Headline June 22, 2018/ ''' *STARRING -SUPER- STUDENTS* '''


FEDERAL JOB GUARANTEES?.........  WHAT?................ Federal Job Guarantees?! What the hell da ya all mean? !Federal Job Guarantees! 

Now who the hell is saying that : Is that the Indian students saying that? Or the Bangladesh students, or Myanmar students, or Nepalese students, or Cambodian students, or the Vietnamese students...................

ROLL UP YOUR SLEEVES,  THEN : The World Students Society - for every subject in the world-  as,.........  Zilli and the research team, is giving the very final touches to the Global Research on Jobs and Federal Job Guarantees!

Well. well, and in that case, then lets stand tall and up and upright and give this very *High class Human*,  Dr. Saadia Asif, MBA [LUMS]  PHD, [Exeter, UK], former Professor Bahria University, Islamabad, a standing ovation.

Trust me to give a her a very demanding global assignment. ''Dee, Inform and invite Dr. Saadia Asif  to The World Students Society'.

Time enough, is it? : Merium, Rabo, Haleema, Saima, Dee, Zainab, Seher, Aqsa, Eman, Armeen,  Lakshmi, Hussain, Shahzaib, Salar, Zaeem, Haider, Jordan,  Reza, Vishnu,  to begin planning to beat and thrash all evil algorithms?   

*!WOW!'S advertising revenue : A big blob, ZERO. And Bored Panda looking delightfully up to $20 to $30 million of solid ad revenues*..........

BORED PANDA began as a side project in 2009, while Mr. Banisuskas, then a freelance videographer, was studying business administration at Vilnius University.

He was inspired by feats of Internet creativity like the Million Dollar Homepage in which an entrepreneur auctioned off a million pixels on a website for $1 each.

And he came up with the idea for a website that would, as he put it : ''Fight boredom with art and good news stories.''

On the content side, Bored Panda's strategy followed a familiar playbook. It collected user-generated content from Reddit, Instagram, Twitter and other social platforms and repackaged it with tempting headlines.

But by focusing on art, photography and other creative pursuits, and studiously sticking to the kind of apolitical content that few people object to. Bored Panda has steadily built a feel-good, escapist empire.

Bored Panda has the advantage of getting most of the content free from up-and-coming artists and other creative type who want the kind of exposure a large Facebook page can bring.

{And yes, it does ask for permission. I contacted several artists whose work had been featured on  Boring Panda, and all said they'd given their blessing}.

It has also adopted quality-over-quantity strategy that appears to have served it well. It published only 519 articles in October, or roughly 16 posts a day, according to a NewsWhip.

Compare that with CNN, which published 5,595 articles during the month, and Fox News, which published 51,919 articles.

It hasn't been a straight line to success. In its early days,  Bored Panda relied on StumbleUpon, a link aggregation site that was popular at the time, for much of its traffic.

But in 2010, according to Mr. Banisauska, StumbleUpon sharply reduced Bored Panda prominence on the site and and pressured him to buy ads instead.

As Mr. Banisauskas would later write in a post on Medium, the experience taught him that ''the only way to survive in this industry is to build a long-term value through loyal followers.

The next several years were struggle, but in 2013, Bored Panda began to see a spike in viewers being sent from a new source : Facebook.

It's positive light, lighthearted content was a hit with social network users, and the traffic grew a  tenfold in a single year. Soon, despite Mr. Banisauskas's intentions, Bored Panda was far from self-sufficient - its prospects hinged almost entirely on Facebook.

More recently, while its competitors have hedged their risks by diversifying away from Facebook, Bored Panda has made a conscious effort to pull the platform even closer.

It has has started several offshoot Facebook brands, including pages for art and animal themed stories, and a page called Crafty Panda and that focuses on D.I.Y projects.

It has begun creating original content, too, and recently set up a video studio in its office, a hospital from the 19th century that was converted into a tech office complex.

''Everyone wanted not to be not so dependent on Facebook,'' Mr. Banisauskas told me. ''At the same time, it's impossible - Facebook is the place where people share their ideas.''

The Honor and Serving of the  latest Global Operational Research on Social Networks, Internet and Jobs continues.

With respectful dedication to the Students, Professors and Teachers of the World. See Ya all ''register'' on : wssciw.blogspot.com  and Twitter-!E-WOW! - the Ecosystem 2011:

''' Pride Of performance '''

Good Night and God Bless

SAM Daily Times - the Voice of the Voiceless


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