It’s no secret that foodies are posed as the authority of blogging, powerfully influencing a lot of people where to eat or where not to eat, based on personal experience. Surely, we can all agree that food is a universal love language, but the notion of blogging can be far more powerful.
Writing articles (or blogging) can be used to provide value to your clients, and assist with search engine optimisation (SEO) or as we like to call it; google juice.
The next lot of small business grants from the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training is opening soon. Grants of up to $15K are on offer for businesses that turnover between $300K - $600K per year.
As we gear up to complete quarter 3, I'm reminded of how exciting quarter 4 always is. Are you ready for the last quarter of this financial year?
I recently read Big Little Business, Jayne Arlett’s new book, which was simply fabulous. Jayne very clearly has mapped out challenges and solutions that small business owners often face.
Benjamin Franklin had the right idea when he famously stated, ‘by failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail’.
We love a good plan. In fact, we firmly believe that doing without planning is like building a house without drawings; even with good tradespeople you will end up with some sort of structure, but it won't be as impressive or efficient as it could be.
I'm very honoured to have been invited to participate in the Marketing Best Practice Roundtable at the International Symposium for WGI International.
There is literally only 5 months to go until end of financial year. Wow! This is the perfect time of year to take a some time out and re-focus to ensure these next 5 months are invested wisely.
I absolutely love reading and one of my latest purchases is The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek.
As business leaders blogging is one of the single most powerful tools we have in out toolkit. I know that sounds a bit of a big statement - but it's true. Here's why: