Getting To The Point – Foods

Best Food and Fashion Blogs In India I will not lie to you that there are secret or any shortcuts on creating the best food blog, to be sincere with you, it’s all about full dedication and hard work. However, understanding the concept and your targeted audience of the blog niche is important, in whatever … Continue reading “Getting To The Point – Foods”

Best Food and Fashion Blogs In India I will not lie to you that there are secret or any shortcuts on creating the best food blog, to be sincere with you, it’s all about full dedication and hard work. However, understanding the concept and your targeted audience of the blog niche is important, in whatever language you may feel like addressing the blog as long as the point is passed. Make sure that your food blog is constructive, straightforward, respective meaning you shouldn’t use offensive statements that others may feel offended with you ought to make your audience fee appreciated on your blog so that they may visit again and again. Just as any other kind of blog, food blogs must be authentic and original, post content that people like rather than what you want and ensure that all the content posted is original not plagiarized from somebody else blog because these may lead to copyright issues Most blogs take time to gain audience so you shouldn’t give up rather consult from other bloggers on how to spice your blog, you will be amazed by how bloggers support each other try as much as to interact with them through the comment section or you could request for social media account for personal communication. It is worth acknowledging that food blogs lack detailed recipes, if your target audience in the Kolkata people in India ensures you outline the entire meal recipe and where they can find the ingredients of the certain meal are correctly described, right market to purchase and if they want it ready-made where they could locate the food as the restaurant. In case you aren’t sure about the food you want to blog about you, use other bloggers content upon their approval or better still cite all the sources used on your blog and make sure to leave a link on where your audience can seek my information about the food. Note that people are so much interested on eating what attract their eyes so when posting the recipes make sure you include appetizing pictures of the meal.
What Research About Blogs Can Teach You
Some of the audience that read your blog would at time promotes your content when they share it on their social media pages, especially food blog most of your audience you share the same undying love of a particular food so do not be afraid to show your enthusiasm. Surprisingly you may find a blog that is out of context meaning a food blog but the content in your blog is about cars these may confuse the audience of your blog so ensure all your content are accordance to the blog and keep on updating your blog frequently with new recipe and meals.Study: My Understanding of Bloggers

Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Muslim?

The holy month of Ramadan is coming up and I’m nervous.

I’m always nervous when the month rolls around. Nervous that I might faint during a work day at the restaurant from the lack of food and water during the daylight hours. Nervous that I will give into temptation at some point during the month that seemingly lasts forever. But I’m not usually nervous about what people are going to say.

Oh, people do say things, but they are usually out of intrigue or bewilderment. “How can you possibly not eat or drink anything during the day for an entire month?” “Why do you do this?” And the one I love the most, “Can’t you just have a little something to eat?”

I’m nervous though, with the increasing hostility toward Muslims these days that the usual innocent fascination that crops up during my steadfast practice will be replaced this year with judgment and fear.

A culture of fear is being created and directed towards Muslims both nationally and internationally. France’s new law against the practice of wearing the full body veil, well proclaiming to be a law focused on the fundamentals of women’s rights is clearly based around religious intolerance. It is fair to say that a woman should not be forced into wearing such garments, but what about if she is forced not to wear something? Especially if she feels that it gives her a sense of community and lets her express her piety? The notion of making it illegal for a woman to wear something so that she can become “liberated” is paradoxical to its own “reasoning”. The basic principle of choice is being eliminated here and I cannot think of anything more antithetical to women’s rights.

But the cleverly disguised disgust in other parts of the world is far more blatant in our neck of the woods. Just take a look at The Dove World Outreach Center in Gainesville, Forida – a church that is hosting a “Koran Burning” on September 11th this year. According to the Huffington Post, Pastor Terry Jones claims that people have already begun to mail Korans to the church even with the event being posted on Facebook a little over a week ago. The irony here is that these hate-filled people actually have to purchase the Koran to submit it to the Center.

And what of the protests against the plans to build a mosque blocks away from Ground Zero? People who are opposed to the construction say that it would be disrespectful and dishonor the deaths of those involved in the 9-11 attacks to have the Muslim place of worship so close to the site. But were there not also Muslims killed when the towers went down? And how exactly is the construction of a mosque disrespectful to the innocent victims? Only if you equate radicalism with the entire religion does that even begin to make an iota of sense.

Thank God for people like NYC mayor Bloomberg, who can eloquently remind everyone that this country was founded on the idea of religious equality and acceptance for all. I can only hope that the mouths of those protesters closed and their ears opened to hear his moving words and heed the obvious facts. One of the protesters signs read “All I need to know about Islam I learned on 9-11”. If the nation takes this stance of misinformation and drawing conclusions based on the most extreme views then it will be impossible to extinguish the flames of fear and hate against Muslims in our country and Islamophobia will spread like wildfire.

I’ve had to deal with the stigma all my life, even being an extremely moderate Muslim. But not since the actual attacks on the Twin Towers have I felt so alienated. And I am nervous.