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Step by step guide to online marketing

Written on 30 April, 2019 by Jessica Clausen

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
Categories: digital marketing, domains, Email, PPC, SEO, Social Media, website, Website Security
Website Build - DIY vs DFY

Written on 24 April, 2019 by Jessica Clausen

When to outsource your online marketing or do it yourself The internet has changed how the world works. In fact, it’s created a whole new online world that we engage with every day. Making your small business stand out in a crowded online space seems simple, which is why so many of us choose to DIY our online marketing. But... Read more
Categories: News, website | Tags: DIY, Professional website, website
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
Categories: digital marketing, website | Tags: Business, Export, Federal Budget

Written on 26 October, 2018 by Jessica Clausen

Is your website due for a redesign? Just like your office or brick and mortar store, a refresh is a critical part of maintaining a modern space. No one wants to walk into your business reception with outdated designs, nor a shopping mall with a checkout that’s from the 90s. When it comes to updates, websites are not excused, and there are a few things... Read more
Categories: website

Written on 19 October, 2018 by Mathilde Wennevold

The holistic approach: Integrating UX tactics and strategies for better SEO Whether you’re already well acquainted with SEO and UX, or you are only just starting to understand what these tactics can do for your business, you may not know the powerful link between the two. A more holistic approach to the way you design your website can benefit your SEO... Read more
Categories: News, SEO, website

Written on 08 October, 2018 by Cassidy Spencer

5 ways to optimise your site speed With so many websites vying for our attention, it’s harder than ever before for business owners and marketers to ensure customers are not only clicking on your website but staying on it long enough to convert. If your website isn’t delivering a great user experience (UX), your customers will simply... Read more
Categories: website

Written on 21 September, 2018 by Iona Yeung

UX mistakes to avoid Having a website for your business is only one part of the journey to online success. If your marketing efforts involve paid advertising to drive traffic, a website working at 100% capacity will help you maximise return on investment. Visual design, layout and content are key elements to good website... Read more
Categories: website

Written on 15 August, 2018 by Jen McKinnon

Optimising your web forms: how much is too much? We are no longer limited to simply providing information to consumers online, websites have also become an important portal for capturing user data. Chances are, if you have a website, you have an online form. Whether it’s a simple subscription form on a blog or a payment form on an... Read more
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Written on 18 July, 2018 by Jen McKinnon

The power of stories in modern marketing It’s common in marketing to hear the question, “what problem does the product solve for the customer?” It’s valid and useful and justified. My tap is broken, so I’ll hire Harry’s Plumbing to fix it. I need a removalist, so I’ll pay Move with Jana to come and collect my... Read more
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Written on 30 May, 2018 by Jen McKinnon

How to install a plugin on WordPress Are you DIY dynamite or do you need help? WordPress plugins can be confusing and, if you don’t know what you’re doing, you could cause complex issues on your site and your website could go down. If you’re not confident that a) the plugin is compatible with the other plugins... Read more
Categories: website