Speed Networking launched at next PETweetup

Port Elizabeth has a thriving social media community. Unlike Gauteng or Cape Town there is no SilconCape initiative. However, people like Alan Straton have pioneered city focussed blogging with his MyPE portal. He has over 1000 followers, and follows nobody Read More →

Twitter for Good – Rlabs in social media book

Marlon Parker is the founder of a ground breaking NGO in Cape Town, RLabs. He deserves to Nobel Peace Prize for the work he is doing in the Cape Flats using technology for social change. At the very least he Read More →

Energy is created by you not your gadgets

“One of the downsides of living in a technological age is we tend to attribute the most powerful energies to machines. Therefore, we downplay our own. This is a major joke. Things aren’t that way at all. We have an Read More →

Recruitment Agencies vs Linkedin Coach

When you think about how much money is spent on the recruitment process, you may feel like there is no other way. Well with the rise of business social networking sites like LinkedIn, you have more power in your own Read More →

LinkedIn Coach helps you capture business opportunities

LinkedIn is the global leader in online business networking. In 2011, the company successfully listed on the New York Stock Exchange, and announced it has over 120 million active users. According to some reports there are more than 1.1 million Read More →

Operation Facebook, Hacktivists Rise Up!

Over the years I’ve noticed a love-hate relationship with Facebook developing. On the one hand, it seems like a marketing dream. On the other hand it’s a parent’s worst nightmare. When you consider the amount of information Facebook can now access Read More →