How to increase your chances of going viral on TikTok

As you probably know, TikTok is a social media platform where people can share short videos of themselves. In recent years, it has become extremely popular, especially among young people.

If you’re looking to get your videos seen by more people on TikTok, there are a few things you can do to increase your chances of going viral.

Choose an attention-grabbing topic.

If you want your video to be noticed, it needs to be about something that will pique people’s interest. Think about what kinds of videos tend to go viral on other social media platforms and try to come up with a similar idea for TikTok.

Use trending hashtags.

Hashtags are a great way to get your video seen by more people, so be sure to use them wisely. Look up which hashtags are currently trending and include them in your video’s title and description.

Collaborate with other users.

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The Development of Electronic Commerce is Transforming the Trucking Industry


E-commerce is taking its toll on the trucking industry. Drivers earn higher wages, drive fewer kilometers, and spend more time at home.

For decades, the United States has relied on the trucking industry to move goods from coast to coast. Commercial trucks were an effective and efficient means of moving goods from the place of origin to store shelves. Since 2000 e-commerce sales have grown steadily.

E-commerce has had a tremendous impact. Shopping online has become popular due to its convenience. It also increased competition, which offers more choices and reduces prices for consumers. With the increasing use of smartphones and tablets, a person can buy things from anywhere. Electronic commerce is no longer just about the home computer.

Walmart is attracting truck drivers to its private fleet by offering double the average wage for significantly shorter trips. This is just one of many examples of how the trucking … Read more

Gains in Store for TSX Monday on Commodities

Futures for Canada’s main stock index rose on Monday, led by gains in crude oil and bullion prices, despite concerns over a slowdown in the Canadian economy.

The TSX climbed the elevator and gained 360.34 points, or 1.9%, to conclude Friday and the week at 19,773.34. Over a week shortened by Labour Day, the index jumped 502 points, or 2.6%.

Futures hiked 0.6% early Monday.

The Canadian dollar inched up 0.19 cents to $76.97 cents U.S.


The TSX Venture Exchange added 8.43 points, or 1.3%, to 645.57, a jump on the week of 13.5 points, or 2.14%.


Stock futures rose Monday as Wall Street looks ahead to key inflation data to be released this week.

Futures for the Dow Jones Industrials shot higher 93 points, or 0.3%, early Monday to 32,358.

Futures for the S&P 500 picked up 21.5 points, or 0.5%, to 4,107.25

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Housebuilders ‘lobbied against plan for electric car chargers in new homes in England’

Britain’s biggest housebuilders privately lobbied for the government to ditch rules requiring electric car chargers to be installed in every new home in England, documents have revealed.

The UK’s leading construction firms Barratt Developments, Berkeley Group and Taylor Wimpey were among the companies who argued against the policy in responses to an official consultation. The “blatant lobbying efforts” were criticised by Transport & Environment, a campaign group.

Swapping cars powered by fossil fuels for zero-emission models is viewed by scientists, environmental campaigners and the government as key to reaching net-zero carbon emissions – alongside increased public and active transport. However, the lack of chargers is seen as a barrier to uptake.

The rules requiring all new homes to have a charger were announced by Boris Johnson in November 2021 as the flagship policy of a speech to business leaders. While the details were overshadowed at the time, as the former … Read more