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Step by step guide to online marketing

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Steps to setting up your business online With every passing year, our lives become more altered by (and dependant on) the ever-growing technological developments made across the world. Many business owners – whether they be of small operations in the suburbs or growing enterprises in the city – have seen their livelihoods flourish thanks to setting up... Read more
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Federal Budget 2019 Export Market Development Grant

Written on 05 April, 2019 by Jessica Clausen

What does the Federal Budget 2019 mean for your small business? There are big wins for small businesses in the recently announced proposed Federal Budget 2019, such as increasing the instant asset write-offs and more incentive to hire apprentices with the Skilled Shortage payments. But the biggest win might just be the boost in funding for the Export Market Development Grant... Read more
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Written on 06 March, 2019 by Iona Yeung

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Written on 29 November, 2018 by Jen McKinnon

Do you really need to produce more content? When it comes to content marketing, there seems to be two distinct approaches: quality or quantity. Both strategies are expensive and require significant man-power, but each is carried out in a different way. The debate is on and people are choosing sides – so, which side are you on?  ... Read more
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Written on 23 November, 2018 by Jen McKinnon

What is a WHOIS lookup? Did you know you can look up the details of any given domain name online? This can prove useful for anyone who is looking to negotiate to acquire a pre-registered domain or for those who are interested in contacting the site owner for any reason, legal or otherwise. To find... Read more
Categories: domains, Website Security

Written on 15 November, 2018 by Cassidy Spencer

How does a gTLD help my business? New gTLDs have been causing quite a stir over the past few years, with what feels like a new one popping up every other day. Starting as simple three-letter codes similar to the main five (.com, .gov, .edu, .org and .net), they have now expanded to complete words and every... Read more
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How videos improve your search ranking With smartphones and simple editing apps, video content has taken off in the past few years and the demand is only growing. Animoto reported that four times as many customers would prefer to watch a video about a product than read about it and, in 2017, HubSpot predicted that 80% of online content will be video by 2019.... Read more
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