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The Content Trap

The Content Trap

by Bharat Anand
464 Pages · 2015 · 6 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Unfreedom of the Press
by Mark R. Levin
272 Pages · 2019 · 3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Unfreedom of the Press is the U.S government, political sciences, media and politics book which tells how important the press is in this modern world. Mark R. Levin is the author of this wonderful book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times and won multiple awards of his writing. Mark talk about the media how it helps the world to become a better place and at the same time, it is used by the politicians to manipulate the nations. Press usually work in the neutral without taking any sides and they are acting as a member of the society. They ask questions and raised the issues which common people are suffering from. There are limited channels at the beginning of the 21st century but now there are thousands of news channels in the world. Now the competition is tight and every channel is n race to beat others. This competition has changed the concept and purpose of the press. Now, the press becomes the poppet of politicians and dictators. They help the dictators and politicians to build the narrative, conduct the fake surveys and delivers the fake reports just to manipulate the people. The American people are also the victim of their press and now they are suffering from it. This book is not an ordinary book on the press as Mark talked about self-censorship, passing off opinion, groupthink, and propaganda.
YouTube Secrets
by Sean Cannell
344 Pages · 2018 · 2 MB · 5 Downloads · New!
YouTube Secrets is the marketing, media, and YouTube book that shares the proven techniques and methods to grow your YouTube channel. Sean Cannell is the author of this outstanding book. This guide takes the reader step by step to grow YouTube channel and make millions every year from your channel. It covers the secret that everyone needed to achieve their goals. First and the most, you need to make a commitment to yourself by posting various videos on your channel every week. If you have quality content with a quantity then nobody can stop you from winning. Do not take maximum time in posting videos and make sure that you are providing that people wanted to watch. Start your videos with an interesting hook and give kind of teasers at the beginning that defines your overall video. Do not use over words in opening credits and keep the titles short. Do not forget to add end screens that ultimately promote your channel, videos, and websites. Add the subscription button in the end and ask your fans to share it with their friends and social media accounts. Be careful when you are designing the thumbnails of your videos. This book is full of secrets that will lead you to become successful you tubers.
The Enemy of the People
by Jim Acosta
368 Pages · 2015 · 5 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Enemy of the People: A Dangerous Time to Tell the Truth in America” is a New York Times best-selling book that reveals about journalist biographies. Jim Acosta is the author of this successful book. Jim began his professional career in radio. In 1994, Acosta entered in television, working for WTTG-TV as an assistant. Jim Acosta is CNN’s chief White House correspondent and currently covering the Trump administration. Jim regularly covers president press conferences and issues impacting the executive branch of the federal government. Jim is the number one public enemy. Mr. Trump announced his candidacy in 2015, he has attacked the media, calling a journalist. When Trump was the leader of the free world incites hate and violence but Jim Acosta urges his fellow citizens to do the same and does not back down. Even Trump supporters have vulnerable Jim Acosta with words along with physical violence, but he goes directly with the White House. To sum it up, The Enemy of the People is a good biography book of a journalist who covers the White House and continues the effort to do their job.
World Without Mind
by Franklin Foer
272 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “World Without Mind: The Existential Threat of Big Tech” is an instructive and educational book for the readers. Franklin Foer is the author of this book. Franklin is a national correspondent for the Atlantic. He is the author of How Soccer Explains the World, which has been translated into twenty-seven languages and is a winner of a National Jewish Book Award. World Without Mind is a definite read for anyone who spends a lot of time on electronic media. He explains how we got where we are today in this advanced life. This book is an eye-opener and confirmation for those who have been uncomfortable about putting their information on the internet. The first chapter of this book defines technology near-monopolies of the past and attitudes in Silicon Valley to near-monopolies of the future. Additionally, Franklin discusses the disruptive new technologies using the examples of Google, Facebook, and Amazon. For each of these companies, the author reaches out to the past and then discusses the current situation. To be honest, this book is interesting and very informative for computer science and also advance life people. To sum it up, World Without Mind is a must-read book for media and the internet in politics readers.
Hatching Twitter
by Nick Bilton
320 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Hatching Twitter: A True Story of Money, Power, Friendship, and Betrayal” is a best-selling book that describes business, money, technology and true friendship. Nick Bilton is a Special Correspondent for Vanity Fair. He writes about politics, technology, business, and culture. Nick was a columnist for The New York Times for almost a decade. The Hatching Twitter, Nick Bilton gave readers an astonishingly reported, riveting, and impeccably crafted story of the politics and power struggles behind the founding of Twitter. The author describes the Hatching Twitter story is very well. It’s an attractive read.This popular book engages the readers from start to end of the page. It’s very strange to read about your friends and former co-workers in a book like this. Most of us live our lives only ourselves.
Sleight of Mouth
by Robert Dilts
346 Pages · 2015 · 6 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Sleight of Mouth: The Magic of Conversational Belief Change” is a helpful book about the magic of words and language. Robert Dilts is the author of this instructive book. Robert has had a global reputation as a leading behavioral skills trainer and business consultant since the 1970s. He has provided coaching, consulting and training throughout the world to a wide variety of individuals and organizations. He has written numerous books and all of them are worth to read and engages all the readers from the first to the last page. In this book, you will learn the magic of words and language. Language is a unique key that represents the personality of the people. This book also has basic instruction that if used and understood will provide the reader with a major power. Speaking the right words at the right time can be uplifting and changing lives for the better. The wrong words at the wrong time can be hurtful and show a bad image of your personality. Sleight of Mouth provides a powerful tool for persuasion and conversational belief change. All in all, the Sleight of Mouth is a necessary book for all the leaders and business people.