Some historical mysteries may never be solved. Sometimes, that’s because the relevant excavated material has been lost or an archaeological site has been destroyed. Other times, it’s because new evidence is unlikely to come forward or the surviving evidence is too vague to lead scholars to a consensus.
The lack of answers only makes these enigmas more intriguing. Here, take a look at 10 of these historical questions that may never have definitive explanations.
Who was Jack the Ripper?
In 1888, Jack the Ripper killed at least five women in London, mutilating their bodies. Several letters, supposedly from the Ripper, were sent to police taunting officers’ efforts to find the Ripper. (Whether any of them were actually written by the Ripper is a matter of debate among scholars.) The name “Jack the Ripper” comes from these letters.
Needless to say, the Ripper was never found, and over the years, dozens of people have been brought up as possible candidates. A recent book suggested that a woman named Lizzie Williams was the Ripper, although other Ripper experts cast doubt on it. It appears unlikely that the true identity of the Ripper will ever be known for sure.
Where is Jimmy Hoffa?
The teamster union leader known for his involvement in organized crime disappeared in Oakland County, Michigan, on July 30, 1975, and is now presumed to be dead. The identity of his killer(s) and the location of his body are ongoing mysteries. Police and forensic anthropologists have searched several sites in Detroit and Oakland County to no avail.
One popular theory was that Hoffa’s body was buried beneath Giants Stadium in New Jersey. However, this theory has been debunked. The identity of his killer is also unclear. Before he died in 2006, Richard “The Iceman” Kuklinski, a hitman, claimed to have killed Hoffa and dumped his body in a scrapyard. An author named Philip Carlo visited Kuklinski in prison before he died and wrote a book on Kuklinski’s confessions. After the book came out several police officers cast doubt on the confession in media interviews. As the years go by, it appears increasingly unlikely that Hoffa’s remains will ever be found.
Where is Cleopatra’s tomb?
Ancient writers claim that Cleopatra VIIand her lover, Mark Antony, were buried together in a tomb after they died in 30 B.C. The writer Plutarch (A.D. 45-120) wrote that the tomb was located near a temple of Isis, an Egyptian goddess, and was a “lofty and beautiful” monument containing treasures made of gold, silver, emeralds, pearls, ebony, and ivory.
The location of the tomb remains a mystery. In 2010, Zahi Hawass, Egypt’s former antiquities minister, conducted excavations at a site near Alexandria now called Taposiris Magna, which contains several tombs dating to the era when Cleopatra VII ruled Egypt. While many interesting archaeological discoveries were made, Cleopatra VII’s tomb was not among them Hawass reported in a series of news releases. Archaeologists have noted that even if Cleopatra’s tomb does survive to this day, it may be heavily plundered and unidentifiable.
Who killed JFK?
This is probably the biggest mystery in American history that will never be resolved to everyone’s satisfaction. On Nov. 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was shot in Dallas by Lee Harvey Oswald (although some speculate that he wasn’t the only one shooting). On Nov. 24, 1963, before Oswald could stand trial, Oswald was fatally shot by nightclub owner Jack Ruby. Ruby died of lung cancer on Jan. 3, 1967. [10 Persistent Kennedy Assassination Theories]
The most widely accepted explanation is that Oswald killed JFK on his own and Ruby killed Oswald, on his own volition. Ruby’s stated motivation was to spare Jacqueline Kennedy “the discomfiture of [Oswald] coming back to trial.” However there are still a significant number of professional historians, along with many amateurs, who do not agree with this explanation and since JFK’s death, numerous alternative explanations have been brought forward by historians and amateurs. Given that significant new evidence is unlikely to appear, a firm consensus will probably never be reached.
Is there a money pit on Oak Island?
For more than two centuries, stories have circulated that Oak Island, located off Nova Scotia, Canada, held a money pit of buried treasure — supposedly left by the pirate Capt. William Kidd(1645-1701). Over that time, numerous expeditions costing millions of dollars have traveled to the island searching for the lost treasure, to no avail. [The 10 Most Notorious Pirates Ever]
Despite centuries of searching no treasure has been found on Oak Island. Nevertheless, that doesn’t stop people from trying to find it. A History Channel show called the “Curse of Oak Island” follows a modern-day expedition; the show was just renewed for a fourth season in 2016.
Is the Copper Scroll treasure real?
Another treasure tale that will probably never be resolved is more ancient. In 1952 a copper scroll was found by archaeologists in a cave, along with other Dead Sea Scrolls, at the site of Qumran. As its name suggests, the writing was engraved onto a copper scroll. The scroll records a vast amount of hidden gold and silver treasure — so much, in fact, that some scholars believe that it can’t exist. [Gallery of Dead Sea Scrolls: A Glimpse of the Past]
The scroll dates back more than 1,900 years to a time when the Roman Empire controlled the Qumran area. There were several revolts against Roman rule at the time the scroll was written, and scientists have hypothesized that the treasure was hidden to prevent its capture by Roman forces. Whether the treasure is real, where exactly it was hidden, whether it was ever found and whether it could still exist today are all mysteries that will likely never be solved.
What’s the fate of the Ark of the Covenant?
In 587 B.C., a Babylonian army, under King Nebuchadnezzar II, conquered Jerusalem, sacking the city and destroying the First Temple, a building used by the Jewish people to worship god. The First Temple contained the Ark of the Covenant, which carried tablets recording the 10 Commandments.
The fate of the Ark is unclear. Ancient sources indicate that the ark was either carried back to Babylon or hidden before the city was captured. It’s also possible that the ark was destroyed during the city’s sacking. In any event, the ark’s location is unknown. Since the disappearance, several stories and legends about the ark’s fate have been told. One story suggests the ark eventually made its way to Ethiopia, where it is kept today. Another story says the ark was divinely hidden and will not appear until a messiah arrives.
Were the Hanging Gardens of Babylon real?
Ancient writers describe a fantastic series of gardens constructed in the ancient city of Babylonian modern-day Iraq. It’s not clear when these gardens were built, but some ancient writers were so impressed by the gardens that they called them a “wonder of the world.” Around 250 B.C., Philo of Byzantium wrote that the Hanging Gardens had “plants cultivated at a height above ground level, and the roots of the trees are embedded in an upper terrace rather than in the earth.”
So far, archaeologists who have excavated Babylon have been unable to find the remains of a garden that meets this description. This has left archaeologists with a question: Did the hanging gardens really exist? In 2013, Stephanie Dalley, a researcher at the University of Oxford, proposed in a book that the gardens were actually located at the Assyrian city of Nineveh. Over the past two decades, both Babylon and Nineveh have suffered damage from wars and looting, and it seems unlikely that this mystery will ever be fully solved.
Is there a City of Atlantis?
Writing in the fourth century B.C., the Greek philosopher Plato told a story of land named Atlantis that existed in the Atlantic Ocean and supposedly conquered much of Europe and Africa in prehistoric times. In the story, the prehistoric Athenians strike back against Atlantis in a conflict that ends with Atlantis vanishing beneath the waves.
While no serious scholar believes that this story is literally true, some have speculated that the legend could have been inspired, in part, by real events that happened in Greek history. One possibility is that the Minoan civilization(as it’s now called), which flourished on the island of Crete until about 1400 B.C., could have inspired the story of Atlantis. Although Crete is in the Mediterranean, and not the Atlantic, Minoan settlements suffered considerable damage during the eruption of Thera, a volcano in Greece.
Additionally, archaeologists found that the Minoans were eventually overcome (or forced to join with) a group of people called the Mycenaeans, who were based on mainland Greece. It’s unlikely that this debate will ever be fully settled.
What was Jesus really like?
The earliest surviving gospels date to the second century, almost 100 years after the life of Jesus (although recently, it was announced that a possible first-century fragment had been found).
The lack of surviving first-century texts about Jesus leaves biblical scholars with several questions. When were the gospels written? How many of the stories actually took place? What was Jesus like in real life? Archaeological investigations of Nazareth, Jesus’ hometown, reveal more about the environment where he grew up. More recently, scientists discovered a first-century house that, centuries after Jesus’ time, was venerated as being the house that Jesus grew up in, but whether it was actually Jesus’ house is unknown.
Although new research will provide more insight, scholars think it’s unlikely they will ever fully know what Jesus was really like.
Top 10 Dangerous Countries
The Institute for Economics and Peace publishes its Global Peace Index study annually. This is the only report of its type that assesses how dangerous or safe a country is based on 23 distinct indices, such as political terrorism inner war fatalities, and the murder rate. The 10 most hazardous countries on the planet are listed below.
According to the Global Peace Index, Afghanistan is the most hazardous country in the world, as it is subjected to fatal Taliban attacks. It has the highest number of casualties from war and terrorism of any country, with 3,804 civilians killed in the conflict, 927 of whom are children, according to the UN peacekeeping operation in Afghanistan.
The Middle Eastern country, which was ranked first until a previous year has been engulfed in civil war since March 2011. It has been dubbed the second-deadliest war of the twenty-first century, with an estimated 470,000 people killed, including 55,000 children.
South Sudan is among the earth’s most hazardous countries. It is rife with warfare, civic upheaval, and deadly violence Outside of the country’s capital, Juba, armed combat occurs primarily between the government and rebel organizations, with little to no system of law or authority. Particularly perilous are areas near South Sudan’s borders. Furthermore, South Sudan is vulnerable to climate change.
As per the United Nations, Yemen’s civil war began in 2015, and the nation is currently experiencing the world’s greatest humanitarian disaster. 4.3 million people have been displaced as a result of the violence, and 14 million persons are at risk of famine and disease outbreaks.
Iraq is one of the most dangerous countries on the planet. It is still beset by internal and external conflicts. ISIS continues to kidnap and kill Iraqi civilians and military personnel. Other human rights breaches, such as infringement of the right to peaceful assembly, have continued. U.S. citizens visiting Iraq are particularly vulnerable to violence and kidnapping and are frequently targeted by anti-US sectarian militias.
Somalia is one of the world’s most unsafe countries. It has a high danger of kidnapping in all sections of the country. Terrorists are likely to target airports, government buildings, hotels, and restaurants. Foreigners, government officials, and UN personnel are frequent targets of these attacks. Droughts and food crises in Somalia have exacerbated an already volatile environment, and ineffective police forces are hampering the security.
Libya is also the world’s most deadly nation. It has seen a rise in crime, civil instability, armed warfare, and terrorism. Militias continue to conflict in Libya over territory and resources, which is largely to blame for the violence. ISIS has carried out several strikes that have resulted in the deaths of both citizens and personnel of the security forces.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo
The Democratic Republic of the Congo is another dangerous country in the world. According to the WHO, the DRC recently suffered an Ebola outbreak that claimed over 2,200 lives. Demonstrations are frequent in cities across the country, and they may quickly turn violent. Violent crimes, such as armed home invasion robberies and assault, are also widespread, and authorities lack the capabilities to adequately react to crime.
The central African Republic
The central African Republic is the world’s other hazardous country. Despite a peace accord inked in 2017, the country’s turmoil has continued to fester and expand. The primary cause of turmoil in the Central African Republic is the conflict between the Seleka rebels and the Anti-Balaka militia. The violence has displaced 620000 people inside and resulted in 570000 refugees fleeing to neighboring countries.
Russia is the world’s second most hazardous country. Its significant militarization, combined with one of the highest per-capita rates of weapons exports, adds to its ranking on the list. It is vulnerable to global and local terrorist organizations, as well as people inspired by extremist ideas. Russian officials have also unlawfully detained American citizens who may face persecution.
Top 10 Best Places to Go Snorkeling in the World
The ocean graces more than 70 percent of our planet, and millions of marine species call these waters home. Whether you are a novice or an experienced snorkeler, there are plenty of places to witness enchanting underwater life. All you need is a mask, snorkel, and fins to experience the beauty of coral reefs and the intriguing creatures that thrive beneath the waves. From sharing the sea with manta rays in the Maldives, to humpback whales in the Dominican Republic, and being surrounded by vibrant schools of fish in the Caribbean, these are the best places to go snorkeling in the world.
Komodo National Park, Indonesia
Komodo National Park is centrally located along Indonesia’s Lesser Sunda archipelago, a chain of volcanic islands extending eastward from Java. Established in 1980 to preserve the Komodo Dragon, the Park became a UNESCO World Heritage site six years later. As one of five islands where you can see these unique lizards in the wild, the National Park gets a lot of attention, but the surrounding waters shouldn’t be overlooked. Having enjoyed protected status for more than 30 years, the reefs are thriving with an abundance of exotic undersea life, including dugongs, manta rays, sharks, and over 1000 species of tropical fish.
Devil’s Crown, Galápagos
Devil’s Crown, an extinct sunken volcanic cone near Floreana Island, attracts snorkelers and divers to its underwater kaleidoscope of fish, eagle rays, and shy reef sharks. Located 600 miles west of Ecuador in the Pacific Ocean, the Galápagos Islands are heaven on earth for animal lovers. The area’s nickname was derived from the circular formation of jagged lava rocks. Within a few minutes of snorkeling at Devil’s Crown, you will spot a myriad of sea life — including sea turtles and eagle rays gently “flying” above lavender and green-colored coral reefs. If you venture outside the crown, you may even see hammerhead sharks. Just beware — the currents are strong — and be sure you follow an experienced guide.
Grenada, The Caribbean
See the first ever marine sculpture garden at Molinere Sculpture Park in Grenada. This Caribbean island is famous for its spices, lush mountains, and scenic cliffs stretching towards tranquil waters. Just a half-hour boat ride from Pink Gin Beach lies a collection of ecological, subaqueous contemporary art at the sandy bottom of Molinere Bay. These coral-graced cement sculptures, including the famous ring of children holding hands, are teeming with colorful fish and offer a one-of-a-kind underwater experience.
Bay of Donsol, The Philippines
With more than 7,000 islands, choosing the right snorkeling spot is not an easy task in the Philippines. This is especially true when the waters surrounding the archipelago have a diverse ecosystem filled with breathtaking wildlife. At the Bay of Donsol, located in the Sorsogon province in the northern Philippines, you can snorkel alongside the largest living fish — the whale shark. These protected animals congregate in Donsol Bay between November and June, feeding on the rich nutrients coming from the mouth of the river. Snorkelers can see up to 20 whale sharks on a single boat tour.
Baa Atoll, Maldives
The Maldives, located southwest of India, are some of the most picturesque islands in the world, and their beauty is not just relegated to the land. The 1,200 picture-perfect coral islands are surrounded by aquamarine waters, home to hundreds of vivid fish species and other marine animals, including sharks, octopii, and manta rays. Baa Atoll, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, is one of the Maldives’ 26 geographical atolls. It supports one of the largest groups of coral reefs in the Indian Ocean, and hundreds of manta rays gather to take advantage of the zooplankton trapped in the bays from June to November.
Madang, Papua New Guinea
The tropical nation of Papua New Guinea is located north of Australia in the Coral Triangle, also known as the Amazon of the ocean. Papua New Guinea and its offshore islands evoke a sense of wonder, just by the very nature of their remote location. The nation boasts more than 700 tribes and it’s equally diverse beneath the seas. Because Papua New Guinea doesn’t suffer from overtourism, the reefs have remained pristine and plentiful. Just offshore from Madang is the volcanic seamount Planet Rock, whirling with barracuda, tuna, snapper, and reef sharks. If you are into diving, there are also some WWII wrecks nearby to explore.
Maui, Hawaii, United States
The lush island of Maui has unique lava rocks and coves that make for a one-of-a-kind experience. You can either snorkel off the island’s beaches or venture out to popular reefs to see technicolor fish, sea turtles, and coral formations. A stone’s throw away from the Four Seasons Resort Maui is the Ahihi Kinau Natural Area Reserve, a perfect place for beginners to enjoy undersea life. The Molokini Crater, a half-sunken, crescent-shaped caldera a few miles from Maui’s shores, boasts calm waters with visibility up to 100 feet. Here, you can come face-to-face with rainbow fish, eagle rays, monk seals, and sea turtles inside the arms of the crater.
Silver Bank, Dominican Republic
If you’ve ever dreamed of snorkeling alongside humpback whales, Silver Bank, in the Caribbean Sea, 80 miles north of the Dominican Republic, is the place to be. Go between December and April, when these charismatic megafauna migrate to the warm, shallow waters of Silver Bank’s submerged limestone plateau to mate, calve, and raise their young. This Marine Mammal Sanctuary is one of only three places in the world that allows visitors to swim and snorkel among the North Atlantic humpback whales.
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Crystal clear waters, pure-white sand beaches, and plenty of opportunities to get up close to stingrays right from your overwater bungalows await in Bora Bora. These “water puppies,” as they are often called, inhabit the warm waters surrounding Bora Bora and neighboring islands. They have an affinity for humans, often coming right up to you for attention. Be careful not to swim directly over them or step on their long tails. And if you’ve ever wanted to get close to sharks, these sunlit, shallow tropical waters are abundant with blacktip reef and lemon sharks, along with an array of turtles and colorful reef fish.
Great Barrier Reef, Australia
For brilliant marine life and eye-popping coral, there’s nowhere better than the Great Barrier Reef. As the planet’s largest reef system, the Great Barrier Reef is made up of 2,900 individual reefs and coral cays stretching 1,400 miles off the Queensland shoreline. More than a thousand fish species, along with six species of sea turtles, inhabit the reef. Warming waters are causing the coral to bleach, and scientists predict that the reef could become extinct as soon as 2050. So, take in the unmatched beauty of the Great Barrier Reef before it’s too late. The best way to experience this year-round destination is on a boat tour to various spots from your basecamp in Cairns or Port Douglas.
Top 10 Job Portals In India
Finding a job has never been easier than the methods used today. The only requirements for today’s job seekers are registering with job portals, adding their professional and personal information, then let the website work its magic finding the top jobs that match their credentials.
So, here are the top 10 job portals in India which are so very useful for you to explore so many job opportunities across the globe.
Founded in the year 1997, the name of this company means “job”. One of India’s top job sites, Naukri.com, has expanded rapidly over the last couple of decades and created its name as a mammoth in Recruitment & staffing. There are 50 million users profiles on Naukri, and around 10,000 resumes get updated by the job seekers on this website daily. The company enjoys 60% of the market share in the Indian job search market. It is the biggest name when talking about the best Job portals in India. The sheer number of Job-seekers who find employment through this website is a testament to it.
Operated by times group, TimesJob is one of India’s best job sites. The Timesjob portal primarily focuses on the jobs related to the corporate sectors such as IT, BPO, and Banking. Their community sites TechGig.com offer Jobs that are related to IT sectors and technology. The Timesjob has a vast candidate base and lists Jobs from India & abroad for professionals and freshers alike. It is effortless to create your free account in the Timesjob site and upload your CV.
Founded in 2009, Freelancer.com, headquartered in Sydney, AU, has satellite offices in Vancouver, Southern California, London, Buenos Aires, Jakarta, and Manila. Freelancer.Com is a crowd sourcing marketplace global website where employers post jobs that freelancers bid to complete.
Freelancer.com offers a platform for connecting businesses seeking help in web design, app development, graphic design, data entry and product manufacturing with freelancers providing a bid to win the job.
Founded in 2004 and located in Austin,Texas, in the United States with offices throughout the world.Indeed.com is a single-topic employment search engine often referred to as a vertical search. Indeed.com is available in 60 countries in 28 languages.
Indeed.com is different than some job search engines in that it combines listings from staffing firms, company career pages, websites, associations, and job boards. Other ways the site stands alone is that it allows the job seeker to apply directly to the job as well as resume storage and posting.
Zigsaw is one of the fastest-growing job consultancy firms in India. They network with big companies and help Job-seekers find their Dream Job. All Jobs on Zigsaw are verified by a team of Recruitment Experts and assure guaranteed action on your Job-application within 48 hours of application. You can Register on Zigsaw to view 1000+ verified Jobs. It is entirely free for Job-seekers. Once you sign up on this website, they will deliver highly comprehensive and best solutions for talented individuals.
Monster is the world’s biggest job search engine and is definitely among India’s best job portals. You can almost call it Google of this job search world. Headquartered in the USA, Monster.com is a global behemoth that has made India the prime markets. While Monsterindia.com helps people find Jobs in India, their international counterpart monster.com can help Job-seekers discover international jobs. Thus, if you are a young professional searching for a mid-level position, then Monster has some best multinationals looking for your attention.
Created for recent graduates or young job seekers, FreshersWorld is an exclusive Job portal for fresh college pass-outs. Recruiters on Freshersworld mostly do not seek specialists OR list experience as a pre-requisite for Jobs. You may register free at FreshersWorld account and get email and SMS alerts for various Job information or offers from Private Job and Sarkari listings. For one, this website features more than 60,000 recruiters. It helps job seekers to get a lot of genuine job profiles and posts.
LinkedIn is no more a traditional job website. If you are a professional, you need to update your profile on this platform to increase your chances of finding a good job. The best part about this website is that it is positioned as the networking and job hunt platform for experts worldwide. Besides, your connections can also endorse you for different skills and give you recommendations. It can help prospective employers to have a good idea about your qualities ad skill sets.
Have you just started your career? Freshers Live is a website for you that can help you create your resumes and give proper training for job interviews in the private and public sectors. Suppose you’re the fresher and are rejected by many companies because of no experience; It is one best job hunt site for you that you need to sign-in.
Placement India is one of the most popular placement consultants in India. Once you check the website, you will find job listings from various fields like Education, IT, Telecom, Hospitality, and Real Estate. You have to enter your preferred location, skill sets, and click on its search button. There are categories to filter Jobs based on work-location, functions, walk-in jobs, skills, fresher jobs, and much more that makes your search simple. People who want to hire may post their job listings free on the website.
The top most job portals in india are listed here. Hope you find them all useful for your future career.
Top 10 Video Editing Applications
Video editing apps are essential in creating video content that people enjoy viewing. Video consumption has been on the rise since the pandemic, with more people accessing videos to entertain and educate themselves.
So, to create the extraordinary videos you’ll also need super amazing applications that will assist you in creating some of the breathtaking edits.
Adobe Premiere Rush
Content creators agree that this is among the best video editing apps available. It is compatible with iOS and Android devices. This cross-platform video editing software also allows you to finish your work on your macos or Windows laptop.
Adobe Premiere Rush allows fast and easy video editing on the go. It has a built-in camera feature with easy, intuitive controls that allows the users to shoot, edit and share with ease.
This widely used, feature-packed video editing app is exclusive to iOS devices. This is one of those good video editing apps that allow you to display your project on an external monitor.
LumaFusion has a user-friendly and spacious interface and customizable video editing features. It allows users to edit time-lapse videos; edit video format and resolution; add text, shapes and images in multi-layer titles; and insert transitions between frames.
This free video editing app works on iPhones. It offers trailer templates and movie themes that can transform ordinary videos into Hollywood-style movie trailers. It is one of the best video editing software for beginners because it is so simple to use. The templates help give novice users some informed artistic choices to enhance their videos.
This is one of the best video editing apps that are compatible with Android and iOS devices. Users can shoot, edit, and export videos right on their phones or tablets. KineMaster allows multiple layers of audio, video, text, images, and effects. This is one of the free video editing apps available. The free version has a watermark and cannot export videos at 1080p or 4K resolutions. The paid version has no watermark and can export videos with the said resolutions.
FilmoraGo’s simple and interactive user interface makes this one of the easiest video editing apps for beginners. It has templates that come with transitions, music, and titles so that all you’ll need to do is add your footage into it.
Users are also given more control over their projects if they choose not to use these templates. You can split, trim and rearrange video clips with ease. It also allows you to extract music from videos, blur the background, and enhance audio. It has interactive filters, themes, animated text, and stickers that help make the project look professional.
This is considered one of the best video editing software applications that run on iOS devices. Packed with 30 filters and 17 transitions and close to 200 fonts, users are able to come up with professional-looking videos easily. The free version watermarks your project and does not offer the complete set of filters.
This is a great option if you’re looking for inexpensive yet good video editing apps for mid-level editing projects. It is compatible with Android and iOS devices and has a free version that watermarks your project. You can pay $5 to remove the watermark and allow 1080p exports instead of the default 720p.
The app’s user-friendly interface allows users to edit scenes and arrange clips on a timeline. The app has transitions, titles, effects, and background music that you can add to your project.
Moovly is an online video editing app whose features are perfect for creating marketing content, such as explainer videos and tutorials. It has video templates, motion graphics, images, sounds, and music. It allows users to insert text and synchronize sounds. Users can also animate characters, which is something commonly seen in marketing videos and ads. Moovly is simple to use.
People looking for good video editing apps for family footages or lightweight and fun content should check out Apple Clips. This app allows users to create, edit and send video messages or upload video stories. You can enhance your videos with filters, emojis, music, animated text, and stickers. Clips allows you to compose your own songs using GarageBand and insert them into your project.
This is another free app that works on Android and iOS devices. The free version watermarks your video and you can remove this for $2.99. The list of features offered by InShot App is rather comprehensive. It allows you to shoot, crop, delete and merge your video clips. You can edit the video speed, add music and insert text.
These are the best video editing apps that you can find in the market. You can use them with or without subscription according to your preferences.
Top 10 Disney Princesses
A majority, if not, all of us grew up watching Disney movies, especially princess movies! From classics to new additions, let’s delve into our past favorites. So, I’ve listed down some of the most popular and elegant Disney Princesses of all time. Here they are,
Top 10 Things To Remember While You Start Your Own Business
Starting your own business is not always an easy task. It requires quite a lot of hard work and you need to put your heart and soul into what you do. The plan of starting a business will not always remain as a plan. It needs to be enforced. So, in this article, you will be getting a clearer picture of some things that you need to remember while you start your own business.
Make sure it’s right for you
Be brutally honest with yourself: are you the right person to start a business? Can you work long hours? Can you take pressure and criticism? Can you cope with financial insecurity? If your business struggled at first, would you keep going? Write down the reasons why you are starting a business and decide whether it’s right for you.
Know your market better
Carry out as much research as you can. Find out about your market, the demand, your competitors. Talk to potential customers, suppliers, competitors, distributors and ex-employees of competitors. Test your idea and test the market. This is a vital step before you write your business plan.
Write a business plan
This is essential. It’s your roadmap. Remember, it’s not set in stone; it’s always evolving, with your business and should include longer-term objectives, estimates and forecasts. Each step should, if possible, be measurable so you can gauge your success and so you can access funding and investment, if you need to.
Research your competitors
No matter what type of business you are starting or running, you will have competitors. Even if there is no other business offering exactly what you plan to sell, there is very likely to be other products or services your target customers are using to satisfy their need. To be successful, you need to research the competition and find out as much as possible about what they sell and how they sell it.
Plan to succeed
Ifyou’re not seeking investors or putting a huge sum of money into your business, you may not need an elaborate business plan, but you still do need a plan, one that specifies your goal, your destination and then lays out at least a skeletal roadmap for how you’ll get to where you want to go. The plan will change as you progress and learn more about your customers and competition, but it will still help you stay focused and headed in the right direction.
This is a biggie, since you’ll need to spend it and you’ll need to earn it. You might also need to secure it from a range of sources or even borrow it and there are many issues to consider when it comes to funding. You’ll need to keep a handle on your finances and you’ll need to have enough cash behind you to make your business work.
Even long- established, successful businesses need help to bounce around new ideas and growth plans so new businesses should never try to go it alone. The right advice, mentoring and support can help you with business planning, legal issues, IP and patents, funding and investment, research, design, prototyping and product development, premises, HR and employment issues, marketing, sales and much more.
Start on a small scale
Some people believe that entrepreneurs are risk-takers. But for the most part, successful entrepreneurs don’t like walking blindfolded on a limb. Instead, they take controlled risks. They test an idea on a small scale, then build on what works well, tweak what shows promise, and discard the disasters.
Do not give up
The difference between successful people and everyone else is that the successful people learn from their mistakes and move on. They don’t dwell on failure, blame the economy, curse their bad luck, or blame other people for their fate. If the path to their goal is blocked, they look for an alternate path or sometimes choose a different, more attainable goal.
Never stop learning
What’s profitable now, won’t necessarily be profitable next year or 10 years from now. So, don’t let yourself fall into the “this is the way I’ve always done things” rut. Keep your eyes and ears open for new things. Are there newer or better ways to market your products and services? Are customers asking for something you’re not offering? Is there a different type of customer you should be targeting? Get answers by reading everything you can about your industry and listening to your customers.
So, here are the most vital things that you must pay attention while you are working out to kickstart your own business.
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