Where Can I Find TV Show Spoilers?

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Some people simply love to know what will happen in a TV show or in a movie before they actually see the end of an episode. Others simply despise this and will hate it in the event that someone spoils the ending of a movie. Since you are here, we will assume that you are in the first category. It is really important that you realize the fact that there are sites out there that will offer fake spoilers. They have to be avoided and we will highlight some really simple ways in which you can find the spoilers you are looking for. Believe it or not, everything is much simpler than you may think at the moment.

Specialized Movie News Sites

Most of the well-known movie sites will frequently offer spoilers. You just need to be subscribed and you will receive news as soon as the site has it. It is not at all difficult to find spoilers ranging from what will happen in wrestling shows that are broadcasted on TV to Days Of Our Lives spoilers.

Personal Blogs

People that frequently watch a specific talk show and that have blogs may actually publish spoilers. Sometimes this happens without them even realizing that they do this as they discuss what happens in a specific episode. The great thing about this option is that you can so easily make sure that the spoilers that are presented are accurate since the blogger actually watched the ending before blogging. This is a certainty that does not always appear when dealing with the larger websites.


Most people do not know much about how to use the advanced YouTube search feature. You can take advantage of this by simply looking at the latest videos that are uploaded in the past 24 hours. After a show is off the air, there will be some YouTube channel hosts that will review TV show episodes. You can see exactly what they believe and find out what happened. In some cases the spoilers even include video footage.

Movie Lover Forums

There are some movie forums out there that are dedicated to a specific TV show and there are some that are general. In both situations you can ask questions and get answers while also seeing threads that are especially created to highlight spoilers that some people want to read. While in some cases what is presented is just a rumor, many of the forums do offer accurate information since the forum members have some inside sources that they use.

As you can so easily notice, there are many options that are available for those that are looking for TV shows and movie spoilers. These are just some that are really popular and you can even find spoilers on review sites. While that is definitely great, you should still double check all the spoilers that you find. Not all of those that are found on the internet are what actually happens. Some are just what some fans would want to see so double checking is a really good idea.

Interview with Kyra Williams of TheGoodDeal.co.uk about Classified Ads

December 18, 2014 by  
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Interview with Kyra Williams of TheGoodDeal.co.uk about Classified Ads

Online classified ads are very popular nowadays. Everybody uses them to look for a flat to rent, to sell a second-hand car or to find a new job. They might all look the same, but they are not!

How can a classifieds website be different? We talked about this with Kyra Williams of www.thegooddeal.co.uk  , the new classified ads website powered by the Padawan Group, an international company with over 20 similar sites all over the world.

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Kyra, Tell us the story behind your classified ads site.

The creation of the Padawan classifieds sites was brought to life after the CEO’s Alexandre and Mathias online hunt to find the rarest Star Wars figurines, to add to their noteworthy collection proved to be getting more and more difficult. Throughout the years the dynamic duo, had managed to locate and secure their prized possessions, but as you can imagine, after years of collecting they soon exhausted all of their usual connections.

Turning to online classified seemed like the next best thing, however the online hunt proved to be more frustrating than anything as most of the sites they frequented had the items incorrectly categorized or not categorized at all. Just when they would find something that piqued their interest from one seller, they would quickly be let down as there was no way to view or filter all of the seller’s items at once.

The simple lack of organisation and accessibility seemed to be a trend on classified sites, one which Alexandre and Mathias both decided needed to be changed. With that notion in mind, the revolution of the classified market begun. To this very day Alexandre and Mathias along with the rest of the Padawan Family are still dedicated to providing a high quality, innovative customer-centric solution platform that continues to stand out in the crowded market place.

How do you promote this customer-centric platform to new users?

In order for us to effectively promote our platform, we like to think like a consumer. Every step we take is carried out with our users in mind. So the most important factor for us is having something worthwhile to promote. After all, actions speak louder than words. We have really started embracing the power behind social media to gain exposure. Social media has become a valuable time investment for us as it allows us maintain a direct channel with our customers. We also blog regularly, upload multimedia to YouTube and we never hesitate to publish a press release once we reach a milestone. Lastly, we invest a lot of resources to SEO activities.

What sets you apart from other popular classified sites?

One word: Passion. We’re extremely passionate about putting our customers at all the heart of our activities. When it comes down to it, they are as much of Padawan as we are. Without them there is no us. We’ve designed our online propositions with their needs in mind so we can improve their online shopping experiences.

There have been lots of reports of online scammers, using platforms like this. How do you prevent online scams?

First and foremost, we do not take online security lightly. All of our ads are manually reviewed before they are published. If somehow a suspicious ad manages to slip through the cracks, we have the option for users to flag the ad, which will then bring it to our attention so we can then make an informed decision to remove the ad or not. We also post safety tips on both our website and blog site. We can’t stress enough that users need to remain vigilant when online and should never complete a transaction outside of our website and under no circumstance should users give out their personal details.  We also encourage users to use our social media integration, which allows users to share their ads with their own networks of friends and family. It’s generally easier and safer to sell to people that you already know.

What are your future plans for 2015 and beyond?

For the foreseeable future we plan to continue growing and expanding our Padawan family. We are want to become a household name and will continue working towards achieving that goal. We really are here to shake up the market and would love for you to join us on this journey. The more the merrier!

Easy advertising for charity events

November 28, 2014 by  
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Easy advertising for charity events

If you’re running a Christmas event, fund-raiser or charity event, finding ways to advertise are crucial. There are plenty of tried and tested methods and it can depend on the type of event as to how much advertising you’ll need to do. If it’s a one-off event there are some easy advertising tricks, while for groups and organisations who run regular events, there are some secrets to making the most of your advertising material.

The paparazzi

The local media will be important for promotion and can act as a free source of advertising for local events. Any good cause that benefits the local community will be of interest to local journalists and broadcasters. Even the smallest publication is likely to be hungry for content, so don’t think that you’ll be turned away! You can create a press release but it pays to make a call to the editor in question. Old fashioned phone calls tend to get attention better than emails, with which editors are often swamped; focus on the local angle and why the story needs telling.

Easy advertising options

Flyers and banners are two of the oldest known advertising tools. Despite the fact that most things seem to have gone online these days, local events (charity or otherwise) are still best advertised with real, solid advertising. Banner producers can be sourced nationally or locally and banners can be reused, if you avoid specific dates on the banner itself. The phrase, “see website for details” can be substituted, meaning you can reuse the banner for another similar event. You can use flyers to target busy places using volunteers – markets, malls and other shopping areas are good places to get maximum exposure in your community.

Talking of websites

Don’t forget the wonders of the world wide web. If your organisation has a website, set up a specific blog to advertise your event (or ask for volunteers), tweet about the event, add details to Facebook; it all helps to get the word out! You can even record a video and post it on YouTube.

Corporate sponsors

Offer advertising for local businesses at your event in return for sponsorship. Companies which are supporting you will be glad of the free advertising on your website (keep it off banners though if you want to reuse them!). As well as sponsorship, you can ask them to distribute flyers with their own promotional material in their offices or retail spaces.

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