things in the original Bipartisan Sportsmen's Act of 2014, those details can be read here.

Saturday, July 05, 2014

Sci-fi Show, 'The 100' Season 1 on the CW Gets a Season 2 with Ratings

The 100 CW Poster

Sci-fi Show, 'The 100' Season 1 on the CW 

The 100 on the CW is a sci-fi drama based on a book series by Kass Morgan.

The show takes place in a future where the Earth was abandoned due to nuclear war 97 years earlier, forcing humans to look to space for survival. They built and live in a space station orbiting above the Earth, with the capability of coming back to Earth with shuttles. As food and water begins to deplete, the leaders aboard the space station have to make hard decisions. They first decide to send 100 of their delinquents down to Earth to see if it is habitable. In reality, the leaders knew this would be a death sentence, to give those aboard the station a better chance with less people to drain the ship's resources. To monitor #The100 on the Earth, each juvenile is fitted with a vital signs bracelet. As life signs abruptly end, the space station begins to think that The 100 are unable to survive on the Earth.

The 100 land on Earth (in once was the Eastern U.S.) and find out that the planet is habitable, and that there are humans that did survive on Earth this whole time. These humans appear to be feudal and aggressive toward outsiders, particularly The 100 that "fell from the sky."

For the duration of Season 1, The 100 mainly takes place at the base camp that they have built on Earth, and the scenes back up inside the space station. However, in episode 13, the surviving 100 members are gassed by an unknown group and the episode ends inside a quarantine unit inside of Mount Weather. This indicates that there was a group of surviving humans that still possess technology and modern equipment.

Which Character from 'The 100' on the CW has Developed the most over Season 1?

Watch the video below to see the answer.


The 100 Season 1 Ratings on the CW


The sci-fi show, 'The 100' on the CW ended with suspense, and the CW did not hesitate to pick up the show for a 2nd Season.

According to TVSeriesFinale.com, they partly credit the CW for airing The 100 right after Arrow as the lead-in show. The 2.7 million viewers on the Season 1 premiere was a great start for the sci-fi show, and ended with almost 1.7 million viewers.

Below you can see the Nielsen ratings for each Season 1 episode of The 100 on the CW.

Nielsen ratings for Season 1 of The 100 on The CW


Sources:
"The 100 Season 1 Ratings." TVSeriesFinales.com.

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