SEO for Video Marketing: Creating Your Brand’s Video Plan

A mere few years ago, a video marketing plan might have entailed uploading a few videos to Instagram and Facebook and calling it a day. Maybe you uploaded the same videos to YouTube just because it was there. And that was it. If this still sounds like your current video strategy (or worse, sounds better than your current strategy), you could be missing out on valuable search real estate and inbound traffic. Fear not, we’ve got you covered. In this post, we’ll explain the dynamic relationsh...
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Library of Congress buys Loco Foco Witches print (or two)

An Acquisition Adventure: "Loco Foco Witches Laying a Spell Over the Country" Library of Congress' Picture This blog April 29, 2021 by  Sara W. Duke, https://blogs.loc.gov/picturethis/2021/04/an-acquisition-adventure-loco-foco-witches-laying-a-spell-over-the-country/ "Exceptionally rare and believed to be previously unknown," in the seller's letter intrigued me. On offer, an 1836 anti-Martin Van Buren woodcut print, depicting Van Buren as a witch an...
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Goodwyn Cartoons 4/27/21 newsletter

EDITORIAL CARTOONS April 27, 2021 [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Cavna talks to Hanuka about NY'r covers

Students created faux New Yorker covers about the pandemic — and they were so good they went viral Michael Cavna April 29, 2021 https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/04/29/student-new-yorker-cover-class-art-pandemic/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Randall Munroe answers a science question from DC

Where Does a Candle Go When It Burns? Just saying, maybe go easy with the candelabras. By Randall Munroe A version of this article appears in print on April 27, 2021 , Section D, Page 4 of the New York edition with the headline: What Goes Up in Smoke in a Candle's Glow?https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/26/science/randall-munroe-candle-xkcd.html Where does a candle go when it burns, anyway? Is it healthy to be breathing in melted candle particles? How concerned should I be?— Abigai...
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Amazing Spider-man special #6 - Steve Ditko reprint

Amazing Spider-man special #6Amazing Spider-Man v1 special #6, 1969 - Reprinting the classic Amazing Spider-man annual #1, this annual features some of Steve Ditko's best work on the series. John Romita provides the brand new cover for this Marvel bronze age superhero comic. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Ditko / Amazing Spider-Man ebay  >this issue [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Giant Life Size Moon Monster

"Horrifying!" Monster Fan Club members get a "life size" monster, 12 glossy photos, membership card, newsletter and 3 masks for a mere dollar. Published in Creatures on the Loose #10.- - - - - - - - - -Home / Ads  [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Kazoku Haha to Shimai no Kyousei’s Male Hero Reenters Where He Was Birthed

A classic tale is told through the beguiling Kazoku Haha to Shimai no Kyousei as the male protagonist spontaneously decides to lustfully breed with his own family members, carnal desires somehow overtaking his sense of morality and not at all surprising those experienced with the ero-anime medium. The male protagonist really doesn’t show any restraint […]
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Review: My Wonderful Wanda

— by RON WILKINSON — In a story rich in family dynamics with a substantial kicker of gender, class and nationality discrimination, Wanda comes to a luxurious villa in Switzerland, the manse of an industrial magnate. Although she has no wealth, her riches lie in her family. On one level, she has come to trade […]
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‘Spiral: From the Book of Saw’ Clips Tease the Terrors to Come

Spiral: From the Book of Saw is almost here, and it will either be a wonderful new revival of the horror franchise or a weird curiosity we all puzzle over. Either way, people are going to watch it, and until it opens next month everyone can tide themselves over with two new clips. In the first Spiral clip, Chris Rock receives a message from someone who is copycatting Jigsaw’s crimes. In another, Samuel L. Jackson, playing Rock’s father, comes across some of those creepy pig masks that somehow b...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sequels, Chris-Rock, Samuel L Jackson, Bell, Video Clips, Tobin Bell, Zeke, Lionsgate Films, Josh Stolberg, Jigsaw, Darren Lynn Bousman, Spiral: From the Book of Saw, Peter Goldfinger, William Schenk Max Minghella

Superhero Bits: ‘Titans’ Adds Scarecrow to Season 3, ‘Hellboy’ Board Game Expansion Packs & More

When will the Spider-Man universe series Silk start shooting? Want to pick up some expansion packs for the Hellboy board game? Who is playing Scarecrow in the third season of Titans? What unanswered questions remain after The Falcon and The Winter Soldier finale? What Marvel movie was Eternals director Chloé Zhao originally considered for? Want to see Wolverine in a “Take On Me” music video? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. For National Superhero Day, The CW shined a li...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, America, Suicide Squad, Black Widow, Dc, Deadpool, Guardians Of The Galaxy, X-men, Hellboy, Cw, Silk, Supergirl, Falcon, Wolverine, Titans

It’s a Wonderful Day for a New Castlevania Season 4 Trailer From Netflix

Alucard, Belmont, and the rest of the clan are sharpening their blades and preparing to return in the fourth season of Castlevania. This adaption of the classic Konami video game series has received high marks from old school fans and newcomers alike, and it will wrap up its run with this final season on May 13. As depicted in the trailer, the fourth and final season of Castlevania depicts our heroes resuming their quest against Isaac and his followers. The show revels in the same action and bl...
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Friday, April 30 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for April 30, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Speedwell Location: 111 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles TV Series: Insecure Location: Torrance Beach, Torrance Credit: Rich Movie: Being the Ricardos Location: 743 S Lucerne Blvd., Los Angeles (until May 12th, excluding weekends) Filming in New York TV Series: FBI […] The post Friday, April 30 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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A Certain Magical Index’s Girls Transform Into 2B For Nier Collaboration

A Certain Magical Index‘s gacha smartphone game Toaru Majutsu no Index Mokuroku Gensou Shuusoku has scored a rather unlikely collaboration as Nier Automata and Nier Replicant will be arriving in the title, dressing the characters up and sure to have players excited to see the girls in outfits they would never wear in the anime. […]
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‘Later With John Mayer’: Grammy-Winning Musician May Get His Own Talk Show on Paramount+

John Mayer is about to have a TV show – again. The Grammy Award-winning musician behind songs like “Who Says,” “Daughters,” and “New Light” is the host of his own Instagram Live show called Current Mood (which he launched a few years back), he guest hosted The Late Late Show for multiple nights, and he even once had a VH1 comedy special called John Mayer Has a TV Show way back in 2004. But a new report says he’s “nearing a deal” to host Later with John Mayer, a talk show that will call Paramoun...
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The Planned ‘The Last of Us’ Movie Fell Apart Because the Studio Kept Demanding Bigger Action Scenes

Back in 2014, Hollywood had set its eyes on The Last of Us, the critically acclaimed post-apocalyptic video game which earned raves for its cinematic ambition. So an adaptation to the screen should have been no problem, right? Wrong. After two years of development under Screen Gems and Sony, with game director Neil Druckmann penning the script and Sam Raimi producing, the Last of Us movie ground to a halt. It languished in development hell until HBO swept in last year to pick up the pieces and ...
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The Conners Cast Agrees to Deal for Fourth Season of Sitcom

ABC has once again come together on an agreement with the main cast of The Conners, and the series will be renewed for a fourth season, according to a report from Deadline.   MORE: New Dexter Revival Teaser Unveils First Look at Michael C. Hall’s Return The cast of The Conners does not have conventional, six-year contracts. Instead, the actors sign year-to-year, which is what held up the potential announcement for so long. However, the four main stars of the series – Sara Gilbert, John Goodman...
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Michael B. Jordan Addresses New Superman Rumors, Updates ‘Static Shock’ Progress

Before Michael B. Jordan took on Black Panther in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he had a breakthrough performance in the found footage superhero movie Chronicle. And there’s still plenty of superhero action in his future, and fans actually want him to do even more. At DC FanDome last year, Warner Bros. Pictures announced a movie was in development based on the DC Comics character Static Shock. Jordan isn’t taking the title role, but he’s producing the movie and recently provided a status updat...
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Rian Johnson’s Production Company Launches New Label, Will Produce Low-Budget Films From New Directors

T-Street, the production company founded by Knives Out and Brick director Rian Johnson and his longtime producer Ram Bergman, is expanding its reach. Their production banner is teaming up with MRC Films, the indie studio that developed and produced movies like Knives Out, Baby Driver, Ted, and The Adjustment Bureau, to launch a new untitled label that will produce three to four low-budget movies per year from up-and-coming filmmakers. According to The Hollywood Reporter, T-Street’s Ben LeClai...
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The Devilish Girls of Sex Underworld e Youkoso! Are Desperate for Semen

A marathon of sex awaits the male hero in Sex Underworld e Youkoso! as the visual novel sets the protagonist up with a gauntlet of sex with countless different women, a premise that will never seem to bore eroge aficionados. After successfully producing children with his seven wives, the protagonist believed his destined duty had […]
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5 arrested in abduction of Lady Gaga’s dogs, shooting of dog walker

By Stefanie Dazio | Associated Press LOS ANGELES — The woman who returned Lady Gaga’s stolen French bulldogs was among five people arrested in connection with the theft and shooting of the music superstar’s dog walker, Los Angeles police said Thursday. Detectives do not believe that the thieves initially knew the dogs belonged to the pop star, the Los Angeles Police Department said in a statement. The motive for the Feb. 24 robbery, investigators believe, was the value of the French bulldogs — w...
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Bill Burr & Bert Kreischer on Greg Giraldo

The post Bill Burr & Bert Kreischer on Greg Giraldo appeared first on Jumbo Dump.
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‘Shotgun Wedding’ First Look: Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel’s Destination Wedding Goes Very Wrong

The nuptials between Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel go to hell in Shotgun Wedding, a comedy about a destination wedding party that’s taken hostage. The Jason Moore-directed film is due out next year, but a first look arrived this week courtesy of Lopez, who posted some pics to social media. The images show Lopez and Duhamel looking both very attractive and very roughed-up. They’re movie stars, so even when they’re covered in grime and blood they look hot. That’s how it works. See the images be...
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‘The Staircase’ Series Casts Toni Collette as Kathleen Peterson

The Staircase has found its Kathleen Peterson in Toni Collette. Collette joins Colin Firth in the HBO Max limited series, which is based on the true crime docuseries of the same name. The series tells the story of Michael Peterson, who was convicted of murdering his wife Kathleen. Peterson’s defense team argued that Kathleen’s death was an accident caused when she fell down a narrow, dark staircase in the couple’s home. Deadline is reporting that Toni Collette is joining The Staircase cast a...
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Young Rock Star Joins Cast of Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam

Young Rock actor Uli Latukefu is reuniting with the man actor he portrays on television, with the actor reportedly joining DC’s Black Adam.   RELATED: Black Adam Filming Begins as Dwayne Johnson Posts First Set Photo! According to a report from Deadline, Latukefu, who portrays the college football era Dwayne Johnson in Young Rock, is joining Black Adam to play a currently unknown role. Deadline reports that it’s not certain whether or not he’ll be playing a younger version of Johnson’s Black A...
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‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ Almost Ended With a Different Title

When The Falcon and the Winter Soldier drew to a close last week, it had itself a new title – Captain America and the Winter Soldier. This title makes sense, since Sam Wilson has gone from Falcon to Captain America, and will be leading his own Captain America movie next. But according to Falcon and The Winter Soldier head writer Malcolm Spellman, it came close to having yet another different title besides Captain America and The Winter Soldier. And that title is Captain America: The Legend of C...
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Netflix Cancels The Duchess After Just One Season

In news that is sure to disappoint fans, the British-based Netflix comedy The Duchess has been canceled by Netflix after just one season.   MORE: Peacock Subscribers Past 42 Million Thanks to The Office and WWE The six-part series launched just last year in September 2020, but won’t be returning. Series creator Katherine Ryan recently confirmed the news on Vicky Pattison’s “The Secret To…” podcast, saying that the reason behind the cancellation is due to viewership. “[Netflix] didn’t want to m...
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Masters of the Universe Needs New He-Man After Noah Centineo Exits

Many years ago, reports that Noah Centineo was in talks to play He-Man in a Masters of the Universe film began to heat up. According to a new report from Collider, Centineo has exited the project, and filmmakers are back to looking for a lead.   MORE: Robert Kirkman Confirms Two More Seasons of Invincible at Amazon The report states that Centineo had been nearing a deal to play the iconic Prince Adam, aka He-Man, in an upcoming film based on the popular property. Instead, a representative for ...
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