Boles joins real estate firm - Mount Airy News

Boles joins real estate firm - Mount Airy NewsBoles joins real estate firm - Mount Airy NewsPosted: 16 Jun 2020 12:00 AM PDTBolesLori Boles recently joined Yadkin Valley Real Estate Inc. and Farms Land & Country Homes as a professional sales broker.As a new Yadkin Valley Real Estate Broker, she will be assisting buyers and sellers with their residential and commercial real estate needs in the Mount Airy and surrounding areas. Under the Farms Land and Country homes banner, she'll be assisting buyers and sellers of rural properties in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and Yadkin Valley appellation. Boles is a member of the National, State and nearby Winston Salem Regional Association of Realtors.Boles began her real estate career in 2017 and has been a top producing real estate broker every year. Before that, she owned and operated a successful hair salon for 24 years.She lives in Pilot Mountain with her husband Richard and their two twin children. She has an older marri…

“BTS V is the most searched BTS member of all time (Data collected since 2013) - allkpop” plus 1 more

“BTS V is the most searched BTS member of all time (Data collected since 2013) - allkpop” plus 1 more

BTS V is the most searched BTS member of all time (Data collected since 2013) - allkpop

Posted: 29 Jun 2020 05:33 AM PDT

BTS V is the most popular on Google According to the data searched by Jember Portal Team via google, V is the most searched member of BTS based on google search engine with14.6 billion (14.6 billion).

BTS V is most likely the one to go viral between non fans in every event of BTS that's one of the reasons why he is the one being searched most in the group. 

Corona-related searches see a drop, people back to Googling for films, weather - Economic Times

Posted: 08 Jun 2020 05:19 AM PDT

NEW DELHI: After dominating the conversations for weeks, coronavirus seems to be falling off the popularity charts as netizens in the country went back to searching for topics like films and weather on Google in May.

According to Google search trends, the search volume for coronavirus in May was half of that in April even though the number of COVID-19 cases have continued to rise in the country.

'Coronavirus' dropped to 12th most searched topic overall during May, behind topics like Film, Meaning, News and Weather.

All these terms are consistently highly searched topics in India. This probably indicates that people are trying to return back to consumption patterns seen in the pre-COVID times.

An exception was cricket. With no tournaments being organised in wake of the pandemic, coronavirus was "five times more searched than cricket", showed the trends.

The top trending search term overall for May was 'Lockdown 4.0', followed by 'Eid Mubarak'.

Netizens also sought answers to questions like "Which disease is related to coronavirus?", "Can asymptomatic people spread coronavirus?" and "Will lockdown extend after 17 May?".

The Indian government had announced a nationwide lockdown on March 25, which was extended in the following weeks. The third and the fourth phase of the lockdown was imposed between May 4-17, and May 18-31, respectively.

On searches relating to coronavirus, Google saw volumes for "coronavirus lockdown zones Delhi" spike 1,800 per cent over the month, while "Italy coronavirus vaccine" saw 750 per cent jump.

The top trending topic related to coronavirus was 'Vaccine' that witnessed 190 per cent increase in May, the data showed.

The state/union territory with the highest search interest for coronavirus over May is Goa, followed by Meghalaya, Chandigarh and Tripura.

Keeping Your Phone Clean, And Safe, In The Time Of Coronavirus

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Holding hands, an affectionate gesture with romantic undertones, has become taboo in the time of the coronavirus. Handshakes, too, have been outlawed in the boardroom as well as stadiums - and after closing a deal, folks now pick up their phones and send each other formal emails.Lovers in parks sit on benches, their hands skidding across smartphone screens, sending emoji-laced messages. However, exercising one's primary tactile organs to communicate through gestures might not be as dangerous as using a mobile phone.


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