There’s An Art To It

The Nightcap

Nightcap for 04/30/2019


“It is not sufficient to see and to know the beauty of a work. We must feel and be affected by it.” –

Selling on Amazon

For customers, doing business on Amazon is pretty straightforward.

Save for all the extra noise and inundation of advertisements and product placement – navigating the pages of Amazon are pretty simple: You go to the search bar, type in one you’re looking for, and scroll through until you find something you like.

But if you are a seller on Amazon, the process isn’t nearly as simple. Getting your product launched and live on the marketplace is only half the battle. Getting found and then converting that impression into a sale can be incredibly difficult… and pricey.

Explaining advertising and pay-per-click to those who aren’t familiar with the subject would be a novel, in and of itself. But let’s just say, getting your product found almost always requires heavy marketing and that could result in some black market operations in order to circumvent that kind of spending.

And this recent article out of Buzzfeed has uncovered that there’s a possibility that some people WITHIN Amazon might be involved.

New Girl, New Drinking Game

Drinking games are one of America’s favorite pastimes. It’s a possibility it could be a favorite pastime of MANY countries, but for some reason, I can’t picture a bunch of 18-year-old French kids playing Edwards 40 Hands, Flip Cup, or Corn Hole. But I could be wrong.

Regardless, drinking games are the best. I mean, who doesn’t like games and alcohol? It’s like summer camp for adults.

Well, if you ever watched the show New Girl, you may be familiar with an episode in which the gang plays a riveting drinking game called “True American.” And if you thought it was something that only existed in TV world – guess again!

Here’s how you play it.

Taylor Swift – ME!

Taylor Swift fans have been waiting for another hit from the super star for months… Luckily the wait is finally over!

Watch Taylor’s and Brendon’s (of Panic! At The Disco) new song here.