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Are We Decentralized Yet?

A VC - April 16, 2018 - 4:17am

My friend Chris Burniske told me about this site last week and then tweeted about it last night:

So the answer to the question posed by the name of the website is “not really.”

But that doesn’t mean we won’t be someday.

This chart also shows the issues with highly valued chains like Ripple, Stellar, and NEO.

These chains offer some things, but certainly not decentralized consensus.

It is still very early days in the development of decentralized consensus systems and there is a lot more work to do.


Albert Wenger — April 23, 2018
World After Capital: Laying a Foundation (Needs)

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Time And Money

A VC - April 15, 2018 - 6:00am

One of the least discussed aspects of investing in startups is the value of the time commitment one makes to a company they invest in.

The money part is pretty simple; you invest capital into a business and get an equity participation in the upside. Both sides of that deal can analyze that transaction and understand it fairly well. Of course neither side knows what the ultimate payoff will be, but one can handicap it.

The time piece of the transaction is way more complicated.


1/ The founder doesn’t know if they will actually get the investor to deliver on the promises made to add value and spend a lot of time on the investment. A founder can reference an investor and get a better sense of this but there is nothing written into an investment agreement that binds either party to make a specific time commitment to an investment.

2/ An investor doesn’t know for how long they may need to contribute to an investment. Will it be three years, five years or fifteen years?

3/ A founder doesn’t know how much of their time they will have to spend managing their investor group. Will the group be invasive and annoying or will it be value adding and helpful, or both?

4/ An investor doesn’t know if they will have to shore up a weak team with a ton of day to day support or if the team will be largely self sufficient and only need occasional advice and counsel.

I could continue with these examples but I think you get the idea.

Time is a valuable resource for all parties and it should be a factor that both sides include in the deal making analysis. But it often is not.

A good example of where it is explicitly considered is a late stage financing where a company specifically seeks out “passive capital.” In that scenario, both sides are choosing to largely remove the time equation from the investment analysis and simply treat the deal as an exchange of capital for equity. That is clean and simple and well understood.

Contrast that with a hotly contested seed transaction where a founder has demand for 5x what they want to raise. Every investor is promising to add value to get into the deal. The founder has to assign some value to the time each investor will contribute along with capital but has very little information to do so. The truth about these situations is a few seed investors will massively over deliver and the rest will massively dissapoint.

As an early stage VC who typically invests at the seed and Series A stage, I feel that the time piece of the equation in our deal making is the hardest part to get right. We should price our time into the investment math. We should pay a premium valuation for an investment that will require less time from us. And we should get a discount for an investment that will require a lot of our time.

We do consciously think about this in our deal making but we don’t have a crystal ball and we get this part wrong a lot. I have spent huge investments of time on situations that have not moved the needle for us and likely won’t. And I have been involved in companies that have delivered fantastic returns to us and our partners with very little effort on our part.

If one has time to evaluate the time commitment issue as part of an investment process, it becomes a bit easier for both sides to get this right. A rushed financing makes it harder and can lead to miscalculations on both sides.

Like everything in business (and life), you learn about this by getting it wrong. Founders and investors with a lot of experience understand the importance of this and factor time heavily into their investment decision making. And that leads to a healthier dynamic for everyone.


Albert Wenger — April 23, 2018
World After Capital: Laying a Foundation (Needs)

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Video Of The Week: Filecoin

A VC - April 14, 2018 - 6:11am

One of the crypto projects I am most excited about is Filecoin, which comes from USV portfolio company Protocol Labs, which also produced the popular hypermedia protocol IPFS.

In this talk, from the Blockstack Berlin conference last month, Protocol Labs founder/CEO Juan Benet talks about Filecoin, why they are building it, and how it will work.

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Funding Friday: Adorned By Chi

A VC - April 13, 2018 - 7:40am

Jacqueline got me about five seconds into the video with this line “a lifestyle brand for nerds that is dipped in super girly magical girl aesthetics.”

Anything that breaks down the societal norms that girls can’t be nerds is right in my wheelhouse and I backed this project with excitement.


Albert Wenger — April 20, 2018
An Alternative to Mandatory APIs: Let Me “Hack Myself”

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AVC Downtime

A VC - April 12, 2018 - 5:05am

For much of yesterday if you came to AVC, you were greeted with this message:

Long time AVC readers have seen this before and it is a sign that something is awry on the shared server that I run WordPress on at Bluehost.

A number of regular readers reached out offering to help me move to a static platform and I will likely take them up on that.

Until then I can only apologize for the availability issues yesterday.


Albert Wenger — April 20, 2018
An Alternative to Mandatory APIs: Let Me “Hack Myself”

Zach Goldstein — April 20, 2018

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A VC - April 11, 2018 - 5:29am

A friend asked me at breakfast this week “what gets you excited in crypto these days?”

I answered “Dapps.”

If the second half of 2016 and all of 2017 was about raising capital to fund development efforts (and speculating on all of that), then it sure feels like 2018 is the year we start getting decentralized applications (Dapps) we can use.

Our portfolio company Blockstack offers a decentralized platform that developers can build Dapps on.

I have Blockstack’s web client running in Safari on my home desktop and here is a screenshot of some of the Dapps I can run in that environment:

A cool thing about Blockstack is that identity is built into the platform so I am already a user and have a profile in every one of these Dapps because I have a Blockstack identity/profile.

Another ecosystem that is really taking off right now are Ethereum based Dapps.

I use our portfolio company Coinbase‘s Toshi Dapp Browser to access them. Toshi is available on both iOS and Android.

When you launch Toshi, you can put some ETH into it. Toshi has a user-controlled ETH wallet inside of the browser.

When I open the Toshi browser on my phone, I see a bunch of Dapps I can use:

I like the Twitter-like app called Peepeth, which looks like this inside of Toshi:

But there are hundreds of Ethereum Dapps you can discover and use inside of Toshi.

You do need some ETH to power these apps so if you want to play around with Ethereum Dapps, load up your Dapp browser with ETH before you go.

The bottom line for me is that we are finally seeing some useful decentralized applications being built for consumers on these blockchains.

Right as the market for capital raising and speculating on crypto cools off.

As it always is.


Albert Wenger — April 20, 2018
An Alternative to Mandatory APIs: Let Me “Hack Myself”

Zach Goldstein — April 20, 2018

Albert Wenger — April 18, 2018
Shapeways Expands Services for Creators

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Expectation and Disappointment

A VC - April 10, 2018 - 4:59am

I woke up this morning thinking about disappointment.

My daughter and I went to the final Knicks home game of the season last night, a loss to the Cavs. One of 53 we have endured this season.

The season had started off with expectations of better times. Melo was gone. KP was emerging as one of the best young players in the NBA.

And yet we end the season with less wins and more losses than last year. And it wasn’t because of letting Melo go.

But this post is not about the Knicks.

It is about disappointment.

Life is full of disappointment.

Many things don’t work out the way we hope or plan.

Investments don’t pan out.

People we are excited about don’t live up to our expectations.

A film we are excited to see turns out to be awful.

There are big and material disappointments that can set us back for years or longer.

And there are little ones, like the terrible Knicks, that we should be able to shake off in a good night of sleep.

I think this Knicks thing will take me a few nights to be honest.

It is often tempting to become cynical and lower our expectations to protect us from the pain of disappointment.

But I don’t think we should do that.

I think it is human to hope and expect.

And it is human to feel the pains of disappointment.

We just need to shake them off, get out of bed with a jump in our step, and move forward.

And find something new to get excited about.

And start the cycle all over again.


Albert Wenger — April 18, 2018
Shapeways Expands Services for Creators

Albert Wenger — April 18, 2018
Uncertainty Wednesday: The Problem with P-Values (Learning)

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Pitch Deck Alternatives

A VC - April 9, 2018 - 6:31am

I was going through my email this morning and opening pitch decks, skimming them, and responding to indicate if they are a fit with our thesis and of interest to me and my colleagues at USV.

Everyone who works in VC or does angel investing does this daily. I probably open and skim 10-20 pitch decks a day and sometimes a lot more.

So on the way to yoga, after making a dent in my inbox, I was thinking if there was an alternative to pitch decks that would be as efficient at communicating the idea (pitch decks really are great at this) that would serve the entrepreneur as well.

I came up with three ideas in my seven minute walk to the gym:

1/ Record a short video (less than three minutes) in which you communicate who you are (or who the team is), what the idea is, and why you are doing it. Post it to Vimeo behind a password and share it via email. We use a technique like this in our analyst interview process and you can convey a lot of information this way but, importantly, you can also communicate who you are and why you are doing it.

2/ Have a friend or colleague interview you in podcast format. Keep it to three to five minutes max. Then post it to a streaming platform like SoundCloud behind a password and share it via email. I like the interview format a lot. It allows you to script the Q&A but provide a lot of personality in the answers.

3/ Write a letter, like the letters some founders and CEOs put at the start of their IPO filings, that explains your vision and why you are doing this. A well written letter can be an incredible sales tool.

The key is finding a format that suits you and that you are comfortable with. The pitch deck is efficient and powerful but everyone uses it and it does not allow you to stand out and be noticed in a sea of pitch decks.

Whatever you do, keep it short. If someone is going through 10-20 pitches every morning in their email routine, you have to get your story across simply and crisply or it won’t get the attention it deserves.

Finally, please don’t punish my good deed of sharing these ideas by flooding my inbox with videos, podcasts, and letters this week. I have a very busy week and am already behind before the week gets started.

And don’t take this blog post as a message to stop sending me pitch decks and replace with one of these alternatives. Pitch decks work fine for me. I like them.

I’m just staying that you can and should be creative and play to your strengths when pitching your company. You have to get noticed somehow.


Albert Wenger — April 18, 2018
Uncertainty Wednesday: The Problem with P-Values (Learning)

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Voice Assistants Six+ Years In

A VC - April 8, 2018 - 7:33am

We have many voice assistants in our lives.

I have Google Assistant on my phone. It is great.

The Gotham Gal has Siri on her phone. It is OK.

We have Amazon Alexa and Google Home in our apartment.

We have Siri on our AppleTV/Siri Remote.

We can talk to our car.

But the honest truth is we rarely use any of them.

The one we use most is the Siri Remote when using AppleTV because it is by far the best way to control that device.

It is not an issue of the quality of the voice recognition on these services. It is great.

It is a question of the relatively weak utility of the experience relative to alternatives combined with not building the muscle memory to use voice assistants more.

I was walking home from the gym this morning and was wondering if we are typical.

So I just ran this Twitter poll:

Do you regularly use a voice assistant in your life?:

— Fred Wilson (@fredwilson) April 8, 2018

Twitter polls only allow for four options so this is far from scientific and also suffers from the bias inherent in my Twitter followership.

But almost 500 replies in, over 60% replied no.

About 20% say they use a voice assistant regularly in their home.

And about 10% say they use a voice assistant on their phone.

I’m happy to learn that we are not in the luddite category when it comes to voice assistants.

More like the mainstream.

But certainly not in the early adopter cohort which is not small.

It does make me wonder how many of those Alexas and Google Homes are sitting around collecting dust.


Bethany Marz Crystal — April 16, 2018
Venture Capitalists, circa 2032

Albert Wenger — April 16, 2018
World After Capital: Laying a Foundation (Scarcity)

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Video Of The Week: Is Privacy A Value Or A Strategy?

A VC - April 7, 2018 - 6:37am

In this talk that he gave at the Blockstack Berlin conference last month, my partner Albert argues that privacy is a strategy and not a core value in the information age.

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Funding Friday: NYC Says Enough Rally

A VC - April 6, 2018 - 8:13am

A group of high school students in NYC are doing a gun safety rally in Washington Square Park on April 20th and are funding the rally on our portfolio company, GoFundMe.

The campaign is called NYC Says Enough and you can back it here.

I don’t know these students, but one of them reached out to me via email and I asked him a bunch of questions which he answered to my satisfaction.

So I backed the project this morning and am now sharing it with all of you.

I am closing comments today because I don’t want this post to turn into an acrimonious gun safety debate.

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A VC - April 5, 2018 - 3:44am

It’s been a busy week on the USV news front. On Tuesday we rolled out our new thesis and yesterday we announced our latest investment, ShopShops.

I was talking to a young woman this week who we are interviewing for our two-year analyst program. I asked her why she was interested in working at USV.

She told me she liked that we posted our investment memos on our blog so that everyone knows why we made the investment, how it fits with our thesis, and why we are excited about it.

That is something we have been doing since the early days and is core to how we approach investing at USV.

You can go back and look at what we were thinking when we invested in Twitter, Twilio, Cloudflare, Coinbase, and pretty much any USV investment.

We don’t write investment memos for the files at USV, something I used to do at earlier VC firms I worked at. We just write them to the world. It puts our thinking out there and it stays there in perpetuity.

So yesterday Rebecca did that for our newest investment, ShopShops.

I like to think of ShopShops as what QVC would be in a global decentralized world where everything is live streamed on our phones.

This graphic from their website explains how it works:

Basically, hosts go into stores and livestream shopping experiences to viewers all over the world who can buy from stores they aren’t able to shop in.

This is a screenshot of ShopShops founder Liyia Wu doing a shopping event for viewers in China.

Time will tell if our investment in ShopShops lives up to everything we are expecting from it.

But I am excited by this idea, this founder, and this investment and I am thrilled we made it and told the world why.


Albert Wenger — April 13, 2018
Whither Facebook Regulation?

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AirPod Android Music Volume Issue

A VC - April 4, 2018 - 7:21am

I use Bose QuietComfort 35 headphones when I’m on my desktop and laptop but I prefer the Apple AirPods when I am on my phone. They are small, light, and fit well in my ear.

But I’ve had this nagging issue with the volume on my AirPods when I stream music on my phone (SoundCloud, AppleMusic, YouTube, etc).

The volume from all of those apps is super low when you use AirPods on Android.

I wasn’t walking much in LA, mostly driving with my phone bluetooth’d to my car, and this issue didn’t affect me much.

But since I’ve been back in NYC and walking a lot again, it came back with a vengeance.

So I finally figured out how to fix it, by simply googling and finding this Reddit post.

Here is how you fix it:

1/ Go to the settings app on your Android phone, scroll down to System, scroll down to the bottom and click on “Build Number” seven times. That makes you a developer on Android, always a good thing in my book.

2/ Now when you click on the Settings app, and select System, you will see “Developer Options”

3/ Scroll down to the Networking settings in the Developer Options and turn on “Disable Absolute Volume”

Now you can listen to music and video on your Android with your AirPods at whatever volume you want.

Problem fixed.

I love the Internet and geek stuff like this.


Albert Wenger — April 13, 2018
Whither Facebook Regulation?

Nick Grossman — April 12, 2018

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USV Thesis 3.0

A VC - April 3, 2018 - 8:29am

At USV, we are thesis-driven investors. We state clearly and concisely what we want to invest in and, implicitly, decide not to invest in anything else. That is a good thing because, as our partner Rebecca wrote in this post:

The commitment to a thesis is part of the fiber of USV–a shared set of ideas creates a framework that allows us to operate with focus and work on what matters most

Today we are publishing, and committing ourselves to, version 3.0 of our thesis:

USV backs trusted brands that broaden access to knowledge, capital, and well-being by leveraging networks, platforms, and protocols.

But this is actually the fourth USV thesis.

When we started USV, Brad and I committed this to our investors (before this was tweetable):

At USV, we will invest in the applications layer of the Internet.

That was an acknowledgment that, in 2003, we had moved beyond what Carlota Perez calls the installation phase and had reached the deployment phase.

But we quickly realized that the applications layer thesis was too big and we needed to narrow our focus. So in 2006/2007, we started focusing exclusively on networks that were quickly amassing large users bases on the web. That was eventually articulated by our partner Brad in this tweet:

USV in 140 characters: invest in large networks of engaged users, differentiated by user experience, and defensible though network effects

— Brad Burnham (@BradUSV) June 8, 2011

By 2013, we knew that the network thesis was long in the tooth and had started adjusting to that fact. We had gotten interested in the blockchain sector in 2011 and had also started building large portfolios in fintech, education, and health care. Our partner Andy finally forced the issue and we went public with what he called “Thesis 2.0” but was actually the third revision.

As the market matures, we look for less obvious network effects,
infrastructure for the new economy, and enablers of open decentralized

— Andy Weissman (@aweissman) December 15, 2015

And now we find ourselves again iterating slightly on what we are focused on. And so we turned to the newest member of our partnership, Rebecca, to explain it to the world.

The @usv thesis in its new 3.0 version (but still less than 140 characters) to reflect our current focus: USV backs trusted brands that broaden access to knowledge, capital, and well-being by leveraging networks, platforms, and protocols. More on why here: https://t.co/ogKFH4DUNZ

— Rebecca Kaden (@rebeccak46) April 3, 2018

One of the things I like most about Thesis 3.0 is that is a modest adjustment to where we have been with our prior efforts, but we have tightened things up and added a few nuances. Like the prior iterations of our thesis, we have already been investing behind this thesis and you can see elements of it here and elsewhere in our recent investing activity. Notably, the words blockchain and crypto are nowhere to be found in thesis 3.0 but it leads us inexorably there.


Nick Grossman — April 12, 2018

Albert Wenger — April 11, 2018
Uncertainty Wednesday: The Problem with P-Values (Generating Hypotheses)

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A VC - April 2, 2018 - 4:15am

Our portfolio company Cloudflare announced a consumer DNS service (a resolver) yesterday.

It was not an April Fools stunt.

If you want to use the Internet’s fastest, privacy-first consumer DNS service, then head over to and click the install button.

What you will do is adjust your computer’s settings to change the DNS servers your computer uses to resolve DNS queries (what server address is google.com?).

Here are some mantras from the web page:

Unfortunately, by default, DNS is usually slow and insecure. Your ISP, and anyone else listening in on the Internet, can see every site you visit and every app you use — even if their content is encrypted. Creepily, some DNS providers sell data about your Internet activity or use it target you with ads.

We think that’s gross. If you do too, now there’s an alternative:


We will never log your IP address (the way other companies identify you). And we’re not just saying that. We’ve retained KPMG to audit our systems annually to ensure that we’re doing what we say.

Frankly, we don’t want to know what you do on the Internet—it’s none of our business—and we’ve taken the technical steps to ensure we can’t.


We’ve built to be the Internet’s fastest DNS directory. Don’t take our word for it. The independent DNS monitor DNSPerf ranks the fastest DNS service in the world.

Since nearly everything you do on the Internet starts with a DNS request, choosing the fastest DNS directory across all your devices will accelerate almost everything you do online.

So if you want speed and privacy, install and you will get both.


Albert Wenger — April 11, 2018
Uncertainty Wednesday: The Problem with P-Values (Generating Hypotheses)

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Best Anonymous VPN Will Help You Hide Online

nuance intelligence - November 23, 2015 - 1:53pm

You have probably gotten used to the general visibility and exposure of the internet world. You communicate freely with your friends on social media, research on current events and important items that you come across. People you don’t know may even have approached you with a post or inquiry. Certainly, being in the “public eye” has its advantages.

The Need for Invisibility

best secret vpn

Sometimes, there are certain aspects of your life, or your work that needs some sort of invisibility cloak. Take for instance, launching a personal blog or website. While preparations are ongoing, you focus on ensuring that your products and services remain hidden for public view – after all, this is part of your marketing program to come out with a bang. Online viewers are more likely to appreciate something that just popped out of nowhere, than view bits and pieces before the full unveiling.

You can be a game developer, and pooling general and technical data needs to be something that must be kept under wraps, until the appointed time wherein you can show the whole internet world about what you have created. You can be a business owner or an employee, and needs a secure connection in order to access company data over the public internet.

Read more useful info about vpn for anonymity on the below URLs Too:


Going incognito in the public eye

This is where virtual network services come in. A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is your own unique pathway in order to achieve invisibility and secure your details while working online. It is an application or service that helps provide you with a cloak to put on your activities while using the internet. VPN provides a user with a unique IP address that can help dissuade traces, and ensures that you remain invisible to the other internet users when dealing with important or sensitive data.

With the advantages of the internet, there are still times that what you are doing does not need to be under public scrutiny. It can be to protect an online study, or in the downloading and uploading of personal and sensitive company information.

An anonymity vpn benefit is an application that you need to include in your dossier of online tools. A networking vpn is designed to provide you with the invisibility that you need in order to secure your details. The best of vpn utility are easily accessed and found on the internet. Several types and applications are available – those that are used in a professional capacity and focuses on security, and those that provide best virtual secured network services for torrenting and transmitting of data.…

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Evaluating the Right Chef And Step Into This Article To Hire Personal Chef

nuance intelligence - October 22, 2015 - 7:54am

Hiring the right personal chef is a big challenge to all people, especially that there is a lot of them that they can find in the market. Most of the personal chefs that you can hire may have their own skills for you to know and consider for your needs and preferences.

Hire Personal Chef  At  www.ANGIESSECRETGARDEN.com– there are some things that you have to check to have assurances on the services that they will provide to you. In this article, you will be guided on the things you have to consider when you hire a chef in your own home.

choose the best cook

A Quick Checklist

In order for you to know the things that you have to check on the personal chef that you will hire, there is a quick checklist that you can follow. Check the rundown below to have a better idea:

check list to pick the right personal chef

Long Term Experience – before you hire a chef for a dinner party, you have to check first if he has enough experience in this field. This is really important as you would not want to hire someone that does not have any idea on the things that he has to do for you.

Knowledge in Food Safety and Sanity – food poisoning is starting to become really common in the market right now and it is the last thing you want to experience. So, make sure that the personal chefs you will hire do know how to keep the food safe and clean.

Flexible Time and Schedule – there should also be a very flexible time and schedule from the chef especially if you will need their services during the weekends or even during the holiday season.

Can Cook Any Kind of Food – there are times that you would like to ask the chef to cook the food you are craving for and with that, you have to make sure that he do know how cook any kind of food especially your favorite ones.

Prepare Meals on Time – the chef should also need to prepare the meals on time. This is really important, especially if you will hire them for special occasions wherein there will be guests that you do not want to experience delays with the foods.

If this article helps you out in evaluating and finding the right personal chef for you, then we would be glad to hear your story. Please let us know about it and leave your message in our comment box below.…

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Top 10 Places to Visit in the World for Beach Lovers

nuance intelligence - October 21, 2015 - 4:31am

Are you thinking where could be the best beach for you to visit? We provided a list of the UpandNet.Com top 10 places to visit in the world that are all meant for beach lovers like you. Check it out and know what you are looking for.

top 10 places

  • Seychelles

The color pale pink sands of the Anse Source d’Argent is really the most common reason why many beach lovers would like to visit and go in this place. One should not miss the chance of enjoying the beauty of it.

  • Maldives

Whether you want to spend most of your day with the fishes or just go and do some water activities, the Maldives could be the one you are looking for. Almost every part of the place shouts for eternal beauty that is being appreciated by many tourists around the world.

  • Bora Bora

The place is considered to be a magical island and it could be the best place for most couples because of the intimate hotels, isolated beaches and total quiet atmosphere that could give you peace and love at the same time.

  • The Hamptons

We all know that New York City is one of the most modern cities in the world and with the Hamptons you can surely enjoy the prettiest beaches along the Long Island with the unspoiled and well preserved shoreline as well.

  • Lanikai Beach

There are a lot of palm trees swaying along the white beach, the sparkling sand, the endless sunshine and the lush tropical plants which makes the Lanikai Beach to be part of the top places to go in the world.

  • Nantucket Island

The waters in the area are extremely calm and there are a lot of sands that you can use for castle building and sunbathing!
Fraser Island

This is part of the world’s heritage that you should really check out and visit.

  • St. Bart’s

The place totally stands out because of the relaxation that you can have from it.

  • Langkawi

As translated, this is the land of one’s wishes and it is a reputed refuge for the pirates which could be perfect for all travelers looking for escape.

  • Kauna’oa Bay

The perfect blue ocean and white sand waits for all beach lovers in the Kauna’oa Bay!

Do you agree with our list? Do you have some suggestions? Don’t hesitate to share it with us.…

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Fashion Guest Post Blogs How to Find the Right Website Read to Learn More

nuance intelligence - October 20, 2015 - 8:47am

taking guest post on your fashion blog siteWhen it comes to looking for the best cheap guest posting service, it would take a pretty good amount of research to succeed. However, it is possible and that is for sure. Good thing, this is possible to be undertaken these days because there are posting services which are natural in nature. They can provide the needed help in here. What can be expected from the service anyway? For sure, upon checking for the said service provider, authoritative blogs will surely be enjoyed. The links from the mentioned can be interesting enough. They are only produced by experts.

Buying Guest Posts

There are tons of considerations when it comes to those who want to buy fashion guest post. This should be realized prior to engaging with anyone. High quality service should always be the goal. Natural guest posting services are meant to promote the website to more clients. This has to be achieved. Google turned out be ruthless and for those who want to protect their website from the wrath and faith of Google Penguin, and then link profile has to be strengthened for whatever it’s worth. Private networks are rarely encouraged though.

The use of black-hat SEO tactics is not acceptable. The idea is always to adopt natural approach. With the best research, blog posting services can be enjoyed. That is for sure! It is not impossible considering the fact that there are always authority websites.

As what has been said over and over, it will help a lot to conduct a research. This is always the answer for – the best fashion guest posting site for you. Selecting the best option is always available for tons of digital business owners around the place.

The same is also true for marketing agencies almost available for everyone. The experts in the industry will definitely be able to work on this. This is for sure! Experts in the industry will always come to a scale of high-grade and quality creation. This should be an effective way to reach and then make use of a powerful link building later on.

Nothing will be safer than going for agencies which have been working on high standards ever since. Learning about this is feasible by reading reviews and the like. Paying a meticulous attention to details and even to client service should be the answer too.

Enjoying weekly reporting must be undertaken. This is going to support responses as time goes by. That is for sure! Take note of this!…

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Buy Targeted Traffic To Benefits When Having a Business Online

nuance intelligence - October 17, 2015 - 12:18pm

buy targeted traffic to get more website visitors

Online marketing can be the best way for you to start a business. If you will compare the way people put up a business before on how people do it these days, for sure you would be more favorable having a business online. It doesn’t matter if you are rich or poor because as long as you are determined to manage an online business and share what you have to people then starting an online business will always be possible.

If you are planning to take your chance succeeding online, then you have to learn first how to establish your online presence. This is when web traffic is needed in order for you to make a sale.

Though you can try using social media just like what I did, it would be better for you to go for an assured way. So to help you out you can buy quality website traffic online in order for you to save time, effort, and money,

For people who are having doubts whether to invest their money in an online business, I will share these benefits for you to realize how it can be advantageous to your finances if you can successfully make remarkable sales.

Reasons of Why You Have to Try Marketing Online

1. You don’t need to come up with a large amount of budget to get started.
2. You have the control with your time. This is why even if you are employed or have to deal with other tasks it is still possible for you to have a business online.
3. You can manage your business anywhere you are as long as you have a device and an internet connection to go online.
4. You can experience a constant amount of profits without exerting much effort or hiring employees.

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Read More: Best website for buying targeted traffic, it would be easier for your website to appear in search engine results despite of having lots of competitors. You have to look for a reputable provider that can guarantee you quality services. You can avail cheap website traffic that will suit your budget. As long as you find the service effective to your website then you can start applying it.

It is also of a great advantage if you know something about web traffic analysis. This will give you an idea if your website is improving or not. There are various tools that can help you check the traffic that your website receives. If ever that you have an idea about the best tool that people can use to monitor web traffic then you can leave your comments.

You can also share useful tips to boost up website traffic easily.…

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