The Fall Of Cracked Magazine & Decline Of Cracked.com

CRACKED Magazine was founded in 1958, and they didn’t ever try to hide the fact that they were a MAD Magazine Rip-off. They even had a Mascot that looked just like MAD‘s mascot. Left: Sylvester P. Smythe (CRACKED) Right: Alfred E. Newman (MAD) At its height of fame CRACKED magazine it sold 200,000-300,000 monthly issues. […]

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Stardew Valley Android Version: One Of The Best Games I’ve Ever Played

There are those games you install then delete. There are games that you play only because your bored, and there are games you enjoy. Stardew Valley is one of those rare games that you never grow tired of. It’s the type of game that helps get you through the day, just because you know that […]

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Using WordCamps To Get & Give Guest Posts, Views, Likes, And Subs

What is a WordCamp? Well as WordCamp.org says WordCamps are WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like you. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other. You may see an “Informal community-organized” whatever. What I see is a way to meet […]

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Should You Have Paid Access Only Content On Your Site? Yes Or No?

I can tell you right now that this greatly depends on site traffic, and funding. People who own websites are always looking for new ways to get more money for their articles, and posts. One of those ways is paid members only content, and we’re going to discuss if you should have that, yes? Or […]

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“Seattle Looks Like Shit” Facebook Page Is A Realistic Look At Seattle

So far over 40,000 people have liked a Facebook page titled “Seattle Looks Like Shit”, and I’m here to tell you how accurate that page actually is. I love Washington (state), the state is amazing, but the cities are a whole different story. It’s truly the towns that make this a great state. When most […]

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