Jarvee Installation Tutorial for Beginners

Here’s a very useful video which shows you the very first steps you need to take to install Jarvee.    It ‘s a tool which you can use for managing and promoting all sorts of social media accounts, but I basically found it when I was searching for a free trial of an Instagram Bot.

It’s very easy to install and you can even use the free trial account to get started, just click the graphic below to get the link to the free version.

The video assumes you are running it on a VPS (virtual private server) but you don’t need to do this.  IT can be run on your home PC as long as you have a decent computer, a reasonable internet connection and some proxies for hiding your IP address.  Remember though you will have to leave your computer on for Jarvee to function most effectively.


Video Transcript

What’s up this is Sam from Influentgram.  In this video I’m going to show you how to download the social media automation tool Jarvee and set it up on your VPS.  To begin we need to sign up for Jarvee so click on the first link in the description so you get to this page here and now we’re going to click on try Jarvee today for free.  Then we get to the page where you see all the different packages now to begin we’ll just take the starter package which allows you to automate up to 10 social accounts.  It’s free for five days and afterwards you pay 19.95 dollars per month.

On the next page check again that you have actually chosen the right package which is the free trial and then enter your email address and then click start free trial now. You will have received an email from Jarvee and if you’re not already logged into your VPS you need to do that now.  If you don’t already have a VPS setup I have a step-by-step tutorial on how to get a free VPS for  one year I’ll leave a link to it in the description so go to Microsoft Remote Desktop and click on your VPS and your VPS password and click on the arrow and our login to our VPS.  If you’re using a Windows you only need to click on your VPS file and then it will automatically connect you to your VPS.

Before we begin we need to disable ie enhance security on our windows VPS so we don’t get any trouble browsing with the internet explorer so to do this. Go to start then go to server manager then go to local server and on the right side you find IE enhance security configuration click on on and then here on administrators turn it off.  Click okay then you can go up to tasks and click on refresh and then you see that it is now turned off we can close this again and now we’re ready to move on and download Jarvee.

Go to your email inbox from your VPS Internet Explorer and open the email they have sent you in the email you see your username which is your email address that you signed up with and your password to proceed we’re going to need to download the installer so we just click on the link download the installer.  Then to download the derby installer we click on recommended direct download and we will save it on the desktop.  So I’ve downloaded it and saved it on to your desktop just double-click it and click run then click Next I accept terms in the license agreement next then again next and then click install.  Now we will finish installing Jarvee so we can just click finish and it will automatically launch our VPS need to sign in with your email address and password that they have sent you by a email click on sign in.

Congratulations you have now successfully installed Jarvee on your VPS in the next video we’re gonna go over the main settings and we’re gonna set up our first Instagram account if you found this video helpful please give it a thumbs up and subscribe to the channel

Hope you found this useful, will be a few posts this week before I go quite for a well earned break in Portugal.

20 Things to Do in Los Angeles

Video Transcript

 

Los Angeles. Entertainment capital of the world. Ready for it? It’s coming for you.

In 3, 2, 1… Hollywood Boulevard Take in a movie at El Capitan, Hollywood’s legendary landmark theater and home of the first spoken drama Kodak Building.  It’s got the best view of the Hollywood sign. Hollywood Star Walk or the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The walk is over 3 1/2 miles long, with over 2500 stars. Mann’s Chinese Theater. It’s filled with celebrity names and their hand print and shoe prints too.

Rock of Fame .

At the entrance of the legendary Guitar Center on Sunset Boulevard, are memorial plaques with the hand prints and signatures of your favorite rock-n-roller. Hollywood Forever Cemetery . It is one of the places you would come to celebrities. The catch is that they’re all dead.

One of the best views of Hollywood and Los Angeles is from Runyon Canyon. The only way to get there will cost you a 15 minute hike. It’s the LA smog, which will get you when you’re hiking. I’m huffing and puffing right now. Ever wanted to see the Hollywood Sign up close? Why not hike there.

A famous landmark and people watching spot is Canter’s 24 hour Deli. La Brea Tar pits, where a lot of animals met their death. LA County Museum of Arts is one of my favorite stops, contemporary art at it’s finest. Free Museum Days Fan of TV and talk shows?

Get ready to see some Free Live Tapings. Duration of the taping could last anywhere from three to five hours. LA has a lot of food options for many diets and being vegetarian I’m glad they have an option for me. Fill ‘er up!

Convenient and car-friendly lookout for viewing the city is Griffith Observatory. Offers one of the best night views of Los Angeles city, but did you know by day it’s a great park for hiking? The Comedy Store on the Sunset Strip is a legendary venue which showcased some of Hollywood’s most famous comedians.

How bout some evening fun? Los Angeles has a killer night scene. Can’t go anywhere without finding something L.A. hip. A trip to Los Angeles wouldn’t be special without a visit to Venice Beach. Stroll down the boardwalk, see some acts and some interesting characters. If you like this video Until the next video, travel safe, smart and fun

 

Additional:

For those who travel and want to maximize their entertainment benefits can I suggest that everyone outside the US switch to the American version of Netflix.  It’s way better than all the other versions and you can try it out here.

The same program can also unlock UK television as well, essential if you’re a fan of the BBC.   read about this functionality in this post entitled BBC Smart DNS,

Vacation Travel Guide – Los Angeles

Video Transcript

Los Angeles is situated in Southern California, on the West Coast of the USA. Home to 18 million people.

Los Angeles is a collection of distinct cities that rolls out from the dry Santa Monica Mountains to the Pacific Ocean. L.A.’s sunshine, her entertainment industry and her openness to newcomers and new ideas has made the city a magnet to dreamers.  Many of those whose dreams become reality, like Walt Disney and John Paul Getty, poured their wealth back into the city, helping make L.A. one of the great culture capitals of the world.

Downtown Los Angeles is a center of global business and home to some of the finest examples of American civic architecture. It’s also the birthplace of the city. Wander down Olvera Street, one of the oldest surviving areas in L.A., to experience the colors and tastes of Old Mexico. Just across the road from Olvera Street is Union Station, one of the world’s great railway stations. You’ll be forgiven if you experience a sense of déjà vu here; Union Station has been featured in almost 30 big-budget movies, including Pearl Harbor and Blade Runner. Stroll south to Little Tokyo, or J-Town as the locals know it, which is home to Buddhist temples, galleries and museums. While you’re there, why not try some super-fresh sushi? After all, the California Roll was invented right here!

Half a mile to the west is the Walt Disney Music Hall. Looking like pieces of sheet music thrown to the wind, this stainless steel wonder is home to L.A.’s Philharmonic Orchestra. Hail a taxi for the short ride west to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The one-hundred-thousand-piece collection at LACMA houses works that span the ages, from the classical periods through the edgiest street art. Right next door is a very different kind of gallery.

At the La Brea Tar Pits and George C. Page Museum, remains of incredibly preserved mammals, insects and plants are continually excavated and brought once more into the Californian sunshine. Heading further west, along Wilshire Boulevard, the aroma changes from the smell of tar pits, to $ mon-neeey $

Welcome to Rodeo Drive, in the heart of Beverly Hills. This is the world’s most expensive and exclusive three blocks of shopping. But you don’t have to be a star to enjoy Rodeo Drive; most folks are content to window shop. But there’s more to Beverly Hills than just bling! Only a street or two away awaits a world of leafy boulevards and incredible homes and gardens. Head north to Hollywood, the epicenter of the world’s entertainment industry. Track down your favorite star on the historic Hollywood Walk of Fame, and catch a movie at Grauman’s Chinese Theater, the most famous first-run movie theater in the world. Take a walk on the wilder side of L.A., to West Hollywood. WeHo is a haven for artists and designers.

As evening falls, boogie on down to Sunset Strip, home to iconic clubs such as The Viper Room and the Whiskey a Go Go. ♪ Boogie On Down ♪ Griffith Park is the largest and wildest urban park in America. Here, perched high on the slopes of Mount Hollywood, and offering superb views of L.A., you’ll find the Griffith Observatory. Built on land donated by mining magnate Griffith J. Griffith, admission to the main building and grounds is still free of charge, according to his wishes.

Universal Studios is the oldest continually running movie studio in America. It features a theme park based around its blockbuster movies and popular TV shows, however the star attraction is the studio tour, which winds its way through acres of sound stages and back lots. And if you have that sense of déjà vu again, it’s no wonder – some of the sets have been featured in dozens of movies and are still in use today.

20 miles southeast of downtown is Knott’s Berry Farm. Originally a berry farm in the 1930’s, this theme park has grown into a family favorite with child-friendly rides, short queues and offers a real taste of America’s pioneering heritage. Just down the road, in Anaheim, is Disneyland Park. Since its opening in 1955 over 600 million guests have delighted in seeing Disney’s much-loved characters brought to life.

The Port of Los Angeles, the biggest container port in the USA, sits on San Pedro Bay. Climb aboard the USS Iowa, a World War II battleship which saw service in some of the most dramatic episodes in world history. Nearby at the Aquarium of the Pacific, 500 marine species sway, swirl and dive through the various marine systems of the vast Pacific, from the sun-drenched coast of Baja to the frigid waters of the Arctic. Long Beach was once the birthplace of California’s surfing scene, but a breakwater has now tamed the wild waves, making the beach an ideal destination for families.

From Long Beach, hop aboard a ferry, and take a one-hour trip to Catalina Island. Once the home of otter hunters, smugglers and gold prospectors, these days day-trippers and weekenders are far more interested in working on their golden tans and escaping the frantic pace of the mainland. Heading west from L.A., Santa Monica is one of the most popular resort towns in the US. Santa Monica epitomizes the California lifestyle of sun, sand and the body beautiful! And right at her heart is her iconic pier. Things get a little funkier just down the coast at Venice Beach. Long the center of L.A.’s counterculture, Venice is more than just a beach, however. The main attraction here is the promenade.

So pull on your in-line skates and join the colorful and sometimes bizarre human parade. After the craziness of Venice Beach, head 5 miles north to the tranquility of the Santa Monica Mountains. The Getty Center houses the extraordinary art collection of billionaire John Paul Getty. Water features prominently throughout the complex, encouraging quiet reflection. Hire a convertible and follow the scenic Pacific Coast Highway to Malibu; 21 miles of prime Californian coastline scented with salt and coastal sage. Many of L.A.’s stars live in homes that cling to these dramatic hillsides by the Pacific,  which is the perfect metaphor for L.A.. A city built on an unshakable optimism and a devotion to creation – both human and natural.

Welcome to the City of Angels

Additional:

Some handy tips for doing your research online before you visit LA.  Firstly for booking trips and accessing US only resources – this is a useful tip use US residential proxies like based in this blog post about sneaker proxies.

If you can’t make it to the US and want a taste of the films and movies they get in their version of Netflix there’s an interesting post here about unblocking Netflix without using a VPN,

 

The Best Museums and Galleries in San Francisco

San Francisco is full of educational and historical museums and galleries. The information provided in the museums will help you discover San Francisco as well as art, culture and history. Interactive exhibits will entertain adults and children alike. Below we have highlighted some of the more popular museums in the San Francisco area. We hope you will find a few to visit while you are here. If you search around online to make your hotel and car rental reservations then you can often find some great discounts. If you’re outside the US it’s worth using a VPN or something to give you a US IP address as you’ll get better deals. There’s quite a lot of choice but you can actually use the one I subscribe to to watch British TV in the USA.

Museums

  • Bay Area Discovery Museum – Hands-on interactive exhibits for children. Ongoing classes, performances and special programs. 557 East Fort Baker, Sausalito (415) 487-4398
  • Cable Car Barn & Museum – Learn the history of San Francisco’s cable cars and see the underground cables that pull the cars along the tracks. 1201 Mason/Washington (415) 474-1887
  • Coyote Point Museum – Colorful environmental exhibits, computer games, an aquarium and wildlife habitats of the Bay Area. San Mateo (415) 342-7755
  • Exploratorium – An interactive science museum housed in the Palace of Fine Arts. Reservations are required for the Tactile Dome. 3601 Lyon/Marina Blvd. (415) 561-0360
  • Lawrence Hall of Science – This children’s user-friendly museum features interactive experimentation in geology, animal behavior and plant life. UC Berkeley (510) 642-5134
  • Randall Museum – Designed just for children, this museum offers ongoing classes in art, science, computers and a petting zoo. Museum Way/Roosevelt (E, 11) (415) 554-9600
  • Maritime Museum – History of West Coast steam navigation. View figureheads, ship models, art and photos. Polk/Beach (415) 556-3002
  • Mexican Museum – This museum is devoted to the fine art, folk art, culture and history of Mexican and Mexican-American/Chicano people. Fort Mason, Bldg. D (415) 441-0404
  • Museum of the City of San Francisco – Explore the City’s history through photographs, maps, paintings, antiques, artifacts. The Cannery, 2801 Leavenworth/Beach (415) 928-0289

Galleries

  • Thomas Kinkade Gallery – The authentic source for current releases and vintage originals from the Painter of Light (TM). 781 Beach/Hyde (415) 440-0270
  • Lahaina Galleries – Featuring sculptures, paintings and prints by John Cosby, Adolf Sehring, Jan Parker, Gary Swanson, Kudo, Andrea Smith and more. 645 Beach/Hyde (415) 749-1000
  • Wyland Gallery – One of the world�s premier environmental marine life artists. Original oils, sculpture and watercolors, gifts from the sea. PIER 39 (415) 398-1922

For more information on changing, switching and hiding your IP address then check out this useful link where you’ll find loads of proxy related information.