THE TOP 10 OF 2007

# NUMBER 4 :

Vision on the Tele...

In September and October, me and some other of my fellow here at KLP got a very much special reception ‘cameo’ over at TV3. Those who have had seen it, might know the program as Kelab Disney Malaysia and Remaja. It is not saying that I’ve never been on TV before but being there with things and stuff which I work on a daily routine as part of your job and letting and sharing it with the audience can be quite the joyride.


Wonder what's coming up next after this?

Ulasan

chasingbus berkata…
Hi there,

My name is Kevin. I hope you will take some time to read my recommendation.

I want you to go to this site www.secretsaya.com – it's a new web application that is made in Malaysia which allow users to reveal their secrets in a form of an artwork (inclusive of photography, image editing, illustrations and others), voice recitation (inclusive of any interpretation of using voice) and writing (in the forms of random thoughts, poem, haiku fiction or anything else). Users are advised to use a 'secret' username if they don't want to be known in the community - and users are free to reveal as many secrets as they want each day. Each secret they revealed are then shared with the community in which they would be rated and commented. (taken from their site)

Their current market they're targeting now in which I found out when emailing the SecretSaya's team is MySpace users, those who are into Art movements like Bangkit and Rantai. While they might seem like a good target niche, but seriously they are not! Simply because they're the MySpace niche. They aren't web niche like us, bloggers, flickers and such. SecretSaya needs to divert their target audience – it needs broad and wider coverage – and I felt like helping them out since I believe this site can be really useful in the future, we can finally have our very own Malaysian made YouTube, DeviantArt.. to name a few.

So I hope, and I hope you guys out there can help out – help SecretSaya expand, help them be exposed to the right niche. Blog about them. Tag them. Spread the news to your friends. Lets help a Malaysian made web app!

sincerely yours,
Kevin