OK, I Need a Website… Now What?

Congratulations! You’ve acknowledged the importance of a website to the success of your business-so now what? First, you need to decide what information you would like to offer on your site. This can be as brief as one page describing who you are, where your are, what you do, and how to contact you, or it…

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Responsive Web Design – what is it?

A responsive website changes its appearance and layout based on the size of the screen the website is displayed on. Features of responsive design can include: Larger text to accommodate smaller screens. Configured to make the buttons on the phone’s screen easier to press. Mobile friendly navigation for easier browsing on smaller screens. Formatting the…

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Getting Started With Google Places for Business

Establishing a local online presence is definitely a great way to grow your business. Google Places for Business is the perfect place to start your SEO campaign — by establishing your business’ identity on Google Places, it can show up in Google searches, Google Maps and Google+ Local. The main benefits are: Show up across…

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Facebook Page vs Website: Can a Facebook Page replace a website?

There seems to be a growing trend for small business and start-ups to choose a Facebook page over a website to promote their business and products. Whether this trend is being driven by economic factors or the belief that setting up a website is “too hard” is unclear, however if you were to base the…

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Your Facebook Business Page: Getting the cover photo right

If you have a Facebook page for your business, the first thing a visitor to that page will notice is your cover photo. This is your opportunity to give that WOW factor to your page and at the same time convey a message about your business. In March of 2012 all Facebook pages were converted…

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What are QR (Quick Response) bar codes?

You would have almost certainly seen these appearing in magazine advertisements, business cards and even T-Shirts. The QR (short for Quick Response) barcodes are fast gaining popularity in Australia as a method of marketing to smart phone and tablet users. This technology was developed in Japan in 1994 and was originally used for tracking parts…

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