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facebook changes 2018

Written on 05 February, 2018 by Iona Yeung

How Facebook’s recent changes may impact your business Earlier this year Facebook announced it was changing its algorithm to ‘encourage meaningful interactions between people’.  According to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, it’s likely that content from businesses, brands and publishers won’t appear in our customers’ news feeds as often as we’d like. The changes to Facebook you need to... Read more
Categories: Facebook, News
business-holiday-checklist

Written on 23 November, 2017 by Iona Yeung

Holiday checklist: experts share what small business owners should do this festive season The holiday season is just around the corner and whether you’re open for business or closed for the holidays, there are a few things you can do to ensure you kick off 2018 with success. We’ve asked  business experts to share how businesses can make the most out of the... Read more
Categories: News, Small Business
cashflow tips

Written on 23 October, 2017 by Iona Yeung

Q&A: Tips to manage 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, Small Business
Website Design

Written on 21 August, 2017 by Iona Yeung

5 elements of an effective website 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 things... Read more
Categories: News, Web Design & Content

Written on 17 July, 2017 by Iona Yeung

Supre marketing manager shares her top tips on marketing to Generation Z Length: 5-7 minute read If your business targets Generation Z (those born between 1996-2010) you might want to say goodbye to traditional advertising tactics (Facebook included). When it comes to marketing to teens, iconic fashion brand Supre has had its fair share of experience. In this article, Supre's Marketing Manager... Read more
Categories: Events, News

Written on 10 July, 2017 by Iona Yeung

How to take your startup to the next level Length: 5 minute read Whether your business is in its infancy or at a level of maturity, one fact that remains is that there's always room to grow. If you're just starting to see momentum from all your blood, sweat and tears, now is not the time to rest on... Read more
Categories: Events, Marketing, News, Small Business
facebook vs Google infographic

Written on 30 June, 2017 by Iona Yeung

Infographic
Google vs Facebook Ads: Which is Best for Your Growing Business? Length: 5-7 min read. It's no surprise that paid traffic is one of the fastest ways to attract new website visitors, gain more leads and generate sales. When it comes to paid channels the two main contenders are Facebook advertising and Google Adwords. Whether one performs better than the other in... Read more
Categories: News, Pay Per Click, Social Media
krissie-millan-rebecca-minkoff-interview

Written on 27 June, 2017 by Iona Yeung

10 Minutes with Krissie Millan, VP of Innovation at Rebecca Minkoff Length: 10-15 min read Some of the hottest and most disruptive retailers in the world will be flying to Sydney to speak at the Online Retailer event this year, including Krissie Millan, VP of Innovation at Rebecca Minkoff. In this quick Q&A, Rebecca shares what it takes to be a disruptor in online retail, how to... Read more
Categories: News
Small-business-grants

Written on 16 June, 2017 by Iona Yeung

The $10,000 grant that could transform small businesses in Queensland Length: 5-7 min read. Updated 05/10/027 It’s no surprise that when it comes to building and growing your business, technology is the way forward. It can help you work smarter, reach an audience beyond your postcode and grow your business. If your business is based in Queensland, you may be... Read more
Categories: News

Written on 14 February, 2017 by Brett Rule

Is your site considered secure by Google? January 2017 has seen Google release a significant update to Chrome, the most popular desktop web browser (NetMarketshare). In some cases the change notifies users visiting a non-HTTPS website with a ‘Not secure’ or ‘Dangerous’ icon alert in the address bar of the browser. These security changes to the Chrome... Read more
Categories: News, Security