(PRWEB) August 30, 2012
Digital Era Week, an online magazine which debuted earlier this month, immediately generated thousands of web traffic with its praiseworthy reporting on world news and current events. Its top-notch team of writers was recognized for the website’s success but chief contributor Tyrone Archibeque takes most of the credit with his compelling write-ups on marketing and finance. This is why he was most recently installed as the media group’s new Editor-at-Large.
With the new position, Archibeque is now tasked to oversee some topics that are going to be tackled in the future. He is also going to lead Digital Era Week as it further expands. In addition, he will continue to provide much-needed expertise as he writes top-notch articles and columns for the site.
Tyrone Archibeque has a fine arts degree and was reluctantly pulled into the world of digital media. He initially set out to be a painter. The integration of the internet in everybody’s lives, the growth of graphic and digital arts, and the change in the market demands however have led him to change his career plans. “I became a digital artist, to make a long story short”, he added. The 36-year old Texan had a lucrative career in an advertising company which lasted up to five years.
When asked how he got into online marketing, he pointed out that it was closely related to digital art. He noted that in advertising, your responsibilities go way beyond your job description and title. He can easily come up with new designs and can also execute them quite fast. So he spent his free time learning about programming and copywriting. Writing was actually the passion that came next to visual arts. His freelance writing eventually became full-time and that is when he started creating specific content for different website online.
The opportunities that the internet presented led him to open an ecommerce which he shares and co-manages with his sister. The entrepreneur boasts lucrative sales and even admitted to earning thousands a day. The online business, according to him, is especially profitable during the holidays.
Aside from writing for Digital Era Week and managing his online clothing shop, Archibeque also teaches art history and painting classes to a local university in Texas. When asked what he thinks about the future of digital media, he predicts it will change our quality of life. He explains how everything is within reach and how everyone can access anything they want. He concluded that digital media will continue to thrive because it allows people to live their lives to the fullest and live their lives without limits concludes.
About Digital Era Week
Digital Era Week is latest online information resource to populate the world of digital media. It boasts a top-notch team of web masters and content contributors coming from different parts of the world. The website offers informative and insightful articles on a daily basis, with emphasis on topics like health, education, travel, and technology.