Top Anti-Valentine Sites, Apps, Pages & More!

People react to occasions differently – especially when it comes to Valentine’s Day…

Some people love it and consider it a great way to show your love to a lover or partner, while others hate it either because they are single at the time or because they feel it’s a commercial event designed to make you pay more for the romantic gestures which can be done every day throughout the year!

No, I won't Be Your Valentine!

No, I won't Be Your Valentine!

This year, I will be taking the anti-Valentiners’ side and I will be sharing with you the top anti-Valentine sites, tools & applications which you might enjoy – and even get a laugh out of!

1. Meish.org

Once you enter the site, you will be greeted by the following line:

“Valentine’s Day is like herpes: just when you think its gone for good, it rears its ugly head once more. No wonder some people prefer to call it VD.”

The page is clearly against all Valentine’s Day activities and promotes being someone’s anti-Valentine!

Interesting: The Boom of Social Sites Visualized [image]

A fun visualization by Focus magazine about …“the explosion of social networking sites over the past decade has facilitated a transformation in the way we communicate with each other. Here’s a list of some of these communities with over 1 million users, both active and defunct.” It’s ironic how I almost never heard about most of the sites on this list!

Do you think there are many other active social communities that we don’t know about? How many of them can help your business? And what is the best way to choose between them to best fit your business needs?

Social Media Dead in 2020: May it “Rest in Peace”!

Has social media “worn out its welcome”? Are people getting tired of social media? Is social media changing who we are? Are the arguments against and the threats imposed by social media able to bring it down to its knees? How long will social media users tolerate the negative effects of utilizing its sites, tools and channels?

Should Twitter, Youtube & Facebook be Banned from the Workplace?

Do social media tools, channels and sites pose a threat to the quality of work produced in the workplace? Is it morally unethical to spend a portion of the 8 to 9 daily working hours utilizing social media for personal use? Do you think social media use should be completely banned from the workplace?

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