Why Slow and Steady Wins the Race in Social Media

A lot of the times, new business pop up and their owners are so excited about this new venture that they think they need to see quick growth on social media. This mindset may lead them to make some rash decisions such as buying followers or spending too much on ads. And it may look impressive to investors to have gained over 1,000 followers in under a month, but savvy investors know there's more to it than that. And the day-to-day consumer probably won't even pay attention.

Let's get this out of the way right at the front: Do not buy followers. No one knows for sure, but it's estimated that about 15% of social media accounts are bots. That's 15% of about 3 billion. So, if you had every bot on Twitter following you, it would bring your follower count up to about 450 million. Sounds impressive, right? It does right up until you realize that bots aren't buying your products or telling any real people about you. You could make the case that the high number of foll…

Hover-board Coming Soon!!

This is very important! Very . . . very important! And not just because I'm using italics, but because I'm also using BOLD AND CAPS.

This is VERY, VERY IMPORTANT!

Why? Because 2015 is almost here and I don't have a hover-board!

According to FoxNews.com
A natural force which causes tiny particles to stick to one another has been reversed by scientists, effectively enabling them to create a type of levitation.

The "Casimir force," which is sometimes referred to as a "sticky quantum" force, makes very small "nanoparticles" attract one another. One example of it is a gecko's ability to stick to any surface with one toe.

A pair of physicists at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland have discovered a way to reverse the force, meaning that they can make small objects repel, rather than attract, one another in a vacuum.
Do I even have to tell you how exciting that is to any kind of sci-fi fan?? For years we've been trying to find a way to fly that's easier than catching wind and the University of St. Andrews is getting close!

Maybe I'm being a little geeky about this. Maybe it's far, far away from being marketable. But, seriously, is there anyone in the world who would not like to play around with something that floats on its own without magnetism and without air-lift? This is awesome!


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