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Recent Articles - a website portal that showcase the talents, ability and true nature of the Northeast Indian.

The North-East India is composed of seven states in the northeastern hilly region of India. These 7 hilly states has been long forgotten by the central government and its people mainly due to its cultural and geographical barriers. Despite this fact, the people living in the region has been living  together with peace, harmony under unique culture , food, habitats and beautiful environment. 

It is an unexplored paradise with so much to be discovered and understood. The region possess a very unique and rich culture, heritage and environment which attracts largely unique flora and fauna in the region ....

Like everyone else, It also disheartened that the only news which mainstream media very often promotes about the region, is insurgency and violence, rather than promoting its rich culture, hospitality and it’s true beauty. In the process, such negative publicity has been portraying the region in a negative light and in fact, it has been turning away potential tourists and well-wishers of the region.

Thus , in order to showcase all the distinctive natures and blessings of the region, the said portal ( has been created that will bridged the gap between the reality of this wonderous region and the general perception of the world at large. The region has so much to share with the world like it’s   rich culture, unique tourist destinations, abundance of talent, it’s people and their lifestyle. Everyday there is so much happening back home, and we have seen an explosive growth in inquires seeking information on Tourism, cultures, festivals and logistics of travel etc. But sadly, no online magazine or website has come forward to provide a comprehensive and authentic coverage of this region.

Today, the region is witnessing an explosion of activity and awareness that is highlighting this once remote region, with ever increasing speed and bringing it to the notice of the rest of the nation and also to the world.

Their objective behind this portal includes the following list :

  • To globally create online awareness about the northeastern region and its people .
  • To offer creative opportunities to upcoming writers, photographers, athletics,  designers and artists to   use this unique land and it’s beauty to expose the true nature of this land to the world.
  • To involve  the youth in understanding and thus helping in  the preservation of indigenous art, culture      and heritage of the northeastern  states.
  •  To encourage young people in participating and collaborating in forums and discussions dealing with cross cultural views.
  •  Instant direct online access to visitors to learn more about the region
  • Pointing out online participation advantages:  more engaging and more compelling.—thus more rewarding and fulfilling to the participants.
  • To offer the possibility of adding interactive content such as audio and video. This will add to the pleasure of using the audio-visual aids , thus imparting a more comprehensive understanding of various issues.
Visit the website , and a little encouragement would help them a lot. :)

Promoting your new blog post on social networks - tips & tricks

What are Blogs? Why have they become so popular especially for businesses?

Well, a blog is a journal which is updated frequently and reflects the writer’s observations and views about a particular topic or subject. Blogs have created quite a storm in the Internet world and is one of the most popular ways to spread your word around the world. It is not just sufficient to write a good blog but also to ensure that people notice it or get to hear about it and read it.

One of the mediums by which you can attract traffic to your blog is through Social Networking sites. Most people have not been able to resist the temptation of social networking sites and are completely hooked. Hence, if you can get word about your blog on these sites your readership numbers will only escalate.

So, how do you go about promoting your blog on social networking websites?

  • Know where to go:  Twitter and Facebook have a lot of users, however they are not the only two social networking sites that you can go to in order to promote your blog. There are a quite a few other sites such as Bloggers, Trigger Street Labs, Writers café, etc. which are a haven for writers to get noticed on with an added bonus of learning a few tips on how to market your blog.
  •  Stay Active on sites:  It is important to stay active by contributing on these sites. You can talk about your journal /blog, create an interest in the readers and subtly post links to your blog just in case they would like to hear more from you.
  • Appealing online persona: Merely signing up at a social networking site and posting links to your blog is not enough. You need to ensure that your target audience is not only attracted to your blog / website, but will want to keep coming back as well as spreading the word around. You can do this by ensuring that the content of your blog is what your target audience is looking for. Including appropriate and high quality images will definitely boost the visual appeal of your blog.
  • Link posts to your social media profiles:  For instance you can create your own page or group on Facebook or any other social media site and post your individual blog there. This will increase interactions between your readers as well as you, indirectly creating a sort of community bond.
  • Install share buttons: Many a time, readers on social networking sites want to share interesting content within their network. By including share-buttons or plug-ins at the end of your post, you can make the sharing option as quick and easy for them to do so. Each share is going to increase awareness and chances of more traffic to your blog.
  • Don’t go overboard: Over promoting your blog on social network sites can have an adverse outcome. Starting your every post with “Read my blog”, “Visit my blog”, etc. can get a bit of annoying to others in the community and can come across as being needy. Instead what you should do is talk about your views, contribute to the discussions going on, give a fair amount of credit to other people's views and contents. By doing so, you are going to build a good relationship with others and perhaps they would want to know more of what you have to offer and maybe even share your blog details with others.
In conclusion, I would say that the best way to promote your blog using social networks is to build a relationship with your target audience. Listen to what they say and incorporate it in your blog, appreciate what they have to offer by commenting on or liking their posts.

Create personal bonds by tagging names of the people in your circle on relevant posts. Keeping these little things in mind can ensure traffic to your website.

An article by:
Ryan Larkin authors for - a site to get information about the best deals in broadband internet. He writes on topics like Social Media, Technology and updates on the Internet.

Top 3 Facebook User Concerns

We all use Facebook, whether it’s on our desktops, laptops, or smartphones-- Facebook is with us where ever we go and always accessible. So any change or variation in the use or interface of the social networking site is obviously going to be directly proportional to our concerns. But when we talk about concerns, perhaps the foremost concern is that users are not informed before the site brings about a change in its privacy settings.  By the time a slightly haggard user actually figures out something is wrong, usually thanks to the influx of friends or acquaintances suddenly commenting and posting on otherwise restricted content, the damage has been done. All sorts of otherwise private content has already become public, and that too is rectified only after grappling with and trying to figure out how to adjust the new  privacy settings.

Well, we are informed they say. Once you sign on to use Facebook, the site’s policies are there for the reading. What those who are pro-Facebook initiatives neglect is that whenever change in settings actually occurs, it is not brought to the attention of users. Yes, shifts to Timeline and new FB interfaces are introduced, but the fine print on policy is even more technical and difficult to read than tax returns a recent survey concluded.  Sounds strange coming from a site where the goal is to make avenues of social communication easier for all. No wonder concerns are ripe when it comes to sudden changes and disregard in customized settings that users prefer to work with.

 A second concern is that the site seems to be getting more and more susceptible to hacking. A widespread spamming attack that involved pornographic images back in November 2011 is just one example of how illicit content reached the website and had many users distressed as to the platform’s credibility. One of the reasons that Facebook has gained (and retained) so much fame throughout all this time is due to its ability to host games and other intriguing applications on the site itself.
 The down side of this is that by giving such leeway to third party developers, the site has opened itself up to the possibility of further hacking and security breaches. Those consequences are just now beginning to register. What is irking users on a monumental scale is that Facebook does not seem to be taking the actions necessary (such as checking credentials of programmers for one) to stop this or cut down the possibility of hacking. The site is more focused on its own convenience rather than user convenience.

 A final concern can be described as a fear of having Facebook become nothing but a platform for advertising and never ending spamming. The new ‘subscribe’ feature and the somewhat old feature of ‘liking’ a post, seems to be reminiscent of a popularity contest. With subscribing, Facebook has opened its doors to spambots and ‘how to get more subscriber’ schemes. Allowing widgets onto the site has also boosted what we may call ‘spammy’ apps for mobile phone users.,

 It seems the entirety of user concerns center around privacy, and as an extension, to security. Whichever way you may be looking at it, anyone who is on FB is basically putting up personal information to the public, but that too with an expectation. The expectation is that the information will be guarded, protected, and not be used in any way that brings harm to the individual. In short, transparency is needed to overcome all concerns, regarding whatever they may be.

About the Author:

Natalia David is a technology specialist who has been in this field for a number of years now. Her extensive work on PC and mobile technology, Social networking app such as how to spy on whatsapp is credit worthy and has made her a favorite amongst readers who look forward to her work. You can also follow her on twitter @NataliaDavid4
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