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From marketing memes to marketing brands, Ahmad Yasir’s journey to perfection

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Ahmad Yasir, a serial entrepreneur, an investor and an LLC holder has proved himself as a reliable power in the realm of Instagram and beyond. With the rise of guerilla marketing, Ahmad availed of an opportunity to jumpstart his career at a very young age. From a degree in Biology to coding in Javascript, Ahmad started delving into the universe of sophisticated social media algorithms and viral content. Ahmad creates ad campaigns for companies on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and now Tik Tok, simultaneously managing his Instagram meme pages. As a familiar face in slapstick comedy, Ahmad knows that there are specific legal and precautionary measures to be taken prior to working with any client, organization, or entity. Ahmad Yasir has self-employed himself as a CEO and an expert of Instagram trade through the usage of social media platforms like Instagram influencer group chats, Discord, and Telegram. 

Bouncing Back

Six years ago, when Instagram was the hottest topic for surpassing Twitter, Ahmad took the opportunity to create his Instagram meme pages. Aa a youngster, Ahmad’s childhood was humbly active and predominantly studious. He excelled in Maths and Science and so forth chose to graduate in Biology.

At the age of 22, he opted out of Biology to carve his career path. Instagram came as an extraordinary opportunity. He started his Instagram pages @reactions and @ghetto in 2015 to add a bit of humour in people’s mundane lives. Filled with hilarious videos, memes, quotes, photos, and captions, @reactions and @ghetto will take you down a veritable rabbit hole of web comedy. Connecting with people from all over the world through a single platform, each one packs big comedy into the smallest of places. Indeed, it’s not easy evoking laughter with a few seconds of video or a single photo, but Ahmad Yasir makes it happen over and over again. That’s what his Instagram meme accounts are all about.

Ahmad grew both of his pages organically starting from zero. With captivating content, broad audience appeal and consistent aesthetics, @reactions gained its first exponential growth with a whopping 5 million active followers. @ghetto is slowly gaining its pace as at 2.7 million active followers. With an enormous base of positive referrals, organic reach, and an impeccable reputation, Ahmad expanded his meme factory by acquiring @EPIC and @hood.

From Memes to Marketing

With the ability to go viral and increase brand exposure, Ahmad soon founded his company Instareach LLC, introducing brands to meme marketing. His mastery in viral content, meme marketing and sales in conversion has helped him handle high profile brands’ social media marketing. In no time, he started creating and coordinating paid advertisements for PUBG (Player’s Unknown Battle Grounds) and promoted ‘Game of War’ app to gain high downloads. Ahmad’s meme pages were recognized as an alternative to connect with a brand’s audience.

He further collaborated with Fashion Nova, a notoriously-edgy fashion brand worn by athletes, actors and artists and expanded its online reach. With his niche to grow brand reach through his skillsets, Ahmad gained a strong reputation for himself as a professional marketer.

Keeping up his harmony with the Biology degree and Instagram, Ahmad believes in expanding his boundaries to diversification. Ahmad’s scores in Biology were decent enough to help him land on a career, safe and sound. However, he chose a creative and flexible path for himself. Ahmad’s rational pursuit of Instagram algorithms is remarkable and innovative. The way he has mastered ROI, sales conversion tactics and engagement methodology is no less to rocket science. From funny memes to marketing brands, Ahmad stuck to one niche and strategy to fine-tune brands’ online presence. After having achieved so much, Ahmad has more he wishes to accomplish. From an ice-cream chain to making real estate investments, he does not want to have an ultimate goal.

Staying consistent on Social Media is a tough nut to crack. However, when you perceive your content as your audience, you’d exactly know their requirements. Ahmad Yasir @amad is one such example. 

The idea of Bigtime Daily landed this engineer cum journalist from a multi-national company to the digital avenue. Matthew brought life to this idea and rendered all that was necessary to create an interactive and attractive platform for the readers. Apart from managing the platform, he also contributes his expertise in business niche.

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Right Way to Wash Your Face: 7 Mistakes You’re Making

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The extensive amount of face wash options can be overwhelming, there are lotions, milks, scrubs, foaming mousses, oils, wipes, motorized brushes, and more. However, even with all the advances in products, many of us are still sticking to the same face-wash techniques we grew up with. But now, you will know better. Educate yourself against these # mistakes you’re making and get squeaky clean skin.

Mistake 1: Wash and Go

Washing your face isn’t just a one-step process. Cleansers don’t usually remove all traces of makeup, so you’re in danger of leaving your pores clogged if you don’t remove makeup first. Use an oil-based cream, a cleansing oil, or even a makeup remover wipe to dissolve sunscreen and makeup. Then follow with lukewarm water and dime-size amount of cleanser on your fingers or a clean, damn washcloth. Rinse and dry with a soft paper towel if you’re acne-prone.

Mistake 2: Closing Your Pores

Sorry, ladies, but you can’t open or “close” your pores by massaging your face or splashing it with cold water. As a matter of fact, extreme heat can exaggerate problems like rosacea and redness. However, mild steam can help soften hardened oil in pores. So, it’s still not a bad idea to cleanse in the shower.

That said, mild steam can help soften hardened oil in pores, so it’s never a bad idea to cleanse in the shower.

Mistake 3: Picking Cleanser According to Skin Type

No matter what type of skin you have, there are certain ingredients that should never be in your face wash, including: fragrance, which can be irritating; parabens, since they’re potentially toxic preservatives; or harsh soap, it’s drying. If the cleanser fits that bill, it should work for any skin type, and the formula itself, whether cream, lotion, foaming, etc. is more of a personal preference. However, people with dry skin may prefer formulas with extra moisturizers, like glycerin or shea butter. And those with oily skin may want a foaming wash, since it leaves skin feeling superclean.

Mistake 4: Grainy Scrubs to Exfoliate and Smooth

A salicylic or glycolic acid cleanser is much gentler and more effective than grainy scrubs which are often too harsh on your skin. The thick grainy formulas can actually exaggerate the appearance of pores as well. Depending on your skin type and sensitivity, use the salicylic or glycolic acid cleansers once or twice a week, and adjust depending on how your skin is looking and feeling.

Mistake 5: Using Toner

An alcohol-based toner strips your skin of natural oils. Gentle toners calm the skin and balance pH levels, but most cleansers take care of this step for you.If you must use a toner, stick with gentle, alcohol-free versions.

Mistake 6: Brushing Your Skin Daily

A brush removes oil, dirt, and dead skin better than your hands can, plus it’s gentler than most exfoliating cleansers or scrubs. In short, they are great, but they should be used sparingly. Constant exfoliation can cause inflammation. In addition, make sure you rinse and air-dry after use to keep the brush bacteria-free.

Mistake 7: Spending a Fortune

You know those top-quality ingredients, like retinol or antioxidants? Don’t waste money on them for products that you’ll just be washing down the drain. Save the pricier ingredients for leave-on products like serums and creams and always read beauty product reviews before going to buy any beauty product, because they are most effective when concentrated on the skin. 

Are there any switches you’ve made in your skin care routine lately? Let us know in the comments!

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