Monthly Archives for April 2010

Internet Marketing – Search Engine Optimisation

ShareOrganic Searches. SEO – Search Engine Optimization, is the process of making sure that your website can be seen by search engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing, – To remain competitive a search engine has to give near perfect results. Get … Continue reading

26. April 2010 by @Samgichuru
Categories: Tech in Africa | 1 comment

Mobile Phones – This could Happen to you :)

I was barely sitting down when I heard a voice from the next toilet saying:

‘Hi, how are you?’

I’m not the type to start a conversation in the restroom but I don’t know what got into me, so I answered, somewhat embarrassed,

‘I am Doing’ just fine!’

And the other person says: Continue reading

23. April 2010 by @Samgichuru
Categories: Startups & Incubators | Tags: | 4 comments

Sync Ms Office with Google Docs

Share Offisync is a Free application that allows you to super charge your Microsoft office, well not in the turbo sense but give it more function. This is useful to you if you use Google docs, if not read you … Continue reading

14. April 2010 by @Samgichuru
Categories: Startups & Incubators | 2 comments

A blog Vs a Website?

ShareLast week we reviewed the problem and come up with a solution, this step is very relevant because it enable’s you to understand your online objectives, without being technical James knows what his website requires and the web designers know … Continue reading

13. April 2010 by @Samgichuru
Categories: Tech in Africa | 13 comments

Google Buys Plink

Plink makes visual search engines that let you find out more about something just by taking a photo of it. PlinkArt, enables you to identify paintings and artworks with just a snap from your phone’s camera. Once recognized, you can read information on the artwork and artist, share your favorite pieces with friends or even order a print to hang on your wall. Continue reading

13. April 2010 by @Samgichuru
Categories: Tech in Africa | 2 comments

You, Soft Power and the Internet

As a young person the internet is the wealth equalizer, it’s a flattener that allows anyone from Nanyuki to New York an equal platform to talk to the world and give your contribute, it’s the 21st century gold rush and you are either digging or design denim jeans for those digging. Continue reading

12. April 2010 by @Samgichuru
Categories: Inspiration & reflections | 6 comments

Part One: Designing a Website

before you design a website it’s imperative to draft your website objectives and goals Continue reading

09. April 2010 by @Samgichuru
Categories: Tech in Africa | 9 comments

Business Plan Summary

Share As promised last week, here is a summary of what should be in your business plan, Executive summary – Objective, mission, keys to success Company Summary – Ownership, location, facilities Service / products – What solutions, technology, Competitive comparison, … Continue reading

08. April 2010 by @Samgichuru
Categories: Tech in Africa | 6 comments

Internet Millionares Under 30

ShareLast week on radio, we talked about millionaires under 30, and I have to say I am very inspired by this list, I know most of you are slightly over 30 but so will most of this guys in the … Continue reading

06. April 2010 by @Samgichuru
Categories: Inspiration & reflections | 7 comments

SRS – Any Easy way to do this?

ShareI am busy coming up with a system requirements specification (SRS)document, anybody with an idea on how to develop this document any easier, its also called the project scope in web development, the only problem with this item is that … Continue reading

06. April 2010 by @Samgichuru
Categories: Tech in Africa | 2 comments

Now, a place to start

ShareThank you for visiting this blog, as you will note, its just started today and hence you will need to be abit more patient before I can provide more information Thank you

06. April 2010 by @Samgichuru
Categories: Tech in Africa | 2 comments