Rob Wood is a entrepreneur woking on his photographic community website Lightstalking. Using WordPress as a platform, he started working out of his lounge room, until he found the experience was less than ideal ( or “Drove me mad” as was the quote). Being at Fishburners has been great experience. Rob has found a large amount of knowledge on such things as SEO and business skills he can draw on from other members and mentors. Rob also noted unlike most [...]
RDIO is a “new” streaming service for Australians. Starting in 2010, it conducted a soft launch in Australia early in 2010, and officially opened it’s service to Australia on 20th January.
Following an interesting series of blog posts on how people like political bloggers Malcolm Farnsworth, Kim (Kimbo) Rampling and Dragonista use Twitter, I thought it would be a good idea for me to blog about my own experiences given that I use social media in both a semi-professional and personal manner. 1. Twitter I have 2 main accounts, my personal account (@iDarryl) and my political idiotcy account (@FakePaulKeating). I would say with my personal account, I made an early mistake of [...]
Bizzbuzz is a business to business website that allows small business to try out services and products without paying full price. Darryl Adams was able to speak to founder Marcus Layton about the business was founded and his goals.
It’s been a long time coming, but Twitter has today finally revealed support for upcoming trends on Twitter in Australia is now available.