4 Ways Your Small Businesses Can Dominate The Search Engines

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One of the best ways to take control of your small business’s online reputation is to make sure that your small business owns all the first and possibly second pages in the search engine results.

Using the following video article strategies, any small business owner with a limited budget can use this cost-effective strategy to dominate the search results for their company keywords and reduce the “space” for any external negative search results.

Who Says Michelle Obama Can’t Rap?

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As if we didn’t already think Michelle Obama was the chillest FLOTUS yet, her new rap video will make you love her even more (and want to go to college).

The first lady teamed up with “Saturday Night Live” comedian Jay Pharoah to drop a beat about the benefits of higher education.

“If you wanna fight crime, you should go to college/If you wanna write rhymes fill your head with knowledge/If you wanna stare at grass don’t go to college, but for everything else you should go to college,” Obama expertly raps alongside Pharoah, from a recording studio that appears to be inside the White House.

The video, fittingly produced by College Humor, is for Obama’s “Better Make Room” campaign that aims to inspire teens aged 14 to 19 to go to college. Only question is, what do Sasha and Malia think about this one?

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/michelle-obama-jay-pharoah-college-rap-video_5669983ce4b0f290e5222487?ir=Daily%2BBrief%253Fncid%253Dnewsltushpmg00000003

Gary Coleman: A Great Actor Behind A Sad Story

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The actor Gary Coleman soared to stardom as the ‘cute’ little kid on the TV series ‘Diff’rent Strokes’.

Coleman was born with a congenital kidney disease which stunted his growth at an early age; as a result he was only 4′ 8″ tall. His height became his most distinguishing feature.

Coleman is most famous for playing Arnold Jackson on ‘Diff’rent Strokes’, a US sitcom that ran from 1978 to 1985 and earned him, at its height, around $70,000 an episode.

During his time on the programme, he also took roles in TV movies and was the inspiration for the animated series ‘The Gary Coleman Show’. However, when ‘Diff’rent Strokes’ was cancelled in the mid-Eighties, Coleman’s popularity diminished.

Coleman sued his parents and manager over the misuse of his $8.3 million trust fund, and won $1,280,000 in February 1993. Despite this, Coleman had to file for bankruptcy in 1999 after his business ventures failed. Coleman was also famously charged with assault in November 2000 when he hit a woman whilst she tried to get his autograph.

In 2001, he took a job as a shopping mall security guard in Los Angeles. This job led to a cameo on ‘The Simpsons’ as himself (in security guard mode), after the video of a scam pulled on him by the paparazzi made him infamous.

Coleman stood as a candidate for Governor of California in the 2003 election, where Arnold Schwarzenegger was victorious. Coleman was however placed 8th in a field of 135 candidates, receiving 14,242 votes.

Later that year, he appeared in the video game ‘Postal 2’. In 2005, he appeared in WWE star John Cena’s music video for his single ‘Bad Bad Man’ in which Coleman played himself as a bad guy kidnapping 1980s pop stars such as Madonna and Michael Jackson. The music video was a spoof of 1980s culture.

In 2006, Coleman met younger actress Shannon Price on the set of the movie ‘Church Ball’ and they married in 2007. Unfortunately the marriage dissolved into domestic squabbles, which led to a court charge for domestic abuse.

They divorced in 2008 and Coleman moved to Utah. In 2009, he appeared in his last film ‘Midgets V Mascots’ before descending into poor health.

He underwent heart surgery, which was complicated by pneumonia, in autumn 2009. Coleman then suffered a heart seizure in February 2010 while performing on a Hollywood set. On 28 May 2010, he died of a brain haemorrhage after taking a fall at home at the age of 42.

A legal dispute emerged over whether or not Price had the authority to turn off Coleman’s life support machine but the case was closed on 5 October 2010 after a coroner ruled his death was ‘accidental’.

He was cremated in June 2010 but the disposition of the ashes has not yet occurred due to arguments about who inherits his estate as his last will was written before he married Price.

Culled from ‘LIFETIME’: http://www.lifetimetv.co.uk/biography/biography-gary-coleman

GREAT WORQS: A Unique Platform For Writers And Film Makers

‘Great Worqs’ is recently launched online publishing platform which allows writers and writing enthusiasts to publish stories for members of the public to read and at the same time connect their stories with filmmakers. There’s an aspect of the site which allows filmmakers from all over the globe to connect for free.
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They plan on re-launching a new platform at SXSW in March, with a site that will further help filmmakers and writers make a name for themselves within the film and publishing industry. “We are currently running a competition in partnership with the MMBF trust which allows writers to upload stories, connect with filmmakers and make a film which can then be sent back to us,” said ‘Great Worqs’ officials.

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“Once that happens we will put the videos on our Great Worqs Youtube Channel. The highest viewed videos will than be reviewed by our high profile independent filmmakers who will judge the best film. Winners will get free independent film festival tickets to any festival in the world of their choosing and £100 prize money. At the same time if you already have a short film made you can submit the synopsis to that film and send your film right over which we will upload for you and your story will come up as pre-collaborated story.”

Website: www.greatworqs.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/greatworqs