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Facebook News Ban, why Owning your content is so important
If you are anything like us, you probably woke up this morning to find your usual coffee browsing routine altered by a complete absence of posts from your favorite news sites on Facebook. You may have read about the Government spat with google over paid news content, this is part of that bill. While Google […]
How to accept Bitcoin and other Crypto with eCommerce & WordPress?
If you have seen the news recently you are probably aware of the huge interest in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum and even Dogecoin. Much of the recent cryptocurrency Bull Market can be directly related to the online antics of Elon Musk who has been dropping hints for months in regards to Bitcoin and Dogecoin in […]
6 Last Minute Holiday Email Campaign Ideas to Boost Sales
We are now on the home stretch towards Christmas, and for retailers there is still time to boost sales. Now that Black Friday and Cyber Monday are over, you may be looking for inspiration for campaigns that will speak to the consumers current mindset. It’s time to switch your focus, brush up on your messaging and put yourself in your customers shoes to get some ideas flowing. We’ve curated a selection of examples to get you started.
The 5 Key Economic Influences on your Business Due to Coronavirus
Coronavirus, or COVID-19, has thrown many challenges and headwinds to the broader economic community in 2020 and these effects will continue to be felt for some time to come. Small to medium-sized enterprises have, in particular, faced significant challenges and ripple effects during this time. We have chosen to cover five of the most prominent […]
This article is designed to assist small businesses in creating engaging content that resonates with their target audience. The focus of content marketing should be on providing value to your target audience. By creating valuable content in forms of blogs, articles, educational or informative videos, and ensuring it reaches the right people, you will enhance […]
These days, a lot of design and SEO agencies use templates in order to get their client sites up and running faster. Whilst this does save time and money, as well as having a faster turn around time, it ultimately benefits an agency a lot more than a client. This is due to a number […]
There has been some conjecture in the Australian media about the current COVID 19 pandemic. The uncertainty created by the COVID 19 crisis has heavily impacted consumer sentiment and behaviour on many fronts. On the one hand, people who felt threatened by the virus, in its early stages, unleashed a buying frenzy of toilet paper despite authorities telling people to remain calm.
Optimise customer experiences through strategic on-site merchandising
How you merchandise your product on your website will impact a customer’s experience, and therefore your bottom line. In our current world, consumers want to find what they are looking for fast, and with minimal disruption along the way. So whether they have arrived at your site through inspirational content on social channels, paid search, […]
We get it - trying to get the correct sized photos for social media can be a giant pain. Between Facebook, Instagram and Twitter there are enough issues, then add in all the other popular platforms like Pinterest and LinkedIn and it becomes an overwhelming task that many can’t be bothered tackling.
Holistic, Analytic, and Pragmatic: What is Modern Digital Marketing?
In an age dominated by smartphones, PCs, Macs, and more, it is imperative that you and your business keep at the forefront of the digital frontier. Relevance is more important than ever and keeping up with the digital world can be an exhausting and daunting prospect. What does that really mean though? Find out what […]
www.facebook.com has redirected you too many times This error message is the bane of many social users, page owners and marketers and unfortunately just recently it has started appearing for a large number of people. I have come across this a few times in the past and the issue always seems to present itself when […]
Working from home? In the effort to save lives and push back the effects of the terrible Coronavirus epidemic (COVID-19), the ability to work from home has already made profound impact. If you are fortunate to have the ability to work from home, here are a few tips to help you along. Embrace your surroundings. […]
Whoa controversial title alert. I toned it down a bit from my original Google AMP F#@#@$g Sux opening, which upon reflection, I found wasn't exactly professional when you are trying to attract business to your website. regardless this is an opinion piece and as always, I look forward to discussing the points raised with the […]
WordPress and Squarespace comparison Overview Welcome to the Envisionworks comparison between WordPress and Squarespace. Before we begin lets start with a quick overview of the 2 platforms. Both systems are designed to manage content but each platform has a very different core philosophy at their center. WordPress Overview WordPress is a open source content management […]
Hopefully this helps someone as it was driving me insane for the last few weeks. Every time I clicked the Empty Spam button via WordPress comments it would just redirect me to my website root. Server Error logs, wp_debug produced nothing – no errors or issues of any kind. The WP Super cache emptying Cache […]
Located just off the Bruce Highway at Yandina, Mt Ninderry is a great and relatively easy walk for the whole family. The track up the mountain is 5km long and it takes around 1 hour to reach the summit. The top also has tracks right around giving you almost 360 degree views of the Sunny […]
Updated Date Updated code 14/11/19. This one was doing my head in for a while. I wanted to remove the coupon pagination from the WordPress theme Clipper and most of the suggestions via their forum involved commenting out the pagination function or creating a separate index loop. Crazy stuff, creating separate index files is an […]