A little bit about me Hello World! My name is Daungsuree Younaiwong but my friends call me Yui. I am presently in my third semester studying for a Master’s degree in web engineering at Dhurakit Bundit University. The course is given in Thai language.
Raphael is the brains behind the fantastic user testing service Feedback Army. He shares how he started and continues to market this amazing service that we at WCB have used and benefited from in the past.
Category: Interviews,Online Marketing
This was a live conversation between Carl and Bruce from Radio Thailand, it was broadcast on Sunday the 24th of February 2013 at 7:30pm, which was aired across the country. Carl was invited to talk about the Importance of websites for companies success.
Marco is a successful blogger and programmer from the Netherlands. For those who don’t know your website/ blog, please tell us a little bit about yourself. Hi! My name is Marco Kuiper. I was born on 07-01-1989 in Arnhem (The Netherlands) and I still live there. I’m a programmer specialized in several programming languages. Although developing is what I do most of the time, I really like to throw in some design/UI/UX as well. On my website … Read More
Do you fancy to run your own Facebook group? This article will help you knowing what it takes to run a manage a Facebook community successfully. In this article we interview the founder of the very successful Facebook group named Desperately Seeking Bangkok (DSBKK). DSBKK is a thriving community based resource for advising and referring about life in Bangkok.
While I had already worked with html a little bit before my aim for the course was to really understand how html and css come together and structure this in my head so I could use it properly. I wanted to create my own WordPress blog and the course ultimately helped me modify my design and put my site live within two weeks of completing the course. The class was fun and very practical The teaching was … Read More
This week we have an opportunity to talk to a very special guest. The interview happened when our intern Olli stumble upon a blog post on Boagworld and was amazed by the content of the article. Olli quickly shoot an email to the blog’s owner and was surprise to get a very immediate response from Paul Boag himself.
Content strategy is a vital part of any company and we just wish more companies would see it that way. If they did the web would be a better place to read. If you enjoy writing and coming up with new ideas then this interview with the very friendly Alyce Currier from Wistia will set you on the right path.