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The Digg Story In An Infographic

9:30 am on Aug 24, 2010 by Willis Wee

It’s always inspiring to learn how different tech companies started and made it to the top. Today, we have Digg’s story in an infographic, creatively crafted by Online Schools. The start is always the...

How To: Go Viral

9:05 pm on Aug 17, 2010 by Stephanie Phua

Viral marketing has become a trendy, low-cost way of getting a message out, but it definitely isn’t easy to come up with content that is infectious and hype-worthy. This post offers tips on how to get...

TWIA #58: Live from Open Web Asia SEA

7:57 pm on Jul 18, 2010 by SGE

It has been an exciting week for the Malaysia web/tech scene with the Open Web Asia – Southeast Asia conference happening in Kuala Lumpur on 13-14 July. The TWIA crew hosted a live show with Serkan To...

7 Creative Digital Advertising Examples

10:40 pm on May 13, 2010 by Willis Wee

There are thousands of people advertising on the Internet. So, what makes you so sure that your messages aren’t buried under the rest? This post features how businesses, agencies and even individuals ...

What Flickr Thinks About Social Media

8:52 am on Oct 22, 2009 by Sarah Chong

If I ask you for a picture to convey what you think about social media, what would you pick? They say a picture can speak a thousand words but wait till they meet Flickr, where a million pictures are ...

COOL: Digg Got A Song! Gotta Digg

11:21 am on Oct 18, 2009 by Willis Wee

Digg has been nothing short of impressive so far… I guess it would come as no surprise  that it is currently the irrefutable leader (dominated by males) in the social bookmarking business. If there ar...

What is Social Bookmarking?

6:02 pm on Jul 17, 2009 by Sarah Chong

Similar to how actual bookmarks help you mark a place in books, social bookmarks record addresses of online images, videos, articles and news that you would like to view in the future. But there’re mo...