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Derrick Yazwa

Derrick Yazwa

Derrick Yazwa is a writer, entrepreneur, and digital marketing strategist living in Phoenix. He previously worked for GoDaddy.com and Amazon.com and now runs an internet marketing consulting firm helping startups and small businesses with their online marketing efforts. You can find him on Twitter under @derrickyazwa

Posts By Derrick Yazwa

Tappforce Builds Mobile Applications for Some of The World’s Largest Brands

July 19, 2012 |

The mobile market is exploding in popularity. In some parts of the world, mobile internet usage has already overtaken standard desktop access. Whenever you leave your house, you’ll likely see most people around you with their eyes transfixed by … Read More

BeenEvaluated Provides ‘Amazingly Accurate’ Website Appraisals

July 16, 2012 | 4

Joshua Elizetxe knows a few things about appraising the value of a website. In fact, he sold his first website when he was only 14. He used that knowledge and experience to jump into the field of brokering website … Read More

StormWind Provides Live Online Tech Training Via HD Video

July 6, 2012 |

Organizations of all sizes struggle with determining the best way to provide their employees with technical training. Traditional classroom training can be expensive and time consuming–often requiring employees to spend days or weeks off site. Simply providing employees with … Read More

Pearson Is The World’s Leading Learning Company

July 3, 2012 | 2

We started AZTechBeat for one reason–we want to bring more attention to the local tech scene and the diverse group of companies that operate here. It baffles us that the scene is largely ignored by local and national press. … Read More

Haiku Makes It Simple To Bring The Classroom To The Web

June 27, 2012 | 2

The last few decades have seen internet technology completely reshape many industries. Whether it’s the music industry, newspaper industry, or dozens of others–changes continue to happen at a dizzying speed. However, the education field has lagged behind when it … Read More

Deployd Provides HTML5 Developers With Instant Backends

June 21, 2012 |

Deployd was founded by Jeff Cross and Ritchie Martori to solve a problem that they had noticed during years of building applications for clients–the redundancy of building backends.

The apps they were building always needed the same basic features–user … Read More

Flatterline Harnesses The Power of Ruby to Create ‘Awesome’ Web Apps

June 13, 2012 | 8

Ruby On Rails is the dominant framework in use by web developers today. The open-source solution is incredibly popular because it aims to meet all the needs of overworked developers trying to build amazing projects–it’s simple, easy to understand, … Read More

Marketing Press Provides Powerful WordPress Solutions for Businesses

June 7, 2012 |

It’s no secret that WordPress is the most popular open-source software in the world. In fact, WP is used by 14.7% of the websites listed in Alexa’s “Top 1million websites”–and there are almost 74million blogs hosted on WordPress.com. WP … Read More

CO+HOOTS Hosts Event to Make Arizona THRIVE

June 4, 2012 | 1

CO+HOOTS is one of the best places in Arizona for coworking–hosting 16 businesses as well as a small army of freelancers and startups that call the spot their “office.” They’re focused on bringing members of the creative class of … Read More

LoopLogic’s Software Helps Companies Win With Content Marketing

May 30, 2012 |

Scott L. Mitchell, Stephane G. Legay, and Scott Cate founded LoopLogic in 2011 to provide the new generation of content marketers with an all-in-one media platform that provides real-time analytics and automation tools to help companies take their content … Read More