Mustard goes great on a hot dog, but not so much on your white shirt. Here’s a super simple method for removing mustard and other yellow stains from your white clothes.
Amazon Dash buttons—those things that order just one product when you push them—are now available for over a hundred different products. From Charmin (useful) to Slim Jims (hmm), you can do all of your shopping with the same effort it takes to navigate an elevator.
Brands who take up First View with Promoted Trends will take the top ad slot in the Twitter timeline for a 24-hour period. Subsequently, a video ad will not only appear top of a user’s timeline but also top of their trending topics list.
Film studio Universal UK is the first brand to make use of First View – which is available in 29 European markets including the UK, France and Germany – to promote a launch trailer for its new film The Huntsman: Winter’s War.
Bruce Daisley, Twitter’s VP of sales for Europe, is confident that First View will “drive cinema ticket sales” for Universal. Twitter says initial tests in Europe show that First View leads to a 78% increase in brand recall.
He says: “First View is a great addition to the tools that we already offer advertisers to help spark conversation and make that live connection through Twitter with the right audience.
“We’ve already seen some fantastic success from the initial results with 20th Century Fox in the US and Jeep in France on First View. And for film studios, like Universal, it is not only a great way to ensure high quality video is seen and talked about, but ultimately to help drive cinema tickets sales.”
Video is a key battleground for Twitter as it aims to bounce back after announcing its user growth had stalled back in February.
Over recent months, Twitter, which claimed it reached 130,000 advertisers, up 90% year-over-year, in its fourth quarter, has signed up the likes of Tesco and Microsoft to use its Twitter Moments advertising unit.
It has also ramped up its emoji advertising, with an exclusive partnership on the latest Candy Crush mobile game resulting in Twitter’s first global emoji campaign.
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I’m a lot of things: writer and editor, friend and daughter, fiancé and partner, aunt, sister, mommy to a doggie. I am a Brooklynite and a former Buffalonian (and even a Bucknellian, by virtue of where I studied). I am a chef, runner, yogi, reader, and lover of cookbooks and travel guides. I am a city person with a deep appreciation for the country. I am an Aquarius. I could go on, but I think you get the idea. One thing I’m not? A brand. Unlike Apple or Jeep or Lagunitas, I am not a product hoping to get bought. Shocking, but I’m not for sale!
If I’m doing anything where I need to hear the world around me, I tend to just keep one earbud in when I’m listening to podcasts or music. This obviously screws with the sound, but Macworld reminds us where the option to adjust balance is tucked away in iOS.
Sometimes, you grab the wrong wrench for a job. You could go back and grab the correct one, but if you’re feeling especially lazy (or you just don’t own the right one), Instructables user M3G points out that a little loose change can save the day.
You might not need to use a Dremel all that often, but it’s one of those things everyone should keep in their tool box, if only for sanding things and carving jack-o-lanterns. Today only as part of a Gold Box deal, Amazon’s discounting a variety of Dremel starter packs, starting at just $29.