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Getting The Best Support Possible: Help Your Provider Help You

Help Yourself

I was initially going to call this article, “How Best To Work With Your Techie”, but after speaking with a number of small business owners, I’ve decided that calling it “Getting the best support possible” was more appropriate. As a service provider, we are often challenged in providing top notch support because we simply can’t […]

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SEO and Video: Does it work?

Video and SEO

SEO and Video – how many times have you heard that using Video is great for your Search Engine Optimisation?  For a while that was all I heard!  I was asked an interesting question by one of my clients today and I thought I would share my answer – it was a good question.   […]

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Good Service Provision: 3 Tips for Service Providers

Good Service Provision

Good Service Provision (or dare I say excellent service provision) is as much based on delivering good service as it is on choosing the right client. Today I’m going to address some of the less discussed, but equally practical tips that a service provider should consider when delivering work. I’m not going to address the […]

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Blogging – SEO and your Business

How Do I Improve My Search Engine Rankings?

Anyone who asks me how to raise the position of their website in the Search Engines will tell you that I will always say “You need to be blogging”.  Yes, there are other things that need to be done, but the quickest thing a Business Owner can do to start improving their Search Engine rankings […]

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HTML Site to WordPress Website

I received the following question via our Facebook page and I thought it would be a good one to address publically I had an HTML membership site that was made in Dreamweaver and someone told me I should revamp and use wordpress. They signed me up to Wpengine and got a premium woo theme as […]

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Web Fonts & Typography in 2014….

Back in 2010, I wrote about using Websafe Fonts for your website to ensure that the display integrity was maintained.  This article is long overdue and will revisit ‘websafe fonts’ and the use of Web Fonts to really spice up the look of your website. A quick refresh on websafe fonts and why you want […]

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A Geek Mumma’s guide to Internet Acronyms

Not so long along, there was a discussion about the number of Internet acronyms and how confusing we often found the language we were confronted with on a, now, daily basis. I thought it would be fun to have a look at some of the more common (and not so common) variations of our language. […]

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Business Tools: Automating WorkFlows

OneSAAS - Automate your workflows

There are so many business tools available to help make managing and running your business easier (I shared some of these business tools here).  One of the challenges that I deal with in using different systems is automating workflows to get appropriate data and information between these systems in an effective and efficient manner.  Here’s an […]

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Online Scheduling Tool: Vcita Walkthrough

One of the things that I really like is being able to book appointments with a provider or a client and know that the time and date is blocked out in my calendar.  To me, there is nothing worse than the too-ing and fro-ing via email or text messaging trying to work out a date […]

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You can’t hide from Facebooks’ Search anymore – or can you?

Facebook Privacy

As usual with most information about Facebook and changes to privacy settings, there’s a bit of a kefuffle brewing about Facebook’s most recent blog post “Reminder: Finishing the Removal of an Old Search Setting“.  Many people are, quite rightly, concerned about this change however – IT IS NOT NEW.  This is the extension of a […]

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