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Steve Baxter is taking these 20 young Australian entrepreneurs to Silicon Valley

Start-up hub and co-working community, River City Labs, recently revealed the names of the 20 young tech standouts selected to be part of the 2015 ‘Startup Catalyst’ mission to Silicon Valley which will run from 28 September to 7 October.

This social network which has been endorsed by Richard Branson and Marina Abramovic has...

Ideapod, a social network designed specifically for capturing and sharing ideas in their purest form, has just launched in Australia. Co-founders Mark Bakacs and Justin Brown though based in the US are Australian.

Steve Baxter’s Startup Catalyst is back to give 20 young Aussie entrepreneurs the trip...

Co-working community River City Labs recently announced that applications are now open to be part of this year’s Startup Catalyst, an annual sponsored mission...

One in five Facebook accounts hacked. Are we too lazy to protect ourselves? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Nearly one in five of us have had our Facebook accounts hacked, according to a new Australian survey. And it's not just our mates playing...

This guy has raised $350,000 within just two weeks for his ‘Facebook for gamers’...

A self-described “massive gamer”, Riad Chikhani fell in love with gaming when he was about four years old, when he touched his first ever...

This Sydney start-up is doing really well in the US and building “the iTunes...

One day, while on his daily morning commute by train into the Sydney CBD, Kheang Ly checked on some US stock that he was...

Check out what some big brands’ logos would look like if they were designed...

The hipster trend has taken off worldwide, but one place that hipsters have not popped up however, is in big brand logos.  DesignCrowd, a virtual...

Facebook outage: Some of the funniest tweets I could be bothered to find during...

Yes, it's happened again. Facebook had an outage. So did Instagram and Tinder. Apparently. There are rumours of a DDOS attack being the cause, but it's...

This young Aussie expat whose apps were acquired by Twitter and MyFitnessPal has some...

Nick Crocker, who holds Political Science and Law degrees from the University of Queensland, is a young Aussie expat living in San Francisco. He currently...

Is Twitter the key to growing your small business? Yes, it is, according to...

Australian tech start-up Bigcommerce, a software company that powers online retailers of all sizes, recently teamed up with Twitter to do a study into...

Twitter 101: Understanding the basics of how to use Twitter

Twitter is everywhere. That weird little # symbol appears daily on TV and you can find that squiggly @ icon on business cards, the backs...

How much did Google earn in the last second? How about Facebook? [VIDEO GRAPHIC]

This is a nifty little display of tech company wealth, developed by World Pay Zinc, a secure chip and pin provider in the U.K. There...

Sessions acquisition as an endearing tale of the small Aussie entrepreneur’s can-do spirit

In recent years, Australian entrepreneurship has been about dreaming big and hopping over to Silicon Valley, or another mythical market. Obviously, not all tales of entrepreneurship fit this model and don’t need to. Just look at Sessions, the personal training app built by Nick Crocker and Ben Hartney and acquired by MyFitnessPal.

What will $500 buy you in social media advertising? Way more than you will...

With online advertising spend overtaking TV advertising spend for the first time ever, knowing your way around social media advertising has never been more...

These two guys have developed a pram that grows with your baby… it comes...

A few years ago, while helping his parents with their wholesale flooring textiles company, Rosh Ghadamian was asked by a client for some help...

And for today’s business magic trick, I will turn a customer into a hardworking...

In today’s connected world, brand advocacy is more vital than ever. Did you know that on average, 32 per cent of advocates recommend ten...

What is Twitter? Does this official video really explain it? [VIDEO]

Twitter was once so very hot. Everyone wanted to know what is was, work out how to use and start tweeting. That was in about...

Customer is king, even when it comes to service!

Customer service is not what it used to be, but that’s not to say it’s lost any of its importance. In fact, it matters even more as angry customers go “channel bouncing” – from Facebook rants to angry tweets what not.

How to build a Twitter prospect funnel on autopilot [ACADEMY]

Twitter is good for many things. Sharing information quickly, accelerating political uprisings and telling random strangers what you ate for breakfast. However, very few people have mastered the use of Twitter as an effective business tool -- to gather market research, build brand awareness and attract the interest of leads and prospects. This tutorial was filmed as a unit of James Tuckerman's social media monetisation masterclass, in August 2013. It shares how James manages and builds his Twitter feed, almost on auto-pilot. You must be an Anthill Academy member to view this course. Sign up below.
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What social media fatigue? Moodswing is on a hot streak

People still seem to be lovin’ social networking. Moodswing, an app that urges people to wear their moods on their sleeves, or rather hang them out on social media, is growing faster than Facebook or Twitter at launch, according to co-founder Jake McKeon.

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