About Jocial

Most powerful influencer marketing platforms in the world.

Jocial aims to be the most powerful influencer marketing platform in the world. It’s provide assistance to business/enterprises of any size any level. So that they can connect their brands with digital influencer. Jocial is located in London, UK and also has another office in Florida, USA.

Jocial features a massive database of over 2 million influencer profiles. Jocial is a leading influencer marketing company that implements fully managed data driven insights and creative strategy to produce meaningful relationships between brands and creators. Jocial is a pioneered the process of determining high- performing influencers.

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Jocial Founder

Martin Brown is a professional digital marketer.

Jamie March ( Martin Brown) : – Martin is a professional digital marketer and blogger at jocial for several years. He serves and contributes to a lot of brands. His managing capacity helps many marketers to develop their business and online presents. He is a British internet entrepreneur who started at the age of 21, when he started work on SEO marketing.

He has experience working with a visual marketing agency. It works with mid-market and enterprise companies with a focus on the IT advertising, healthcare and business industries with the team.

Jocial Mission

To educate, help, empower all types of Influencers around the globe maximize the power of the internet and social marketing to grow. In the world 81% of businesses use video as a marketing tool. So influencers will make more audio and video content to getting a great result.

In the world 81% of business use video marketing.

Four Stats About Influence Marketing

  • 70% of marketers believe influencer marketing generates sales leads.
  • 90% of consumers trust recommendations from other people over brand content.
  • 94% of marketers believe influencer marketing is effective in raising brand awareness.
  • 45% of marketers believe they get better customers from influencer marketing.


Campaign Bonus

An Influencer will get approx. $5 to $15 on every week on campaign activity. Campaign Bonus will depends on type of influencer, type of subscription and their client’s campaign advertisement. Additional premium brand’s campaign will be available for selected micro influencer and above when you are selected for additional premium brands campaign, it will be shown in the dashboard of your back office

Matching Bonus

Every influencer has two teams (a)left and (b) right. The matching bonus is based on the Jocial points generated through recommendation packages by each team. As an Enterprise Subscriber, an incentive USD 8 is released, whenever you have 100 jocial points in each team. All unmatched jocial point of the both teams will be always carry forward.

Super Matching Bonus

The super Matching bonus allows you to earn a daily bonus of 10% on the matching bonuses paid to your personal enrollment influencers.

Reward point

  • On profile updating
  • Daily platforms log in
  • Promotional activity

Jocial Platform

25 friends/followers/Subscribers are compulsory on any social media platform ( Facebook, Twitter, Tiktok, Instagram or Youtube)

Any individual is willing to join as an influencer by subscribing to jocial platform. Platform subscription charge is USD 20 per month , USD 60 three months and USD 240 per year. You can subscribe monthly quarterly or annual basis.

The long term influencer relationships will become the Norm- rather than contracting on a campaign by campaign basis.

By investing competitor’s approach and the result of influencer marketing

For commercial purposes can be a great way to gain business increasing regulation and enforcement will help streamline the entire influencer marketing industry.

Influencer marketing practice and using this marketing strategy

5 Ways to Earn

  • Matching Bonus
  • Super Matching Bonus
  • Global Power Bonus
  • Leadership Club Bonus
  • Luxury Car Bonus

Creating Account On Jocial Platforms

  1. Click on ‘Register Now’.
  2. Enter your name, phone number, email and verify it.
  3. After complete Jocial sent you mail where your username ,password and 6 digit pin.
  4. login with given information.
  5. choose $20, %60 or $240 Subscription plan.

Cyber Security for 2020

Cyber Security protect from theft, corruption or natural disaster while allowing the information and property remain accessible. It helps to understand the cyber security strategy, cyber ecosystem and science of cyber security. Cyber security deals with securing the future- “Securing for tomorrow’s world”.
Securing for tomorrow’s world

Cyber Security Today

To the world of computer technology, government, police and intelligence units, Cyber crime is emerging as serious threat. Cyber Security techniques developed to safeguard information systems stored on computers. Potential threats which is include the destruction of Computer Software and Computer Hardware and the loss, modification, theft, unauthorized use, observation or disclosure of computer data. Cyber security restricted to describing the criminal activity in which the computer or network is a part of crime as fraud, black mail and theft.

Cyber Security protect from theft, corruption or natural disaster while allowing the information and property remain accessible. It helps to understand the cyber security strategy, cyber ecosystem and science of cyber security. Cyber security deals with securing the future- “Securing for tomorrow’s world”.

Many Companies spend million of their dollars on firewalls and secure access devices and it’s money wasted because none of these measures address the weakest link in the security chain.

5 Stages of Business Cyber Security

  1. Identity   
  • Am: Asset management
  • BE: Business environment
  • GV: Governance
  • RA: Risk Assessment
  • RM: Risk Management strategy

2. Project

  • AC: Access Control
  • AT: Awareness Training
  • DS: Data Security
  • IP: Information Protection process and procedures

3. Detect

  • AE: Anomalies and events
  • CM: Security Continuous Monitoring
  • DP: Detection Processes

4. Respond

  • RP: Response Planning
  • CO: Communications
  • AN: Analysis
  • MI: Mitigation
  • IM: Improvements

5. Recover

  • RP: Recovery Planning
  • IM: Improvements
  • CO: Communications

Cyber security Process

  • Assess = Analyze Assets and Controls
  • Evaluate = Understand GDPR Maturity Based on Current Program
  • Build = Develop Road map to Fill the Gaps
  • Execute = Take Action with Strategic GOPR Readiness Road map

This process repeat again and again.

Process for Secure from Cyber Security

  • Awareness = A lot of hacks happen because staff is not aware of the risks. Encourage SMEs to educate more in terms of cyber security.
  • Strong Passwords = With strong password it is one step closer to being secured from breaches or hacks.
  • Updates = Updating is one crucial part of being safe, for example a lot of websites get hacked through plugins that are out of date and vulnerable.
  • Backups = Having duplicate copies of your information saved in a remote location keeps it safe in case anything goes wrong with your computer or website.
  • Firewall = Use the protective measures which can protect you even if you can not react in time.

Real Challenges of Cyber Security

  • The world economic forum again rated cyber-attacks in top 5 risks to society
  • 46% of all companies were affected
  • 36% of all consumers globally lost data
  • 11% more was spent on cyber security this year

Generations of Attacks and Protections

First Generation ( Late 1980s)

Attack = Virus ( PC attacks – standalone)

Protection = The Anti Virus

Second Generations (Mid 1990s)

Attack = Networks ( Attacks from the internet)

Protections = The Firewall

Third Generations (Early 2000s)

Attack = Applications (exploiting vulnerabilities in applications)

Protections = Intrusion Prevention (IPS)

Fourth Generations (2010)

Attack = Payload (Polymorphic Content)

Protections = Behavioral Analysis

Top IT Security Salaries

  • Lead software security engineer – $233,333
  • Chief security officer – $225,000
  • Global information security director – $ 200,000
  • Chief information security officer – $192,500
  • Director of security – $178,333

Social Network Security – SNS

What is social network?

Social networks are websites or apps that allow people to connect with friends and even make new fiends, virtually, and share content, interact, create communities of similar interests such as Working, games reading friendship relationships etc.

A social network has always existed, but the way in which it connects has changed dramatically .Some most popular social networks or social media apps are Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, Blogger and LinkedIn.

If you’re not using SOCIAL to DRIVE TRAFFIC and therefore leads that convert to revenue, your brand is LOSING OUT.

Sam Hurley

Stay safe on the Internet

Be a smart in social media can reduce many cyber bullying problems such as hacking, cracking, phishing etc. Do you know about meaning of SMART in social media?

  • S = Be safe –> Keep your personal information safe and secret. Think carefully before you share a photo of yourself or your friends.
  • M = Don’t Meet Up –> Never arrange to meet an online friend because it can be dangerous. No matter how well you think you know people, they might be pretending.
  • A = Accepting E-mails can be dangerous –> If you receive junk mail or spam messages that make you feel uncomfortable, tell an adult that you trust and delete them. Don’t replay to them.
  • R = Reliable? –> The Internet is full of friendly people and amazing information. However, sometimes people might say or write things which are untrue, so you should always think carefully before trusting what you see or hear.
  • T = Tell Someone! –> Most of the tie that you are online, you will have lots of fun. However , if you see anything that makes you feel uncomfortable or worried, make sure that you tell an adult that you trust.
  • Use passwords that are difficult to predict.
  • Avoid over-sharing information on social media.
  • Use secure modes of payment such as PayPal.

Security Issues of Today

The internet has allowed for mass communication among people, especially with comings of social media. With so many users online, we must learn to protect our self from threats, not everyone on the internet or every website is safe.


  1. BE KIND : say nice things because you never know who will read what you say
  2. BE SAFE : know who you are friending and talking to 
  3. BE SECURE : don’t share personal information with strangers
  4. BE LEGAL : don’t download music or images that you didn’t pay for
  5. BE PROTECTED : don’t share your passwords with anyone 
  6. BE ALERT : tell an adult when a friend is in trouble online 
  7. BE SMART : use positive words to build your online brand
  8. BE RESPONSIBLE : don’t access sites and apps you should not access
  9. BE CONSCIENTIOUS : be truthful, never lie or gossip
  10. BE MODEST : don’t take or share inappropriate pictures on the internet


Social media sefty
  • MODEL USE : When kids are around, set an example by using media the way  you want them to use it.
  • START EARLY: Start when your kids are young by setting screen limits that work for your family’s needs.
  • MINIMIZE DISTRACTIONS: Hide your apps so they don’t display and shut down your devices during family time .
  • USE TOGETHER : Discuss media content with your kids. Be present and aware of what your child is doing online.
  • TURN OFF WORK: Set boundaries for work time and family time 

They’re being distracted form other Important things and their friends:

  • 57% :- of all teens agree that using social media often distracts them when they should be doing homework.
  • 64% :- of teen social media users agree that it often distracts them when they should be paying attention to the people they’re with.
  • 34% :- of teen smartphone owners say they’ve been woken up by their phones during the night by a call, text, or notification.
  • 49% :- of teens agree that social media has taken away form time they could spend with friends in person.

What happens online stays online:

When asked to pick which comes closer to the truth, teens say.

54% – If parents knew what actually happens on social media, they’d be a lot more worried about it.

46% – parents worry too much about teen’s use of social media.


12% –> More time together 

28 % –> less time together 

58%–> No difference

38% –> of children under 2 use a mobile device for media 

17% –> of children use mobile devices on a daily basis

Just 28 minutes a day is spend reading or being Read to.

Among parents who own a mobile device 

26% –> sometimes use media to keep themselves occupied while out playing with their children 

31%–> sometimes let their child play with the device while out running errands


75% =Of all children have access to a mobile device in their home 

63%= use a smartphone 

40%= use  a tablet 

27%= use an iPod touch/similar 



When we pass away, our digital footprint be comes our digital legacy. If you want to control how you’re remembered online, here are 4 tips for taking ownership of your social presence.

  • Assign a Digital Executor = Digital executors can close your social media accounts or keep them live.
  • Memorialize your Facebook Account = Facebook : prefers to convert profile into memorials. Walls remain active for friends to post condolences. Facebook : allows the family to download account contents with prior authorization or a court order.
  • Deactivate your accounts
  • Twitter : works with your estate to deactivate an account. They will not let anyone take over an account unless you get an exception.
  • LinkedIn : closes an account if a close family member makes the request.
  • Instagram : honors family requests to deactivate an account. An heir may keep the account live if the deceased provides them with a username and password .

Live on through social media end -of -life tools 

  • Dead Social : Creates a series of goodbye videos, texts or photo messages on Facebook and twitter that are published at your digital executor’s request.
  • If I Die : Facebook application allows you to creates a single video or text message that is published after you pass. A single message is free $ 25 for five videos.
  • Cirrus legacy : An online service that allows you to securely store your usernames, passwords and instruction that are released to your digital executor upon death.

Social Media While Jobs Searching

  • Go ahead and ego-surf 

Google your name to see if there is anything inappropriate or embarrassing  coming up. Are the first results consistent with how you want to be perceived  as a person?

Clean up your social media dirt

Look closely for anything that could harm your image -don’t just remove embarrassing photos, but look for any controversial comments or posts too.

  • Work on your digital brand

Create a neat, professional and interesting online image that will impress hiring managers and make them want to know more about the offline you.

  • See who can see what

Check your privacy settings and use the ‘view as’ option to see what people who are not connected with you can see. Then adjust accordingly.

Next time you post..

  • Edit privacy settings
  • Make sure the massage is not embarrassing or (highly) controversial
  • Check for any grammar errors and typos

Social Media and Body Images

Boys have issues with body image too.

Boys’ own body concerns and risky behaviors can go unnoticed , and their role in supporting healthy attitudes among girls is vital.

Pay attention to your son, too

  • Listen for negative body talk.
  • Look for dramatic weight loss or fain.
  • Check the messages from coaches, peers, and online forums about weight, exercise , and muscle-building.

Measurements of by toy male action figures exceed even that of the biggest bodybuilders.

 Unrealistic, sexualized, and stereotypical images and messages about bodies and gender are rampant on the media your kid consumes.

Media is influential- If all your child sees are unrealistic body types she’ll come to believe they’re the ideal.

Immunize your child

  • Choose quality  media with diverse characters.
  • Question assumptions about appearance
  • Challenge stereotypes about gender, body types, abilities.

Teens feel pressure to look good and cool online, but also fell social media helps their friendships and connections.

Kids live in constant feedback loop of criticism and connection that moves quickly and is difficult to escape.

 Be  a social media supporter

  • Help teens find supportive online communities.
  • Encourage social media breaks when online drama heats up.
  • Ask teens how online feedback makes them feel

41% of teen girls say they use social media to “ make themselves look cooler”.

WiFi the Silent Killer

According to some studies made by “the telegraph”, exposure to wireless waves interfere with the human body and can create problems such as: Short term memory loss, Lethargy, Cardiac problems, Sleep disturbance.

In previous post we describe about Evolution of 5G Technology

WiFi Radiations

Wireless Internet routers or WiFi modems use dangerous electromagnetic radiation to send their signals to your computer through walls. If you have a wireless internet router set up in your home or office you are receiving massive EMF exposure, and living or working in a dangerous soup of radiation.

Not only atmospheric + ve charges, the wireless WiFi devices + cell phone radiation and the static electricity but also other pollutants.

Reduce your WiFi Radiation

We know that some people can’t quite bring themselves to surrender their wireless devices so here are some tips on reducing Wifi radiation.

  • Keep your distance : WiFi radiation drops off significantly with distance. many routers have a strong enough signal to maintain a connection up to 100m from the router.
  • Switch off at Night : Studies tell us that the biggest danger with WiFi radiation comes from nighttime exposures; cellular regeneration, rejuvenation, and detoxification is impeded and notably melatonin production can be significantly reduced.
  • Use USB Adaptors wisely: If you are use a USB WiFi adapter use it on a USB extension cable. The same goes if you use a 3G USB dongle to connect to the internet wile you are traveling, an extension cable will significantly reduce your exposure.

The dangers of WiFi are real. Use the above tips to eliminate or reduce your exposure to WiFi radiation.

10 Shocking facts about the Health Dangers of WiFi

  1. Contributes to the Development of Insomnia
  2. Damaging to childhood development
  3. Affects cell growth
  4. Derails brain function
  5. Reduces brain activity in females
  6. Neutralizes Sperm
  7. May Impact fertility
  8. Linked to cancer?
  9. Provokes cardiac stress
  10. You can protect yourself limiting exposure and staying healthy

Creating WiFi Monetization

  • Grow WiFi Network : Deploy public, hoe and business WiFi network
  • Baseline : Create compelling ROI through baseline business models
  • New Revenues : Deliver new sources of revenue and expand value of the WiFi network
  • Value Added Services : Enhance the WiFi network with new sources of value

Employee Use of Public WiFi networks

Percent of organizations with employees who connect company owned devices to public WiFi when on the go

  1. Yes –> 61%
  2. No –> 24%
  3. Don’t know –> 15%

Risk to Pregnant Women

There are radiation related risks throughout pregnancy which are related to the stage of pregnancy and absorbed dose and also radiation risks are most significant during organogenesis and in the early fetal period somewhat less in the 2nd trimester and least in the third trimester.

A pregnant woman and the fetus both are vulnerable a RF radiations pass placental barrier and continuously react with the developing embryo and increasing cells. Use of WiFi during pregnancy can lead to greater likelihood for behavioral problems in their children. It is believed that the eggs, which form the embryo can be affected and the damage will become apparent after the child reaches puberty.

Government who Against the use of Wireless networks in School..

  • The European Union is recommending tighter standards for wireless systems to protect children.
  • Frankfurt City Government and the Bavarian Parliament have recommended against the installation of WiFi in schools.
  • The Public Health Department of Salzburg has warned against the use of WiFi in Schools and nurseries.
  • French National Libraries has imposed a moratorium on WiFi networks in French libraries after staff reported ill effects
  • Teachers union voice has said wireless computer networks in schools may be jeopardizing children’s health and should be suspended pending a full safety inquiry.
  • The International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety has advised against the use of wireless networks because of health concerns.
  • The chairman of the health protection agency has expressed concern about the use of wireless networks in schools.

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