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Promoting Your DJ Profile

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Ryan Oliver, one of the team behind, takes us through the essential steps in promoting your DJ profile online.

1) Eat, Breathe & Sleep Music

It might seem obvious, but the most critical element of any DJ’s success is their ability to play the music that will move people in the area they operate in. To achieve this, you will need to constantly be searching for the next big sound / label / artist / tune that will give your DJ sets an edge over everyone else’s.

The importance of using the internet to search for new music cannot be underestimated & music blogs and sites such as SoundCloud mean that it is easier than ever to hear tonnes of new music on a daily basis.

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July 29, 2011 at 3:28 pm

10 Simple Steps to High-Res Images with Google Image Search

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As a full service web agency, Bozboz gets a lot of requests for graphic design and illustration work, large and small. One of the most common requests from agencies and promoters is; ‘do you have a high-res shot of Mick Hucknall?’ Etc.

Well, now that Google image search has been revamped, we do!

And because we’re nice people, we’re going to teach you how to do it too, in our easy to follow step by step guide:

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July 26, 2011 at 2:33 pm

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Google+ Review

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The wait is finally over. Google+ has been unveiled and Bozboz have been lucky enough to test it out.

The social network, described by some as a potential ‘killer’ of rivals Twitter and Facebook has arrived with less of a bang and more of a thud. With its invite only launch, Google has been keen to stress that the launch is a Field Trial, and that ‘Things may not work as intended.’

Once you have set yourself up by entering some basic info and uploading a photo, you are prompted to begin using what we think is probably the best thing about Google’s new project: Circles.

Circles are a way of grouping your contacts so that you can easily share things with some people and not with others. This means we can share web-dev techniques around the office without boring our friends outside of work.

This appears to be a direct response to the lack of privacy that Facebook is often accused of and works brilliantly. While it’s unlikely to suddenly drive the 500 million Facebook users over to Google+, it will certainly tempt some. Circles really is a great idea and we think Facebook would be foolish not to announce updates to its Groups pages or a similar initiative very soon.

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July 1, 2011 at 3:49 pm

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