Any blogger or freelance writer realizes how important it is to be able to work on the go. Meeting with new clients, creating new content and discovering new things is important to building your career. Thanks to the technological advancements of our time, it has become easier than ever to blog on the go. [Read more…]
Whether you are a businessman or an entrepreneurial blogger who has built a business blogging and/or freelance writing, there are some applications that are an irreplaceable part of your collection of business apps. Every year we see tons of new software overwhelming the online market, so it may be difficult to choose the right piece of software for your needs.
With this post we aim to help those of you who are still looking for new apps to add to your toolbox. To make your workflow easier, here are 12 of the best business apps we think you should have. [Read more…]
A lot of freelance writers and bloggers have their preferred working space, where their productivity is optimal. There are times, however, when we need to be out of the house or on the road, for one reason or another.
If you can postpone work for those periods, then good for you; but what if you absolutely need to get an article done and emailed before you get home? What if you need to publish a post in an hour, and you can’t get to your computer on time? You may have your data stored in a flash drive, but how do you access it with minimal hassle? [Read more…]
Location-based social app Banjo launched the next version of its location-based mobile app on Thursday. The program now features a Facebook inspired news feed, access to second-degree social connections and a list of currently active connections based on location.
At the time of this post Banjo has 3 million users, not bad for a company that only launched in the summer of 2011 with critical praise during 2012’s South by Southwest.
Banjo collects information from various social networks including?Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Foursquare and then sorts that platform information by location. By using that information users can opt in to a specific location.
Using the location service users can also receive push alerts when a friend from any of their social networks are near their location. [Read more…]
The battle of the mobile photo filter apps is under way! Yesterday it was revealed that Twitter was secretly working on an Instagram competitor and now Facebook has launched a filter program of its own.
Fresh off the heels of its Instagram acquisition the world’s largest social media network has delivered photo filters for Facebook mobile users.
The new iOS update adds Instagram-style filters to Facebook photos as users choose to use them. Pictures uploaded to an Apple-powered device are automatically eligible to use the filters.
To use the program users simple choose a photo to upload and then tap the wand icon. 13 different filters are include, among them are:?contrast, cool, coffee, neon, b&w. and more. [Read more…]