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Sunday, 25 November 2018

Top 4 Mistakes of Choosing Prom Dress

Mermaid prom dresses | Top 4 Mistakes of Choosing Prom Dress-  Are you the laid back one who takes forever to do a work or even something like taking a decision on something? Then, it is a problem, especially if the decision is something as simple yet significant as deciding on your prom look. Prom will come once a year and is definitely one of the most important moments of a teenager’s life. So, if you mess it up, it is not coming again.
There are various kinds of goof-ups that can happen if you are lazy and go last minute shopping for the prom. Forget the title of the prom queen, you might not even be able to make a decent appearance on the big night. So, never ever buy a dress at the heat of the moment, impulsively, in less than 4 minutes because you are going to regret it for sure.

Sunday, 18 November 2018

Latest update in WhatsApp- Ads

Latest update in WhatsApp- Ads
Due to popularity in the stories features, many social media platforms have been adding these features. Users are heavily invested into this feature, not just the normal users, advertisers are big fans of this feature. It allows the advertisers to easily allow them to create their advertisement campaigns using third party tools and running the campaign on the top social media platforms which can be Facebook, Snap Chat, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter.
All these top social media platforms are used to advertise different brands and businesses. Facebook now allows the advertisers to add different advertisement campaigns on the WhatsApp platform. WhatsApp is also a top communication tool which has a story feature like the other Facebook-owned social media platforms.
Advertisement Agencies are heavily investing in these features. It is the main communication tool being used to have an interaction between the brand, advertiser and the consumers.

Paid Guest Blogging

What is coming up next - Paid guest Blogging
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A backlink is a link on some other site pointing to your website or blog. If that website has good rank or traffic then the link is called quality backlink. And you should work only for quality backlinks, otherwise, you will waste both your time and money.
Free traffic or Backlinks work on these-

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Paid Guest Blogging
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  2. Buy space for your link on already popular blogs
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What if you go for Free Guest Blogging?

No problem with that too, there are some blogs where you can write free guest posting. You can approach them professionally and they will allow you guest posting.
The only problem with this is that it will take more time. It is because Free Posting on another site might give you backlinks but they may not be of good quality. Right?
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Friday, 3 August 2018

2019 Honda HR-V gets new look, new safety systems

Honda's diminutive HR-V crossover is entering its third model year, which means it's right about time for the automaker to inject it with some new kit.
Honda announced that the 2019 HR-V will carry more than a few changes. Previously available in three trims -- LX, EX and EX-L Navi -- the 2019 HR-V will now be offered with both Sport and Touring trims. There are a few related tweaks to the style, namely a set of LED headlights that are likely reserved for one or both new trims. Honda also added variable-ratio electric power steering and a few more pieces of sound deadening material, in addition to tweaks to its CVT and its all-wheel-drive system.
Inside, the biggest update is a new Display Audio touchscreen infotainment system that includes both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It's unclear if this is the new version of the infotainment system that was first seen on the 2018 Accord and Odyssey, and Honda told me it won't say anything more on the topic until a later time, which is weird. But no matter what version it is, it has a volume knob, which is nice.
The biggest news with the 2019 HR-V, though, is the addition of Honda Sensing. Available on EX trims and up, Honda Sensing is the automaker's suite of active and passive safety systems that includes forward collision warning, autobrake, lane keep assist and adaptive cruise control. This extends Honda Sensing to every Honda model in the lineup and pushes the automaker closer to its goal of having it as standard equipment on every single Honda in the US by 2022.
There are still plenty of things we don't know about the new HR-V, like what each new trim actually entails, but Honda promised more information (and pricing) before it goes on sale on July 24.
Honda's latest infotainment system is far and away its best.

2018 Hyundai Kona reviews

Latest Hyundai Kona and its tech Reviews: Price $20,000

Are you looking for new car? 

THE GOODThe Kona has serious get-up-and-go with the turbo engine, and you can get a metric tonne of great features for under $30,000.
THE BADIt looks like one car birthing another, and it's pretty low on cargo space.
THE BOTTOM LINEIf you can dig the Kona's looks, I guarantee you'll dig the whole package.
here aren't many automakers out there willing to embrace the truly weird. Nissan did it with the Juke, but now that cute ute is heading off into the sunset. It's time for someone else to step in and assume that weird-but-lovable role. Enter the Hyundai Kona.
The Hyundai Kona looks odd, but that weirdness is only skin deep. Underneath, it has great features at a great price, and it's pretty great to drive, too. Hyundai's usual bag of tricks helps vault this car to the top of its segment in short order.

Beauty is subjective

The Kona's exterior is a hot mess, but one with a purpose. The Kona is just unusual enough to turn a head and have a random person quip, "What is that thing?" Sometimes, that's all it takes to start a person down a path to ownership.
Hyundai's newcomer packs some pretty aggressive angles, but my eyes keep landing at certain spots. Split headlights are nothing new -- the Jeep Cherokee comes to mind -- but Hyundai wraps the lower lights in gray cladding that makes the fascia look like it's trying to spawn another car. It's busy, but I like it. The back is messier, with most of the functional lights hanging out well below the beltline. There's also one of those "floating" D-pillars that seemingly every automaker is apparently determined to add to at least one car in their lineup.
But once you open a door, the weirdness disappears. The interior is pretty traditional, with sensibly located (and easy to operate) vents, comfortable seats and plenty of physical switchgear. I like that my Ultimate-trim tester comes with just the right amount of lime-green trim and stitching, bringing some of that exterior eccentricity inward. The front seats are plenty spacious, but the rear surprises me with enough space for a 6-foot-tall passenger to sit behind a 6-foot-tall driver without rubbing knees against seatbacks or heads against headliner.
The biggest problem with the Kona is its cargo space. Simply put, 19 cubic feet is lacking -- in its segment, only the Mazda CX-3 has less cargo space, and that car is about the size of my shoe. It doesn't get any better when you fold the rear seats flat, either.
You might dig the way this Kona Ultimate looks, but lesser trims aren't nearly as interesting to behold.
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Scoot-scoot riot

The Kona's bottom two trims make do with a 2.0-liter, naturally aspirated I4 putting out an ample-enough 147 horsepower and 132 pound-feet of torque. But my tester sports the optional 1.6-liter turbocharged engine with 175 hp and 195 pound-feet. In conjunction with its optional all-wheel drive, this thing scoots. It's way more fun to drive around town or on the highway than almost anything else in this segment.
My only handling complaint is that it takes a surprising amount of effort to keep the Kona centered in its lane. That said, I find the steering on the pleasantly heavy side, and both throttle and brake are nicely weighted and easy to modulate.
Cheaper cars tend to have issues handling bad roads, but the Kona's suspension does a commendable job across Michigan's Martian landscape, conveying very little jostling into the cabin. But what it lacks in harshness, it more than makes up for in noise. Wind noise easily sneaks into the cabin, as does additional clamor from its 235/45R18 all-season tires. Turning up the stereo helps, but it doesn't eliminate the problem.
Thankfully, the Kona once again redeems itself with fuel economy. The EPA says the 1.6-liter, AWD Kona will achieve 26 mpg city and 29 mpg highway. I'm right about on par with city economy, but once I hit the highway, I see numbers in excess of 30 mpg with little conscious effort.

10 pounds of features in a 5-pound sack

Hyundai is really good at loading its cars with all manner of features not usually found in cheaper segments, and the Kona is no exception. This egalitarian nature is especially evident in my tester's range-topping Ultimate trim, which despite being fully loaded still lands under the $30,000 mark.
On the safety front, buyers can pick up automatic braking, forward collision warning, blind spot monitoring, lane-keep assist and rear parking sensors. It's a shame that adaptive cruise control is nowhere to be found, and that the most important safety systems are hidden behind expensive trims. The driver-assist systems work well for the most part, with the exception of the lane-keep assist, which is way too heavy-handed for my liking.
Other notable features include a Qi wireless phone charger, LED headlights, rain-sensing wipers, leather seats and a useful 4.2-inch screen nestled between the gauges, offering up plenty of pertinent information. There's also a head-up display that impresses with just how much stuff it can cram in there (speed limits, driver-aid status, blind-spot monitoring and so on), but it's positioned just above the dashboard on a retractable piece of glass that offers little benefit for tall drivers.
When it comes to infotainment, Hyundai's system is one of the easiest and most accessible, with fast response times and an easy-to-navigate layout. Lower Kona trims get a 7-inch touchscreen, but my tester rocks an 8-incher with embedded navigation; both include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It might have a little bit of a cartoony look to it, but its ease of use makes up for just about anything else.

How I'd spec it

Honestly, I'd spec it exactly like my tester. Even with its $29,775 as-tested price, it's still a solid $6,000 below the average transaction price for a new car, but it's equipped with the superior engine, all-wheel drive and every single feature Hyundai offers -- there are no optional packages on the Kona Ultimate. If you don't want all-wheel drive, you can slice $1,300 off that window sticker. I might swap out the retina-searing neon green paint job in favor of something a little more demure, like red or metallic blue, though.

Down to brass tacks

The Hyundai has a fair amount of competition in a segment that the Juke used to own. The Honda HR-V is fun to drive and offers more cargo space, plus, for the 2019 model year, its driver-assist systems are available on lower trims. The CX-3 is a good driver, but it's somehow even smaller than the Kona. The Ford EcoSport is... fine.
The Kona shines in its segment. Its ride quality is among the best, its features are hard to top and it's spacious from a passenger standpoint. Sure, it might look like one of the aliens from Space: Above and Beyond, and its cargo capacity won't accommodate whole-family cross-country road trips, but its affordable price tag and approachable tech make it absolutely worth your attention.