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Jaana Nyström
Social Media coach and Entrepreneur.
Social Media coach and Entrepreneur.

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Wait, How Do Meteors Make Their Strange, Unearthly Noises?

"When a meteor passes high overhead, it’s sometimes possible for witnesses on the ground to hear distant noises.

At first blush, that shouldn’t be so strange — after all, a meteor crashing through the atmosphere shouldn’t be a silent event, right?"

Learn more:

#Science #Nature #Meteor #Phenomenon

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Here is one more shot of the flower bouquets in Nice flower market.

#Flowers #Market #France


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21 Social Media Marketing Tips for Small Businesses

"The social media universe can be an overwhelming place for small businesses. And, as a small business marketer, you’re likely strapped: for funds, time, and/or manpower.

That means you need to enter the space with a game plan, because without a game plan, social media marketing can be as much of an exercise in existential crises as Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland..."

Read on:

#Marketing #Socialmedia #Business

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It's Love your Pet day!

😻 ❤️

Don't forget to pamper your furry friends today.


+Simon's Cat #Cats #Caturday


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Now this is a great 🙂 shot from underwater!

#UWphotography #Scuba

Asking a subject underwater to smile usually falls on deaf ears, tell them it's the weekend and this is what happens...😆

Thuridilla Gracilis Nudibranch
Coron, Palawan, Philippines

Hope you all have a great weekend with plenty of diving!! 🐠🐟🐙🦀

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Lionfish Culling in the Cayman Islands

"Native to the Indo-Pacific, the beautiful but invasive lionfish is wreaking havoc on Caribbean reefs. Many nations, including the Cayman Islands, have resorted to lionfish culling to address the problem..."

Learn more:

#Caribbean #Lionfish #Scuba #Oceans #Predator

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Spring is coming early this year.
Lakes are still frozen but we have little snow...

#FinlandInYourStream   #Spring  
An old pine tree

This kind of dry, dead tree or snag is called "kelo" in Finnish.
Finns have used the snag wood to build villas, summer cottages and saunas.

"Snags are an important structural component in forest communities, making up 10-20% of all trees present in old-growth tropical, temperate, and boreal forests. Snags and downed coarse woody debris represent a large portion of the woody biomass in a healthy forest..."

See more in Wikipedia:

I shot the photo in Central Finland.

#Snag #Kelo #Forest #Wood #Nature #Finland #FinlandExplorer


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Travelling to Dubai?

See all the tips from Google Local Guides!

Things to see and do...

#Travel #Dubai #LocalGuides #Traveltips

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Thanks +Peggy K for the Google product tips!

#Google   #Tips   #News  
New this week: YouTube creators, Google Maps gets social, Facebook community & more

My top updates this week, in and out of the Googleverse:

* YouTube now lets creators fix videos with unrelated or misleading tags

* YouTube Star PewDiePie lost lucrative deals with Maker/Disney and YouTube after the Washington Post wrote about his anti-Semitic stunts. Much hand-wringing ensues

* Twitter begins implementing new anti-harassment measures

* Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has a manifesto: Building a global community

* Google Maps gets social,now lets you create and share location lists

Plus there are more tips and updates for YouTubers, Live Streamers, Blogger bloggers, AdSense Publishers, Project Fi customers and more.

Get all this week's tips and updates:


* 21 February: Google Webmasters Office Hours Hangout

* 23 February: Google Partners Livestream: Digital Transformation: Brand Solutions with Elisabet Manyosa Blasi

* 23 February : #AskAdSense office hours

* * 24 February:* Google Webmasters Office Hours Hangout

* * 28 February:* YouTube Fan Funding retired

The Great Backyard Bird Count is February 17-20. Learn more and sign up to start counting today:

The image is Starling (Winter Plumage) from The birds of the British Isles and their eggs. (1919)

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Mouthbrooders: Male fishes guarding eggs in their mouth

I took the photo of a mouthbrooding jawfish below, in the Philippines, near Busuanga island.

Read on to learn more:

"Many fathers might find themselves with their hands full when looking after their children, but this fish has his mouth crammed full with scores of his offspring.
Among yellow-headed jawfish - which are mouthbrooders - it is the male that takes responsibility for looking after the eggs until they hatch..."

Read more:

#Mouthbrooders #Jawfish #UnderwaterPhotography #Scuba #Nature

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