Freelance Writing Jobs Introduces Resources for Freelance Writers

Freelance Writing Jobs Resources Area
┬áSource The Internet has opened up worlds of possibilities for everyone, with freelance writers being some of the most fortunate ones. There seems to be the prevailing that anyone can be a “freelance writer” these days, and while that may not be totally incorrect, there is also the stark truth […] Read more…

Social Media: Is the Pen Mightier? Yes…To a Certain Degree

Social Media: Is the Pen Mightier? Yes...To a Certain Degree
Social media impacts our world in a variety of different ways. People use social media to discuss the latest gadgets, new cars, and exotic travel destinations. Businesses have already tapped into this resource by incorporating social media into their marketing campaigns and using the platforms to forge relationships with consumers. […] Read more…

Dropbox: Rising Leaders In Cloud Storage [Infographic]

Dropbox: Rising Leaders In Cloud Storage [Infographic]
From humble beginnings in an apartment in 2006 to dominating the free cloud storage market in 2012 Dropbox have built and expanded on a business model that is proving to be extremely successful. The online market for storing, organising and sharing information between platforms and devices has never been more […] Read more…

Search Engine History

Search Engine History
Nowadays we take the existence of search engines, especially Google (and Bing) as normal and for many among us a life without Google would be hard to imagine. Whether it is because they are not older than 20 yet and have grown up in a world dominated by technology and […] Read more…

Performancing Blogosphere Roundup – May 26, 2010

Performancing Blogosphere Roundup - May 26, 2010
If you’re a blogger on the go, you might know that WordPress is available for a number of mobile devices including iPhone, iPad and BlackBerry. SplashPress Media’s Darnell Clayton discusses the Blackberry edition at Blog Herald. I’ll be covering the iPhone and iPad versions in the future. (The simple summary […] Read more…

Performancing Releases the Herald Theme for WordPress

Performancing Releases the Herald Theme for WordPress
Considered one of the premier sources of blogging news, commentary and information, The Blog Herald has gone through different iterations since its inception in 2003. Among the most successful designs was Brian Gardner‘s grey-themed three-column layout released in 2007. Performancing is releasing this theme as our latest free WordPress theme […] Read more…

Paul Scrivens to Take Over as Splashpress Media Publisher

Splashpress Media, the parent company of Performancing, has recently announced that Paul Scrivens will take the helm of the network as publisher. Scrivs will be our captain and conductor, managing our assets, coordinating our efforts and hopefully expanding our reach. Along with this new leadership comes a bit of reorganization. […] Read more…

British Press Complaints Commission slammed for its desire to regulate blogs

The last few days has seen an interesting standoff developing between the British press regulatory body, the Press Complaints Commission (PCC), and the bloggers it may be seeking to regulate. The PCC is a self-regulatory body set up and funded by a number of major newspapers and magazines published in […] Read more…

Australian Court Gives Permission to Live-Tweet Proceedings

In what could be an important development in how social media affects just about any industry and field, an Australian court was recently reported to have allowed live tweeting of proceedings. Judge Dennis Cowdroy states that tweeting was fine as long as it did not disrupt court proceedings. He believes […] Read more…

9rules opens its doors to nominations once more

Back in 2003, 9rules established itself as a premiere collection of blogs highlighted by great content and a passionate community. The codex of the 200 and so blogs were summarized by the “9 Rules:” 1. Love what you do. 2. Never stop learning. 3. Form works with function. 4. Simple […] Read more…