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Written on 06 June, 2019 by Jessica Clausen

Hit the Right Audience with Google Ads With 71% of search traffic clicks going to results from the first page, it’s no wonder that’s where every business wants to be. What if we told you there was a way to pay your way to the top of Google search results? Google Search Advertising, also known as Google... Read more
Categories: Marketing, Pay Per Click | Tags: google, online marketing, pay per click, ppc, small business

Written on 30 May, 2019 by Jessica Clausen

Which social media channel is right for my business? Get the most out of social media by managing your approach strategically. Here’s how. Social media gives small businesses the opportunity to reach millions of customers all over the globe at a fraction of the cost. In fact, according to the Telstra Small Business Intelligence Report, 54% of customers say... Read more
Categories: Marketing, Small Business, Social Media | Tags: facebook, instagram, linkedin, marketing, online marketing, social media, twitter

Written on 30 May, 2019 by Jessica Clausen

Google Ads hacks that’ll have you reaching further without moving a muscle Whether your business is new or old, small or large, the basis to success for every business is tapping into the digital marketing space. Here are some handy tips to tackling the Google Ads juggernaut. When it comes to a successful marketing campaign in the 21st century, if you’re not... Read more
Categories: Marketing, News, Pay Per Click, Small Business | Tags: google, google ads, keywords, marketing, online marketing, pay per click, ppc, small business
Netregistry Federal Budget 2019

Written on 24 April, 2019 by Karen Lam

Federal Budget 2019 – What the EMDG means for your business With the Federal Budget 2019 recently announced, Netregistry takes a look at how small and medium business can benefit from funding and grants provided. This year, small business and exports were a big winner. What’s in it for small business? Along with the asset write-off increase from $25K to $30K,... Read more
Categories: Marketing, News, Pay Per Click, Web Design & Content | Tags: business, Export, Federal Budget, Paid Search, ppc, Website
Nick Wilson - Netregistry

Written on 05 March, 2019 by Karen Lam

Bricks & Clicks episode 2 highlights This week on Bricks and Clicks the six business owners headed to Barangaroo in Sydney where they kicked off the journey to transform their retail stores into an online brands. This episode shared two key takeaways: 1. Personalised customer experience is key to success Birdsnest may have grown into a... Read more
Categories: Marketing, News, Small Business
Is it time to refresh your website

Written on 30 January, 2019 by Karen Lim-Sam

When is the right time to refresh your website? In the brick-and-mortar world, you can build a shopfront that lasts for years but, in the digital sphere, that same principle can cost you customers, clicks and sales. The digital landscape is constantly changing and your website needs to keep up to date in order to stay relevant to those... Read more
Categories: Marketing, Web Design & Content

Written on 07 January, 2019 by Jen McKinnon

How to write a marketing plan: Marketing Goals We’re on our way to setting out a detailed and highly-effective marketing plan. Last we left you, we were looking at target audience. More specifically, how to build buyer personas to support your understanding of your target audience. It’s now time to look at what you want to achieve through... Read more
Categories: Marketing

Written on 14 December, 2018 by Jen McKinnon

How to write a marketing plan: Target Audience In our latest blogs, we have been making our way through how to write a marketing plan. We’ve already constructed a Situation Analysis, using a SWOT Analysis and a Competitor Analysis and now it’s time to home in on your Target Audience. To do this,  we’ll be looking at how... Read more
Categories: Marketing

Written on 07 December, 2018 by Jen McKinnon

How to write a marketing plan: Situation Analysis (Part 2) Last week, we began our How to write a marketing plan blog series with the first part of the Situational Analysis. We delved deep into how to write a SWOT Analysis for your business to begin to work out where you sit in the current market. Once you're happy with your... Read more
Categories: Marketing

Written on 28 November, 2018 by Jen McKinnon

How to write a marketing plan: Situation Analysis (Part 1) Over the next two months, we will be taking a close look at exactly what you need to put together a sound marketing plan for your small business. Whether launching into the market for the first time or simply planning for the new year ahead, we will take you through... Read more
Categories: Marketing