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5 WTF snaps from the Comedy Animal Photo Awards
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards (yes, that's a thing) are back once again, showcasing candid shots of the funniest critters on the World Wild Web.
So good are some of these snaps, it's almost as if the animals knew the brief. From peekaboo eagles to ballet-dancing ants, and friendly polar bears to snowball-flinging monkeys, the most comedic scenes from the animal kingdom are all here.
Kick-started last year to help raise cash and awareness for conservation efforts in a lighthearted way, you can enjoy a handful of 2016's funniest shots below before heading over to the CWPA website to LOL at the rest of the entries


Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a 'peli-can't catch a fish to save his life'


*Plays 'The Great Escape' theme tune* © Nicolas De Vaulx/Comedy Wildlife Photo 2016


That feeling when you forgot something important

"Shit. Did I leave the iron on?" © Barb D'Arpino/Comedy Wildlife Photo 2016


Oh yeah. Laugh it up

"You want a funny photo? Owl handle it." © Edward Kopeschny/Comedy Wildlife Photo 2016


Who needs hand-eye coordination anyway?

"Oh yeah, this is awkward for you, huh?" - fish © Rob Kroenert/Comedy Wildlife Photo 2016


That's a bad day in the office

"Hey, Dave, I'm taking the rest of the day off." © Tom Stables/Comedy Wildlife Photo 2016


Check out the rest of the entries to this year's competition right here.

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Content Distribution Tools #Notes
When you’re creating useful, actionable, epic content, everyone deserves to see it. So how do you get your hard work and effort seen by the largest audience possible?



The 3 Types of Content Distribution Channels
Before we dive into the tools, let’s start with an overview of content distribution. Essentially, when you distribute your content, you do so in three basic channels.
OwnedEarnedPaidOwned media includes the channels that belong to you, where you control the content. This can be your blog, website, email newsletter, and social media profiles.
Earned media involves others sharing your content. This can take the form of social media shares, guest posts, media coverage, and product reviews.
Paid media is the exposure you pay for, be it pay-per-click ads, display ads, social ads, or otherwise.

When viewed in a Venn diagram, you can see that these channels provide a bit of overlap with one another as content distribution can touch on many different channels for the same piece of content.


With this idea framework in mind, let’s look at some tools that help accomplish content distribution in each of the three major distribution channels: owned, earned, and paid.
The 17 Best Tools for Widespread Content Distribution

1. Buffer

We’ve found Buffer to be the simplest way to share your content to your social media channels on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and LinkedIn. You can schedule your posts to publish at ideal times (or let Buffer decide when is best), and you can reshare older content by re-buffering straight from the app dashboard.


2. Edgar

A new tool for reposting content from your archives, Edgar helps with evergreen promotion by linking to your social channels and sharing old content at a regular drip.

3. WiseStamp

A complete, beautiful email signature that can contain the typical contact information plus a host of other social media, RSS, and content distribution tidbits. You can show your latest tweet or hook up your RSS feed to show your latest blogpost.


4. Goodbits

Create an email newsletter full of amazing links (including the content of yours you want to distribute). Goodbits lets you drag-and-drop content from a queue made up of any RSS feed you connect as well as any articles you add via the bookmarklet or browser extension. You can then customize, edit, and send to your contacts, including your MailChimp list and segments.


5. MailChimp

Speaking of email newsletters, MailChimp is one of the biggest and best (and free) ways to send email to your list of contacts. You can set up automated campaigns that deliver each new post that you write, or you can create campaigns from scratch. MailChimp offers free accounts for those with fewer than 2,000 contacts in their list.

6. SumoMe

The suite of tools offered by the SumoMe WordPress plugin helps considerably with owned media and earned media. For owned media, SumoMe offers list building tools that include a subscription scroll box, a signup bar, list popup, and incentives/giveaways widget.

In terms of earned media, SumoMe makes it easy for others to share images on your blogposts as well as the posts themselves.

7. OnePress Social Locker

This WordPress plugin allows you to lock a portion of your content behind a social share button so that the content can only be accessed once a user shares to Twitter, Facebook, or Google+.


8. Help a Reporter (HARO)

HARO lets you connect with journalists looking for a source. If you’ve got an expertise or experience in a certain area, you can sign up at HARO and a reporter could get in touch!

9. PR Newswire

Got something newsworthy to share? Consider going the press route. PR Newswire can help with distribution of news, announcements, and events to a variety of sources. If you sign up, a rep from PR Newswire will get in touch directly to authorize your account and help with any press release promotion you need.

10. List.ly

Build a list about anything—resources for your niche, articles you love, helpful tools, recommended books, etc. Grab links from around the web (including yours), and publish and share—and even embed—your list so that others can see.


11. Buzzstream

Buzzstream provides a host of services that assist with link building. You can find influencers in your niche who may want to share your content, and you can organize outreach efforts all the way from list building to measuring responses.

12. Boomerang for Gmail

Outreach to fellow bloggers and influencers may require a bit of followup. With Boomerang, you can schedule your emails and automate follow-ups.


13. Contently

Writers, authors, and journalists can create a portfolio at Contently, which can then be viewed and shared by just about anyone—readers, social media users, and even potential employers. The Contently platform helps connect content producers with those in need of content, and the service acts as a great way to distribute your own writing in one consistent place.


14. Storify

Collect content from across the web—blogposts, tweets, and more—and place it into a Storify page. We use Storify for recaps of our Bufferchats on Twitter. The service integrates all types of media from videos to articles and everything in between.

15. Outbrain

Have you ever come across a series of links at the end of an article? Would it be cool to see your content there? You can sign up for this kind of service at Outbrain, which feeds related/interesting content to pages all over the Internet.

Similar services include Disqus, Taboola, Skyword, and SimpleReach. Contently did a great breakdown of the pros and cons (and costs) of these paid channels, and Powered By Search has a list of great options, too.

16. Facebook sponsored posts

In a similar way to Facebook ads, you can pay to have your page’s posts seen by more users on the network. You can boost any post from your page and target the boost to reach a particular demographic of location, age, gender, or interest.

17. Promoted tweets

Like Facebook sponsored posts, you can get more views on your tweets by paying to promote a tweet to a larger audience. This occurs through the Twitter ads dashboard where you can compose an original tweet to promote or grab one from your stream that you’d like more people to see.

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How #Dangal Girls trained themselves for the Movie 
 Actresses Fatima Sana Shaikh (who plays wrestler Geeta Phogat) and Sanya Malhotra (who plays wrestler Babita Phogat) also went through a tough schedule of 7-8 months to prepare for their roles.Child actor Zaira Wasim (who plays young Geeta) also had to go through a grueling schedule so she could perfect her moves for Dangal.These girls' preparation will give you all the #motivation you need to hit the gym.

How #Dangal Girls trained themselves for the Movie
Actresses Fatima Sana Shaikh (who plays wrestler Geeta Phogat) and Sanya Malhotra (who plays wrestler Babita Phogat) also went through a tough schedule of 7-8 months to prepare for their roles.Child actor Zaira Wasim (who plays young Geeta) also had to go through a grueling schedule so she could perfect her moves for Dangal.These girls' preparation will give you all the #motivation you need to hit the gym.

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What are the good advice and tips for traveling alone?



Learn to be independent.

Learn to be an efficient packer.

Develop social skills.

Try new things.

Learn and Experience culture that cannot be taught through an Anthony Bourdaine video.

Learn to be self-reliant.

Learn to manage your finances.

Learn how many days of not bathing it takes to know YOU SMELL.

See the world.

Eat new things.

Drink new things.

You are the king of your own schedule, you can do what you want, when you want.

Zero Drama.

Build Confidence.

It could alleviate depression.

You can sleep the whole way through the trip and no one will nag to you about missing out on the Louvre.

Save money.

Learn about yourself. It's like having alone time, a self-reflecting period.

n to be independent.

Learn to be an efficient packer.

Develop social skills.

Try new things.

Learn and Experience culture that cannot be taught through an Anthony Bourdaine video.

Learn to be self-reliant.

Learn to manage your finances.

Learn how many days of not bathing it takes to know YOU SMELL.

See the world.

Eat new things.

Drink new things.

You are the king of your own schedule, you can do what you want, when you want.

Zero Drama.

Build Confidence.

It could alleviate depression.

You can sleep the whole way through the trip and no one will nag to you about missing out on the Louvre.

Save money.

Learn about yourself. It's like having alone time, a self-reflecting period.




A few tips?

Keep a photocopy of your passport and other important documents in a bag somewhere for emergencies.

It is usually cheaper to exchange currency at a local bank at your destination rather than your home bank. (Big local banks will only charge you an ATM fee, and uses interbank rates, rather than adding a huge spread on exchange rates)

Apply for a Charles Schwab Debit Card, they will return you any ATM fees you incur abroad. (Relating to the above)

Pre-travel, sign up for a reward mile credit cards so you can rack up miles for your next travel experience.

If you are a one-bagger like myself, put in a few dryer sheets in your bag to keep it from reeking of old laundry.

I usually wear quick drying clothing, like Under Armor, Nike, or Ex-Officio and wash my clothes in the bathroom with Shampoo (not bar soap).

Do wear a cheap watch.

I always have a portable battery pack with me for just in case my phone dies moments. (Currently: Anker 16000 MAH)

Turn off all phone notifications and enjoy the trip.

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Those who had a plan and they were serious about following it, modifying it,
changing it and again challenging themselves in  following it,
constantly dared to think,
what they want,
What they have done,
Had dared ro criticise their own action,
and 
have found ways how to overcome them,
And refollowed a time schedule,
No doubt they have been successful.
Before having a plan, 
before following that,
before you do anything,
You can't give up.
Try hard...It's never late for anything. #NojotoQuote

Those who had a plan and they were serious about following it, modifying it,
changing it and again challenging themselves in following it,
constantly dared to think,
what they want,
What they have done,
Had dared ro criticise their own action,
and
have found ways how to overcome them,
And refollowed a time schedule,
No doubt they have been successful.
Before having a plan,
before following that,
before you do anything,
You can't give up.
Try hard...It's never late for anything.
#SelfMotivation #RM #FollowingASchedule #Nojoto
#totd

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