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How much text should you have on a web page?

Providing the right amount of content on your web page can tricky. You’re trying to attract potential customers by providing valuable information without overwhelming them.

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GST on Google Ads & the “Amazon Tax”

Starting in October 2019, international companies like Amazon will have to register with IRD and collect GST from Kiwis at the point of sale.

Weight loss Products

How to sell weight loss products online

How effective is online marketing and what are the do’s and don’ts? Here is what you need to know if you want to sell weight loss products online.

Online Reputation

Why online reputation is important

Online reviews can make or break a business. People rely on reviews and recommendations with 92% of customers read online reviews before making a decision Online reviews can make or break a business. People rely on reviews and recommendations with 92% of customers read online reviews before making a decision

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Vodafone Stop Domain, Email & Web Hosting Services

Vodafone are shutting web, email and domain hosting services as of 28th February 2019. We explain what this means for you and your business.

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Steps in keyword research to beat your competition

Keyword research is probably one of the most important parts of SEO to get right. Choosing and tracking the wrong keywords can really negatively impact your SEO in the long run. This is why it is important to conduct proper […]

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Responsive Design for SEO and Website Success in 2019

Responsive Web Design is a method of web design where a web page is designed to fit or scale to the display capabilities of the device it is being viewed on

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Why you should have a business blog

Have you considered blogging? It’s a vital digital marketing tool that helps you increase your stats, engage your audience and improve your online presence.

SEO Designer

Why use an SEO web designer

This post will explore how an SEO approach to web design can benefit your marketing efforts from the design stage onwards

Cookies

What are cookies?

Good news first: Cookies don’t harm your computer nor do they contain any viruses or give anyone else access to your computer.

Password Manager

Password Managers – how to keep your data safe

Remembering a strong password for multiple websites can be a mission impossible. Password managers are a way reduce the chaos in your password jungle.

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7 Secure Password Tips

Thought you had it all figured out, creating complicated, hard to decipher passwords that will keep your personal data safe? You might want to reconsider, because recent studies have shown that the status quo is not as safe as you thought!

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How to avoid online scams

Scams only have one goal: To get your money. Unfortunately scams have become a lot trickier to spot over the years. Find out how to keep yourself safe.

Children's Internet Safety

How to keep your child safe online.

In the age of digital technology it’s almost impossible to keep your children away from devices, let alone the internet. Helping them understand the dangers of the internet and teaching them how to use it responsibly, is vital.

search engine optimization

7 User Interaction Metrics that will influence the SEO of your site

Only 28% of Business Owners, about one in four, perform SEO. We look at 7 User Interaction Metrics that will influence the SEO of your Site.

Privacy Policy

What is the GDPR and how will it affect NZ businesses?

Floods of emails in recently touting business’s privacy policy updates? It’s the GDPR. What is GDPR & how will it impact your business here in New Zealand?

Why Social Media isn't enough

Why Social Media Marketing Isn’t Enough To Promote Your Business Online

An effective digital marketing strategy requires a well-designed website at the very minimum, as well as a commitment to creating useful and engaging content consistently. Social media marketing is only a small part of a much larger strategy.

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How to promote your cause on the internet

Even the worthiest of causes won’t receive donations if no one has ever heard of it. This is why nonprofit organisations dedicate so much time and effort to raising awareness. Here are 9 actionable steps your organisation can implement to increase your online reach and raise more awareness of your cause.

New Zealand Business Resources

Free resources for New Business in New Zealand

Starting a small business can be beyond challenging. Working extra long hours and juggling tasks to keep the business going, it can often feel like you’re all alone, struggling to keep it all together. But, there is help available

Google Ad Grants

Google Adwords Grant

Advertising is vital to the success of any organisation, including those who operate to help others.What if nonprofits could reduce their own advertising spend while extending the reach and audience of their cause? This is where the Google Adwords Grant can help.

Website Fails

8 most common web design fails

97 percent of consumers read online reviews about a business before making a buying decision and there is no faster way to judge a business than by its website. Your website is your potential customer’s first impression of who you are and how you do business.

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Your SEO Questions Answered

You may already know that Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is important for your ranking your business higher on Google, but how much do you really know about it? These are the answers to the questions we hear most often. Hopefully they can clear up some of the confusion around this complicated subject.

Why didn't your SEO Work

Why Your SEO Didn’t Work

Bad SEO will not only be ineffective but it can also be detrimental to the growth of your business. Here, we take a look at what might have gone wrong and how you can turn the situation around.

Net Neutrality

Net neutrality changes: What does it mean for New Zealand?

Repealing the changes means that internet service providers are perfectly positioned to control bandwidth and internet speeds, favouring services that pay higher premiums or are owned by the internet providers themselves. But what does this actually mean for the everyday internet user?

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