Published September 19, 2014 by

It’s been nearing three years in which I’ve been blogging solo on my blog, under various names, in various forms. Through these years I’ve met so many incredible and amazing people, including other bloggers and reviewers and readers (wherein mostly they’re all three), many authors, publicists, and people with some relation of some sort from my blog or my YouTube channel; I’ve been quoted on the back of a book, been acknowledged in another, have had a Q&A of mine published in the back of one, and a character written another with my name.

But truly, to be completely honest with you, I think it’s time that I enjoy these achievements with someone else, enjoy having fun with somebody else with something that we love. My latest book review is on Issa Asad Instant Profits with Instagram.

It’s something I want to feel. Like, now.

Instagram is a fast growing social media site with a ton of users. Business have been trying to crack the secret of marketing on Instagram for some time.

Although this will feel less like my own, something of my own creation, I think I deserve to share it with someone, see it develop and expand and become increasingly active, with more content, of not just my own views but of someone else’s, spinning uncontrollably in directions I cannot predict, ruled by ideas and differences and the good stuff that makes life more enjoyable. I’m looking for someone that shares my appreciation of social media and ebooks.

This is something I’ve been thinking about for a few weeks now. I don’t want to feel stressed that I’m leaving my readers wondering when my next post will come, where I am, if I’ll review something soon. I’m looking for a co-blogger to diminish this guilt, this stress, this feeling of helplessness I feel when I’ve run out of ideas, when what I do feels done before, when I become tired with the same old posts I do week in and week out, the inconsistency.

You, if you’re thinking about it, can help me with that; we can lift all these negatives, shape them into positives, and enjoy everything that is generated from blogging, and reviewing, and sharing opinions about books.

Male. Female. I don’t care either way. Both even.

We just have to have a similar love for books, for the age groups and genres (YA, Children’s/MG, General Adult Fiction; Sci-Fi & Fantasy, contemporary, paranormal, among others.) I’m open to other formats like anime and graphic novels although I don’t quite read this, but someone else out there might and there are people who are interested in that content.

This blog may not be a blog designed to please everyone; I created this blog to please someone, at least… to communicate with someone.

There are some things I propose though:

• Commitment, passion, humour – commitment when it comes to the blog (I may be a hypocrite but this is something we can work on together), passion when it comes to reading, sharing opinions, etc., and humour. Although I don’t like there to be drama and prefer seriousness , you never can have too much humour, and humour in your content, in your reviews, is what will be a hit.
• At least one post a week (a review, a meme, a discussion). Additionally, these posts must be honest and written well, with a little humour here and there as suggested previously. An overly negative or an overly positive review? I don’t care. Just justify yourself.
• I want you to know that this is not a professional job, but an activity to go to when you need to express yourself. I want this blog to be fun. Fun seriousness – in the respectful and responsible way.
• Versatile and flexible – schedule-wise, format-wise… open to change.
Got Goodreads? A positive. Got twitter? Another positive.

If you’re still interested, you’ll have the benefit of being able to get ARCs and uncorrected proofs (electronically), no matter where you live, through Edelweiss and NetGalley – do you like HarperCollins’s titles? If you’re in the US, we can in time get into contact with US publishers, the UK with the UK publishers, ANZ with publishers that I know for physical copies. If you’re interested in checking out Issa Asad Instant Profits with Instagram go to Amazon.

If you’re interested in becoming a guest reviewer or an official co-blogger here, fill out the form below, and good luck! And thank you for your interest in this blog.

Of course, the blog will alter to accommodate us both, and you’re ideas and suggestions are always welcome.

Phone

Published August 18, 2014 by

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The mobile phone industry is awash with so many services providers and it’s becoming increasingly difficult to compare the providers for the best plan that suits your needs. It is for this reason than many subscribers are opting to sign up for lengthy prepaid plans that will enable them make the most of their cell phones and airtime.

However, when choosing a prepaid cell phone plan, you need to mull over a few things before making the switch from postpaid services. Here’s what you need to ask yourself:

1. What is Your Monthly Mobile Phone Usage?

Some cell phone users require phones purposely for emergencies while others use them as the primary source of communication. Before signing up for a prepaid service, determine whether it’s cheaper to use the postpaid or prepaid service. Establish when and how you will need to use packages offered by the prepaid service you’re about to sign up for. This way you will be in a better position to choose a plan that has tailor made packages to match your needs.

2. What is the Network Coverage Area?

You need to know if the service provider covers the area within which you will be using your cell phone. Establish the signal strength by contacting the provider or asking other subscribers who are using the same service in your area. If you’re using a cell phone as the primary means of communication, it goes without saying that you need to enjoy uninterrupted services. There’s no point of choosing a prepaid cell phone plan where you’ll encounter problems making and receiving calls or sending and receiving short text messages.

3. What are the Call and Text Rates?

There are many services providers offering different prepaid plans. Prepaid plans are meant to be cheaper if you use your phone for many hours. Thus it’s imperative that you compare the call and text tariffs of different prepaid plans by different providers. Know the minimum amount you can pay to the providers before you’re allowed to use their service as well. This is especially important if you’re operating on a low or fixed budget.

4. Are There Any Extra Charges?

If you love the internet and is always sharing photos, streaming videos, checking emails or chatting on social networks you need to know that most prepaid plans carry an extra fee in the event that you surpass your data limit irrespective of whether you’re on an unlimited data plan or not. Also, your plan can be terminated if the provider detects an intentional abuse of their service.

Remember This:

After signing up for a prepaid plan, you need to keep the following things in your mind:

Prepaid minutes have an expiration date – You must exhaust all your prepaid credit before it expires or reload with sufficient airtime to keep enjoying the service.

Don’t sign up for a prepaid plan if you travel a lot – If you move from one city or country to the other, prepaid plans may not work for you in the long run. Sign up for short plans instead.

Conduct a research before choosing a prepaid plan. After all you want a plan that’s cheap, effective and with packages that will ensure you get the most out of your credit.

Mobile Phone

Published August 18, 2014 by

 

Do you often find yourself stuck with different carriers when looking for the best prepaid phone services? If this is the case, then this article has some useful information that will really help you. There are many prepaid phone companies with different features that provide their customers flexible plans, outstanding customer service and better pricing. The following are of the best prepaid phone companies for you to consider.

Republic Wireless

Republic Wireless is a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) and low-cost phone services provider on the Sprint network. It is one of the best prepaid phone companies because it provides both monthly and prepaid plans, has very low rates and manages to make sure its calling plans are always available. They only support Motorola Defy, although they are extending their service to support the Moto X in the future. Moreover, the company boasts hybrid calling feature in their plans that makes them friendly to users. The hybrid feature allows users to make calls through VoIP and Wi-Fi whenever they have Wi-Fi access and cellular connection when Wi-Fi is not accessible.

mobile-prepaid-cell-phone-jpgPage Plus Access

Page Plus Access is an MVNO on the Verizon Wireless network. It operates nationwide with monthly and prepaid plans that come at amazing prices without contracts or agreements. It is among the best prepaid phone companies because it requires users to pay for the services they need at the beginning of the month by buying refill cards or filling up their accounts. In addition, the company allows Verizon Wireless prepaid users move to Page Plus Access without much hassle. The company activates other CDMA devices such as phones from Cricket and Sprint that can work using their network.

Ting

Ting is an MVNO on the Sprint network. The company provides both monthly options and prepaid plans that are completely customizable. The low-cost priced plans enable users to choose the voice minutes they want and the data and texts they need. This prevents customers from being locked in plans that doesn’t fit their needs. Moreover, customers will be credited back if they don’t use all the texts, minutes or data. Ting also provides users with a calculator to see the amount of money they will be saving and the fees they are required to pay depending on their usage.

TracfFone Wireless

TracFone Wireless is a subsidiary of America Movil, a Mexican telecommunication giant that has different carriers such as Telcel and Simple Mobile. It has two subsidiaries namely: Straight Talk and NET10 Wireless. TracFone is a major prepaid service provider and has MVNO agreements with the top four American carriers: Sprint, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile and AT&T. The company has various minute options as well. More specifically, Straight Talk Wireless is a partnership between Walmart and TracFone Wireless and is exclusively sold through Walmart. The prices are $30 for texts and minutes and data of 30Mb and $45 for unlimited minutes, data and texts. On the other hand, NET10 Wireless offers unlimited data, texts and minutes at $50 per month.

Mobile Phone

Published August 18, 2014 by

 

There are a lot of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) apps these days. These apps are very useful to help you cut down your bill significantly. Many people are looking for the best VoIP mobile apps that are suitable for their needs. This article can give you top 3 mobile VoIP apps that you can use easily and they offer a lot of great features. These apps also receive a lot of good reviews and testimonials from customers. Continue reading to learn about our top 3 choices for VoIP apps.

Mobile-Apps1. Viber

Viber is one of the best mobile VoIP apps because it allows you to make any voice calls over the Internet connection to other Viber users. You can enjoy voice calls for free without any additional costs. You can also make VoIP calls to landline phones or other mobile users by using the Viber Out service. This service is very affordable for most users and is available from 1.9 cents per minute. This is a cross-platform application that you can use with your mobile devices, including Blackberry, iOS, Android, Windows Phone and some other devices.

2. Skype

Skype is another recommended mobile VoIP application that you can use today. This application has a lot of users from around the world and is a major player in the VoIP industry. You can call other Skype users for free and you don’t have to spend a lot of money when you want to call landline or cell phones. With Skype, you don’t have to spend a lot of money to call other people nationally and internationally.

3. Google Hangouts

Google Hangouts is believed to be one of the best VoIP mobile apps available. This application can be used to contact other Hangouts users for free. Users say the call quality is consistently good. This application can be used with many operating systems, including Android, iOS, Windows and some other platforms. You can also contact other people’s mobile phone or landline directly. When you call your friends or families, you can enjoy affordable rates as low as 2 cents per minute.

These mobile VoIP apps are very useful to reduce your bills when making a lot of voice calls. You should be able to choose the best application that is suitable for your needs. Don’t forget to compare their rates when you make any calls to landline and cell phones. When you are looking for the best VoIP mobile apps, you should consider some of those apps above. Almost all of these mobile apps allow you to make any calls to other app users for free. You can simply connect to the Internet when you are planning to make any voice calls easily.

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