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domains for small business owners

Written on 29 November, 2017 by Iona Yeung

3 Questions to ask when deciding between a .com and domain Your domain name is your business’s online identity, it helps your clients find your business. Just like a physical shop front, you’ll want your online ‘address’ to be memorable and easy to find. One of the questions that often come up is whether a business should register a or... Read more
Categories: News
SEO vs PPC infographic

Written on 29 November, 2017 by Iona Yeung

[Infographic] The differences between SEO and PPC Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and Pay Per Click (PPC) are two marketing terms that often get confused. Both are connected to Google but the two function differently in the way potential customers find your business. This infographic highlights the differences between the two. While SEO and PPC have different functions,... Read more
Categories: PPC, SEO

Written on 29 November, 2017 by Iona Yeung

How to better manage your cash flow Managing cash flow is a business critical task yet it's an ongoing challenge business owners have. If you can relate to this, you’re not alone. According to research by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, half of all businesses throw in the towel in their first three years. 40% of business... Read more
Categories: News
how Office 365 can benefit small businesses

Written on 30 October, 2017 by Iona Yeung

How Office 365 can benefit small businesses More and more small-to-medium-sized businesses are signing up to Microsoft Office and for good reason. Since launching around two years ago, the service has helped to significantly streamline business operations and enhance productivity. In fact, Office 365 has more than 60 million users to date – a figure that is... Read more
Categories: digital marketing, Email, O365
elements of a great website

Written on 30 October, 2017 by Iona Yeung

5 elements every website should have Whether you’re a local shop owner or a business that services customers worldwide, having a website is no longer a luxury – it’s a necessity. Websites provide an online shopfront for businesses and one that’s well-designed can help you reach new customers and stand out from competitors. Here are five... Read more
Categories: News, website
benefits of a .sydney .melbourne domain

Written on 27 October, 2017 by Iona Yeung

Why your business needs a local domain name With over 3 million registered, website domains continue to be the go-to for businesses setting up a website*. It may be a popular option for Australian businesses but if you have a local business in Sydney or Melbourne, you may want to consider a .Sydney or .Melbourne domain instead.... Read more
Categories: domains

Written on 11 October, 2017 by Iona Yeung

Business Queensland to offer small businesses matched funding of $10,000 What could your business do with a $10k boost in funding? Whether it’s new website copy or CRM software, investing in digital technologies can be a costly exercise. If your business is based in Queensland you may be eligible for Business Queensland’s Small Business Digital Grants Program, an initiative that helps... Read more
Categories: News
digital marketing basics

Written on 27 September, 2017 by Iona Yeung

The four pillars of digital marketing you need to know The phrase ‘digital marketing’ can be defined in many ways, but the reality is that very few people actually understand just what’s involved. Is it about making your website Google-friendly? Spruiking your business on a bunch of different platforms? Raking in thousands of social media likes? It’s a mix of things,... Read more
Categories: digital marketing
PPC basics

Written on 25 September, 2017 by Iona Yeung

How to set up your first PPC campaign Marketers favour PPC (pay-per-click) as a form of advertising because of its ability to generate a visible return on investment. If you spend $100 on an ad campaign, you’ll quickly be able to measure the exact amount of return from the budget spent. If your business can benefit from more... Read more
Categories: PPC
Facebook vs Google Infographic

Written on 25 September, 2017 by Iona Yeung

Google vs Facebook: Which is best for your business? Paid traffic is one of the fastest ways to attract new website visitors, gain more leads and generate sales. If you’re looking to scale your business, Facebook advertising and Google Adwords are often the main contenders in paid advertising. Whether one performs better than the other in delivering ROI continues... Read more
Categories: PPC, Social Media