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How to get your hashtag to trend

Virality is an art and a science with a huge amount of luck thrown in for good measure - but these guidelines will give your marketing a much greater chance of of going viral. by Gina Lednyak and Dave Bonouvrie
 

Your deepest intentions exposed and for sale

The way we search and terms we use are all insights into our intentions, our feelings and our desired purchases. The big tech giants now know more about us than our family and friends. by Fi Bendall
 

Domain name scams continue to take SMEs for a ride

Don’t let inattention to detail get you burnt. by Craig Reardon
 

Telstra asks small businesses to hand over their Wi-Fi for hot spots

Small businesses will be able to use Telstra’s $100 million national public Wi-Fi network to provide free internet to their customers. by Kirsten Robb
 

The beginner’s guide to small business broadband in Australia

Especially if you aren’t tech savvy, setting up a broadband connection for your first shop or office can be a nightmare. Here’s a handy guide to getting a fixed broadband connection for your business. by Andrew Sadauskas
 

The fine art of spontaneous social networking

A well-timed post on social media can make your cash register ring. by Craig Reardon
 

Why I’m creating a separate profile to conduct business on Facebook

The case for a separate Facebook profile for business use. by Craig Reardon
 

Will the internet of things break the 'break-fix' business model?

A once profitable way of doing business is coming to an end. by Paul Wallbank
 

PayPal launches new campaign helping SMEs improve their digital know-how

Australian small businesses are set to benefit from the third instalment of PayPal’s Driving Business Online campaign, as new research reveals digital literacy among SMEs remains low. by Yolanda Redrup
 

Australian consumers more knowledgeable than ever on privacy

Australians are more knowledgeable than ever about their privacy rights – and businesses are at risk of losing customers if they underestimate just how seriously consumers take their privacy. by Patrick Stafford
 

BEST OF THE WEB: The inside story of how Apple made the iPhone

Ever since Steve Jobs passed away there have been plenty of stories coming out from the Apple woodwork about the entrepreneur and his dedication – bordering on obsession – to his craft. by Patrick Stafford
 

MY BEST TECH: How Gary Ng uses TripIt to keep on top of his travel plans

A clever travel app makes life on the go a lot easier for busy entrepreneur Gary Ng. by Patrick Stafford
 

iPad announcement set for October 22 – what should we expect?

Barely a month after Apple announced two new iPhone models, the tech giant is back again with reports the company will debut new versions of the iPad on October 22. by Patrick Stafford
 

iPad announcement set for October 22 – what should we expect?

Barely a month after Apple announced two new iPhone models, the tech giant is back again with reports the company will debut new versions of the iPad on October 22. by Patrick Stafford
 

A shocking number of Australian internet users aren’t concerned about malware, new ACMA research reveals

More Australians are connected to the internet than ever before, but nearly half of them aren’t concerned about malware or other software infections, new research from the Australian Communications and Media Authority has revealed. by Patrick Stafford
 

BEST OF THE WEB: How BlackBerry met its demise

BlackBerry has nearly met the end of its public life - and an investigative report reveals what exactly went wrong. by Patrick Stafford
 

GADGET WATCH: Samsung Galaxy Gear

The Galaxy Gear is the first smartwatch on the market from a major manufacturer - but is the first version of anything worth a buy? by Patrick Stafford
 

MY BEST TECH: How Michael McKinnon supercharges his timesheets

Michael McKinnon needs to keep track of his timesheets constantly - and a handy app makes sure he never gets overloaded. by Patrick Stafford
 

Google announces Hummingbird algorithm update: How should your business respond?

Google has unleashed yet another of its algorithm updates on the world, but don’t stress out about preparing for the changes – they’ve already arrived. by Patrick Stafford
 
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