Are your website visitors skimmers or readers?

I’ve been working with a client on her new site recently, and she asked me to remove one of the frequently asked questions because the answer was the same as another question.

On face value, you’d say ok, sure.

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It’s all about you. What you need in a successful about page.

Your about page talks about you, but did you know it’s also a great place to talk about how you solve a problem for your readers?

Here’s what you need on a well written about page.

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Are your online reviews making your business look bad?

  • If you have no idea what your business reviews look like, then the likely answer is yes.
  • If you don’t have any, then the likely answer is yes.

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Why Prospects Ignore Your Website

In our business, we often get the same objections we need to address with customers before they’re willing to go with us. I’m sure you do too.

Have you considered creating content for your website that new clients can read or watch before they buy from you?

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Is Yellow Pages Advertising Still Working For You?

I've been chatting with a client today, that up until now, uses Yellow Pages for advertising. If you’re currently using Yellow Pages for advertising, I want to ask you a few questions … 

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5 mistakes you're making on your website

There are so many things to know when you’re building a website, with our years of experience, we’ve listed out 5 things to help you fine tune your site for better performance.

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Are you missing out by not using Email Marketing?

How would you like to be able to reach your customers when, and where you choose? Social media leaves you lost in the algorithm, or paying a premium to reach your audience. But email marketing gives you the opportunity to get in touch with them directly. 

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How to send images and files

With everyone needing to send images and files online right now, what better time to understand ways of being able to transfer them? 

Email isn’t great for sending a lot of files, or large files as many email providers have size limits per email that you can send.

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Checking your domain details

Your domain is your address on the internet. It’s the URL that clients type in to go to your website. When you register your domain name, you have a license to use it for the specified period. For example, our domain is

It’s a good idea to keep your registered details up to date, some instances when you might need to check your details are … 

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SPAM Warning: Trying to get you to buy unnecessary domain name

Watch out for emails from organisations like DNS Australia. They're sending out emails that tell you that someone is interested in a domain the same as yours using the .info extension. Eg, and then go on to tell you it's going to cost you $297. DO NOT take them up on this offer, it's simply a marketing scheme. 

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