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Islamabad—Websites of companies, being the virtual face of entities, is an effective tool for dissemination of material information to the public. The Security Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP), as a first step in this direction, issued a notification dated July 10, 2014, requiring all public companies to maintain functional websites with effect from August 30, 2014, said a statement issued here by the commission. The aforementioned notification also prescribed relevant content to be displayed on the websites of companies. In order to facilitate the companies in understanding and implementing this mandatory requirement, the SECP also issued guidelines for companies to maintain their websites. In a subsequent notification on July 1, 2015, the companies were further required to place the web link of investor education portal, Jamapunji, on their websites. Consequently, keeping in view partial and convenience-based disclosure adopted by some companies, Circular 43 of 2015, was issued on December 2015 to reinforce that companies should display all, relevant information on their website by following the sequential order in line with the earlier directions of the Commission. Moreover, in view of the diversity of stakeholders, especially shareholders accustomed to Urdu, companies were directed to keep certain information in Urdu on their websites through its notification issued on December 10, 2015. For shareholders’ facilitation and pictorial guide to companies, snap shot of sample website (in English and Urdu), is also as placed on the SECP’s website. It is, however, noted that despite lapse of considerable time, companies are not adhering to directives in letter and spirit. The SECP, is thus rigorously seeking compliance by companies by issuing notices and initiating proceedings against defaulting companies. During the year ending June 2016, proceedings against 36 companies were initiated and concluded by issuing 28 orders. Since July 2016, 26 show-cause notices have been issued to defaulting companies and 11 orders have been issued. It is also noted with concern that companies are omitting or disclosing partial and distorted information regarding board of directors, financial statements and investor complaint mechanism.—APP
One of the big problems with technology is that you can’t stop the bad guys from using it – so if you were to create, say, a really useful remote access tool for collaborating and providing support, scammers might use it in their “Your PC is infected! Give us cash!” scams. Don’t let the antics of a few bad apples tarnish TeamViewer’s reputation, though: it’s a really useful app that’s been installed on more than 1 billion devices, only some of which belong to gullible pensioners. Why you need it TeamViewer offers instant online communication and remote access. You can quickly and securely connect to other devices anywhere in the world, share an online whiteboard, access audio or video from remote devices and record your sessions. If you’re in the kind of business where people think outside the box, run things up flagpoles and throw things at the wall to see what sticks, you’re in the kind of business where TeamViewer excels. But it’s not just for blab sessions. You can also use it to remotely control PCs, Windows Mobile and Android devices as if they were your own devices, which can save a great deal of time in tech support situations. Download here: TeamViewer Original Article
Have you ever wondered why famous YouTube personalities treat their channels as a full-time job? Well, the answer is simple! It’s because they earn handsome amount of money from their YouTube Channels and some of them get money just by doing reviews on a simple thing like the best at home laser for wrinkles reviews and many things like that. There can be many reviews that you may need or that you can do on YouTube, like comparing an insurance company with hgv insurance. Recently, New York Times did a profile on Olga Kay, a famous YouTuber, and revealed she has been earning $100,000 – $130,000 from her YouTube Channel per year ( thats $8.3k – 10.8k per month) for last three years. In the same way, many Pakistani social media celebrities (and even media channels) put their videos online on YouTube. Thanks to YouTube monetization, these YouTubers and TV channels make money when people watch their videos. This serves as a nice revenue stream for them. Does that not sound intriguing? In fact, even you can to earn money online by uploading videos on YouTube and bringing traffic to your YouTube channel. And here’s a guide to get you started. How to Earn Online via YouTube Here are simple rules: Make a YouTube Channel Make videos and upload to YouTube that will gather attention (read: viewers) You are going to make money (some pennies) for each video view (on average a dollar or two per 1,000 video views). YouTube provides opportunity for content producers to make money and to do that all you have to do is appeal to the viewers. Below are few steps you need to make to start earning money from YouTube. Step 1: Create a YouTube Channel Sign into your YouTube Account (your Google account can be used for that) Create a channel Step 2: Enable Your Channel for Monetization Sign into your YouTube account. Select your account information from top right and select Creator Studio. From left menu, select Channel > Status and features. Enable Monetization (Note: The option won’t be available if the account is disable for monetization). Accept the agreement. If somehow you are unable to enable Monetization for your channel then there could be several reasons. Some of them are mention here: Monetization Is Disabled For My YouTube Channel Step 3: Connect Your Channel To AdSense After enabling monetization for your YouTube Channel, you need to associate an approved AdSense accountwith your YouTube account. YouTube Analytics is used to keep track of the earning, which will only be paid if you comply with the YouTube payment threshold. Learn more about how to Get Paid By Linking AdSense to your YouTube Account Step 4: Review Video Criteria and Ad Formats For you to get paid, it is an absolute necessity to meet two criteria: Video Monetization Criteria Videos should be user friendly. The content should be your own to be promoted commercially. Copyrighted videos, or those that you copy from internet won’t work her You are able to provide documentation for the video and audio content used in videos. Video should comply with Terms of Service and Community Guidelines which can be found here. YouTube Advertising Formats Once monetized videos are enabled, several ads (see below for more information on type of ads) may appear next to your video. Step 5: Monetize Videos with Ads You are fully set up for the monetized videos with your AdSense account. You can now enable eligible videos to earn money from relevant ads. You can follow the follow steps to monetize one or more videos: For one video only: Follow these steps. For more than one video: Follow these instructions to monetize them. Additional tips to earn money from YouTube can be found here. What is CPM, RPM and eCPM? If you are serious about earning money from YouTube then you need to not only know these terms but also understand what they imply. CPM: CPM is cost of a thousand ad impressions for the advertiser to pay when their ad is showcased. Time, gender, content and factors like these affect CPM. CPM varies from .50 cents to over $10 per thousand impressions. It is seasonal, implying, CPM moves upward in holidays i.e. Christmas, Eid. English native countries have better CPM than rest. RPM and eCPM: RPM is revenue per thousand views. YouTube takes their 45% cut of ad revenue generated by the channel from total RPM. RPM and eCPM are similar. eCPM = Earnings ÷ Monetized playbacks × 1000 To properly understand earning, YouTube analytics is the best way to go. Here is a video to guide you through how to increase your CPM for YouTube. Do’s and Don’t of Earning from YouTube Do’s Make vidoes that may perform better, i.e. that are likely to be searched more Make videos that are interesting and may make users to watch them completely Make videos that are engaging, i.e. should be able to fetch comments, likes Compel users to subscribe to your channel Name your videos well, similarly add descriptions and tags appropriately so that your videos are indexed and are shown in search results Make a lot of videos, don’t give up on making videos. Market your videos to all possible channels (Facebook, Twitter) Don’ts Most important: Don’t copy paste Videos on YouTube. You will be caught (automatically) for any copyright violations and your may face account suspension soon Don’t make explicit videos or those that are not allowed by YouTube TOS Types of Videos you can Make: As mentioned above, your videos have to be interesting. And they must grab attention of your viewers. Here are some type of videos that you can experiment with: Images with voice over: Interesting facts, commentary on news items, opinions, or anything voiced over related images can make a good videoO Lists: Lists of anything, such as “10 best catches of all times”, “10 dangerous roads turns in the world” and so on. These videos could be voiced over or text-over images Tutorials: How to do’s of various things Reviews: Reviews of things that we use in daily life, such as review of Uber, Review of Zong 4G, Review of PIA Lahore to Karachi flight and so on Time lapse videos: They are loved by everyone. So essentially, if you got video making skills, shot anything that could grab views and upload it to YouTube and that’s it. Not to mention, it may take some time — up to few months — to get your first dollar. However, once you have good fan following, you can potentially make few thousand dollars a month.
All those rumours on an impending Microsoft desktop were right. Alongside a more customary offering inthe new Surface Book, Microsoft also took covers off its first ever All-in-One, the Surface Studio. With the Surface Studio, Microsoft has now properly triggered alarms for the Apple iMac with a formidable entry backed by the software-maker. “We totally believe that Surface changes the way you produce, the way you create, the way you learn. The product I’m going to show you is all of that — but it’s one step further. It’s going to seem familiar, but it’s going to feel different.” Panos Panay, Corporate VP of Devices For starters, the Surface Studio is the thinnest LCD monitor ever built, with a 12.5mm waistline. That’s not a deal-maker in itself but will leave a lot of people in awe anyway. The display itself measures 28-inch in size and has 13.5 million pixels, 63-percent higher than native 4K with 3840 x 2160 resolution. Interestingly, it also has an aspect ratio of 3:2. The screen’s hinge will be able to hold the display at any angle thanks to an intricate system of 80 springs. Another added twist is the single-click switching between DCI-P3 and RGB for a wider colour gamut range, what Microsoft calls “TrueColor”, something which the professionals will appreciate. Under the hood, you’ll get up to latest Intel Core i7 processor, 32 GB RAM and 4 GB Nvidia GeForce 980M graphics, along with a 2TB hybrid drive. Microsoft is making the Surface Studio compatible with a bunch of accessories. It comes with the Surface Pen and a companion keyboard, to add to the touchscreen. But one which will undoubtedly catch the light is the new Surface Dial. This circular paddle triggers a circular palette around it when placed on the screen, offering options of filters, brushes and more. It has a surface which is sensitive to touch, while it can also be used for rewinding and forwarding in between presentations. It is not necessary, but sure as hell is captivating. It will be supported by all recent Surface devices. As for the pricing, no one expected the Surface Studio to be cheap which it certainly isn’t. Starting at $2,999, the base model comes with a Core i5, 1TB hard drive, 8 GB RAM and a 2 GB graphics card. An additional $500 gets you a Core i7 and twice the RAM, while $4,200 gives you the specs mentioned above. Microsoft Surface Studio Specifications: Design: “Thinnest LCD Monitor ever” with 12.5mm thickness Aluminum chassis Display: 28-inch PixelSense (4,500 x 3,000) 192 DPI/13.5 million pixels, 3:2 aspect ratio Touch-enabled, support for sRGB and DCI-P3 colour gamut Internals: Processor: Quad-core 6th-gen SkyLake Intel Core i5/i7 processors RAM: 8GB/16GB/32 GB RAM, GPU: GeForce GTX 965M 2GB or 980M 4GB Storage: 1TB/2TB Hybrid Drive (SSD+HDD) Ports: 4xUSB 3.0, Mini DisplayPort, SD Card, Ethernet, 3.5mm headphone jack Speakers: 2:1 surround speaker system with Dolby Audio Premium Microphones: Dual microphones Cameras: 5.0MP front-facing 1080p with Windows Hello compatibility Image Source: ArsTechnica