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Aussies to spend $5.8 billion on digital games over the next four years

According to a new report, Australians will spend $5.8 billion in the digital gaming industry over the next four years. The study also reports the several short comings of the Australian gaming industry and gives advice to overcome them.

ANTMART DEAL: Would You Like To Meet 300 Young Entrepreneurs In One Day?

Check out this upcoming deal on Antmart -- Anthill's group buying website for Australian business owners. To sign-up to the Antmart newsletter, and...

Become a world leader using social media [DOWNLOAD]

Sponsored: Barack Obama’s victory in the US Presidential Election of 2008 set the benchmark for what can be achieved using social media. He achieved this by designing his campaign to spark the right actions, leading his supporters with direct conversations and providing the tools to let a grassroots community create and share content.

ANTMART DEAL: Get your head outta them books!

Check out this upcoming deal on Antmart -- Anthill's group buying website for Australian business owners. To sign-up to the Antmart newsletter, and be...

Do you need branding advice you can trust?

For over 20 years, SIGNARAMA consultants have been working closely with companies to create customised branding and signage strategies.

Still scared of those three words, “I love you”? Six tips to thwart hackers...

It's been a whole decade since the Loveletter virus said "I love you" to millions of email recipients across the world and caused email systems to grind to a halt. Once upon a time, coke-gulping teens would write malicious code so that their friends, and possibly the geek world, would bow down to their cyber brilliance. These days, the motivation for disrupting a network is usually a commercial one.

New basin-toilet design combines water saving and aesthetic style

The award winning W+W is an L-shaped single unit toilet sink all-in-one system with a stunning minimalist design. Developed by the Roca Innovation Lab and designed by Gabriele and Oscar Buratti.

Applications are now open for the 2012 30under30 awards!

30under30 is an Anthill initiative that was launched in early 2008 to encourage and promote entrepreneurship among young Australians. The program provides...

Blogging for business (Darren Rowse Webinar)

Darren Rowse is a global professional blogging phenomenon. In 2002, he 'stumbled across a book on blogging. Within five years, his ProBlogger blog was listed as number two on Technorati's most favorited blogs list and number 40 on its most linked to list. His blogs generate around 85,000-100,000 page views... wait for it... a day!

eWAY founder Matt Bullock on plans to ‘smash’ U.K. market, and foray into China,...

In an interview with Anthill’s Cynthia Karena, Bullock talks about how his resolve never to accept no for an answer landed him his first big client – St. George Bank. Entrepreneurship also means creating a win-win situation and scaling from small to medium, and probably to large, because of the huge potential that still exists, he adds.

Adwords Mastery Workshop

Do you want to get more out of your adwords investment? Learn how to improve the conversion rate on Google and get more leads/sales...

Laptop battery-saving tips to keep you unleashed longer

Ah, beloved laptop. When it’s good, it’s great. But when you run into challenges – like a drained battery while you’re on the go – you realise who really holds all the power in the relationship. (See what we did there? Power. Clever, eh?)

Advertising, marketing, public relations… and selling

When we think of the marketing mix, the avenues of advertising, marketing and public relations normally spring to mind. It’s often difficult for many individuals and businesses to see past the television, print and radio ads, and publicity campaigns.

Who’s in this year’s 30under30?

On Wednesday, applications will close for Anthill's 2011 30under30 awards. Given the high number of polite and cautiously curious enquiries we've received so far, about the types and volume of entries for this year's program, we decided to offer the following sneak preview.

Bluetooth for your PC [not just for shouty, look-at-me types with ear pieces]

Poor old Bluetooth. For a while now it’s been misappropriated by loud, shouty types stomping up the high street fog-horning ‘Buy! Buy! SELL!’ into their ear pieces. We here at Anthill -- with a liberal dollop of help from the delightful folk at Intel -- would like to reclaim Bluetooth as much more than just a conduit for idiots.

Are your customers taking over 50 days to pay you? According to D&B, that's...

According to Dun & Bradstreet's (D&B) latest trade payments analysis, the payment terms of Australian firms have declined for the second consecutive quarter. A fall of three days since the previous quarter and 5.6 days in the past six months has reduced terms to 51.8 days – just above pre-crisis levels.

Protecting your small business’ IT investments

Small business owners have enough on their plates without adding IT woes to the mix – that’s why Intel recommends you have a back-up disaster plan in place so that you can minimise downtime should your technology take a tumble.

If you can’t attach your team, you’ll never engage them

The Treasurer Wayne Swan is forecasting 500,000 new jobs, reducing unemployment to 4.5%. While great for the economy, that little number can only serve to send big shudders to anyone involved in recruiting in an industry experiencing acute skill shortages. This prompts talk about employee 'engagement'. But what about that little thing that comes first? Attachment.

How to locate the best keywords, just for you

It’s one of the first questions that people ask when setting up an account with AdWords, one of the world’s most popular SEM tools. What keywords are most appropriate for my business? While there are a number of online tools available, sometimes the best place to start is by using good ol’ common sense. In this second installment, we reveal five tips for selecting your keywords.

Busting the top 5 myths & misconceptions of VoIP telephony

With NBN on the horizon, there has been an increase in businesses looking to take the ‘virtual leap’ towards high-quality, feature-rich IP voice solutions, commonly called VoIP (Voice over IP) or hosted/virtual PBX. There are other options to the traditional landline for business telephony.
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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...

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