Guest Post: Opportunity Knocks — Starting a Business in Egypt

Looking for somewhere unique to set up a business? Egypt is one place to consider. Steps to privatize and deregulate the economy, along with the Central Bank of Egypt’s supervision of local and foreign banks in the country, have allowed Egypt to withstand the international economic turmoil easier than other countries.

If you know where the opportunities lie and where to bank, you can capitalize on this to make your business a success.

Business Banking in Egypt

When you’re setting up a business, you need business financing and a business account. International banks like HSCB are a [...]

Guest Post: Don’t Just Socialize! Advertise on Social Media!



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Social media can be used for a lot more than just finding out which one of your friends are dating and who had what for dinner – it can also be used as a form of free advertising. You might have already seen something like this before – companies advertising their internet service or even the big name groups like Toyota or Sony with their own Facebook pages where they post announcements and event details.

Why would all these major corporations turn to social media when they all have a firm footing in television advertising? Well, because you aren’t [...]

Guest Post: Managing and Updating your Facebook Profile

About Guest Author: Kelly Jones writes for www.ocnissanirvine.com. She writes for blogs as a hobby and enjoys exploring new avenues in the social sphere. Her interest encompasses a wide range of subjects ranging from technology to cooking and traveling.


With the ever increasing dominance of Social Media and our lives being all over Facebook, one needs to take some measures to analyze your Facebook profile periodically so that you can keep on using it without any adverse effects on your public profile.
It is always beneficial to review your FB profile as the site keeps on changing and we [...]

Guest Post: Microsoft Socl: The Upcoming Social Network Project

About the author: Alia Haley is a blogger by profession. She loves writing on technology and luxury.
Beside this she is fond of games. She recently bought a Gaming Mouse for herself. These days she is
busy in writing an article on Suzuki Motorcycles.

There was a murmur heard in the Microsoft camp a couple of weeks before about the social networking project being carried out by the company. Later these things embarked at a place called Socl.com with a name Tulalip. The fact of the matter is that Tulalip happens to be a website which allows you everything right from getting any information to [...]

Guest Post: 5 Apps to Help You Reach that New Years Resolution

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Nancy Evans is a freelance writer that specializes in technology and business.

New Years Eve is just around the corner, and for many that means trying to come up with a list of this year's resolutions. It seems like every year, nearly everyone you know comes up with a long list of resolutions designed to make them a better person only to have many off those resolutions pushed into nonexistence or rolled over on to the following year's list.

While resolutions aren't always easy to stick to or achieve, there are several ways that technology can actually help you stay true to [...]

Guest Post: A Driving Force in Mobile Technology

Social media has already been firmly established as the new paradigm of electronic communications, and in 2012 it is expected to become even more prevalent thanks to the rapid development of mobile applications which will allow us to constantly receive update in real-time, wherever we may be. Online social networking is moving towards an “always-on” model; an efficient way to be tied-in to the people and organization that matter most in our lives.

Smarpthones are the new de rigueur electronic platforms for receiving social media updates. Twitter, the leading short messaging [...]

Guest Post: The Great Debate: Are Meta Keywords Worth Your Time?

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Amanda DiSilvestro is a writer on topics ranging from social media to background checks. She gives advice to entrepreneurs for the leading business directory, Business.com.

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To get straight to the point, I think Meta Keywords are annoying. For those who are unfamiliar, as you create and design your website you will be prompted to insert Meta Keywords. These keywords, words that are most relevant to describing your site, are hidden from the public because of what we call Meta Tags, or pieces of code seen only by search engines. The keywords are [...]