Virtual Event Cameras

YourDeerParkNews: If you’ve ever missed an event that you really wanted to attend but it was too far away or didn’t fit in your schedule, you’ll love this business idea by Deer Park resident Chris Watt. Watt founded Kuwa Kuna, a “virtual event cameras” service. “Kuwa kuna” is Swaheli for “be there” and that’s exactly […]

Virtual Event Cameras Read More »

$30 Million Spent On Virtual Gifts

Leena Rao over at TechCrunch asks should we be considering virtual goods when evaluating online holiday spending? We’ve seen that e-commerce spending over the holidays was strong, with consumers shelling out nearly $30 billion over a period of a few months. Now, virtual goods platform PlaySpan reports that digital goods have seen a similar, if

$30 Million Spent On Virtual Gifts Read More »

Virtual Money, Weapons And Gifts

People are paying real money for digital goods in all sorts of online applications ranging from Facebook apps to massively multiplayer online games reports GamesBeat. The No. 1 thing they buy is virtual money. Other top items include virtual weapons and gifts for social networking friends, according to a survey. Free-to-play games, where you can

Virtual Money, Weapons And Gifts Read More »

Working With Your Virtual Assistant

  photo credit: antjeverena In today’s world of technology, booming Internet applications, and businesses, many online business owners are going out and finding themselves a VA (Virtual Assistant). There are many different aspects to having a VA versus a regular assistant. Open Forum recently listed some thing’s to remember when working with your VA. You

Working With Your Virtual Assistant Read More »