Leapin’ lizards! Britney Spears announced to her followers on Saturday that she had recently broken one of her own personal records — for leaping as high into the air as possible. “I posted my leap over a year ago and had to see if I could go higher… well… I did!!!” the 36-year-old excitedly wrote on social media alongside the impressive photographic proof. Although ever the perfectionist she added, “But I really should take a ballet class.” Spears had previously commented on her leaping abilities in September 2016, telling her followers that she had been “kinda bored” and “wanted to see if I could still do a leap.” “It’s not perfect but not too shabby either ,” she wrote alongside the photo. RELATED VIDEO: Britney Spears Stands on Boyfriend Sam Asghari’s Shoulders Showcasing Her Incredi
COIN is already hard at work on their third album, and with a fanbase who bakes them cakes in appreciation on the daily, there's no reason for them to slow down.
Austrian snowboarder Markus Schairer posted a selfie on Instagram a day after he suffered a broken neck while competing at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea — and assured worried fans that he’s going to be okay. Schairer, 30, experienced a horrifying crash while finishing his run in the men’s snowboardcross event Thursday, which saw him lose control while high in the air and crash land on his back. The accident left the snowboarder unable to move for minutes until he reportedly sat up, strapped on his board and miraculously finished the race while waving to the crowd. He was quickly taken to a local hospital where it was determined he broke the fifth cervical vertebra in his neck. Schairer suffered no long-term neurological damage, but the injury meant his Olympic run was ove
Manchester United’s Marcos Rojo has revealed his personal future targets at the club as he continues his return from his horrific injury. The Argentinian suffered the same terrible injury as Zlatan Ibrahimovic did and whilst he has taken longer to return, he hasn’t suffered any further set-backs as his teammate did. Rojo has been sorely missed of late with some fans wondering why Jose Mourinho hasn’t favoured him over Phil Jones and Chris Smalling. Both players have been scrutinised lately due to their questionable performances and supporters have called for at least one of them to be replaced by the versatile defender. Marcos though was busy discussing his own future rather than focussing on his teammates and opened up about his own personal targets. According to Manche...
Every industry has different priorities on social media. For personal care brands, community building is crucial. The interactive nature of social media serves this need better than conventional media. However, personal care brands need a solid social media strategy to achieve this goal. In this article, we evaluate how successful top personal care brands in North America were in this regard. The brands analyzed here include Always, Angel Soft, Charmin, Cottonelle, Dial, Dollar Shave Club, Gillette, Harry’s, Huggies, Kleenex, Kotex, Method, Softsoap and The Honest Company. Time period: 1st January – 31st May 2017 Facebook Even with the newer networks like Snapchat and Instagram gaining popularity, Facebook is still crucial for brands. Find out how well these personal care brands engaged th
Weeks ago, The Wall Street Journal reported that Trump’s longtime personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, had arranged for a payment of $130,000 to pornographic actress Stephanie Clifford, who goes professionally by the name Stormy Daniels. The money was allegedly meant to keep Clifford quiet about a sexual encounter she and Trump had had in 2006; at […] The post Trump’s Personal Lawyer Says He Was The One Who Paid Stormy Daniels $130K appeared first on Politicus USA.
What does it take to generate huge amounts of engagement on social media in the personal care industry? Join me as I take a look and dissect the social strategy of one highly performing brand in the industry. The Indian social profiles of the following 19 personal care brands were analyzed: Avon, Benefit Cosmetics, Clinique, Dove, Durex, Forest Essentials, Gillette, Johnson’s Baby, L’Oreal, Neutrogena, Nivea, Olay, Oriflame, Pantene, Ponds, Revlon, Sephora, The Body Shop, Wella. Does My Audience Look Big in This? Let’s begin with the basics. Often dismissed as a vanity metric and the proverbial “mine is bigger than yours” argument, I do believe that audience size has a place in social analytics. The free lunch for brands is mostly over and now social is an essential paid media