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Robert Douglas
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Robert Douglas
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Competent gentleman who is currently studying Media in Britain.

What is unique that's not in your bio?
Graduate of English language and Media Studies.
What's your favorite accomplishment?
Walking to Wood Green and back.
How do you define cool?
Cool is a good job, done well that looks or reads in a great way. Cool and super cool are pretty much the same.
What is your secret to uncovering trends?
Take something popular look for deviancy's in the market take it to the bridge, optimise some words, browse some quirky images directed from reputable aggregates and readers and hey Presto, churning out quality info with an ability to earn dough from Google Addsense.
What do you enjoy most about Trend Hunter?
From start to today Trend Hunter has provided content to its users that is of great value within the industry standards, this started recruiting from Facebook, Facebook is much more popular now. Trend Hunter is an important part of Canada's conquests online. Trendhunter is fun and Jeremy the creator has wrote an amazing amount of literature to inspire people like me to churn out content as much as possible.
What is your favorite trend?
Normal stuff with a very fine edge, just enough to make it go viral and fit into the usual advertising bundle. Things like mobile phone cases or new tools made in different ways, to reports on small news papers that cover universal stories. Bit like Who wants to be a Millionaire getting sold to the whole world, same routine, same uniforms, same studio, same everything just other people churn out the same stuff, language I guess.
What are your tips for writing a juicy post?
You have to find out what popular, you should know a chink in the armour of this popular topic, set up this problem then hey presto offer the solution, draw possible testimonies from people who have quoted similar stories about similar problems and tie it into your crazy scoop, then tweak it later if need be or no one checks it out, most people check good things out sooner or later isn't it.
How do you reset to be creative?
Communicate, talk, listen to radio, browse inspiring images, mostly taken over time by myself and friends, soak in the good memories and relive the highs and dust of the lows, grow in the experience.
What inspires or excites you?
Inspiration comes from many things that I have discovered over the years, you see like many I have discovered most things its only when groups of people reiterate the validity in their own lives about how important it all is that you have to revisit, browse over and say yeah your right, I agree then get on with your day. The downfall of this is many people when well on there way find this interesting literature and claim there synchronous success inline with this type of literature, which as I am sure you'll agree is simply hogwash. I get excited by being reminded I am a know it all, but a t the same time it fustrates me because no matter how hard I use my skills, I feel that much of the end compliation is watered down in someway, so I inspire myself with nothing, look within, take a deep breath and hey presto the whole worlds looking and I am looking too we are all looking together not at each other but on the same page, its weird.
Predict something awesome for 2020?
By 2020 we will have robots in the home doing the dishes taking out the trash, watching our bins so no one can dump there rubbish in our bins, even going down the waste disposal units to inspect and communicate with other robots helbent on reduciing municipal waste. Why? Because we are crap at recycling; See: Trash Robot.com