We got this list of freebies from a great friend Richard A.
Although movie theaters are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, digital screening rooms are open for business, offering the self-isolating public new and catalog films (and TV shows) for free.
HBO is making nearly 500 hours of programming available for a limited time via the HBONow and HBOGo apps, HBONow.com, HBOGo.com, and participating streaming platforms without a subscription. Hit movies like “Crazy, Stupid, Love,” “The Bridges of Madison County,” and “Storks;” documentaries including ‘McMilllion$” and “The Case Against Adnan Sayed;” and TV series including entire seasons of “Ballers,” “Barry,” Silicon Valley,” “The Sopranos,” “Six Feet Under,” “Succession” “True Blood,” “Veep” and the “The Wire” are among the offerings.
The annual SXSW festival is cancelled this year, but the Austin event is partnering with Amazon to stream movies subscription-free. The films will be available for 10 days, tentatively beginning in late April.
Spectrum Cable is offering its customers free access to Showtime and Epix through April 19, and AT&T subscribers who don’t receive premium channels can sample them this month at no charge. Epix will be available from April 4-16 and HBO and Cinemax from April 17-20.
A library card or university ID gives you access to thousands of new and classic films for free at Kanopy.com, including many kid-friendly selections. If you don’t mind commercial interruptions, many sites including Vudu, Tubi, IMDB, YouTube, and Crackle also offer movies free of charge.
AMC networks is making programming available for free at www.AMC.com, including the first half of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” Season 10, BBC America’s “Nature Now” documentaries, the season premiere of “Brockmire” on IFC and the first season of Sundance’s “Liar.” The selections will be available until Apr. 30
A citation is a listing online that includes your business name, address and phone number – also referred to as an NAP. Your citation listings that appear online need to be accurate – even down to the suite number. A typo on a listing on another website where your phone number or name is incorrect can affect your search rankings and/or even direct traffic to your website.
What is our recommended solution? We will check your NAP details on directories where your citations appear. We will search on Google for the following NAP related items:
Another alternative is to search for citations by looking for citation directories. We review the top directories and niche/local directories to validate your listings. Some of the main directories include Google, Yelp, Yellowpages, CitySearch, Superpages, and DexKnows.
We can also claim listings for your business in case they have not been claimed already. This process will ensure that you are given access to edit and update your listings going forward
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