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Last year, MYOB launched an initiative to help get 50,000 Australian small businesses online, with a website that is free for the first 12 months.
Is a domain name by any other name really as sweet? Picking a domain name can be tricky, but we've got some tips on how to choose the perfect name for your business.
Having gone through this process numerous times in my professional life, as well as worked with numerous startups not necessarily in naming them, but working with what they had as a name (for better or worse), here are some thoughts I've had along the journey.
…being accessed by another practice, the sub domain will need to be edited. This process will also need to be done if you have changed your Practice sub domain (e.g. a requested name change), or if the client…
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SEO. Search engine optimisation. Utter those three words to many small business people and their eyes will quickly glaze over. I know mine did for a long time.
SEO is the practice of promoting, enhancing and building your sites content to rank well in search engine results. It requires work on both internal (content, links, infrastructure etc) and external (link sharing, social etc) aspects of a website.
Nowadays, it's crucial to have an online presence for your business. If you're hiring a web designer, whether in-house or external, these are 5 questions you need to ask
Building a household name starts with just that - the right name. What are the signs you need to change your business name?
…computers are on a domain-based network, the workstations will not have the Internet Time tab. This is because the workstations will automatically synchronise their time with the Domain Controller (Server…
Apart from 'Tell us a bit about yourself', the most common interview question is 'Where do you see yourself in five years?' As a personnel manager, I used to eschew these queries for sharper, more targeted tools. But last week I was forced to ask myself where I'd be in five years.