Miles Burke

Startups, digital marketing, small business & more.



Writing for SitePoint

In recent news, I was honoured to be asked by the team behind, the third most popular eBusiness site in the world, to join their star studded blogger lineup, to blog under the topic of Web Pro Business. My… Continue Reading →

Moving on up

They say a change is as good as a holiday. So I’m kicking into relaxation mode as I announce that this blog has up and moved over to its new location, at I would encourage you to please update… Continue Reading →

Summary of Singapore – Kampong Glam & Bugis Street

Although considered two entirely separate areas, Bugis Street and Kampong Glam are within a few minutes walk of each other, and have a similar atmosphere. You cannot be considered a tourist unless you’ve bought some of the many cheap fashion… Continue Reading →

Summary of Singapore – Clarke Quay & Orchard Rd

Well, after my previous terse remark about Clarke Quay and Orchard Road (#18 of my 23 facts about Singapore) you wouldn’t expect me to have anything nice to say, but I would have to say no trip to Singapore would… Continue Reading →

Summary of Singapore – Little India

Little India was the area in which we stayed, at a great 35 room hotel called the Perak Hotel, which is on Perak Road, Little India. Although fairly basic, the personal service, free breakfasts, great air conditioning and central location… Continue Reading →

23 Facts about Singapore

In a few previous travel related posts (I’m thinking Canberra and North East England), I made a short list of facts I had noticed in my travels. Having just returned from 84 hoursĀ in downtown Singapore for our 9th wedding anniversary,… Continue Reading →

Weekends away

The weekend prior to Christmas, we took the staff and families from Bam Creative and Bekkers down to Bunker Bay Resort, in the very relaxing Dunsborough area. It was a great weekend, and this image summarises how I felt from… Continue Reading →

Boxing Day

My plan a few days ago was to celebrate Christmas by posting an image each day for a week here on my blog. Well, I have survived four days now, so all is good. Think of it as a graphical… Continue Reading →

Christmas Trees, past and present

I grew up with natural Christmas trees, ones cut down from some plantation, sold at the local Petrol station and brought to our home for the month of December, dressed up and treated well for a few weeks, and then… Continue Reading →

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