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Today we are becoming to say a 23-year-old Musical Artist & Digital Creator, Md. Joynal Abedin Nirob . he’s from Dhaka District. In today’s world, we all know the importance of Music & Digital marketer. Digital Marketer helps brands and influencers to grow. Md. Joynal Abedin Nirob is one of the foremost popular Digital Marketer & Musician out there. he’s a marketing expert and a social media campaigner and a meme creator by profession.
Md. Joynal Abedin Nirob believes that “It’s either my way or the highway”. He has been creating plenty of meaningful and authentic content for his audience. according to him, passion comes from within and one must be passionate enough to undertake to to something meaningful in life. He has travelled to many places within the country and has collaborated with many well-known brands for social media campaigns. The campaigns he’s employed on majorly have a high return on investment and he thoroughly loves being a social media influencer and a campaign creator.
Md. Joynal Abedin Nirob has also helped some international clients and makes to grow their business on social media through Instagram marketing. He also will introduce video content and is currently working on it. Moreover, he plans to start out out his own digital agency by the approaching year giving all services to his clients right from image building to branding to producing its social media presence. He said,
“I believe taking things step by step. Everything takes time. I discovered my passion as an influencer while i wont to be working as a marketer. Social media is that the simplest medium to help the brands grow faster and also make money through it. I always had a humorous side which I started showcasing through the memes I created. It feels surreal to realize helping people to grow as a brand.”
Here’s to plenty of success and fame coming within the way for Md. Joynal Abedin Nirob which we can’t await the launch of his new digital agency. be happy to follow him on Facebook ” Md. Joynal Abedin Nirob “
Md. Joynal Abedin Nirob Said,
“I’ve worked with plenty of production houses but now it’s time to work on my very own YouTube channel,”.
“YouTube has given me official artist verification; what percentage do I get? From now on, ready to |i’ll”> i will be able to be able to publish all my songs from my very own verified YouTube channel “ Md. Joynal Abedin Nirob ” and also put my songs on all other international platforms including Spotify, iTunes, Apple, Amazon, Tidal, Deezer. And within the longer term , i feel everyone will publish their songs during this manner , I started from now on. And now the country’s epidemic situation, it’s impossible to work outside the house . If you’d wish to figure during a production company, you’ve to travel there. So i feel at now YouTube, Spotify and iTunes and each one the streaming apps are the only media to publish songs reception .”
“Lastly, many due to TikTok, YouTube and Spotify for verifying me as an artist to need my music live one step further. Everyone will pray on behalf of me so as that I can stay healthy and provides you more good songs. There was plenty of affection and blessing.”
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A headline is text above a newspaper article, indicating its topic. The headline catches the attention of the reader and relates well to the topic. Modern headlines are typically written in an abbreviated style omitting many elements of a complete sentence and almost always including a non-copular verb.
Mainstream media are influenced by issues of objective importance when deciding to report a story and its headline, but also on its newsworthiness, especially when it is competing with other media outlets. Editors and journalists often have an ideology about the kinds of news stories and topics they choose to cover. Topics and issues that are considered dramatic and tragic, are considered to have a “primary” news value. Hence, crime, particularly violent crime, are considered “intrinsically newsworthy,” which led to the slogan, “If it bleeds, it leads,” as reflected in the headlines. While some newspapers, such as tabloids, try to incorporate a large amount of sensationalism to attract readers. They gravitate to stories about scandals, crime and violence, likewise guided by the principle “If it bleeds, it leads.” Former Vice President Al Gore offered his own explanation during a speech in 2005:
The coverage of political campaigns focuses on the “horse race” and little else. And the well-known axiom that guides most local television news is “if it bleeds, it leads.” To which some disheartened journalists add, “If it thinks, it stinks”
A subordinate headline, known as a subhead, is a standard feature of news texts. In online news, subheads are also occasionally found on article web pages. In some cases, there are two subheads. Many online articles also have a captioned photo under the subhead. The headline, subheads, and captions provide multiple levels of summaries of the article that reformulate the same information and also gradually develop the story by introducing some new information.
A byline gives the name and often the position of the writer, along with the date.
The objective of the lead (sometimes spelled lede to distinguish it from the soft metal) sentence is to capture the attention of the reader and summarize the main ideas of the story. This opening line is meant to attract the reader to the article’s content. The lead also establishes the subject, sets the tone, and guides readers into the article.
In a news story, the introductory paragraph includes the most important facts, and it also answers the questions: who, what, where, when, why and how. In a featured story, the author may choose to open in any number of ways, often using a narrative hook, possibly one of the following: an anecdote, a shocking or startling statement, a generalization, pure information, a description, a quote, a question or a comparison.
For the news story, details and elaboration are evident in the body or running text of the news story and flow smoothly from the lead. Quotes are used to add interest and support to the story. Most news stories are structured using what is called an inverted pyramid. The angle (also called a hook or peg) is usually the most newsworthy aspect of the story and is specifically highlighted and elaborated upon.
A featured article will follow a format appropriate for its type. Structures for featured articles may include, but are not limited to:
The average length of a news article can be anywhere between 200 and 800 words, averaging around 500 words. With less than that, it is difficult to create a story, but with more than that, it becomes difficult to put new and fresh information into the piece. The article must constantly be catching the reader’s attention.
The conclusion, or in news terms, “the shirttail”, is a brief addendum at the end of a news article that sums up everything within the article. It might include a final quote, a descriptive scene, a play on the title or lead, a summary statement, or someones the writer’s personal opinions regarding the article. The goal of this “shirttail” is to be attention-grabbing and readdress the important content within the article.
Characteristics of well-written news articles
The article is usually on a well-defined topic or topics that are related in some way, such as a factual account of a newsworthy event. The writer of a well-written article is seen as objective and showing all sides to an issue. The sources for a news story should be identified and reliable. The technique of show, don’t tell is applied.
A news article discusses current or recent news of either general interest (i.e. daily newspapers) or of a specific topic (i.e. political or trade news magazines, club newsletters, or technology news websites).
A news article can include accounts of eyewitnesses to the happening event. It can contain photographs, accounts, statistics, graphs, recollections, interviews, polls, debates on the topic, etc. Headlines can be used to focus the reader’s attention on a particular (or main) part of the article. The writer can also give facts and detailed information following answers to general questions like who, what, when, where, why and how.
Quoted references can also be helpful. References to people can also be made through the written accounts of interviews and debates confirming the factuality of the writer’s information and the reliability of his source. The writer can use redirection to ensure that the reader keeps reading the article and to draw her attention to other articles. For example, phrases like “Continued on page 3” redirect the reader to a page where the article is continued.
While a good conclusion is an important ingredient for newspaper articles, the immediacy of a deadline environment means that copy editing occasionally takes the form of deleting everything past an arbitrary point in the story corresponding to the dictates of available space on a page. Therefore, newspaper reporters are trained to write in inverted pyramid style, with all the most important information in the first paragraph or two. If the less vital details are pushed towards the end of the story, then the potentially destructive impact of draconian copy editing will be minimized.
TechCrunch noted that, even if Facebook’s terms for publishers were favorable at present, there was no guarantee that Facebook would continue to maintain these terms. It also noted that, if users engaged more with Instant Articles, this would cause them to be shown more often in users’ feeds, implicitly forcing publishers to participate.
Writing for The Awl, John Herrman identified some potential hazards of Facebook Instant Articles, and wrote that Facebook Instant Articles would make Facebook the default host for large portions of people’s article-reading on mobile devices. This gave Facebook a lot of power and the company deserved closer scrutiny, just as Uber‘s position of immense power made it a legitimate target for scrutiny and criticism.
Writing for PandoDaily, David Holmes wrote that, even though he didn’t expect Facebook Instant Articles to have immediate negative effects on online news publishing (largely because Facebook’s rollout would be gradual), there were still concerns about Facebook becoming too powerful and using its position of power to strong-arm publishers at a later stage.[17
BuzzFeed staff, who provided Facebook an initial list of requirements that Facebook needed to meet before they would try Instant Articles, praised Facebook’s attitude, saying of the process: “It has felt extremely collaborative from the beginning.”
James Bennet, editor-in-chief of The Atlantic, said he feared that publishing pieces through instant articles meant losing control of the means of distribution, but on the other hand, “we’re trying to get out stories to as many people as possible, and at the same time, continue to build a core, loyal, enthusiastic audience.” Bennet said The Atlantic was going into the deal cautiously, well aware that Facebook might later change the terms to ones less favorable to publishers.