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Darius Fisher, the Fixer

Darius Maxwell Fisher is a renowned enterpriser, business authority, president and co founder of Status Labs which is an online notoriety management,digital marketing and social relations firm that originated in January 2013 in Austin, Texas.
PRWEEK proclaimed in October 2015, in Innovation 50 that it perceives Status Labs as a bright ascending star in public relations and digital communications, acclaimed this company for profound sphere of work and expertise which includes crisis resolution, vaccinating clients where doable beforehand or ultimately resolve the problem after the fact, and shining up Google search results for more than 1500 clients in 35 countries.
Status labs offered second chances to Fortune 500 brands, politicians, executives, CEO’s, athletes and notable public figures.
Darius Fisher received distinguished recognition from the New York Times and Yahoo News,for their interference in benefiting victims of the Ashley Madison drudge and empower them to inflate sales by way of persuasive digital marketing skills and a debonair public relations plan of action.
Darius Fisher created the vital perception of his company and constructed partnerships with agencies and determinants, and initiated their domestic and international gross revenue and account governing body groups.
He congregated an amazingly adept team of 35 employees in his company and promoted Status Labs internationally, constructing business in Latin America,Europe,and the Gulf Region..
Status Labs now has offices in Sao Paolo,Brazil and New York.
He created several companies that have generated revenue in excess of $20 million.
Darius Maxwell Fisher was born in New York, and graduated from Vanderbilt University with a BS degree in economics.
He has always had an interest in digital mercantilism, technology, government and social dealings, notoriety management,commercial and residential real estate evolution.
Preceding to forming his company, he was employed by Agora in Buenos Aires, Argentina a senior copywriter and his occupation took him to Ireland,Argentina,and Baltimore, Maryland.
And much earlier in life he was also employed by Discovia in San Francisco, Ca. as a litigation support executive, and also worked for Storefront Political Media in San Francisco, Ca. as a political consultant.
He lived in Spain, and traveled throughout India,Europe,South America and the United States.
He speaks fluent Spanish and Portuguese.

Status Labs Experiences Incredible Revenue Growth

With the growth of the digital world companies like Status Labs are experiencing extraordinary increases in revenue. Status Labs is an international online reputation management, digital marketing and public relations firm that began in 2012. The company modifies their services to help the individual needs of every client but their main goals include helping clients improve their search result image and to grow their clients sales through the use of digital marketing strategies and public relations management. Since the company’s inception Status Labs revenue has increased 939 percent.
Status Labs attributes its extraordinary growth to the modern digital tactics that they offer their clients. These tactics can include search engine optimization which will rank a clients business homepage on page 1 of a search. Status Labs can also help their clients through digital reputation management. This means they will create blogs, social media accounts and bookmarking sites for a client. They will also maintain these accounts and provide a monthly report that details the progress of a company’s online presence. Other services offered include content marketing, content automation technology, Google suggested and related search management, crisis management, permanent link removal, corporate rebranding, social media management, Google Adwords and social media marketing, to name a few.
Status Labs is based in Austin, Texas with offices in New York and Sao Paulo. The company works with 1500 clients in more than 35 countries. This past year has seen Status Labs sign over 160 new clients in industries such as politics, healthcare, finance, technology, real estate and more. To meet the needs of their growing clientele Status Labs has increased its workforce by over 12 percent in the last year. They will continue to grow their workforce in 2016 by adding to their teams in Austin, Texas and New York City.

Beats Music Will Be Priced Around $10

Apple’s attempts to persuade record labels to offer music at lower prices were unsuccessful it looks like. Apple, which recently purchased Beats, is looking to relaunch the company’s Beat Music streaming radio service soon. As part of that relaunch, the computer giant was reportedly trying to work out a deal with record labels that would allow it to offer streaming radio at a lower price that its competitors Spotify and Pandora.

It turns out, that after a lot of negotiations even Apple wasn’t able to sway the record industry. Brian Torchin ( has learned that Apple was trying to convince labels to offer lower licensing costs that would ultimately have allowed it to offer Beats Music for $8 per month without ads. Unfortunately, it couldn’t win those negotiations and instead will be offering the service for the same $10/month as its competitors.

That doesn’t mean that Apple won’t get a ton of perks from record labels. Since it’s uniquely positioned as both a streaming provider and a huge retailer for tunes, you could see artists offering Apple exclusive tracks, or the opportunity to stream or sell their album before other services are given a shot.

Apple is expected to unveil the new Beats Music during its developer conference, WWDC, later this year.

Facebook is Working on an Android Dialer

Facebook is working on an Android app for calls that might be better than your current dialer. The new dialer will show information about the person who’s calling you in addition to just their name, and will work as a blocker for numbers that you’d rather not call you. The blocking feature is particularly interesting because Facebook will pay attention to what numbers are being blocked by other users and then automatically block them for you. For instance, if a spammer calls a number of Facebook users, the number might be blocked for you so you never receive the spam call in the first place.

While Facebook has confirmed that it’s working on the app, it doesn’t have any sort of timeline for when or if it will release it to the public. People at Anastasia Date have learned that a company spokesperson indicated that Facebook is also working on new projects, but it doesn’t have anything in particular to announce at this time about the call blocking app in particular.

Facebook’s last big push into Android apps was Facebook Home, a launcher for Android devices hat was never able to get much traction with users.