Category: Blog,Online Marketing

Social Media Marketing For Restaurants, Which Networks to Choose?

More so than ever, restaurants are using social media marketing to promote special events, new menu items and monitor what people are REALLY saying about their restaurant. Social Media Marketing for Restaurants is hard! So this article helps you choose on which network to choose Exercising good social media practice can greatly increase the awareness of your restaurant and brand. Making it the go-to place for your signature dishes (ex: Red Curry, file mignon, or Hamburgers.) Or … Read More

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Category: Blog,Web Development

April Roundup: 10 Tech Tools For Startups

As a company that believes in empowering others to grow their ideas, we love how great ideas have grown into nifty tools, and that’s why it’s so important to broadcast good deeds done. In case you have missed our inaugural list, you can check it out here. Unsplash What started out as a hearty effort to give away free images on a Tumblr blog has transformed into one of the fastest growing photography sites in the world. … Read More

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Category: Blog,Interviews,Web Design,Web Development

Interview With co-founder of usabilityhub.com and bugherd.com – Matt Milosavljevic

For those who don’t know you Matt can you please introduce yourself. My name is Matt Milosavljevic, I’m a Melbourne, Australia based web designer and developer. I’ve been building things online for the last 10 years, most notably I co-founded two companies – BugHerd  & UsabilityHub. UsabilityHub was born from FiveSecondTest, can you tell us how you came up with the idea? FivesecondTest came about after reading “Designing the Obvious” by Robert Hoekman Jr. In it Robert explained that … Read More

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Category: Blog,Graphic Design,Web Design,Web Development

March Roundup: 10 Tech Tools For Startups, Creatives & Savvy Users

So, in this March edition, we have compiled a list of hot tools that are well-received by tech lovers and can help to improve productivity in your projects. Let’s get started, shall we? Pexels In a busy niche where Shutterstock and Getty Images are running the show with paid stock images, Pexels woos writers, web designers and bloggers into their family by offering more than 5,000 free stock pictures. What we love about this free photography site … Read More

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Category: Blog,Online Marketing

10 steps to creating a successful fan page for your restaurant

Do you follow your favorite restaurants on Facebook? I sure do. As a customer, I want to stay abreast of new items and specials added to the menu. Let’s face it. There are a lot of hungry people on Facebook. Restaurants without fan pages are missing out on this effective way of getting their menu in front of potential customers. Having a fan page is a great way to connect with new and faithful customers, increase awareness … Read More

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Category: Blog

Five Proven Practices To Improve SEO With Social Media

Social Media Marketing and SEO are intimately connected in many ways. Changes made in either strategy can profoundly affect the other, and so efforts that focus on integrating social media with SEO have become crucial for any successful digital marketing strategy. While many of the details relevant to this integration can be quite complex, the basic principle is fortunately very simple: both revolve around providing the most useful, interesting, and user-friendly content, and making it available to … Read More

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Category: Blog,Web Design

Online Photoshop Course for Web Design Beginner’s

Web Courses Bangkok is Thailand’s leading International Web and Graphic Design Training Center offering a variety of courses. Every month many participants receive their certificate of completion in one or more of our courses. Today, we are proud to say that we have taught over two thousand participants in our online and on-site classes to people from over 20 different countries. 1. Free Photoshop CC Tutorial – User Interface Explanation In this tutorial you will get to … Read More

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Category: Blog,Photography

Capturing Thai Culture in Photography

If you’ve so much as glanced at a copy of National Geographic at any time in the last few decades, you will know that the publication’s most astounding feature is its photography. There are some good articles, but the words are largely inconsequential because it is the pictures which really speak volumes. The question is this: what makes a Nat Geo photographer different to you or I? These folks are paid to jet off to distant parts … Read More

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Category: Blog,Photography

Shooting the Sunset

Natural Fireworks Sunsets are stunning, aren’t they? No matter where you are in the world, the cascade of colours in the sky from the brilliant blue of the afternoon to the black of night (via yellow, orange, red, pink and purple) is like an all-natural fireworks display every evening. Even in Bangkok, where the horizon is concealed behind seemingly endless tower blocks, it is a picturesque time of the day, ideal for photography. As with practically every … Read More

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Category: Blog,Photography

Lighting for Portrait Photography

Seeing the Light Photography is all about light. This might sound ridiculously obvious, what with ‘photo’ being latin for ‘light’, but it is a point which does seem to be noticeably overlooked by the majority of amateurs, particularly when it comes to portraiture. If you are taking portrait photography to the next level – beyond simple selfies and holiday snaps – then lighting is something you will have to put a lot of thought into when it … Read More

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