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Top 5 New Year Goals for business success in 2015

As a small business what goals do you have for your business this year? Here are some of the top goals for small business in 2015.

Keeping your date up to date

Since it’s the new year I thought I’d have a WordPress tip on the copyright year found at the bottom of most websites. There are sooooo many websites on the internet that I like to check that the website I’m looking at is up to date. Sometimes it can be obvious with calendar events, or …

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Mount Gambier Website Design Workspace

Where the magic happens

Let’s get to know each other a little better. Here is a picture showing my workspace. As you can see I definitely don’t have a wireless office! I do have a new laptop which is why I have two laptops on my desk. I would love to say that I have one for each hand …

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We’re nominated….

Today we’ve been notified that we’ve been nominated in the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce NAB Outstanding Business of the Year Awards 2013. This is very exciting since this is our first nomination. The winners will be announced at the presentation evening on Friday September 20th at the Barn.

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How often to update your website?

Subtitle – a website is for life not just for Christmas! Okay that’s all a bit of an exaggeration but what I’m trying to say is that websites shouldn’t simply be created and then left alone.  Just like a dog, websites need to be fed regularly with juicy bits of news about the business. Don’t …

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March 30 Facebook Changes

Facebook Page changes March 30th

Now personally I haven’t my personal Facebook page over to the new Timeline look because frankly I find it confusing. I liked the one column which to me was nice and clear but Timeline with it’s two column presentation is now coming to Pages as well. If you don’t make the changes yourself by March …

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