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Recently, we got approached by this interesting Txtweb app that lets bloggers create their own app to let users follow blogposts via SMS. The idea is to help your readers keep track of your blog via mobile. Here’s how.
Step 1 – You can create the app yourself or get it created for you (and for that, all you need to do is fill out the form below, and we’ll alert you as soon as your app is ready).
Step 2 – Once the app is created, go register it here. Apps that have the maximum number of users stand to win great prizes.
Step 3 – Don’t forget to ask your readers to sms @YourAppName to 92665 92665. Any time that users do this, they get excerpts from your 5 latest posts on their mobiles, and it doesn’t need to be a smartphone either.
(And we’ve signed up as well, so if you’d like to get the latest Women’s Web posts on your mobile, just sms @womensweb to 92665 92665.)
At the moment, the contest for ‘who has the most readers on SMS’ ends at April 30th, so do fill up this form above if you’d like to participate!
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This statement may sound cliched, but that is the biggest truth of my life. She is the reason I stopped myself from jumping off a local train years ago. The fact that she was growing inside me, that tiny speck of tissue in my uterus, had the strength to twine around my legs and hold me inside the train.
Alia Bhatt is pregnant and happy about it - it's not our job to accuse her of 'trapping' her partner into marriage or shaming her for the timing of it.
When Alia Bhatt announced that she and her partner, Ranbir Kapoor, were expecting a baby, all I could feel was joy. As a person who has been in awe of Bhatt’s acting skills and dedication, this news genuinely made my day.
However, the joy was soon replaced by anger and frustration when I read the first few comments (from certain unverified Instagram handles) on her pregnancy post. Here are the exact words of those who felt it was okay to question a woman’s choice:
“Baby k liye saadi kiye ho ya saadi k liye baby?” (Did you get married because of this baby or did you get married to make babies?)