Beneful Dog Food Stops Tooter From Tooting

My dog named Tooter is a Boykin Spaniel. The reason his name is Tooter is because for the longest time he had a problem with tooting all over the house and stinking up the place. Due to the fact that he would toot everywhere, we decided to switch his dog food. After asking a few vets around town we decided on switching his dog food to Purinastore manufactured Beneful because we have heard many great things about it not only from vets in the area but also from friends and family. Upon finding out about Beneful and deciding to buy this brand on Wal-Mart for Tooter we went to the store and bought a few different types of Beneful dog food. The first type of Beneful dog food we bought for Tooter to try was Beneful Originals in the salmon flavor. The second one we bought for him to try was Beneful healthy weight dog food because I thought maybe if we feed him dog food geared towards dogs maintaining a healthy weight it may help to stop him from passing nearly as much gas. The third dog food I picked up for Tooter was one of Beneful’s many wet dog foods and it was the Romana style medley because it sounded like it was full of flavor and something he would like for that reason. Last but not least I got Tooter another wet dog food made by Beneful called chopped blends and I got him the chicken flavor of it. After picking up four different types of Beneful dog food for Tooter to try I took them home and let him try a small dish of each one as I observed the way he reacted to each food. He licked the small dish I gave him clean of every food that was in there but when he finished the Romana style medley he looked at me like he wanted more. Due to the fact that he looked at me in hopes, I would give him more Romana style medley told me that it was the best fit for him as he loved it so much. So now Tooter eats Romana style medley Beneful dog food with chicken, carrots, pasta, and spinach in it.

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Darius Fisher Has Good Advice On Avoiding Document Dumps

Darius Fisher doesn’t want people’s personal information to go public and he gave some reliable insights to the  subject. Fisher is in charge of Status Labs, a reputation management company based out of Austin, TX. (The company has offices in New York and San Paulo as well) Through the article, Fisher emphatically points out that personal information is not always private. People make mistakes and expose personal content online. A reputation crisis can result.

 

To avoid a crisis from exploding, people have to be extremely careful about the revealing personal information. Making the mistake of leaving social media privacy settings off means anything posted on a profile ends up being indexed. By properly engaging those privacy setting, the search engines are unable to list what has been published.

 

Enhancing privacy requires being very proactive and aggressive with preventive measures. The article suggests changing passwords consistently, searching the internet for any data broker sites currently publishing personal information, and checking out all the mentions of a particular name found in a Google. At the very least, these steps will aid in finding out what confidential information is really not all that confidential.

 

An unfortunate possibility may arise when performing a Google search. A host of bad content related to a name may end up being revealed. As bad as this sounds, it is better to learn about the situation than never know anything.

 

Upon discovering online results are potentially harmful to a reputation, calling on a reputation management firm for help is advised. Darius Fisher has long since been warning people (and businesses) that the search engines do not change on their own. New content has to be produced to bury the disastrous material. Fisher spoke at length about this at the Innovation 50 event and has also written articles about the seriousness of “cleaning up” search engine results.

 

Taking Fisher’s advice in the Daily Beast article is a good start. Document dumps may lead to frightening consequences. This is why steps have to be taken to prevent their occurrence. If something does happen, then working with professionals who can solve the problem is definitely advisable.

More resources for Darius Fisher:

https://twitter.com/fisherdarius

https://angel.co/darius-fisher

Securus Technologies Releases THREADS 3.1

THREADS 3.1 is here and the United States corrections industry can take advantage of this big data analytical tool. THREADS 3.1 has been developed by Dallas, TX’s Securus Technologies, a company known for producing incredible software and programming solutions for correctional facilities. THREADS 3.1 reveals a number of major upgrades to the earlier version of the released software program. The new enhancements present on this release display a variety of incredible improvements.

With the new upgrade, the interface is going to be easier navigate and a host of cumbersome actions have been deleted. The current version features scores of enhancements that previous customers have long clamored for. Securus has listened to the words of those customers and met their requests. Additionally, those who own previous versions of the software may upgrade for free.

Since the customers in question are correctional facility staff members tasked with monitoring suspicious calls, it is critical the software program works with maximum efficiency. Securus put a lot of work into advancing the previous release. The work and effort has yielded a solid new program.

Devices for prison/jail staff are not the only impressive releases bearing this company’s name. Securus Technologies has also developed programs and apps for inmates and their families. Securus has designed solid Youtube like app for video, email, and voicemail systems to better help communications between those incarcerated [watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jNMeifej0c] and their friends and loved ones.

Read more at https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/securus-technologies#/entity.

 

 

The Importance of Pushing Harmful Articles Down In Search Results

Online reviews and testimonials are powerful, easy and inexpensive marketing tools that are sought after by everyone with a web presence. Why? It’s simple, positive reviews and testimonials sell. Telling people you’re great is perceived as bragging and isn’t very effective. But, when real people say good things about you, your company, your service or product, it becomes a recommendation. Other people can say great things about you that you can’t say about yourself.

The downside to encouraging online reviews and testimonials is that people can say negative things about you. Negative, critical posts can be very damaging to your reputation and your sales. Bad news travels fast and so, doing nothing about online slurs is not prudent and will be detrimental to your online reputation.

There are a lot of quick fixes for pushing bad articles down in search engine results, but many of them are considered disreputable and if you are caught using them, it can end up doing more harm than good, further damaging your reputation. Protecting your online reputation has become a serious business, Online Reputation Management, or ORM, has become a necessary component of any serious SEO strategy.

If you want to eliminate the inherent risks of trying to manage your online reputation yourself, there are companies you can work with who have perfected the techniques of pushing bad articles down and improving your online reputation. One such company, www.BuryBadArticles.com, is quickly becoming a popular newcomer in the online reputation management industry, probably because their services carry a 100% guarantee.

The results of their research are stunning, one negative article showing up in your search results can result in a loss of up to 22% of your customers, three bad articles increases your loss to 59.2%, and four or more harmful articles can be devastating, causing you to lose up to 70% of your valuable customers.

Managing your online reputation has become a routine part of doing business today. No matter how pristine your reputation is, it can be tarnished or even destroyed by a few angry individuals. Damage control and crisis management are critical to anyone’s online presence. As billionaire Warren Buffet said, “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.” Protect your reputation by making Online Reputation Management part of your SEO strategy.

Former Uruguay President Blasts Venezuela’s Leader

A former president of Uruguay, Jose “Pepe” Mujica, just accused Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro of being “crazy as a goat,” as ABC News report.
Mr. Mujica still says that he has got respect for Maduro and that Venezuelans needs to solve their own problems, yet the Uruguayan feels he still has a right to call another leader whatever he wants.

While running Uruguay, Jose Mujica was known as the poorest president in the world because of his very modest lifestyle. It is not clear how well Nicolas Maduro and the Venezuelan establishment live, but they certainly don’t face as much economic adversity as most Venezuelans do.

The government has become too reliant on oil exports says Danilo Diaz Granados, and these don’t produce as much income as before. Instead of facing the mistakes made, Nicolas Maduro started to blame foreigners for economic issues, especially the United States and CIA.

Most commentators like Danilo Diaz himself, however, agree that the crisis isn’t due to foreign powers but rather to another Socialist experiment that went wrong.