We often come across kids next to our house who holds extremely innovative thinking power that might be funny for us but we just need to appreciate their smart reasoning. Some students just ignore to be too geeky and be remarkably hilarious instead. There is no prominent creative energy on this planet than a jaded and desperate student. Till now, we’ve seen kids around the world troll their teachers with incredibly intelligent and witty answers in their exams. We’ve even seen teachers response with fairly outstanding comebacks. The scores of a student in an examination can never really judge whether they’re talented or having a notably elevated intelligence, but its challenge can draw out the hilarious humor out of them!
The internet is a sturdy platform for bringing someone, or something to notice and making them even more popular. The skill of dodging hard or just plain complex examination questions was brought to the cyber limelight way back when the initial humorous or trolling sites were commencing to attain reputation. Here are the hilarious and witty answers of kids in their examinations that literally trolled teachers and the parents.
1. Kid’s snarky answer to critical thinking question is far too genuine…!
Well, this kid may not have written the answer correctly how the teacher was expecting, but they also weren’t mistaken. Instead, this kid truly answered in a genuine way that even impressed the teacher a lot giving the kid credit.
“Suppose you want to build a house on this land and still protect its natural resources. What could you do? How would it protect the natural resources?” the question asks.
“You can just forget about the house,” the student responds.
2. Kid’s Hilarious mistake on a multiple-choice question should really get an option A.
Probably, this kid might have got confused in what to circle. He might have thought that Circle One is the first option and finally picked it as the right one.
3. This Kid has ruthlessly honest response when asked about studying!
Another day, another inadvertently hilarious comment from a naive kid. Whatever it might be, this kid is just a fully matured adult, lying for false Internet points. Well, if it was a kid, at least, they were being quite honest and straightforward.
4. Most Ambitious Child seeks to get 1 more week off with a believable letter.
A 7-year-old Cara G, helped her parents in retrieving the mail on Sunday, a day that every adult knows there is no postal service.
The kid returned with an extremely believable letter from her elementary school that read, “The school company is taking a brake [sic] so the kids will get one more week of school off.”
For a great step and to make it look completely legit, Cara was then asked to sign her name. She should reasonably get an extra week off just for being quite impressive.
5. A 3rd Grade Kid cleverly uses ‘Netflix and chill’ to shut down Donald Trump.
These days, it seems like nothing can hinder Donald Trump. Just look at the brilliance of a third grader and his excellent Netflix-and-chill logic.
Bayan Sabouri, an ESL assistant teacher in Columbus, Ohio, shared the letter with the caption “third graders should run this country.”
Don’t dare enough to argue with this kid after looking at his reasoning against Trump’s immigration policy. Nobody wants to live in a world without Netflix.
6. Kindergartener excellently explains how they got to the wrong answer.
Some elementary school children are certainly better than others at describing their methods for arriving at an explanation to a question, but this kid has it down to a science.
Now many people suspected the authenticity, but if the answer is genuine, this is going to be one cool kid.
7. Quite Reasonable Answer by a Group of Students.
Which direction is the bus going? Right or Left?
This puzzle which is usually given to children is confusing a lot of people online. At first, the question may seem completely illogical, with the bus not having a clear front or back. This question was asked to children of preschool, in the USA, with the same picture.
90 % of them responded that the bus was going to the left.
When asked “why?” they said, “Because you can’t see the door in order to get on the bus.”
8. Kid’s vulgar answer to a test question is actually pretty close.
A young kid’s answer to a question confirmed that one letter can make a large difference. To be honest, despite, the picture doesn’t give much meaning, and this kid’s answer wasn’t exactly far from the truth.
9. Child pens that dream super power is murder maybe need a time-out. Future Serial Killer!!
Here, we have a child who is possibly in an inadequacy of light intervention. When asked to imagine her dream superpower, sweet young Lola chose murder. Particularly, a murder that results in the deaths of many people.
“My supervillain’s [sic] name is Killer,” her mother writes. For those confused, she expands: “Her name is Killer because she kills a lot of people.”
10. This imaginative child will write a best-selling novel one day.
Somewhere off in meme school there is a girl named Lola who will grow up to fit in quite well on the Internet.
Either way, this picture brought back a meme exemplary of a resurrection.
These are the most incredible answers by extremely brilliant kids. It doesn’t matter whether their answers are precisely related to the questions or not but, their intelligence and innovative thinking is quite impressive. Hats off to their creativity!!
Adsense has both CPC and CPM-based revenue model. Now let me explain the terminology that we use on Adsense first;
CPC – Cost Per Click – Varies anywhere between $0.02 to $1 (Max. it can go up to $100 as well but in very rare cases.)
CPM – Cost per 1000 Impressions.
RPM – Revenue per 1000 Impressions.
CTR – Click Through Rate – Clicks per 100 impressions. Varies anywhere between 1% to 10% based on your niche and ad placement.
The other terms like Pageviews, Impressions and Earnings; which I guess are pretty much straight forward.
CTR = (Number of ad clicks * 100) / Number of page views
If my blog has 10,000 pageviews per month and 800 AdSense ad clicks, then my CTR is 0.8%.
CTR = (800 * 100) / 10000 = 0.8%
Most of the ads on Google Adsense are Cost Per Click based. That means you get paid whenever a visitor clicks on your ads(You are not allowed to click on your own Ads, it might lead to a permanent BAN). There are very few ads that are CPM based that means you get paid even though a visitor doesn’t click and just view the ad, but these ad formats are very less, and most of the advertisers avoid these ad formats.
How much money can you actually make from Adsense?
It depends on a lot of factors and out of all these the primary factors are CPC and CTR. CPC varies from niche to niche and also depends on the geographic location of your audience. If you are getting traffic from Tier-1 countries like US, UK, Canada, Australia, etc, then your CPC is likely to be high. But if in case you are receiving traffic from Tier 2 and Tier 3 countries CPC would be low.
CPC also depends on the keywords that you are targeting. If you are targeting keywords related to Gadgets, Health, etc., the CPC tends to be high because there is a lot of competition among advertisers in those sectors. So, if you are in a less competitive niche like the entertainment or education, that too in India then obviously your CPC will be very less.
So, lets suppose you have good CPC, and that doesn’t end there. You need a good CTR as well; that means you want more people to click on your ads. This depends on a lot of factors like Ad Placement, Source of Traffic, Web Page Loading time and a lot many other factors.
It all depends on these two factors. Combing these two a simple term is used to understand how well our ads are performing and its called RPM.
Page RPM = (Estimated earnings / Number of page views) * 1000
Estimated Earnings = CPC * Total Number of Clicks
= CPC * CTR*100
Ops, don’t panic. Am not teaching you any formula, and you don’t need any. You just have to look at the RPM.
Lets suppose like your RPM is $2 then you must be making around $2/1000 pageviews.
Then if you are receiving about 10,000 page views you should be able to make $20.
So, if your RPM is $5, then you would make $50 for every 10,000 page views.
If in case your blog is receiving an average of 10,000 pageviews per day which means 3,00,000 pageviews per month at an RPM of $3, the calculation goes as follows;
Total Revenue = RPM * Pageviews/1000 = 5*300 = 1500.
You should able to make about $1500 per month. So, now I hope you understand how to calculate the earnings.
The interview is obviously a key to landing a job. To say it in a more professional way, an interview is a typical conversation between an interviewer and the interviewee where the aspiring candidate needs to be quite strong and confident so as to crack the interview. There are several software companies like Google and Apple which are popular and are known for bounteous things – like the perks, the pay, and the corporate culture. To counter the weird questions asked in such interviews, one should be quite witty, charming and natural self. It is because the interviewers sitting over there have the capability to see your reality even through masks.
Not all interviews go in a more professional way where the interviewer poses questions related to some tech related stuff or some other company queries. Sometimes, you may come across some bizarre interview questions that seem quite notorious for asking. Here are some weird questions popular tech companies like Tesla, Virgin, and Amazon have asked the candidates who attended the job interview. Check out some ideas for how to answer them:
How to Answer Most Weird Questions at Job Interviews?
It is quite an arduous even for an experienced candidate to answer some weird kind of questions at the job interviews by the tech giants like Google, Apple, etc. Tomas Ondrejka explains in a recent blog post on Kickresume.com that employers direct to toss curveballs like “On a scale of one to 10, how weird are you?”to determine various attitudes and skills of the job seeker. Here are some points how an interviewer checks the capabilities of an aspiring candidate:
Analytical thinking skills.
Observes how the candidate reacts to something they did not expect.
Decide whether this person can think on their feet and outside the box.
Google is a popular and giant search engine where people often search various questions in several categories like education, business, health, lifestyle and many more. With Google Search, people can also search for pictures, news, and things to purchase online. Google has become so popular in such a way that people are using Google as an action word to search for something. Instead of saying that long, simply they are using “Google it.” The largest search engine Google has released its year-end list of the most searched questions of the year 2015. Every year Google reveals the annual “Year In Search” list which typically shows some of the significant events that happened during the year.
We all search for one or the other on the Google search engine but don’t memorize all that we’ve explored for. People like us often search for some things and Google is here to reveal your most searched questions on its search engine platform. Google has been our protector at various moments and 2015 was no exception in this regard. We used the search engine to look up song lyrics, book movie tickets and get answers to many complex and obscure problems.
Google Released “What is” Questions of 2015
Just like its list of top searches of the year 2015 that include movies, books, and albums, Google has also released the top 10 list of “what is” questions. The list is topped by an age-old math question “What is 0 divided by 0?” The list also reveals people’s interest and concern in ISIS, Ebola, Ashley Madison hacks etc.
Most of us expect that people could answer this question instantly with much ease but, it looks like this isn’t the fact. As a result, this math problem topped the Google’s charts of “what is” questions of 2015. Check out the answer how Google answered that most searched question.
What is 0 divided by 0? [Google – Wikipedia Answers]
The Wikipedia answers this question in following words:
In mathematics, division by zero is a division where the divisor (denominator) is zero. Such a division can be formally expressed as a/0 where a is the dividend (numerator).
In ordinary arithmetic, the expression has no meaning, as there is no number which, multiplied by 0, gives an (assuming a≠0), and so division by zero is undefined.
Since any number multiplied by zero is zero, the expression 0/0 also has no defined value; when it is the form of a limit, it is an indeterminate form.
What is 0 divided by 0? [Siri’s Response]
As we all know, Siri is a built-in “intelligent assistant” that facilitates Apple iPhone and other device users to speak natural language voice commands so as to operate the mobile device and its apps. Earlier in the month of June, it was discovered that Siri gets sassy when she’s asked this What is 0 divided by 0′ question. Here’s her response that might help you understand the above answer more easily:
SIRI’s Response: Imagine that you have zero cookies and you split them evenly among zero friends. How many cookies does each person get?
Understand? However, it doesn’t make sense. And Cookie Monster is worried that there are no cookies. And you are unhappy that you have no friends.
Here’s the Answer for Zero Divided by Zero! It’s Just for Fun!!
Most Google Searched Questions of 2015
Here is the complete list of top 10 “what is” questions of 2015. Take a look at the complete list below:
1. What is 0 divided by 0?
2. What is Ashley Madison?
3. What is a Buckeye?
4. What is the Charlie Charlie Challenge?
5. What is a Lunar Eclipse?
6. What is Ebola?
7. What is ISIS?
8. What is Red Nose Day?
9. What is a Blue Moon?
10. What is Listeria?
These are the most searched Google questions people explored in the year 2015.
Shopping online has become a part of every individual’s lives which is pretty much convenient and at the same time it is quite risky. One must be very cautious while shopping online as it might get you into trouble at the time of payment and some other security issues. There are bounteous reasons for many of us to shop online. We have many reasons to buy products online as there are bargains, mind-boggling selection, secure shopping, fast shipping and returns are pretty easy, with the right e-commerce tailers. But, online shopping is a blend of purchasing products with much ease in a more convenient way for consumers.
However, people yet fret that their personal credit card details will be given to the wrong person. Online shopping is absolutely here to stay and online security endures to advance. Keeping your computer and online transactions secure are the crucial elements to shopping securely online. There are some speculations that shopping online can be safer than shopping over the mobile phone or even in person as you never deliver your card details to some unknown person.
Secure practices, a strong awareness of online threats and ways to circumvent them will also help you stay safe while shopping online. You just need some basic sense and practical guidance before heading to shop online. Just remember to follow these basic guidelines and security tips to shop online with confidence in a safe and secure way. Here we have compiled a list of 10 security tips for staying safe while shopping online to keep your online transactions secure and you can commence checking off products on that weekend shopping list.
1. Use Familiar & Reputable Websites
Begin your shopping at a trusted and reputable site rather than shopping with a search engine. It is because the prominent and renowned websites have a reliability to maintain claims that they are carefully converged on security. Search results can be furnished to drive you wrong, particularly when you cruise prior the initial few pages of links. If you know any specific site, possibilities are it’s less apparent to be a swindle.
Just beware of misspellings or websites using a different top-level domain (For instance, .netinstead of .com) are the great tweaks to shop online perfectly. A huge data rupture could not only obligate millions in revenue, it could cost millions more in corrective costs like credit monitoring and fraud protection for affected online customers. Small-scale online shops that don’t make use of third party payment processors like PayPal may or may not have the resources or domestic awareness to handle the evolving security threats.
2. Always Shop on SSL Protected Websites
Look for the lock! You should never ever purchase anything online using your credit card from a site that doesn’t have a pre-installed SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption at the very least. You need to ensure whether a particular site has SSL or not. You’ll know if the site has SSL just by looking at the URL of the site that must start with HTTPS:// (instead of just HTTP://).
If a site has SSL then, there will be a green lock displayed to the left of the website address. If an icon of a locked padlock appears it indicates that the site doesn’t have an SSL. This will guarantee that your website traffic is encrypted and helps you to keep your payment information protected from malicious hackers. So, never, ever give anyone your credit card details via email.
3. Don’t Share All your Details
Never share your social security number or your birthday information to any of the online shopping portals. No online shopping store needs your birthday for selling its products and do business. However, if swindlers get them, conjoined with your credit card number for buying something, they can probably do much damage.
The more they know about you like your credit card information, the much easier it is to pilfer your identity. So, it is always advised to give as least information as possible in order to have a safe and secure shopping online.
4. Protect Your PC
Crooks don’t just remain around expecting you to give them your personal or confidential data and seldom they give you a little, something beyond to help things move further along. You must be pretty much conscious about that and you need to protect your device against malware with frequent updates to your anti-virus program.
For doing so, you must always run the best antivirus software on your PCor Laptop and try to scan your computer frequently. Every added measure you practice to secure your computer makes it that much less probable that your device will be hacked or infected by a harmful computer virus.
5. Use Strong & Secure Passwords
A weak password can be the vulnerable section in your stronghold of online security. If your password is very weak hackers could easily hack it and acquires a free reign over your account. It doesn’t matter if you have full-featured antivirus software running and whether you’re using secure online behaviors or you use every other potential security precaution it is all useless if your password is compromised.
Try to set uncrackable passwords so that the hackers would never be able to hack your account. Just follow some tips for creating a unique password before heading to shop online. So, always keep a strong and secure passwordwhich is alphanumeric including special symbols.
6. Think Mobile
Some of the people make use of their mobile devices to compare products on other E-commerce portals while shopping online before making a purchase. On the other hand, most of the people do product comparison while shopping with a computer. There’s no true need to be any more bothered about shopping on a mobile device than online.
Just make use of the simple trick in order to shop online in a safe and secure way. One must use apps that are provided right by the retailers, like Amazon, Target and much more. Use the available apps to decide what you want and then make the purchase directly, without explicitly visiting the online store or the website.
7. Avoid Public Terminals to Shop Online
Obviously, it is not a good idea to use a public computer or public terminals to make purchases online, but we still do so. If you just want to continue shopping at the public terminals, just make sure that you log out every time you use it, even if you were just checking email. Spyware, viruses or any number of security vulnerabilities could be hiding on that unknown computer.
Using a public terminal could also leave behind cached copies of your personal financial details and other confidential information. More importantly, you should never shop online using public Wi-Fi. This is because a hacker could easily prevent your payment details by snooping on the unencrypted connection in your local beverage store.
8. Privatize Your Wi-Fi
If you do think of taking your laptop to any nearby coffee shop, all that you need is a Wi-Fi connection. Make sure that you only use the wireless network if you access the Web over a virtual private network (VPN) connection.
However, currently, it is not a good time to try out a hotspot you’re unfamiliar with. Just adhere to known networks, even if they’re free, like those found at Starbucks that is powered by AT&T. You can even find free Wi-Fi at McDonalds, KFC, Panera Bread, and FedEx Office locations, needless to mention libraries and local cafes.
9. Use A Totally Different Web Browser For Shopping
Apart from a securing your computer by using the best Anti-virus, one must learn secure behaviors to stay protected while shopping online. One must always open and use a new, different browser for online transactions. It is much better to use an incognito window to make your payment or some other transactions online.
Never open or use other tabs in the same browser. Once you’re done with your shopping and payment, make sure that you clear all the cache and cookies of the “shopping browser”, and close it. This protected and secure behavior can hinder certain types of hacking exploits while you’re shopping online.
10. Be Cautious Of Email Offers
Phishing scams often disguise as bargains and sales. Just pay more focus on this topic and judge whether you’ve received a secure mail or some fake one and try to separate the good from the bad.
One essential point to remember is that if you haven’t signed up for a mailing list, overlooking offers from that list is a great security tip. For instance, if you have an Amazon account and receive an email offer from Amazon, you should still think twice before clicking the link instead don’t just sign up blindly. The email could be spoofed and upon clicking on that particular link, it could eventually land you on a malicious website or cause a virus download.
11. Consider Using PayPal
PayPal is one of the best online payment services that serves as a digital wallet which is used by millions of websites to process online transactions. When you use your PayPal account to shop online, the retailer never looks at any of your financial details.
Instead, the seller receives the payment directly from PayPal, once the payment is deducted from the account of your preference. Additionally, for high-level transaction security, PayPal offers an amazing offer called Purchase Protection. This involves fraud restriction and is basically a money back guarantee on purchases made through PayPal.
12. Avoid Package Theft
Just follow the above-mentioned security tips while shopping online that helps you stay safe and secured. You can even keep your online transactions secure by following these simple steps. You should also consider taking measures to ensure the secure delivery of your packages.
Dodge package theft by using package-holding services. Use FedEx to have your package held at the FedEx location nearest you. If you have an Amazon Locker near your location, you can get secure, same day delivery on many products offered on Amazon.com.
13. Secured couponing sites
There are sites like Maddycoupons, Vouchercloud,Offcoupon.in and many more which when you open would show you many irrelevant ads. You happen to click on something and you end up landing somewhere else. So beware of that. I would rather suggest you to go for the sites with the backbone of media houses. Those sites are considered as highly authoritative sites with no spam advertisements on their pages. For example media houses like Hindustan times, OneIndia has their couponing sites which are powered by Global couponing company CupoNation.
One day, I was looking for this book and was looking for coupons applicable on Amazon. I Ended up on Hindustantimes’s coupon site. Not only did I find a good coupon there, but also I was never spammed with any notifications or emails after that. That sort of thing makes you feel safer that your information is not being captured for any purposes.
These are the 13 secure tips that one must follow before heading to shop online. Hope this guide assists you in the best way to shop online without any issues in a safe a secure way. Have a safe and secure shopping!