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What is a verified badge on social media ?



What is a verified badge on social media ?

Can I get a verified badge on Instagram?

How to Get Verified on Instagram? What is a verified badge on Instagram? How to Get Instagram verification?

If Want to know how to get verified Badge on Instagram, we have the best solutions to get Instagram verification.

Instagram blue check is on every actors, singers and Athletes wishlist, but how to get that little blue check for yourself!

What is the Instagram blue check?

Instagram blue check or Instagram verification means creating your Instagram account as “the credible presence of a public, celebrity or global brand.”

A verified Instagram account receives a verified badge. This is a blue seal with a little of a checkmark that appears next to your username.

Verified Badges

Verified badges help people more easily find the public figures, celebrities and brands they want to follow.

What is a verified badge on Instagram?

A verified badge is a check that appears next to an Instagram account’s name in search and on the profile. It means Instagram has confirmed that an account is the authentic presence of the public figure, celebrity or global brand it represents.

Who gets verified on Instagram?

The blue badge is given to notable people and brands on Instagram. It’s really important to avoid imposter accounts and copycats!

Fake accounts, copycats and impersonators target well-known and influential accounts on social media. These imposters use their likeness to trick unwary followers.

At best, impersonators are annoying. At worst, they negatively affect your brand and image on social media.

That’s why the Instagram verified badge was created. The handy blue badge is a certification of authenticity on Instagram. It shows followers that the person or brand behind the account is real and can be trusted.

Instagram clarifies its views on verification in its guide files. The article says that a verified marker means that “Instagram is verified to be a valid account for public figures, celebrities or global brands that represent it.”

“To apply for a certified marker, you must be a public figure, a celebrity or a trademark, and have a specific account and eligibility requirements.”

How to Get Verified on Twitter?

If you’re not a fan of Twitter, you are probably not familiar with the Twitter Verification and the blue tick. But if you are an Instagram user, you have definitely seen the blue tick badge. Join Virlan to know more about this:

It indicates the real and authentic Instagram pages. Twitter uses the same blue tick so that users can distinguish valid accounts from invalid ones.

Explaining the blue tick, Twitter said:

Twitter verified badge appears prominently on an account’s profile and also next to the account name in search results. It has nothing to do with the settings of the account. In addition, It is always the same colour and placed in the same location, regardless of profile or theme colour customizations.”

Twitter Verification: the use of blue verified badge

Now you may be wondering what is the use of this verified emoji at all? In the simplest case, the blue verified badge on Twitter lets people know that an account of public interest is authentic.

You can apply for Twitter verification and receive a blue tick badge next to your name with a few simple moves. The most important factor in getting verified on Twitter is that the profile is of public interest.

TikTok Verification Blue Tick

Tiktok is a highly popular entertainment application that allows you to create, share and watch short movies from all over the world.

How to Get Verified on TikTok?

Meanwhile, the accounts of famous and popular people, including public figures, singers, musicians and professional athletes, etc., have a TikTok Verified Badge in a form of a blue tick.

Join Virlan to learn more about TikTok Verified Badge:

TikTok Verification or (Blue Tick) helps people to find accounts quickly. Moreover, it distinguishes the original account from the fake ones and fan pages.

The difference between TikTok Verified Badge and Popular Creator Badge

A blue tick (verified emoji) or a TikTok Verified Badge means that the user account has been approved as a special user by TikTok.

This tick appears prominently on an account’s profile and it will be there all the time. If you are one of the old users of TikTok, you must remember that the former name of TikTok was By changing its name, the “crown” of popular users has been replaced by the word Popular Creator Badge.

In order to increase the credibility of your page in TikTok, you can try to get a blue tick; But some users receive Popular Creator Badge before receiving the verified emoji.

Who is the Popular Creator?

People who have a large number of followers and likes also receive the Popular Creator Badge. So, if you actively produce quality and attractive content, have a lot of followers and get a lot of likes and comments, you will soon receive the popular creator badge.

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Tehran International Short Film Festival winners introduced



Tehran International Short Film Festival winners introduced

Addressing the gathering, the festival director Sadeq Mousavi thanked the event’s organizers, as well as the Iranian artists and filmmakers who sent about 1700 short films to the secretariat of the event

Iran is top 10 short films producers

Addressing the same gathering, Head of the Cultural and Social Commission of the Islamic Council of Tehran, Mohammad Javad Haghshenas, said: “We have been dealing with the Covid-19 disease for more than a year and many jobs and professions have been damaged, including the people of culture and art.”
Haghshenas said that Iran is one of the top 10 producers of short films in the world.

He added that the Iranian Youth Cinema Association is one of the oldest cinema schools in the world and organizes national and international festivals. 
In the meantime, Deputy Minister of Health Iraj HaririchiI thanked the festival’s organizers for commemorating martyrs of health, adding that dedicating a section for health is appreciated. 

Covid-19 Prize Category 

The award for best film in the “Covid 19” category went to “Shahab Abroshan” for “Ansins”.

Also in the continuation of this ceremony, the prizes of the short film study conference were awarded. The third prize went to “Mohsen Rahnama”, the second prize went to “Parisa Hosseinzadeh” and the first prize went to “Ahmad Khoshnit”.

ISFA Medal

The ISFA Medal was awarded by Elham Hosseinzadeh, President of the Iranian Short Film Association (ISFA). 

While appreciating the film “Dakal” directed by “Babak Mostafavi”, the “ISFA” medal for “Innovation in theme and creativity in the presentation of the film” Fear Shifts “directed by” Iman Salehi “.” ISFA “commendation plaque was also awarded to “Mahsa Samani”, the director of “Habub” animation, and was presented by “Maryam Kashkolinia”.

Addressing the same gathering, Head of Cinema Organization Hossein Entezami said:” When a phenomenon dominates the world, two paths can be taken; one is to shut everything down, and the other is to experience bio-coronation and move on with it. This festival took the second way and I have to thank my colleagues.”

Commemorating ceremony of Amir Lotfian

The next part of the ceremony was dedicated to the veteran photographer and filmmaker Amir Lotfian.

In this section, “Ahmad Masjed Jamei”, a member of the Islamic Council of Tehran, said, “In Mr. Lotfian’s collection of photographs, I saw photography which conveyed a lot of joy during the hard and difficult years of the 60’s. I thank the doctors for their support of this festival, but of course, the cinema has lost great people during this period, whose memory we cherish. I hope we continue to see short filmmakers shine at home and abroad.”

International Competition Awards

Iranian director Behnam Behzadi, Italian Director Lia Beltrami, as well as Planning Manager of Busan Film Festival Kyeongyeon, are slated to judge the films in this section of the festival.

The Best International Documentary Award went to “Kak Iraj” by Jamshid Farjondfarda from Iran. The director of this film presented this award to the medical staff.

The award for best animated short film went to “Candela” co-directed by Marc Riba and Anna Solanas from Spain.

The award for best short fiction film went to “DAYIE or Good Night” directed by Anthony Netty from Ghana.
National Competition Awards

The jury members of the “National Competition Section were: “Mohammad Mehdi Asqarpour”, “Mohammad Reza Delpak”, “Nasser Saffarian”, “Ismail Monsef”, “Bahram Tavakoli”, “Rohollah Hejazi”, “Roqayeh Tavakoli”, “Ashkan Rahgozar” and “Hamid-Reza Lotfian” cast their votes as follows:

In the Best Cinematography category, the festival statuette and the cash prize for the best cinematography were awarded to “Vahid Beyoteh” for the feature film “Gabriel”.

“Leila Mir Nasiri” was awarded the Diploma of Honor for Best Innovation for his role in “Nahid”.

The best editing award went to “Babak Bahrambeigi” for editing the short film “Bloody Children”.

In the best sound section, the festival statue and a cash prize were awarded to “Mohammad Hossein Mehrjoo” and “Mohammad Kashfi” for the sound of the feature film “Khonab”.

The award for the best research in the documentary was given to “Fereshteh Tavakoli” for “Forough Kooche Bonbast”. 

In the best screenplay adaptation category, the festival statue and a cash prize were awarded to “Mohammad Reza Moradi” for “Dual Pa”.

In the category of the best screenplay, the festival statuette and a cash prize were awarded to “Samad Alizadeh” for the feature film “Nahid”.

The best animation director award went to “Mona Abdullah Shahi” for “Red Fire”.

The Best Documentary Director Award went to “Arman Gholipour Dashtaki” for “Bloody Children”

The award for best director of experimental film went to “Kamal Kachouian” for “Adapt”.

The Best Feature Film Award went to “Mahyar Mandegar” for “Winged White Horse”.

The special jury award went to “Iman Salehi” for “Overcoming Fear”.

The award for best film in Iranian cinema went to “Hamid Reza Zubair” for production of “Winged White Horse”.

The grand prize of the festival in the international section was awarded to “Reza Fahimi” for the short film “Sefidpoosh” from Iran.

Presided by Sadeq Mousavi, the event which inaugurated on Jan 15, in physical and online formats in Iran Mall cinema hall was wrapped up on Jan 25.

In this year edition, over 4,986 foreign and 1,700 Iranian short films were submitted to different sections of the festival.

In the meantime, 146 Iranian films are competing in the national sections of the event which include feature, documentary, experimental and animation.


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Iranian athletes to take part in online Asian shooting C’ship



Iranian athletes to take part in online Asian shooting C'ship

The Asian shooting competitions will be held virtually on Thursday with the presence of Iranian athletes and the event will be hosted by Kuwait in three fields the rifle, air pistol, and flying targets.

In the field of pistols and air pistol, Javad Foroughi, Vahid Golkhandan, Sajjad Pourhosseini, Hanieh Rostamian, Golnoosh Sebghat Elahi and Mina Ghorbani will compete against their rivals.

The competitions will reportedly be held without a final according to the decision of the organizing committee.

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Iran House of Innovation, Tech. inaugurated in Nairobi



Iran House of Innovation, Tech. inaugurated in Nairobi

On Wednesday, the Iran House of Innovation of Technology in Kenya was inaugurated in the presence of Sorena Sattari, Vice President for Science and Technology, Joseph Murchero, Kenyan Minister of ICT, as well as the Kenyan president of the Chamber of Commerce.

Located in the city of Nairobi, this center is supposed to act as a permanent base for Iran to facilitate the export of Iranian knowledge-based creative products and services in the East African market.

Speaking in this ceremony, Sorena Sattari spoke about Iran’s achievements in the field of medical equipment amid the Covid-19 pandemic, noting that in order to combat the virus, knowledge-based companies have succeeded in manufacturing hospital ventilators, home oxygenators, hospital oxygenators, vital signs monitor, pulse oximeters, non-contact digital thermometers, CT scan devices, etc.

“All of this progress has taken place at a time when my country, despite its goodwill towards the JCPOA, is enduring the harshest sanctions imposed by the United States”, he added.

“In recent years, we have witnessed significant growth in the fields of technology and innovation in our country. Iran’s global rank in science production has risen from 34th to16th and the first in the region”, he also said.

Elsewhere in his remarks, he expressed hope that the Iran House of Innovation and Technology will become a turning point in bilateral economic cooperation between Iran and Kenya, stressing that the Islamic Republic of Iran fully supports technological cooperation between Iranian and Kenyan companies.


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