Food & Kitchen Niche Insights Report 2021

Add to that 20 billion revenue from the kitchen and cookware stores industry. So food & kitchen combined we are looking at approximately $700+ billion industry. You can start a micro niche blog in food & kitchen niche based on cuisine types, preparation methods, age groups and ingredients. The example of the website acquired in Food and kitchen was OpenTable.com. The website started as an online restaurant reservation service that was acquired by the Priceline Group for $2.6 billion in 2016. That is the potential the Food & Kitchen niche has. Depending…

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Xiaomi 11T & 11T Pro smartphone

Xiaomi is actually pronounced “shi-yow-me” and that’s probably better written as “shiyow-me” so that you really run the sh and the ow together, but don’t make it an ow as in cow, make it an ow as in you just dropped a brick on your foot… and if you’re really pressed, you could just say “shall-me” and you’d be quite close. Beijing headquartered Xiaomi is so-named because the company moniker translates to “little rice”, presumably because little means compact and self-contained, while rice denotes the staple of life and is packed with…

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Big Data & Analytics Primer On Job Roles & Career Opportunities Everyone Should Read

“Big Data Analytics”, “Data Science”, “Cloud” – you may have heard of these buzzwords in the technology landscape today. But much like how movies and comedy shows are marketed, these words have been hyped by businesses, industry analysts, journalists, and possibly your neighborhood watchman. Everyone seems to have a perspective on what Big Data analytics is and much like any commodity in the market, there is a  promise of an attractive job in the Big Data analytics space. Students who are about to start their professional careers or professionals who…

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Draft National Education Policy 2019: Complete Details & Updates

Draft National Education Policy – NEP 2019: The last National Education Policy (NEP) was released in 1986 and modified in 1992. Since then major changes have been observed in the world and in our country and the education policy needed to be modified as per the current scenario. In order to make changes and implement new policy from primary, secondary & higher education, a committee was set up (June 2017) to prepare a draft of a new National Education Policy, under the chairmanship of Dr Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan. The committee handed over…

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5 Secret Keys for a Successful Fulltime Writing & Speaking Career

Dreams are good but they don’t pay bills. This bubble needs to be busted before you think of taking writing or speaking as a fulltime profession. In order to earn your life and lifestyle, you’ve got work in the direction where you are not just living your dreams but also living your dream lifestyle. Sounds really fancy (and inspiring maybe) but it’s not that easy. In this post, you will discover 5 secret keys for a full-time writing and speaking career. Use these keys and you never know, you might…

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What To Do If You & Your Partner Don’t Travel Well Together, According To Experts

I love to travel. There’s practically no place on the planet I’m not curious to see. But even an enthusiastic and laid-back traveler like me still has their quirks. For example, when I’m on vacation, I want to relax. Yes, I also want to see some sights, but I prefer a loose schedule. What that means for me is that I don’t vacation well with folks who prefer to wake up super early and follow a carefully crafted itinerary to the letter. Easy answer. However, it gets more complicated when you…

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11 Things Health Leaders Need To Know About Social Media & Marketing

Group of active senior people taking a selfie together during a picnic day. Of the more than 7 billion people on Earth, the number of mobile phone users is approaching 5 billion devices, while toothbrush ownership is closer to 4 billion. Indicating that both marketing of technology and public health have great disparities, but also that leadership in health care are not executing on their brands, social media or marketing. But in the U.S., hospital identity and health branding are paramount for success in a community. By listening to patients, getting…

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How Education Fared in Congress’s Tax Deal Compromise: Teacher Tax Deductions, Charter Financing & 3 More Noteworthy Fixes

President Donald Trump listens as a family describes how the Republican tax reform legislation will help their taxes during an event in the Grand Foyer of the White House in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 13, 2017. (Photo credit: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images) Weeks after fighting over tax reform — including pitched battles involving several education issues — GOP leadership released a final compromise late last week. On higher education, the bill ultimately didn’t include provisions that alarmed college and university leaders the most, like taxing graduate students’ tuition benefits. It does include a…

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Acne – Causes, Signs, Symptoms & Prevention

Acne is a big concern, especially for women in their 20s. However, it would be wrong to say that men don’t suffer from acne. To many, acne is also known as blemishes, blackheads, whiteheads, pimples or cysts. It is most common during puberty and adolescence. According to recent data, almost 80 per cent of people in the age group of 11 to 30 years have acne outbreak at least once. Having said that, even adults are not fully immune. The number is low, but people in their 40s and 50s also…

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Prenatal Exposure to Smoke & Alcohol May Trigger Aggressive Behaviour in Kids

Pregnancy is a very sensitive period of time that plays an important role in not just your newborn’s physical but also mental health. The nourishment that a mother gets is transmitted to the baby and so are negative effects of certain habits like smoking, drinking alcohol and taking too much stress. While some believe that you must completely avoid alcohol and also smoking cigarettes during pregnancy, some say that an occasional drink may be alright. But a new study, conducted by researchers from King’s College London and the University of…

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