PB Web Dev Blog
With the imminent end of the HubOnline service to real estate agents, we've seen many of our own real estate clients struggle to figure out which direction to go now with their websites.
In response to this, we've come up with a very similar system to HubOnline but only better and without the fear of being closed down like HubOnline has faced. We've built a great alternative to HubOnline.
Here at PB Web Development we've come up with a site replication system where we've built a beautiful and fully featured real estate website where mirror instances can be replicated into separate accounts for other users.
What this means in non developer talk is that we've built a master site. Anyone that wants a slice of the master site to run and power their own real estate site can sign up to our service and start right where they've left off.
If you're starting out in the world of podcasting and want to use your smart phone to start recording. There are a few great apps that you can use that are cheap, cost effective and so easy to use.
This is a guide to a few apps that I've used to record interviews and podcasts.
When starting out in the world of podcasting there are a few things to consider when purchasing your podcasting equipment for your podcast.
Consider, what type of podcast you're recording, what style from solo dialogue to multiple presenters or one on one guest or multiple guests.
Each type of podcast requires different equipment and this is an equipment guide to help you get started.
Happy New Year everyone! We all hope that everyone has had a good New Years break and Christmas as well. We had a great 2012 and we’re really looking forward to what we have planned here for 2013. We've decided not to have any New Year’s resolutions but instead to set some awesome goals instead. Here is a little sneak peak into what we’re up to this year and some of the goals that we’ve set for ourselves. Lets see how we go.
Tom Anderson or better well known as Tom, the Myspace guy, made an awesome come back remark when a Twitter user @polotapia made a digging remark about the death of Myspace.
Check out the Twitter conversation. At the time of writing this it has been retweeted over 5000 times.