Technibble Survey Competition – Winner!

Last week we announced a survey competition. The competition is now closed and we have a winner!
Congratulations to heathlandreth@*******.com!

What they have won:

Fabs Autobackup 4 Tech
A fantastic portable application that makes backing up and restoring your clients data incredibly easy. This is easily one of my favourite pieces of software as a Computer Technician. You can checkout Fabs Autobackup here.

Call That Girls eBooks
Lisa (who has 3 physical store fronts) has allowed us to tap into her knowledge by writing 3 eBooks on how she gets clients via social media, her manual of operations for her business and her guide to provide remote support effectively.
Call That Girls Guide to Social Media
Call That Girls Guide To Remote Support + Call That Girls Manual of Operations (ManOps)

Podnutz Laptop Repair Videos
Steve Cherubino, who was computer technician until he went full time podcasting has worked on thousands of laptop computers in his shop and would now like to share his laptop repair knowledge with you with 10 hours of high definition, narrated, downloadable videos. You can check out the Laptop Repair Videos here.

Special thanks to all those who entered and special thanks to Fabrice, Lisa and Steve for providing the prizes.



Bryce Whitty

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Bryce Whitty
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Bryce is an Australian computer technician and the founder of Technibble. He started his computer repair business when he was 17 years old and is still running it 9 years later. He is an avid traveller and spends at least a month of the year in another country.

Comments (2)

  • Chris Grant says:

    Congrats to Heath Landreth….sure wish it was me! Bryce are you going to post the results of the survey? Would love to see how folks responded.

    • Bryce Whitty says:

      Not directly, information will come out as Technibble content. Readers let us know their problems in this survey and if one of us (the writers) know the answer to that problem, we can write about it. “The best way to deal with X” etc..