How to Give a Girl Extreme Orgasms! Surprisingly, Most People Don’t Even Know This

The extreme orgasms will happen only if your foreplay goes right. You should be able to arouse a girl to heights of pleasure by the mind blowing foreplay you engage in.

The more variation in the foreplay and the positions and the style the more the ecstasy you will build in her and the better will she orgasm.

Stroking the arms and legs- The first place to stroke is the arm. Run your fingers along the length of each arm. Stroke also the inner sides of her arms and the palms. These portions are quite sensitive.

Stroke her down the entire length of the legs. The feet too are quite sensitive. Only make sure the stroking does not become too ticklish for her to bear.

Fondling of the breasts- Gently stroke each mound of the breast in a circular motion. Brush your fingers past the nipples but do not tweeze them yet.

After some time of massaging the breasts then tweeze the nipples between two fingers. You could also use the tongue as a variation.

Take the nipple into your mouth now and fondle it gently.

The clitoris and the vagina- Once she’s fairly aroused through fondling of the breasts and nipples, it’s time to shift your attention to the vaginal area.

Tickle and stroke the clitoris and the vaginal lips for that mind blowing ecstasy that is continually on the rise. Use the tongue here too for more variation in stimulation.

The g spot stimulation- While at the clitoris and vaginal lips slip your finger in and out of the vaginal channel to keep the area stimulated. Use your finger sometimes and the penis alternately to probe the vaginal channel.

Once you’ve found and located the g spot stimulate that in a ‘come hither’ motion with your palm facing upwards.

That will provide the final strokes for the extreme orgasms you give her.

The Social Channel – Keeping Pace With the Power of the Consumer

Facebook and Twitter have become two very effective sounding boards, giving consumers a platform to communicate with friends and followers in an instant, reading and sharing opinions of products, services, and brands. With 140 characters or less, consumers have the ability to influence the buying behavior of hundreds of their peers in short period of time in a casual, friendly, trusted environment.

The importance of these communication channels seems to be understood by many retailers from a marketing standpoint. Brick & mortar companies along with online-only retailers continue to adopt what has become a smarter and more powerful consumer market, full of product reviews, company research, price comparisons, and peer recommendations on a global scale.

Having the ability to communicate directly with customers on a daily basis gives retailers more insight into their own business, allowing them to provide better customer service and make necessary operational or product adjustments based on popular feedback. It also gives them the opportunity to share relevant product information and offers to loyal customers, who in turn may share the information immediately with their peers within the same channel.

The issue is no longer whether the channels are important; the issue is primarily around execution, how to communicate through the channels effectively, engaging the intended audience while maintaining the integrity of the brand.

Though many companies now have a Facebook business page, the successful brands are those that use the channel with the understanding that it is primarily a social communication tool for friends and associates, not the typical marketing channel. Successful retailers use it as a way to enhance the shopping and brand experience, fully aware that they are in the customers’ home turf.

In this environment, marketers must play by the rules of their customers, providing them with the information that their audience will “Like” or “Share while respecting their customers’ privacy and overall user-experience within the channel. Pushy “buy now” marketing messages will not play very well, whereas honest engagement through “sharing” and excitement about a product or offer may be welcome.

Communication through this channel also requires a degree of caution. Anything the retailer does can be shared instantaneously within this Social Channel to an incredibly broad audience, permanently affecting their brand and reputation, for good or bad. A simple “tweet” mentioning the brand can noticeably (and measurably) affect the awareness and perception of the brand.

While many retailers are still behind the ball when it comes to effectively executing in these social channels, others have responded quickly to consumer demands and are putting resources behind what has become the new face of online marketing.

One such retailer is Tea Collection, an online children’s clothing store based in San Francisco, CA. E.B. Boyd recently highlighted their efforts in a Fast Company article, specifically around the success Tea had with a Facebook promotion last summer; Tea gave their Facebook fans the opportunity to vote for their favorite piece, promising to provide a significant discount to the piece that received the most votes.

Not only did Tea Collection fans have fun with the promotion and vote down the price of a $59 girl’s dress to $10, Tea had one of their biggest sales days ever, selling out of the dress as well as several other items.

The success of this promotion was largely due to Tea’s ability to engage their audience with a fun and valuable offer, then following it up with great customer service and quality products.

This well-balanced mix of engagement, service, and quality has been a decisive factor for marketing campaigns from the start. These three principles of marketing continue to be critical to the success of any retailer, especially those looking to capitalize on the current popularity of the Social Channel. Without these basic principles, retailers may jeopardize relationships with even their most loyal customers, ultimately losing any influence they may have had.

Early this year, CNBC’s Consumer Nation published an article posing the not-so-rhetorical question, “Consumers, Do You Know How Powerful You Are?” In her article, Barbara Thau points out that shoppers are “…becoming the critical influencers over what their peers buy…” due to social tools such as Facebook and Twitter. With retailers losing some of their influence due to smarter consumer choices, many retailers are “…grappling to keep pace with an increasingly digitally connected consumer.”

Retailers must also have a sense of how massive this channel has become. According to the most recent Social Bakers numbers, Facebook alone has grown worldwide by over 80 million users worldwide since the beginning of 2011. That is an average of approximately 700 thousand new accounts per day! This number includes the rising number of retailers that continue to do their best to keep up with this ever-changing online marketing channel.

Since success and return on investment are more difficult to measure in some cases and may not be apparent as quickly as they were with Tea Collection, many retailers are hesitant to put additional resources into any online campaign that cannot be tracked from a bottom-line standpoint. However, as the Social Channel continues to develop, new tools and resources are becoming more prevalent and effective, allowing for greater, more holistic insight into all online marketing campaigns, including the Social Channel campaigns.

Regardless of success measurements and ROI, the fact of the matter is that the Social Channel is full of consumers capable of reaching and potentially influencing hundreds if not thousands of their peers, literally, with a click of a button. If retailers are to be effective on any level within this environment, it will help them to have an appreciation for how powerful the channels and their primary users have become.

Item Girls and Cheerleaders!

The buzzword nowadays is marketing, in all forms of products and services. For marketability you need loads of glamor quotients that generate the required publicity or the desired hype. And as always, glamor is closely associated with beautiful women.

Creativity in marketing amounts to an uncanny ability of the advertisers to link everything under the sun to beautiful women or hot girls. East or west, this women-centric perception of glamorization is growing. There has to be a distinct success quotient associated with this process, else the progression would not go on.

Indian cinema in the Hindi language, popularly known as Bollywood covering mostly mainstream movies, has been the glamor storehouse with its heroes, heroines, vamps, villains and elaborately choreographed song and dance sequences. For obvious glamor reasons Bollywood had been increasing its links with the fashion industry too in recent times. Models are game always for both heroines and vamps in movies and they are the quickest to get established in the film world.

The Bollywood producers and directors want to generate maximum publicity and hype particularly before big movie releases. So, they have often adopted the concept ‘item numbers’ which means a technocratic and madly orchestrated dance sequence. This particular sequence has no relevance to or bearing on the main plot, the only motive being more effective marketing. The lead dancers in the ‘item numbers’ is called ‘item girls’.

Item numbers have created a distinct profession of item girls who may or may not ultimately become leading ladies. But doused in glamor they are hugely successful in terms of money, career and exposure. Basically an item girl, Rakhi Sawant has become a raging sensation in India thanks to her reality shows on television one of which even featured Rakhi as a prospective bride and married her off before the whole nation.

With millions of cricket lovers around Indian Cricket is marketed most aggressively by the richest cricket board of the world, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), and it was just a matter of time before Cricket and Movies sized each other up. A mutually inclusive relationship started between them and that led to mega movie stars watching live cricket matches getting a lot of attention from the glamor hunting media while movies started having stories plotted on cricket. For glamor marketing enough was never enough though.

Like the normally three-hour Bollywood movies, the BCCI invented the Indian Premiere League (IPL) in the shortest T20 format of cricket where matches get completed in exactly three hours. Such cricket movies have to be showered with glamor. So, the BCCI introduced cheerleaders in IPL matches. Cheerleaders are basically athletic and attractive girls who cheer on every major happening in a cricket match by dancing and gesticulating ferociously. Essentially the cheerleaders substituted for the item girls of movies. Aroused by the holy mix and an ‘understanding’ cricket board top entertainment TV channels in India started bidding for major cricket tournaments including the World Cup with the express aim of staging attractive female anchor-commentators, star guests and various glamor-mongering on-field activities.

In the next stage of glamor marketing we could definitely hope to see a mutual mega-mix of models, item girls and cheerleaders. Cheers!