Tom Clayton, entrepreneurial mogul who is now on his sixth (yes, sixth) start-up is at it again. Singapore based Bubble Motion is now offering a voice centered version of Twitter. Bubble Motion is also offering a service that costs users nothing to send voice messages but obliges users to pay in order to retrieve messages. Although it will be a few years before we can see the financial success of Bubble Motion, we are excited to see where Clayton will take and grow the business. With his track record we can foresee Bubble Motion going strong in the next couple of years.
Although, we are now living in the information age, everyone still has questions about the world that surrounds us. Quora, the newest app available to iPhone and iPod Touch is continually improving our gathering of questions and answers. Think of Quora almost as if it is a Wikipedia site combined with that of an Ask Jeeves application for everything. It’s created, edited, and organized by the people who use it – just like you and I. As Quora explains it as, “a cache for the research people do, looking things up on the web and asking other people…” the Quora application does exactly that. The application allows users to see the opinions and answers other characters have to specific questions. Check out the app for yourself! What do you think? It’s pretty cool if you ask us!
Although, one cannot major in Search Engine Optimization (yet, at least) these resources can only help you to further your knowledge on the subject. With SEO, you’ve got to take things as they come. Search Engine Optimization is always changing and it is such an important tool to utilize – you just have to learn. If you are looking to build your knowledge of SEO altogether a great place to start is Search Engine Optimization for Dummies. Anyone at the freshman level should read this book and be utilizing what is available online via webinar, blog posts, and other sources for SEO information. Once you have learned and understand the basics, the intermediate information will come naturally. Search Engine College is one of the best resources to use when you’ve moved onto the intermediate level; the program is comprised of courses on PPC Advertising, copywriting, usability and much more. To learn more about the resources you need to move onto the Advanced level; check out the article here. Let us know if you have any tips on SEO, we’d love to hear from you!