For Better or for Worse: Six Ways the Web Has Changed Relationships Between Businesses and Consumers

The Internet has changed everything. You might say that it’s put everything out in the open, with not much left to theimagination. Before the web and social media, customer interaction was largely a private exchange between the business and the customer. Now it’s is much more public. Users share their experiences via ...Read More

New Year, New Optimization —Ways to Keep Your Search Rank Up

A new year is a great time to set new goals and review your progress to determine what future goals and changes to expect. If you haven’t reviewed your website lately to make sure your SEO strategies are up to date and working effectively, now is a great time to do so. ...Read More

Six German Startups to Look Out For

During the past few years, German startups have experienced an exciting revival. In 2011, Internet startups in Germany received more global venture capital funding that any other countries aside from the U.S. and China. Some investors are even championing Berlin specifically as the next Silicon Valley. Facebook co-founder, Matt Cohler, has described ...Read More

Three Tips For Identifying High-quality Web Developer Training

It is quality rather than quantity that matters. – Seneca When it comes to training options for web developers, quantity seems to reign supreme – just type “web development training” into your favorite search engine, and see the myriad of videos, tutorials, university programs, on-site providers and more, each of which offers ...Read More

Six People Who Blogged Their Way Into a Job

Blogging has transcended the banal and is now an art form. There are plenty of people out there who have found international celebrity and millions of dollars simply from blogging…how many other hobbies can say that? Whether you’re a business blogger, a hobby blogger, or both take a few tips from some ...Read More

Six French Startups to Look Out For

Even though the word “entrepreneur” comes from the French language, France has never been famous for their enterprising spirit, albeit a few exceptions. But it seems that things are starting to change. Thanks to the creation of several Incubators in Paris and numerous French national policies to ease startup creations, we are ...Read More

Apple Announces Release of iPad Air and iPad Mini with Retina

At their latest media event in San Francisco on Tuesday, Apple announced the new iPad Air and Mini with Retina. The new iPads will both be released in November; with the Air going public on the 1st and the iPad Mini being shipped later that month. The new iPad Air is going ...Read More

INFOGRAPHIC: 5 Reasons to Teach Kids to Code

Technology is one of the fastest growing industries in the world and yet by 2020 there is expected to be 1 million more computing jobs than there are students. That leaves only 30% of computing jobs filled, creating a $500 billion gap in the ecosystem called The United States of America. These ...Read More

Top Tips for Launching a Successful Freelance Career

Being a freelancer is something that greatly appeals to many people. It is a very flexible job and fundamentally you are making money from doing something you love. There are so many companies out there that offer a platform for freelancers to showcase their work, I will mention this further on in ...Read More

INFOGRAPHIC: Social Media in 2013 by the Numbers

Social media is by far the biggest thing on the internet; used by individuals and businesses alike. But sometimes it is hard to comprehend just how much of an impact it has had on our lives. It’s weird to think how far the internet has come from sites like Friends Reunited and ...Read More