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Do you have a creative concept for a mobile, web or cloud app? Then how does this sound? An award from one of Australia’s...
Learnable.com’s $10 million giveaway designed to give Australian kids coding education, and a future
The first 10,000 Australian students to sign up for the Learnable for Schools program, which kicked off 19 August, will get three years of free access to Learnable.com, a global online learning company that teaches computer coding. It means each student gets $1,000 worth of online coding services ranging from books, tutorials and counseling normally sold at $29 per month, or for $180 per year.
As the political battle heats up ahead of the national elections this year, a Canadian software-maker has come up with real-time analytics on how it’s playing out on the all-important social media.
Ever since its invention, video has always been a powerful tool for communication. And, it looks like we could now harness this power even...
A study shows that Australians are far more likely to have a genuine interest in the brands they follow on Twitter than their counterparts...
Social media is about socialising and much of what works on the weekend will also work online. ServiceRage's (http://www.servicerage.com) analysis of more than 45,000 tweets to 65 Australian companies suggests that many of the best business tweeters use the same techniques that work at a real-life social occasion.
A Telstra survey of 1,000 SMBs found nearly three-quarters to be indifferent to the charms of Facebook, Twitter and the like, and 12% believing social media to be a business dampener.
Australian music startup We Are Hunted has been bought by Twitter for an undisclosed sum.
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Results of the second annual Yahoo!7 Social TV Survey are revealing of how Australians are watching television with nearly half with one hand on the social media, so to speak.
When you are recruiting to fill a position, your first and biggest concern is attracting the right candidates in the first place, right? However, it’s also the most expensive. So how do you attract the crème-de-la-crème without breaking the bank, while building a strong employer brand at the same time? Spinach maybe? No, leave that for Popeye.
You launched a business website and then leaned back thinking, “Phew! Finally, I’m done!” Oh how wrong you were...
Just how much social media does a financial adviser need? It’s a question that intrigues many other professionals too, as they come to terms with new realities of engagement with their clients, and an even larger number of potential ones.
In today’s world which is flooded with laptops, tablets and smartphones, kids become digitally fluent far earlier than previous generations. Now, AVG has found evidence that pre-teens are writing malware designed to steal login details from online gamers, both young and old.
Is the real-time coverage of every natural disaster an attempt by television news executives to try to be meaningful in the era of social media? If it is, then I don't think the strategy is working. Personally, I blame Twitter.
The Samaritan site, if you will, just raised $11,000 via crowdfunding site Pozible, thanks perhaps to generous souls and hungry mouths. Unlike many crowfunding projects, donors to WhereTheTruck get nothing other than the assurance of quickly finding the trucks they want, and the promise to build an iPhone app.
So what the heck is crowd funding? Basically, this is how crowd funding goes. People come together, usually via the internet, pool their cash and inject it all together into an initiative by another person or organisation.
To be social means to be engaging, so what you need to do is actively create and maintain better connections with your customers, prospects, suppliers and employees. For example, your website states who you are and what you do, but on the hand a blog reveals your character as an organisation, what you think and believe in.
It also found the majority of respondents (65%) were prepared to throw away at least $20 instead of having to chase a friend for the cash, with some saying they would even risk $100 to avoid the awkward follow-up. Money is tight for everyone right now but for some reason, Aussies still find it awkward, annoying, frustrating or even too risky for their friendships to chase friends for cash.
Earlier this year, Mouths of Mums called the grocery-buying mum a myth and proceeded to offer another – the Price Princess, the one in constant pursuit of the best bargains. Now, MumsNow throws up another tantalising one: the Facebook Mum.