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Create your own business courses to keep your employees up to scratch

Geenio Next Generation Learning...
Review posted Thu 30 Apr '15

Having completed various online courses over the last few years, I can tell you from first-hand experience that there's a big difference between a good one and an average one. The good ones are based on solid online learning techniques but remain relevant by incorporating the most up to date information available. They must be accessible on any type of browser - whether it be mobile, tablet or web - and they must be adaptable to all levels of learning. More and more businesses these days are having to change the way that they develop their workers' knowledge by creating ... Read more

Free set of tools including Word, Excel and PowerPoint for your iPhone and iPad

Office Suite OfficeSuite Free - for...
Review posted Wed 1 Apr '15

One of the accusations often leveled at Apple over the years is that anything over the basic model often costs an arm and a leg. The cost of an essential item like Office or Photoshop was so expensive that many would rather hunt up a dodgy copy rather than forking out hundreds of dollars to Apple for the privilege of using the original. Things have changed dramatically in recent times however - seemingly due to the immense popularity of iPhone and iPad devices. Nowadays, there are a heap of different Office styled apps available for iOS as well as its ... Read more


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A free, fully customizable forum and commentary box for your website

Muut Better community. Better...
Review posted Tue 24 Mar '15

Its a strange thing but the comments box at the bottom of a website page often offers some of the most incisive comments that you can find. I don't know about you but it's often the first thing I look at after perusing a page about a product or service. Sometimes there are a few iffy comments in there but, generally speaking, you can find out tips and recommendations and it's a really good way for developers to find out what their visitors are really thinking. It's also an opportunity to answer queries as well as engaging your community and ... Read more

Answer visitor queries immediately with this simple, effective and free live chat service

Free Live Chat Service Convert visitors into...
Review posted Fri 20 Mar '15

It is often thought that, once you've put all the hard work into designing and unleashing your website onto the online world, that all the hard work is done. The fact is, that's only the beginning of the story. Now’s the time when you have to nurture your visitors and customers and convince them that you know what you are doing and can solve their problems. The best way to achieve this is undoubtedly with a live chat option where you can communicate with potential and existing customers, increase your conversion rates and deal with situations instantly rather than using ... Read more

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You can have fun with maths and be good at it too

MathsMatch Build your Maths confidence...
Review posted Wed 25 Feb '15

According to New Yorker contributor and best selling author Malcolm Gladwell, Asian kids have a distinct advantage over the rest of the world when it comes to maths. Whereas some have purported the theory that there is an IQ differential along racial and ethnic lines, Gladwell claims that it has more to do with structure and methodology than anything else. His theory is based around the much simpler concept that Asian names for numbers are shorter than their English equivalent - meaning it is easier for them to remember more. Going down those lines, it's pretty easy to see that ... Read more

Automated, high quality social media content at the bang of a drum

DrumUp Taking the Pain Out of Social...
Review posted Mon 23 Feb '15

The issue of posting relevant and interesting content to your social media accounts can be a time consuming exercise. It's not so bad for big business who can have a whole team dedicated to the process. But, if you are the social media manager of a small business or a solo entrepreneur you are going to spend a lot of time searching up the right posts to keep your Twitter and Facebook visitors happy. DrumUp is a free, fully customizable social media management tool that will present you with excellent relevant content and engaging stories of interest that will automatically ... Read more

Find out the pluses and minuses of your next home in Manhattan

Revaluate What's it really like to live...
Review posted Sun 22 Feb '15

If you are anything like me when you rent a new property, the first place you'll head for is the shower. For me, if there's good water pressure and it stays hot for a while then I'm half way there. Unfortunately, that methodology has let me down a few times because water pressure could well be the least of your problems. Revaluate is a free property data and review application for home buyers, renters, real estate agents and brokers that delivers all the pluses and minuses of a property that you might be interested in. At the moment, the app ... Read more

The simplest way to analyze the effectiveness of your advertising

Taveo Bit.ly + Google Analytics
Review posted Mon 2 Feb '15

If you are currently running ads on your website or your app you might think that you have done the hard work and now's the time to reap the rewards. However, you might be paying for ads that don't have quite as much effect as they could do. Maybe you are running Twitter and Facebook campaigns as well as regular ads and are tracking the overall traffic that those campaigns attract. Fair enough, you might say, but what if the Twitter ads are generating twice as much interest as the other two? Taveo is a URL clicktracking and shortening service ... Read more

Accept credit card payments quickly and easily no matter where you are

PayAnywhere PayAnywhere allows your...
Review posted Sat 31 Jan '15

There's been plenty of talk over the years about the cashless society. In an ideal world we would just need a swipeable card in our wallet or purse rather than having our pockets full of cash and coins. Unfortunately, the concept has stumbled over the last few years for a number of reasons. First and foremost being the reluctance of small business to get involved in yet another complicated piece of technology not to mention the fees - some hidden - that can be charged. However, with most of us owning a smartphone nowadays, the opportunity for anyone and everyone ... Read more

Over 40,000 audiobooks at the best prices

AudiobooksNow If you love listening to...
Review posted Sun 18 Jan '15

The debate between kindle readers and physical paper book readers has raged for a few years now and avid readers seem to have divided into one or the other. Ebook readers love the ease and simplicity of reading a book on their kindle without having shelf loads of books cluttering up their homes while paper book readers love the pure pleasure of holding a book in their hands rather than a piece of plastic. Personally, I think the kindle has a fair way to go to fulfill its obvious potential. However, there is another way of 'reading' books that seems ... Read more