Why “The Power of Digital Influence” is the Theme for our Caribbean Blogger’s Week 2016

When we first published our intention to stage our first annual Caribbean Blogger's Week in December 5-10th, 2016, we shared that this year's theme is "The Power of Digital Influence." And so what is Digital Influence? Techopedia defines Digital Influence as " the ability to create an effect, change opinions and behaviors,

Karin Wilson Edmonds Yard Edge Blogger: Caribbean Woman in Tech

” Women who have succeeded in technology deserve recognition: They are an inspiration for everyone, demonstrating what can be achieved through creativity and hard work.” – Fast Company. This interview is the fourth in SiliconCaribe’s  series of Caribbean Women in Tech where we profile and celebrate their ambitions and accomplishments. We

Caribbean Woman in Tech: Marguerite Orane the first Caribbean Blogger to turn a blog into a Book.

” Women who have succeeded in technology deserve recognition: They are an inspiration for everyone, demonstrating what can be achieved through creativity and hard work.” - Fast Company. This interview is the first in SiliconCaribe's weekly series of Caribbean Women in Tech where we profile and celebrate their ambitions and accomplishments.

So You Want to be a Caribbean Blogger

So it seems that blogging is bubbling up again to the front of people's minds in the Caribbean for various reasons. Caribbean brands are more aware of the power of blog to influence, they are now monitoring and reading them; more professionals and newbies are using their blogs as a

Who are the Top 12 Jamaican Twitterers ?

Twittermania has gripped the world and the Caribbean and Jamaica are no different. Last week I wrote a post on the Top 12 Caribbean Twitterers, now I'm going country specific for a hot minute. Again, I used wefollow.com, which is a user-powered Twitter directory to track how many twitterers we

CUBlogz.com – another Caribbean blog network launches

CUBlogz is another Caribbean blog network that just launched and was spawned from an American-based group of Caribbean Americans. They've branded themselves the Official Caribbean blog Network "where the best of the best in the Caribbean web scene reside (their blogs anyway )." They went on to say on their