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Turning Pet Peeves into Unique Selling Propositions

Turning Pet Peeves into Unique Selling Propositions

I am 6 weeks into living surrounded by rubble. It all started as a simple plan to redo the kitchen, and then somehow morphed into a whole house renovation.

My hair is now permanently set into fixed Einstein style waves thanks to plaster dust and rampant humidity. My skin and glasses are tattooed with indelible paint splots. I can’t remember the last time I saw a room without a drop sheet or innumerable storage boxes piled in corners.

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The Beginner’s Guide to Grammarly

The Beginner’s Guide to Grammarly

Today’s Beginner’s Guide is Grammarly, an essential program in our office for anything related to writing. It is one of our drop-dead essential programs in the office and is one of the first things we install on all new computers.

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The Beginner’s Guide to Dropbox

The Beginner’s Guide to Dropbox

As our office is currently in the midst of renovations a lot of our focus has been on packing and storage. Because we have storage on the brain, it made sense that today’s Beginner Guide focusses on one of the biggest cloud-based storage systems – Dropbox.

Today’s Beginners Guide is on Dropbox, a favourite program of ours when it comes to collaboration and data storage.

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Tales from the Shed

Tales from the Shed

My ancient lawnmower grumpily skulked in my garden shed. It hated the sunshine and being removed from the cool dark cave. It hated, even more, being forced to start and did everything in its ageing power not to do any work.

First, it was spark plugs, and then the petrol wasn’t fresh enough. Then the oil was a teeny bit on the thick side. Next, the air filter had a bit of dust until finally, the primer decided to go out in sympathy.

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The Beginner’s Guide to Feedly

The Beginner’s Guide to Feedly

Welcome back to our Beginner’s Guide series. This is part 2 of the series to help you quickly get up to speed with some tools to help you build your business.

Today we’re exploring a great tool for staying on top of your industry and finding useful content to share with your clients … Feedly.

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Emails You Can Happily Delete

Emails You Can Happily Delete

Unsolicited emails are the scourge of every business owner’s existence. But what about unsolicited emails that sound vaguely legitimate as they talk about your SEO or your marketing? Should you ignore them? Respond to them with a “no thanks” or take them up on their offer?

Here’s a quick run through of some of the many emails that you can happily delete.

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The Beginner’s Guide to Buffer

The Beginner’s Guide to Buffer

Some of our most popular blog posts are where we share simple “How to Guides”. This is the first in a series of posts to help you upskill and become familiar with some of our favourite tools that you can use to help you build your business in 2018.

Today, we explore one of our essential business tools – Buffer!

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Is Your Marketing Legally Compliant?

Is Your Marketing Legally Compliant?

Most small business owners struggle with marketing their business. They sweat blood to finally get their offer out to the public without realising that they may be breaking a raft of laws.

A common discussion we have with new clients is around their legal compliance for their marketing. They often don’t know what they don’t know, so have slipped over to the dark side without realising.

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Best Business Books of 2017

Best Business Books of 2017

If you are looking for inspiration, new ideas and some great business strategies, then you can’t go wrong with a well-written business book.

Each year I share the books that made the most impact on me during the year. These make great gifts for your favourite entrepreneur, or to read over the summer break.

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15 minutes to Your First Professional Business Video (Without Appearing on Camera or Speaking!)

15 minutes to Your First Professional Business Video (Without Appearing on Camera or Speaking!)

Video marketing is the growing wave for marketing your small business. Why? Consumers have shifted how they engage with information. People want to watch rather than read.

Some quick stats:
• YouTube had 15,600,000 Unique Australian Visitors in August 2017
• The top 10 video creators on Facebook received 15.6 billion views in August alone

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