An existing client (a computer repair business) just called to ask for some advice on behalf of one of his clients who let his domain name lapse and subsequently had it registered by a domain name squatter. Here’s our advice back to our client. You called up….. “You called up about your friend with domain […]
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You’ve probably seen the news where a staggering 500 million guests of the Marriott group (includes Sheraton, Westin and W) have had their data hacked after staying in the hotels. As major websites get hacked, and the news says “millions of accounts compromised” – what that often means is that the list of usernames/passwords have […]
Being the manly man I am, I’m growing my beard back (heh, I was a nursing sister for 15 years, I have to get my masculinity confirmed someway). It looks ridiculous, but I love it. Anyway, my son Jack (apparently you shouldn’t rank your kids, but click here to see why it’ll be almost impossible […]
A couple of weeks ago The Wall Street Journal reported the US apparel company Under Armour “employees received an email earlier this year that upended a longstanding company practice: They could no longer charge visits to strip clubs on their corporate cards.” You read that right. The poor employees of Under Armour can no longer […]
Many brands either invest into advertising or sponsorship to increase their brand awareness. But advertising and sponsorship can go hand in hand, and this powerful combination will propel brands to the next level. Why? Advertising is great for general brand awareness as it can provide high frequency and repetition, meaning consumers will see the product/service […]
This is always a fun topic 😀 Organic social media engagement rates have dropped massively over the last couple of years for businesses. Where businesses were seeing 20-30% engagement rates on Facebook, they might be lucky to see 5% now. The newsfeed algorithm is largely to blame for this – it filters how many posts […]
Creative thinking often, not always, wins the day in terms of value created. Creative can get cut through. Creative comes up with better solutions. Creative can make a better return on investment than any tactic. I was reminded of this by reading Dave Trott’s Twitter (follow it for some terrific insights) this week and seeing […]
It’s 10 years today that my then 15 yo son Jack and I started our 4,500 km cycle across Australia in 30 days – from Perth, WA to Surfers Paradise, Queensland. He became the youngest person ever to cycle across Australia and we raised $30,000 for youth mentoring charity Big Brothers Big Sisters in the […]
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The Big Boss was chatting with a new client earlier this week and stressing the importance of results being the only measure of effective search engine optimisation. Sure, it’s great to do all the right things – but only if they work. So we did a bit of digging on our past Google ranking results […]