Content promotion isn’t rocket science, it does however, when done right, take almost as much time as the content creation process itself.
Author Archive for Paul Anthony
Paul is a regular 30 year old web bloke / programmer with a penchant for online marketing. This blog is a personal outlet, with an eclectic mix of articles.
I’ve previously written on the magnitude of resources available for teaching yourself anything online, but there’s also a plethora of information on the web surrounding online business. Seed accelerator program YCombinator have recently thrown their hat into the ring with an entirely online course on startups provided through a partnership with Stanford University. CS183B, or How to Start […]
This little guy, is Buddy the Elf. Some of you might recognise him as “The Elf on the Shelf”. And he’s a mischievious little content marketer.
URL: http://www.discourse.org/ For the programmers amongst you, with a doubt you’ll be aware of Stackoverflow. Created by programming power house duo Jeff Atwood and Joel Spolsky, it has grown in a relatively small space of time into one of the biggest sites on the web. When I say relatively small space of time, I mean – 2.2M uniques in […]
Wearable computing isn’t a pipe dream and the technology isn’t going away, in fact, more and more technology companies are embracing the trend, getting on the band wagon now, and developing for it before it goes mainstream. Some of the software being built on top of wearable computing devices: Duke University’s Reporters Lab – Developing Pebblewire […]
As the “Internet of things” trend continues to gather steam, more and more companies are innovating with cloud connected physical devices that connect the web with the real world.
Facebook have announced that they are rolling out a new design to their Like and Share buttons over the coming weeks. They have also released details on the current penetration – with installs on over 7.5 million websites, and 22 billion views daily. The new design is being rolled out in stages (across a % of users) […]
With business to consumer markets often being harder to penetrate, its no surprise to see more and more niche startups that solve business problems for other technology companies. I thought I’d share a few of the notable enterprise services I’ve spotted recently that have positioned themselves as business to business solutions for startups. Error Handling and […]