Netregistry Blog

Get appy: App-building tools for your business

Written on 29 October, 2014 by Evelyn Elsted

Could your business benefit from a mobile app? Do you have a brilliant idea but aren't sure you have the creative muscle to make it? App-building tools are popping up online, making it easy for you to design and make your own app with no technical expertise required. Here are… Read more

Categories: Social Media | Tagged: social media

Are you vulnerable to POODLE? What you need to know about the latest vulnerability

Written on 23 October, 2014 by Georgia Leaker

What is Poodle and how does it affect me? The POODLE exploit (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption) is a vulnerability recently identified within the secure encryption protocol SSLv3. SSLv3 is a browser connection commonly used for HTTPS communications. The most common types of data that are sent over HTTPS… Read more

Categories: News | Tagged: security

Password managers: Easy ways to keep your data safe

Written on 23 October, 2014 by Karen Lim-Sam

Keeping your important data safe is imperative for all businesses, but what busy executive or manager has time to memorise dozens of passwords? Solve your security issues with the help of a simple and secure password manager. Looking after your data The recent Heartbleed bug is a chilling reminder that even the… Read more

Categories: Small Business | Tagged: security

Can Google read your website? Sub-navigation tips and tricks

Written on 14 October, 2014 by Verity Meagher

There are lots of different elements that need to be considered if you're hoping for a good Google ranking, but considering whether the search engine can read your site or not is one of the most important.  Pay heed to these top sub-navigation tips and tricks to ensure Google's spiders… Read more

Categories: Search Engine Optimisation | Tagged: seo, google

What else can I do to improve my website?

Written on 9 October, 2014 by Georgia Leaker

So you’ve built your website, set up a personalised email account, bought an SSL Certificate, added a couple of sub domains and had an SEO assessment but you’re still not getting the hits you’d like and your budget and resources are limited. If you’ve run out of ideas on how… Read more

Categories: Social Media, Web Design & Content | Tagged: web design, small business, online marketing

Inside an Aussie Entrepreneur’s Tool Box

Written on 3 October, 2014 by Jessica O'Brien

It is no coincidence that the most successful entrepreneurs and small business owner’s also seem to be the early adopters of digital and non-digital tools that have being designed to make business activities more effective. It is these groups of high achievers that understand that time is the most important commodity… Read more

Categories: Small Business | Tagged: small business

The Bash Bug aka shellshock: What you need to know about the latest security threat

Written on 26 September, 2014 by Jonathan Gleeson

Right now, security professionals are scrambling to fix a security flaw called Shellshock. It's a major vulnerability related to Bash, a computer program that's installed on millions of computers around the world. There's been a lot of confusion in mainstream media about how the bug works, who is vulnerable and… Read more

Categories: News | Tagged: virus, news

The age of sponsored content

Written on 24 September, 2014 by Karen Lim-Sam

As web users grow more technologically adept, they are finding it easier to tune out traditional forms of online advertising. Things like banner ads are becoming more invisible to the average user and, in the wake of widespread ‘ad blindness’, brands are starting to turn to new avenues for connecting… Read more

Categories: Marketing, Search Engine Optimisation, Social Media | Tagged: small business, search engine optimisation, online business

Amplification: How to attract people to your website

Written on 18 September, 2014 by Verity Meagher

It's one thing to spend time crafting great content for your website, but getting people to read it is quite another. Amplification is the art of making sure your message gets out there on a variety of owned, paid and earned media channels. Good-quality content is essential for the wellbeing… Read more

Categories: Marketing, Search Engine Optimisation, Small Business | Tagged: marketing

Stay relevant and functional: Spring clean your website

Written on 9 September, 2014 by Evelyn Elsted

It’s essential that you maintain a regular online housekeeping schedule, and what better time to clean than spring? Use our handy list to help ensure you get into all those nooks and crannies and polish your website to perfection. Dust your ‘About us’ page How long has it been since… Read more

Categories: Marketing, Web Design & Content | Tagged: marketing, small business, google, search engine optimisation