Dallas SEO & PR Company KISS PR Celebrates National Small Business Week. Gives FREE Press Release to Small Business Owners Who Qualify

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Register Your Business & Qualify for KISS PR small business week press awareness press release and a chance to be featured by Qamar Zaman on Brand Story Show Live and Get Big Media Publicity.

Register Your Business & Qualify for KISS PR small business week press awareness press release and a chance to be featured by Qamar Zaman on Brand Story Show Live and Get Big Media Publicity.

Qamar Zaman

I champion US Small Business by Providing Affordable Press Release Distribution, Digital Marketing, SEO and Social Branding Using Intent Based Marketing.

I champion US Small Business by Providing Affordable Press Release Distribution, Digital Marketing, SEO and Social Branding Using Intent Based Marketing.

Dallas, TX , Sept. 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Dallas, TX / Qamar Zaman, CEO of KISS PR, is giving away a KISS PR Brand Awareness press release to any American small business from September 22 to 26. 

This week and every day, we celebrate American small business owners for being the fuel behind the American economy.  We applaud your perseverance.  This year has been challenging, and we know this, as we are a small business, too. However, we are not alone.  Every single day we have been blessed.

Even during these tough times, we have received support from our fellow business owners who kept our lights on.  From the assistance we received from the SBA PPP program, we were able to keep our staff.  Not for a single day or month did we miss payroll or let our team go. 

When I started my business, my vision was to be a champion for small business owners; when COVID made it tough for us, we pivoted.  We gave away FREE press releases, a service we continue to offer.   Qamar Zaman, Founder. 

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Texas Renaissance Festival to open with new programming and safety measures


The Texas Renaissance Festival will open for its 46th season on October 3 in Todd Mission, with new programming and safety measures.

The 16th-century-themed festival is getting several new attractions, including the manually propelled DaVinci’s Flying Machine, Dragon Tower Slide, Airy Botter’s Escape Room and a pirate ship museum, according to a Friday release.

The lineup of performers ranges from singer, songwriter, and accordionist Amanda Kitchens to pyro-juggler Thomas Wood.


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New food and drink vendors include The Kackle King serving drunken chicken and pork; Wyrmwood Public House offering craft cocktails; and Tea and Strumpets offering ethically sourced teas as well as a high tea available by reservation.



Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the festival said it canceled the After Dark Saturday entertainment experience, costume rentals and annual School Days event for the 2020 season.

The 60-acre outdoor event also announced social distancing guidelines, including 50 percent capacity, vehicles parked six feet apart in lots, plexiglass partitions at several food booths, socially distanced seating at performance venues and eating areas, and hand sanitizing stations situated throughout the grounds.


Face masks, spot cleaning at high traffic areas and line monitors outside

If your friends or family have fallen for an internet conspiracy cult, here’s what you should do | QAnon

How do you rescue someone you love from the clutches of an internet conspiracy cult?

Do you maybe tell them that the operator of the “most prominent” website devoted to the unhinged, fact-free QAnon conspiracy theory was recently rumbled as a senior vice-president at Citibank?

According to reports, Jason Gelinas was a “longtime Wall Street IT expert” with a noteworthy professional interest in data mining. He perhaps knew better than most how susceptible people are to advertising when they’re angry and they’re frightened; reports claim he was earning $US3,000 a month from Q-adherents on his Patreon site, and suspected of compiling data on 10 million site visitors willing to believe – without evidence – that a network of Hollywood satanists run vast underground camps where raped children are milked for blood. It’s an unquestioning credulity that would have any marketer salivating.

Alas, the truth has done little to dissuade QAnon believers from the fictions of their conspiracy mythology. Unsurprisingly, the “Pizzagate” conspiracy that was QAnon’s forerunner should have fallen apart when an adherent wielded an assault rifle in a Washington pizzeria because he believed Hillary Clinton and her associates were running a child sex ring in its basement. The gunman found no Clinton, no children and no basement – and yet the themes of the conspiracy endure, and internationally. Yes, we have a QAnon problem in Australia now, too.

The conspiracy is finding ready purchase because those themes are already culturally familiar, sourced from millennia of antisemitic tropes that falsely accuse Jews of drinking the blood of Christian children; it’s no coincidence Jewish identities like George Soros and the Rothschilds are referenced in attacks. The present amplification coincides with the pandemic’s ratcheting up of individual anxiety at the same time it’s obliged people into finding longed-for socialisation on the internet.

San Antonio’s Metro Health says state overcounted school coronavirus cases; state pulls data from website

Within a day of releasing numbers of coronavirus cases for school district across Texas, a first since the pandemic began, the state health department pulled the data from its website after discovering “issues.”

Assistant City Manager Colleen Bridger said Friday that the city of San Antonio is relying on its own verified data to understand the virus’s grip on area schools.

The Metropolitan Health District on Thursday reported 52 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Bexar County schools — roughly 35 percent fewer cases than the Texas Department of State Health Services listed before pulling the numbers.

“We just make sure that we know for a fact that this student did get a positive lab test result and that they are in the school so that what we are reporting is what we are most worried about,” Bridger said.

The case numbers reported on the state website were supposed to be reported directly to the Texas Education Agency by school districts. The state health department did not return a request for comment about the discrepancies Friday evening.

In a statement on its website, it said that “issues were identified” with the school district data and that a new file would be posted once the problems were fixed. The statement did not say what the problems were.

On ExpressNews.com: Texas reports 6,300 COVID-19 cases in public schools since July

Bridger said the discrepancy is similar to differences between the state and local death counts: As of Friday, the state was reporting 1,271 deaths in Bexar County, while Metro Health had a total of just 1,073.

San Antonio officials have said the state overestimates the death count because death certificates can sometimes include an address for where the person died, not the county in which they lived, and sometimes lists

Google Meet Time Limits Are About To Become A Big Problem

Google Meet, the search engine giant’s video conferencing tool, made its premium features free for all in April. This gave pandemic-stricken users access to unlimited meetings and allowed Google to compete with the meteoric rise of Zoom.

But this was always meant to be temporary, a free trial period extended to the general public. Now, the free version of Google Meet will begin capping meetings for free users at 60 minutes and 100 users after Sept. 30.

“We don’t have anything to communicate regarding changes to the promo and advanced features expiring,” Google told The Verge in response to questions about the upcoming change. “If this changes, we’ll be sure to let you know.”

How much this change will affect users comes down to how their businesses might operate. If a smaller business uses Meet to conduct quick check-ins, it will be unlikely to notice any difference. However, any business that relies on these types of services for prolonged contact with other employees working remotely might now have to consider putting up some cash.

Google Meet’s premium features come alongside G Suite Essentials, a package that costs $8 a month. With this subscription, users can conduct meetings with a maximum length of 300 hours – effectively unlimited for any business or personal needs – and up to 150 users.

Google parent Alphabet is settling a lawsuit on sexual misconduct that eliminates a requirement for private arbitration of disputes Google parent Alphabet is settling a lawsuit on sexual misconduct that eliminates a requirement for private arbitration of disputes Photo: AFP / Fabrice COFFRINI

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