Page Description Tips: Create a Facebook Page | Facebook Blueprint


Hi everyone. Welcome to Get Started with Facebook. I’m Marika and in this video, I’m giving you some tips about your Page description. Knowing a little bit about a business can help you make an emotional connection. It’s just a short description that helps introduce people to your company and tell them what you do. It’ll show up in search results when people look for you online. It’ll appear right here, below your profile picture. People will see your description in About section of your Page. To add the description, just go to your Page click the About tab, click “Edit.” When you write yours, describe your business in 1-2 sentences to help people understand what value you offer. Think about what makes you unique, what differentiates you from other Pages. Keep it short and sweet! Maybe you own a hair salon that’s especially kid friendly, maybe you’re a clothing boutique for people who like to be well dressed but comfy… whatever you are, this is where you’ll tell people about it. And that’s my lesson on Page descriptions. Next step: go add a description to your Page. Keep watching for more tips on how to make the most of your Facebook Page.

Business Blueprint Success Story   Russell Johansen

Business Blueprint Success Story Russell Johansen


Russell Johansson is my name and I run a company called My Paper Cups what we do is we help large corporates marketing whoever would like to be able to brand their product onto a coffee cup then we help them after that when My Paper Cups started I was doing everything I was handling the sales I was handling the operations I was liaison without production manager I was client management and then organising deliveries I recognised very quickly it was never going to grow while I was the person who’s doing everything we really recognise that our skillset wasn’t where it needed to be in order for these businesses to go where we wanted to put
them and needed them to go to so we were looking for a mentor I’m looking for someone who could really build coaches and guide us as to what are the steps that we need to take we needed them able to say this is what you need to be able to do Here’s the resources here’s the tools for you to be able to put that in place you’d be able to enact that and that’s what really appealed to us with Business Blueprint the systems that they had we want it then we could see anyone who had the experience in building those sort of systems you can and could share that with it and communicate that effectively with us or somebody that you want to be involved with so we’ve now got someone who looks after our entire operation side once we got it all down as well all systems outlined in two weeks she was running our show and it’s fantastic! it was just because what that meant is that it freed up my time to be able to actually focus on building the business as opposed to working in the business month on month we’ve had great growth in both revenue and profit which has been
fantastic but more importantly for me what they’ve been able to do is be able
to transform a business that was just taking over my life and the amount of
hours and work that I had to do and be able to implement the systems that
they’ve been able to guide us and coach us on into something that we now have a
business that we operate and we manage as opposed to it managing our lives
now a lot of it runs without me being involved I love that and that that’s
been a really important part for us just to be able to have someone who has done
that already and being able to show you what you need to put in place in order
to be able to do that that’s that’s invaluable where we are now 12 months
from where we were is it’s phenomenal that the change that is happening in the
business is the change that it has been able to impart on our personal
lives and what we were able to do now that’s been fantastic just been having
access to someone who is that smart and that generous with their time to be able
to bounce ideas off them to be able to get their feedback on things that’s
thing that excellent for us as well

Explore Page Insights: Create Your First Post | Facebook Blueprint

Explore Page Insights: Create Your First Post | Facebook Blueprint


[facebook blueprint] Well, hello there. [Marika Casteel]
In this video, we’re going to talk about metrics. [LEARN HOW TO Use Insights to build your business.]
Reading metrics the right way will help you understand
how successful your business Page is. And that’s really important. Thankfully, Facebook has a tool
that will help you do this. It’s called Insights. Page Insights are most useful
for Pages that have at least 100 likes. If you aren’t there yet,
you can still come along for the ride. Open up your Page.
Let’s hit the highlights of Insights. Click on the Insights tab and follow along while I take a peek at Jasper’s Market’s Insights. In the Overview,
we can see how many likes Jasper’s has every day. Here we can see that Jasper’s has five recent posts. Let’s look at this one. Jasper’s posted about a sale
they were having on German sausage. Yeah, how delish. Here we can see that a lot of people said, “Ja, bitte” or “Yes, please” to this offer. See how many likes the post got. Here under Reach,
we can see the number of people who saw the post. That’s interesting. I wonder what else Jasper’s can learn
from this fascinating fact. In all posts published,
we can see the success of every post from Jasper’s Market. There are columns here for region engagement so we can see who saw the post from Jasper’s
as well as the total of likes, shares, and comments. Now let’s look at positive engagement. Of the five posts from Jasper’s Market, this one about the special
the bakery section was having on fresh from the oven salted
chocolate chip cookies got the most likes. No surprises there. I bet if Jasper started posting more
about warm and delicious baked goods, they could see similar positive engagement
and more customers like me. On the flip side of positive engagement,
there’s poor engagement. This post from Jasper’s
about a Food Show and Tell event didn’t get much love from their community. That’s good for Jasper’s to know. You want to know
if people who see your posts are hiding or reporting them as spam. If too many people report or hide your post, it may negatively impact your reach. Let’s take a look at time of posts. Jasper’s tends to post around lunchtime on weekends. This is good to take a look at
because we can see when an audience is most active. [GET STARTED See what you can learn]
Now it’s time for you to poke around insights [about your business by exploring insights.]
and see what you can learn. What got the most likes and shares? Which posts were more engaging than others? I know that Facebook Insights
will give you insight into your business. There’s more to learn, so keep watching. [facebook.com/blueprint]

Username Tutorial: Create a Facebook Page | Facebook Blueprint

Username Tutorial: Create a Facebook Page | Facebook Blueprint


How do you tell people where to find your business on Facebook? Let’s talk about usernames. Usernames all begin with the “at symbol” and you’ll see them below the profile image on your Page, just below your Page name. Here’s an example: On Jasper’s Market’s Page, you can see their username is @jaspersmarket. Your username doesn’t have to be identical to your Page name, but we recommend it. That way, it’ll be easier for people to find you. People can type in your username when they want to go directly to your Facebook page. So if I want to go to Jasper’s Market, I’ll typefacebook.com slash Jaspersmarket. To add or edit your Page’s username, Click About on the left side of your Page, Click Edit next to your current Page username (if you have one), and Enter a new username. When you choose your username, here are a few things to keep in mind: You can only use letters, numbers, and periods. No special characters like dollar signs, ampersands or exclamation marks. And no generic terms or extensions like .com or .net. Your username has to be at least 5 characters long. Periods and capitalization don’t differentiate usernames. For example, johnsmith55, John.Smith55 and john.smith.55 are all considered the same username. Oh and one last thing: your Usernames shouldn’t impersonate someone else. Because that’s not cool. Or legal. If you haven’t done it yet, go create your Facebook Page username. And keep watching for more tips.

Introducing Firebase Remote Config

Introducing Firebase Remote Config


man: As a lot
of developers know, there’s more
to having an app succeed than just building a great app. You want your app to be dynamic
and responsive by delivering fresh content
to users and quickly reacting
to their changing needs. You want to test out
major decisions to make sure
you’re doing the right thing before you push them
to your entire audience. And, ideally, you want to
provide a tailored experience for each user so your VIPs feel like,
well, VIPs. But let’s be honest;
that can be a lot of work. And if you’re a developer
without a ton of resources, that’s time you’d rather spend
on other things, like building your app. That’s where Firebase
Remote Config comes in. Firebase Remote Config
is a simple key value store that lives in the cloud, but don’t let that simplicity
fool you. Because it lives in the cloud,
it means you’re able to deploy changes
that your app can read within a matter of minutes. For instance, say you’ve just
pushed your app out to the world and you suddenly discover
that your Swedish text contains some
offensive language. How are you supposed to know?
You don’t speak Swedish. I don’t blame you. But fixing that text
the old-fashioned way would mean creating a new build and going through the entire
publishing process again. That’s something
that could take days, which is an awfully long time to have 9.2 million people
cursing your name. But if your app uses
Firebase Remote Config, you could change that text
in the cloud through the Firebase console,
kind of like this. The next time your users
fire up their app, Remote Config will grab
the latest values, update your app’s text,
and just like that, you’ve averted
a major international crisis. Or let’s say
you’ve got a puzzle game and you’re hearing complaints
from your players that level five is too hard. If you’ve configured your app
using Remote Config, you could tweak those settings to give your players
a few more turns and push out that change
to the world. But hang on. Are you sure
that’s the right thing to do? What if the silent majority
of your users actually enjoy the challenge
of a more difficult level and by making it easier,
you’re gonna turn away your most hardcore and potentially highest-paying
customers? How could you test
whether or not this change is a good one? Sounds like you need
an A/B test. That’s where Remote Config’s audience segmentation feature
comes in. This allows you to deliver
different configurations to different groups of users
simultaneously. So you can try out
your new level settings with half your users while keeping the old settings
with the other half. But audience segmentation isn’t just great
for A/B testing. Maybe you’ve got
a feature change that could have a major impact
on your in-app economy. Or maybe you just want
a double-check that some new networking code isn’t going to set your servers
on fire. You can use
Firebase Remote Config to gradually roll out
these changes, trying them first with a small
percentage of your users before pushing them out
to your entire audience. Remote Config can also deliver different configuration sets
to your users based on all sorts
of different factors, from device type or locale to any audience segment
you’ve defined in Firebase Analytics. So you can send out
one welcome message to your New Zealand customers and another
to your Australian ones or only show
your “review this app” button to people who use your app
every day, or you can change
your home screen experience for your customers
who have spent large amounts of money
on in-app purchases so they feel special. Remote Config is backed
by a client library on iOS and Android
that handles important tasks like caching,
dealing with flaky connections, and keeping network requests
lightweight, which is always a good thing. To give Remote Config a try, check out our documentation
here. We can’t wait to see
what you build.

The “BluePrints” Guide Series – War Thunder – War Thunder “Blueprints” Guide – The Heinkel He 112 (Episode 6)

The “BluePrints” Guide Series – War Thunder – War Thunder “Blueprints” Guide – The Heinkel He 112 (Episode 6)


Hello Pilots, welcome back to BluePrints
In this episode: The Heinkel He 112. This Tier 1 German aircraft features 5 different
variants, spread over battle ratings up to 3.0.
The V-5 is the first variant you’ll unlock. This model features a battle rating of 1.3,
an open cockpit, and retractable landing gear. The stock top-speed at 1 Km altitude of 410
Km/h is mediocre, and can be boosted to 435 Km/h. A full upgrade bumps this number up
to 440 Km/h, or 465 Km/h whilst boosting. Speed is not this aircraft’s strength. Climb Rate falls on the low side. Starting
at 1 Km altitude, maintaining a speed of 250 Km/h, you can expect to climb around 11 m/s,
or 18 m/s with WEP. A full upgrade amends this problem somewhat, resulting in a 14 m/s
climb, which can be boosted to 26 m/s. Turn Time isn’t too famous either. At 350
Km/h, a full turn takes around 12.2 seconds. At 250 Km/h, this is increased to 13.6 seconds.
A full upgrade slightly reduces these figures. 11.8 Seconds at 350 Km/h. And 12.5 seconds
at 250 Km/h. Armament consists of two 7.92mm MG 17 machine
guns, carrying a thousand rounds total. Whilst still adequate at its battle rating, the output
of 0.39 Kg/s, combined with the mediocre performance of the aircraft, can make it a challenge to
destroy enemy aircraft. The ammo belts feature the following configuration:
Universal: Armour-piercing Tracer, Armour Piercing, Adjustment Incendiary and Armour-Piercing
Incendiary. Tracers: Armour-Piercing Tracer.
Stealth: Adjustment Incendiary, three Armour-Piercing, Adjustment Incendiary
For best results, the Universal belt is recommended. Next Up, the A-0. The A-0 features a battle
rating of 2.0, and an enclosed cockpit, which boosts top speed to 440 Km/h, 460 Km/h with
the use of WEP. A full upgrade boosts these numbers to 470 Km/h, and 490 Km/h respectively.
This means that the A-0 is one of the faster aircraft at its battle rating.
Climb rate is almost identical to its predecessor. 11 m/s, or 19 m/s with WEP, is one of the
slowest rates compared to its peers. A full upgrade boosts this to 14 m/s, or 25 m/s respectively.
Turn Time is on the slow side. 13.5 seconds at 350 Km/h, and 15.4 Km/h at 250 Km/h. Fully
upgraded, the respective turn times of 12.2 seconds, and 13.1 seconds help the performance
somewhat, but don’t expect to win many dogfights. The A-0 features a single 20mm MG C/30L cannon
mounted in the nose, carrying 150 rounds. This cannon fires rather slowly, achieving
an output of only 0.74 Kg/s. A reload on untrained crew will take 40 seconds.
The Ammo belts are configured as follows: API-T: Armour-Piercing Incendiary Tracer.
HEFI-T: High Explosive Fragmentation Incendiary Tracer.
Universal: High Explosive Fragmentation Incendiary Tracer and Armour-Piercing Incendiary Tracer.
The recommended belt is Universal, as it gives you a bit of flexibility in attacking both
air and ground targets. Next, the B-0.
The B-0 is the third and last free to play variant of the He 112. Featuring a battle
rating of 2.3, the excellent armament of this aircraft makes it a good choice to have. Top speed is the highest of the series, at
460 Km/h or 480 Km/h whilst boosting. It follows the trend of mediocrity. A full upgrade bumps
these figures to 490 Km/h, and 510 Km/h respectively. Climb rate, whilst the best of the series,
is merely mediocre compared to similarly rated aircraft.
13 m/s or 21 m/s with WEP, and 17 m/s or 29 m/s with WEP whilst fully upgraded.
The heavier armament reflects itself negatively on the turn time. 13.8 seconds at 350Km/h,
and 15.3 seconds at 250 Km/h are bad. Upgrading amends this somewhat, with 12.8 seconds and
14.1 seconds respectively. The armament really is this aircraft’s strong
point. Twin 7.92mm MG 17s carrying 1000 rounds total, mounted on the nose, and twin MG FF
20mm cannons carrying 120 rounds total, mounted in the wings, provide an output of 2.56 Kg/s,
one of the highest in it’s tier. The 20mm cannons feature the following belt
choices: Universal: Incendiary Tracer, two Fragmentation
Incendiary Tracer, Armour-Piercing High Explosive. Air Targets: Two Fragmentation Incendiary
Tracer, Armour-Piercing Incendiary, Armour-Piercing High Explosive, Incendiary Tracer.
Tracer: Two Incendiary Tracer, two Fragmentation Incendiary Tracer.
Stealth: Two Armour-Piercing High Explosive, Armour-Piercing Incendiary.
As the name suggests, the best choice for air-to-air combat is the Air Targets belt.
Stick to the Universal or Stealth belt for the MG 17s There are two Premium He 112s you can choose
to buy with golden eagles. The B-1 sits in the German tech tree and will set you back
by 550 Golden Eagles. Armament and performance is identical to the B-0 model, although it
comes with everything unlocked. The only real advantages are the 2x multiplier on Silver
Lions earned, as well as the +112% bonus to Research points, but they are somewhat hampered
by the higher battle rating of 2.7. The final He 112 you can acquire is the A7He1,
in the Japanese tech tree. This aircraft will set you back by 550 Golden Eagles, and is
identical to the German Premium in every aspect, except the higher battle rating of 3.0. This
model is a good intermediate aircraft to have between the Ki-61 and the A6M2. The He 112 is a mediocre aircraft, with a
performance that doesn’t shine in any one aspect. It is a good all-rounder, but requires
substantial knowledge of manoeuvres and enemy aircraft performances to be effective. The
very limited ground attack capabilities force it into a pure fighter role, and only the
B-0 model and up have the armament capable of providing reliable kills.
Adding to the mediocre performance is a rather slow roll rate, which might prove challenging
when pursuing an enemy aircraft in a dogfight. Recommended tactics are to climb away from
the enemy during the first couple minutes of the game to boom and zoom, or to stick
close to your allies. Never engage more than one or two enemies at a time, as you don’t
have the performance to evade most enemies aware of your presence. My name has been MikeGoesBoom, thank you very
much for watching. If you found my content at all helpful, consider dropping a like and
subscribing to my channel for future content. Next episode: TERNKS! Bonus:
It’s been a while, I’ve missed you guys! As I’ve said in a previous Bonus segment,
I’ve finally started University, and I’ve been pretty busy with figuring stuff out the
first few weeks. Here in Portugal we have an academic tradition called “Praxe”,
which is basically boot camp training all year round. We have to sing in chorus, roll
around in the mud, get hit with eggs and do everything our Veterans say until we become
veterans ourselves. You might ask yourself what kind of nutcase would volunteer to that
kind of treatment, but it’s surprisingly entertaining and bonding.
I’ve changed up the format of the series a bit. I’ve cut out the history bits and
kept the numbers on screen to a minimum to facilitate reading. I was originally going
to do a realistic mode review as well, but the amount of data I’d have to research
was just too much to handle. That being said, I might include realistic mode reviews on
aircraft that only have one or two different models. Hmm, I’d like to introduce a Question of
the Week to this segment. What are your opinions on patch 1.43 so far? I’ve enjoyed arcade
tank battles a lot with the air support system, and the overhaul of the replay system helps
us content creators a lot. Furthermore, I can finally do BluePrints episodes on tanks,
now that we have tools to measure armour thickness and module locations. That’s it for this episode, I hope you’ve
enjoyed yourselves. I’ll see you in the next video, bis zum nächsten mal!

Business Blueprint Success Story – Pip Mckay

Business Blueprint Success Story – Pip Mckay


My name is Pip McKay and I have a company called Evolve Now and what I do is I help people find their passion and purpose and how they can live that in their daily life and in their career and in with their relationships well I did Business Blueprint my business was mainly an NLP training business but I didn’t have a framework for how I was going to present that to market I went to the Business Blueprint introductory with Dale Beaumont and I saw it and I went oh wow Oh gosh that’s like the answer to everything and all in one place If I could get my systems sorted out that would free up a lot of time if I could start to be able to advertise through Facebook then I could find the community who’s interested in the type of thing I’m interested in so i went along and I just saw all of these things how to organise my business things like Ontraport or the way that I was going to organise my database. I was able to take to market archetypes by saying I help people discover passion and purpose and people get that again oh yeah I want to discover passion and purpose and that was all through Business Blueprint. Within a year I put 40,000 extra dollars on to my mortgage Within a year I saved and I made like about 10 times more than the cost of the actual of doing it and you know Business Blueprint gives you all the way you’re going to be able to make money from what it is that you love anything you want whether it’s mindset emotions whether it is learning about website, how to market anything that you need to run your passion business it’s there at Business Blueprint, there’s real tangible results that you get from the people who speak at Business Blueprint, from the round table and the expert advice that you get either people who are in the Business Blueprint team and actually be able to speak to them one-on-one and go do i I’ve got this problem what do i do to solve this problem and if they don’t know they’ve got someone else within the community that can help you just immediately and it just takes all that frustration have someone to talk to and ring and you know have the Business Blueprint coach it’s priceless so it’s just unbelievable

4 Things you NEED to know about LOGO🖌- TIPS for Logo Design🔎- REMEMBER this while designing Logo!!

4 Things you NEED to know about LOGO🖌- TIPS for Logo Design🔎- REMEMBER this while designing Logo!!


HELLO everyone Moiz from FoxSquare today we are discussing some tips on how to design a LOGO in today’s video we were talking about four things that I think that you should remember when designing When it comes to logo designing there are a lot of “professionals” doing a lot of things very differently to make awful logos. there are some things to consider when you’re thinking about the logo of your company but non-designers never realized that ended think of company logo of something completely different that it should be. It is the designers job to to give their clients the best Logo possible. Yes! creating the local according to the Client guidelines but also giving him your expert advice how the logo should be after all client is lookign for your design skills not your PEN TOOL skils. So this video is for both the designers and the demand was looking for a logo and who are designing a logo designers to keep in mind when they’re making the videos also for the clients when they are considering to buy a Logo alright let’s get it for the first thing that you should remember while designing a logo is that it should be VECTOR the most important thing about a logo is that is should be VECTOR should be VECTOR. photoshop is not for designing if you use photoshop for local designing *Beep* photoshop is a rester based program the difference between rester and vector is that rester are made up of pixels and vector is made up of shapes. which means that a vector Logo can be scaled to Infinity for a bill board sign. Or descaled to a small favicon to a small satellite but it will lose its quality it’s fine designer chasing you with the photoshop.. RUN! mmm and in case of you run the second thing that you should Second thing consider while making a Logo is that it should be simple. Hmmm what do i mean by “Simple” designing a logo is the hard Job you have to know all about one company and then you have to represented in one simple shape do not think that’s not to put everything that the company does in the Logo just imagine Google or Apple putting up on the tablets and Phones in their logo. it will look awful whether it’s nice swish or mcdonalds M simplicity is the key. the nextt thing that you should remember was designing the local is that it should be sizable. Hmmm what do I mean by it should be resizeable? should be the sizeable ofcourse its vectors that can be resized no it’s not that simple you should be able to recognize the local even if it’s a small as i can for as huge as a billboard if the logo is too busy and has a lot of trips it would be recognizable when you scale it down to keep this in mind while designing a Last but not the least. fourth thing that you should remember when designing a little is that it should look good in black and white. Aswell as colors you’re not thinking you just use your logo only on company door. Do you? that’s the case wrap up your business and go home. you representing your company use the local everything business card and letter heads etc. Everywhere! it’s important that the logo is recognisable when its in black and white as well as colours. There you have remember these four points when you’re designing or demanding for LOGO give this video Superman Thumbs UP if you Like it. have any questions or suggestions leave them in the comment section below and Please SUBSCRIBE to see my videos in your newsfeed and it also motivates me to do More VIDEOS so do it NOW! Till then.. I am Moiz and Design something awesome today.

How I Overcame Imposter Syndrome in 90 Seconds

How I Overcame Imposter Syndrome in 90 Seconds


Catherine, you told me 20 years ago you struggled with heroin addiction. This led you to steal money from your father to feed your addiction, which you described as the lowest point in your life. In 90 seconds, I want to know how you recovered and became the successful entrepreneur you are today. After months of drug rehab and years of 12 step meetings, um, I was really left with, no longer a drug problem but a me problem. And by that I mean I had really low Self-esteem, and didn’t feel that I had much to contribute to the world. And at about 10 years clean, I had an idea for a product and a business that I wanted to start and I decided to just go for it. And even though I had those voices in my head that said, you know, you can’t do this. This is not for you. Um, I decided that I would just take one step towards that and then the next step, and eventually, you know, those steps started to add up to a point where I could look back and go, wow, I never thought I could do that, but I did, but I could never do that. And then I would do that. And, and then on and on, and eventually it was like, you know what? You are doing this. And so what I realized was. That my story of, you know, not being good enough, and this imposter syndrome was a pretty universal story that I felt, um, I could share with the world. Um, and, uh, so I decided to share openly about my drug addiction history on my website, um, and the journey that brought me to where I was to that day. And, um, what that happened, what happened was that it opened up a whole new conversation with. Not just our customers, but perfect strangers and friends and colleagues who didn’t know. And I was able to relate to people on a human level. So what do you hope others take from her story? So what I learned is how I feel doesn’t matter. What matters is what I do. And taking action despite fear and doubt is all that matters. Did I nail it? Wow, that was short. That did not feel like 90 seconds. Good? Thank you.

How to design a logo fast

How to design a logo fast


Have you ever had to design a logo fast? Not
one of those timeless, soul-searching logos for which you need a creative brief, but something
light — maybe for a project or an organization or just to brand an event. Key is, you need
it fast — like, by lunch. Here’s an idea. Set your words, making sure your most important
word is in the center, and make it big. Place guides, and align your words, top and bottom,
to those guides. Then enclose the words you’ve just made in a shape. Fill that shape, and
if it’s a medium value like we have here, go ahead and color your main word a lighter
color, just to create contrast. Embellish with some lines, and just like that, you have
it. Here’s a variation. Start by setting your
words the same as before, and make the same adjustments as before. This time, however,
instead of enclosing all the words in a shape, enclose only your primary word in a rectangle.
Fill it, and embellish it with an outline. Now, draw a circle around the remaining words.
Send the circle to the back, fill it with color, and embellish it with the same outline.
And just like that, you have a handsome logo that can serve as an emblem for your book
club. A final example. You may need to badge an
event. In this case, Hot Pink is having a 5K walk-run to raise cancer awareness. The
problem is that their focal point, 5K, is very short, and so their shape ends up being
a mere rectangle. Go ahead and draw that rectangle, and fill it. Then, work off the angles of
that K, and give it a little skew. And just like that, you have a handsome badge, simply. That’s your design for today. These and hundreds
of other tips are available in print at the Before & After Web site. This is John McWade
at Before & After magazine.