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Rachel Cliff

Rachel Cliff is a highly compelling copywriter and blogger in Brisbane, specialising in trades and construction machinery. She has the remarkable knack of turning complex concepts into plain English and easy to follow instructions. When not crafting word magic, Rachel turns yoga mats into suits of armour for Cosplay competitions, and has a slight obsession with K-Pop music and dance.

10 Common Website Complaints

10 Common Website Complaints

One of the questions we ask new clients is what bugs them about their existing website, and websites in general. Over the years we’ve collated their responses into the ten most common complaints people have about websites. You can use this list to check your website...
The Beginner’s Guide to Google My Business

The Beginner’s Guide to Google My Business

This Beginner’s Guide takes a deep dive into one of the most crucial online platforms that all small businesses need to explore, Google My Business.

A quick heads up: This is a very long blog post as there is a lot of information to cover, so you may want to bookmark this post and refer back to it as you go about setting up your listing.

The Beginner’s Guide to Starting a Blog

The Beginner’s Guide to Starting a Blog

“And of course I want a blog on my new website, although I am not really sure what I will put in it”.

When you are building a website, whether or not to add a blog is often up for debate. People are interested in the idea, they know Google generally likes fresh blog posts, but the logistics can be a bit on the vague side. Before you sign-off on adding a blog, here are the pros and cons of blogging for your business.

The Beginner’s Guide to Gravatar

The Beginner’s Guide to Gravatar

Have you ever wondered how some people seem to have a photo of their smiling face follow their presence around the web when they publish blogs, comment on websites or appear in social media? It isn’t some super tricky IT code – they simply use a free program called Gravatar.

The Beginner’s Guide to Canva

The Beginner’s Guide to Canva

Mention the words “graphic design” to many small business owners and you will often see them wince or run away screaming. They may have tried to DIY designs and failed dismally after forking out hundreds of dollars per year on premium products like Photoshop. They end up paying professional designers every time they need to create even the smallest day-to-day images for them.

What if we told you there was a way to design your own images and graphics that is easy, user friendly, best of all it’s free?

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