May 14th, 2012 by Ann Smarty
powerhouse. Famous for the contributions those in the city have made to music, theater, film and art, it is no wonder that people around the world think of the Big Apple perhaps before any other city in the United States.
Unsurprisingly, bloggers are popping up all over the city. From Manhattan to Brooklyn, one of the largest concentration of locally… Read more
December 19th, 2011 by SEM Contributor
Australia is fast becoming one of the hottest spots in the world where entrepreneurs can meet success. Whether it is technology, travel, cuisine or any other industry, there is a huge market in Australia with lots of room for growth. Below are just a very few startups whose owners have taken advantage of the venture capital opportunities, favorable tax policies… Read more
January 25th, 2011 by Tisha Tolar
Repeat business is the bread and butter for most restaurants and bars in any location. These business rely on their neighbor’s going out routines to remain unchanged and they are happy to always be ready with good food and drinks for their loyal patrons.… Read more
January 6th, 2011 by SEM Contributor
2010, while not the year when social media ‘really took off’ as many will say, it hit the mainstream a long time before that, it did see the major networks, Twitter and Facebook drawing in some really impressive figures. Facebook, the world’s most popular social network surpassed the 500 million mark, while Twitter closed in on the coveted 100 million… Read more
December 28th, 2010 by Tisha Tolar
Foursquare is releasing its retooled iPhone app just in time for Christmas. The popular location based social networking site has been working on the app and recent Twitter feeds such as “we just found an app approval in our stocking! New Foursquare early next week. Thanks #SantaJobs,” appeared in their Twitter feed.
In addition to the usual the new iPhone… Read more
December 20th, 2010 by Damian Davila
Groupon’s CEO, 30-year old Andrew Mason, has just joined the Hall of Fame of Entrepreneurs that say no to a lot of money. Just like Facebook’s Zuckerberg did to Yahoo! and MTV Networks just a few years ago, Groupon has declined the $6 billion offer from Google.
There are both supporters and critics of Groupon’s snub to Google, but nobody… Read more
October 27th, 2010 by Ann Smarty
Zenergo is a social media promotion site which combines location based services with activity orientated networking. The aim of the site is to allow people to find and promote events based on activities they love, not only within Zenergo but across most of web 2.0 as well.
Aesthetically the site is fairly minimalistic, in a good, clean way. Users can… Read more
September 1st, 2010 by Ann Smarty
Geo-location based check-in sites have started to become all the rage recently. Foursquare and Gowalla have shown just how ready some people are to announce their favorite locations to the entire world, with millions have signed up to try out the latest craze in mobile media since its arrival last year.
New start-up Neerlife differentiates itself from the crowd by… Read more
August 25th, 2010 by Ann Smarty
GroupTabs is an interesting new social networking venture based out of New York City. The basic premise is somewhat similar to Foursquare, in that GroupTabs is orientated around having its users check-in to various locations around a city. Where it differs from Foursquare is that instead of offering virtual points and icons for being well traveled, GroupTabs will offer special… Read more