VA wow Female Condom And Sex Toy Claims 100% Orgasm Rate
- Thursday, 16 April 2015 13:57
The female condom protects women from sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), unwanted pregnancies, and most recently, prevented anti-climactic sex. IXu LLC, a Michigan-based condom company, developed a new wearable-tech product for women, the VA w.o.w., that has a 100 percent orgasm rate by the fourth time of use. The condom, which features a vibrating star- or heart-shaped sleeve, keeps it from slipping too far into the vagina while also increasing her pleasure.
The combination of basic female condoms with miniaturized electronic sex toys is due to the rising popularity of these adult novelties. They are being sold now in neighborhood drugstores next to condoms. A 2014 study found an equal number of both men and women bought sex toys off the UK retailer Lovehoney, with the average ordering totaling $59, although men spent about 19 percent more on average than women did on the site. These men were also more likely to pay for next-day shipping.
The surfacing of sex toys in the global market compelled the company to commercialize the technology of “smart” condoms with miniaturized electronic sex toys. The combination of these two items creates a “hi-tech hybrid condom” that “works!” according to the press release. The vibrating ring’s Bluetooth-capability provides safe sex while ensuring an orgasm. This addresses the Gates Foundation contest criteria that IXu met: “a new condom people would prefer to use — even more than using no condom at all.”
Similar to other female condoms, VA w.o.w., can be inserted up to eight hours before sex, while the outer ring prevents it from getting pushed inside the vagina during sex. Now, compared to other condoms on the market, this condom guarantees an orgasm, based on a user survey. The company found out of 50 women between the ages of 20 and 40 who tried the vibrating condom, 70 percent achieved an orgasm on first use, 84 percent on second use, and 100 percent by fourth use.
Woman Orgasms 300 Times a Day
How to Attract Customers Through Pinterest
- Thursday, 16 April 2015 01:01
In his book Success Secrets of the Online Marketing Superstars, Mitch Myerson introduces you to 22 innovators who have redefined the developing landscape of online marketing. Learn how to master proven strategies, avoid costly mistakes and grow your business. In this edited excerpt, contributing author and social media expert Beth Hayden offers reasons and tips for why and how you should use Pinterest to promote your business.
In a sea of other social networking options, there are a number of reasons why you may want to pay attention to Pinterest—the networking site that allows users to create online image collages, then share those collages (called “pinboards”) with other Pinterest users—and possibly move it up on your list of marketing priorities. Check out these stats:
You may have heard that Pinterest is only good for marketing physical products (like jewelry or clothes) and that the social media tool can only be used to market to women. Those rumors are untrue: Pinterest is great for marketing just about any product or service, no matter who your target audience is.
It only takes a few moments to create your Pinterest business account. Once your account’s set up, you can create online collages (“boards”) for different topics you’re interested in, then add images and videos to your boards by “pinning” them. The interface is fast, slick and fun.
A lot of the content on Pinterest (up to 85 percent, according to recent figures) is “repinned” from other users—so you can make yourself stand out by regularly introducing cool new content from outside websites and blogs. And always keep your target audience in mind when you’re pinning—you want to regularly pin content that your prospects and customers will find useful, interesting or entertaining.
BREAKING: You Can Now Implant A Permanent Vibrator In Your …
- Tuesday, 14 April 2015 09:00
Tired of buying vibrators, only to make sad effort to hide them at the first sound of a doorbell? Trust us, you’re not the only one. Sex toy manufactures try helping their customers maintain a certain discretion by making vibrators smaller or shaping them as cosmetic products.
But what if you had the option to have you vibrator on — or in? — you?
Well, thanks to Fun Factory’s Orgasmia this may be a possibility soon, with a new vibrator implant!
It sounds crazy, but apparently German doctors developed a V-shaped vibrating implant, that does just that.
The Orgasmia makes sure to hit the right spot, by having “clitoral legs” in order to stimulate the clitoris from within. You will be able to control it through Bluetooth technology, meaning you’d be able to control it with your smart phone or other electronic devices compatibile with Bluetooth.
Fun factory brags (and teases) via their website, “The device can be used on its own for hands-free orgasms, to enhance the experience of sex with a partner, or to address a variety of sexual complaints, including unsatisfying intercourse, extended separation from a partner, or even lack of time for sex. Even better than the long-awaited ‘female Viagra,’ Orgasmia gives women control over their arousal and pleasure.”
Woman Orgasms 300 Times a Day
10 Free Online Courses That Can Benefit Every Entrepreneur
- Monday, 13 April 2015 09:00
Here are ten free online courses that every entrepreneur can benefit … cover everything from the correct framework, marketing, outsourcing and …
Every entrepreneur can benefit from continued education. Whether you are just starting out and handling multiple roles within your company or an experienced business owner — enrolling in an online course is always a good way to improve your knowledge and has never been easier or more affordable.
Long gone are the days of taking evening classes at local colleges and paying tuition. You can now take excellent courses in the comfort of your own home for free.
Here are ten free online courses that every entrepreneur can benefit from.
This two-hour video course by Docstoc CEO Jason Nazar takes his real-world experience and breaks it into several video lessons that discuss all the important steps of running a successful business, from vetting an idea and raising money from investors to scaling and growth strategies.
There are a lot of coaching and training programs online that are put together by individuals that don’t have real business experience. They make their money by teaching and not by doing. Nazar’s insight is truly valuable because he has been there. He has used the information he is sharing to grow Docstoc into a successful business.
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Real Men Don’t Emoji
- Monday, 13 April 2015 08:00
… particularly in the context of romance, when they are given to texting the … piece of communication or a message from an adult with an emoji.
A new digital divide has popped up, and at its animated heart is a winky face with a tongue sticking out. (Mark Pernice/The New York Times) — NO SALES; FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY WITH STORY SLUGGED MEN EMOJI BY MATT HABER. ALL OTHER USE PROHIBITED. —
Right now, it’s likely that someone you know is texting a thumbs-up image to confirm a meeting or maybe sending off a friendly ghost emoji to a friend.
Men aren’t comfortable with emoji. Women embrace them, but given their resemblance to the stickers that adorn the notebooks of schoolgirls, not to mention their widespread adoption as the lingua franca of tweens and teens everywhere, emoji strike terror in hearts of many a man.
“Women tend to be more overtly expressive in language,” said John McWhorter, a linguist who teaches at Columbia University.
He would like to see men face their emoji fears head on — or, thumbs on, as the case may be. Emoji, he said, allow for an expressive, human way of translating the spoken word into text, with the goofy symbols providing a texter or tweeter with the means to convey tone.