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Friday, December 15, 2017

Nip/Tuck' Creator Cuts New Deal

Nip/Tuck' Creator Cuts New Deal

Murphy stays with FX show, will develop for FOX

Every year, it seems, there's some question about whether "Nip/Tuck" creator Ryan Murphy will remain with the series. And every year, he's ultimately decided to stick with it.

FX and some of its fellow News Corp. properties are rewarding Murphy for that loyalty with a big new deal that includes a fifth season of "Nip/Tuck" and development agreements with studio 20th Century Fox TV and the FOX network.

"'Nip/Tuck' is one of the most wonderfully strange and original television series ever produced -- and it consistently delivers some of the best episodes on television," says John Landgraf, president of FX. "We felt we owed 'Nip/Tuck's' fans and FX's viewers nothing less than Ryan Murphy's inimitable vision for the series."

Under the new deal, which reportedly runs into eight figures over the next three-plus years, Murphy will remain the showrunner of "Nip/Tuck" (which Warner Bros. TV produces) for its fifth season, which will run for 22 episodes. That's the show's biggest order ever; no previous season has lasted more than 16 episodes.

The new season will also include a change in location: When we last saw plastic surgeons Sean McNamara (Dylan Walsh) and Christian Troy (Julian McMahon), they had relocated from Miami to Los Angeles and were on the verge of opening an L.A. practice.

The contract also calls for Murphy to develop new series for 20th Century Fox TV, with FOX getting the first look at any such project. Peter Ligouri, FOX's president of entertainment, ran FX when "Nip/Tuck" premiered in 2003.

"Since my first meeting with Ryan, it was clear that he has a unique, singular voice," Ligouri says. "Working closely with him and watching his star rise, I admire his zeal, dedication and creative courage. It's a great day for FOX to announce our partnership."

In addition to his "Nip/Tuck" work, Murphy also created The WB series "Popular" and wrote and directed the feature film "Running with Scissors." His next film project, "Dirty Tricks," is in pre-production.


 


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Thursday, September 28, 2017

Blogger's Paycheck - The Real Deal Or Not?

Blogger's Paycheck - The Real Deal Or Not?

I couldn't wait to get my hands on bloggers paycheck when John Yeo first announced to the internet marketing community about its launch. It had the promise of be able to take a beginner and teach them the blogging techniques that could earn them $ 1000s every month. It made the promise that you could quit your job and have a passive stream of full time income being generated from your blog.


Now some may think that promises like this are a scam and you are correct in thinking that. You should very well be weary of promises like this from complete strangers. However the author, John Yeo, happens to be a very successful blogger with a blog making him a full time income from home. Essentially he can walk his talk and prove that his methods work.


For somebody aspiring to make money on the internet and be able to quit their painstaking job, they should strive to model after success. Modeling a proven system that has worked for many people is the key to being successful online. Once you know how to do it then replicating the process become easier, faster, and more lucrative.


In John Yeo's Blogger Paycheck he not only provides step by step instructions for every detail of the blogging process but he also teaches you how to successful market your blog and make the big money blogging.


He offers a vast amount of useful advice that I have not seen in any other blogging guide. Many guides don't reveal what John has to offer for his readers. If you like authors who genuinely like to help others solve their problems then I have to say John Yeo is one of those authors


I must admit that the course feels like it has been written for a 13-year old kid but his aim was to break his methods down as simple as possible so that anybody could replicate his strategy. His very same strategy has helped me create my presence online and start earning money.


If you have not heard of bloggers paycheck and you are looking for a successful method that has helped a countless number of other bloggers get over the hump, then it is worth your time to look into bloggers paycheck.



There are many aspects of bloggers paycheck that I can't fit into this article but I have a full review posted on my blog for others to see here -> Blogger's Paycheck Review




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Monday, August 14, 2017

Google strengthens real-time search with Twitter deal

Google strengthens real-time search with Twitter deal

Internet giant Google has strengthened its real-time search engine offering with the inclusion of promoted tweets. The deal with Twitter is likely to make the micro-blogging website much more appealing to SEO agencieswho want to get their clients to the top of Google's search engine results pages. Promoted tweets are already a part of some businesses' forward-thinking search engine optimisationstrategies and their inclusion in Google results will make them infinitely more useful as a marketing tool.


They allow advertisers to prioritise their visibility on Twitter's site.The deal is a first for Google. As well as ramping up the firm's social search capabilities, something which it has been working on for some time, it is the first time that the search firm has allowed a third party to directly advertise on its search engine results pages without resorting to Adwords.


Of course, tech-savvy businesses have been using natural search engine optimisationtechniques to climb the Google rankings for years, but this is the first time that a company can get a head start simply by paying for a priority spot on a third party site - in this case Twitter. The loosening of Google's marketing rules and regulations is expected to open the floodgates to other potential marketing deals, which could change the face of search engine optimisation for good.


On the other hand, the deal could be just Google's way of countering a deal between search engine alternative Bing and the world's most popular social networking website, Facebook. The two signed a deal earlier this year which promoted the latter's 'liked' items on the former's search engine results pages. Having said that, Google is probably just thinking of the money. After all, the deal with Twitter is based on an undisclosed revenue sharing model. So just by altering its search results to include a few prioritised tweets, Google could substantially increase its revenue - particularly as there are so many Twitter users out there.


Whatever the future holds for real-time search, it is clear that search engine optimisationis starting to become heavily integrated with social media and other digital marketing platforms.



Mediarun is a search engine optimisation company in London providing search engine marketing, pay per click advertising and social media services to clients with quality traffic.