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Hot air can’t bust a housing bubble that doesn’t exist

If I’ve read one story about a possible housing bust in Australia, I’ve read a hundred. by Michael Yardney

12 ways to make the most of the silly season

It’s that time again. The Christmas catalogues start jamming up your letterbox, there’s countdown messages hitting your inbox and you’ve already received your first Christmas party invite. by Michelle Gamble

yesterdayThursday, 30 October 2014

There’s more to networking than social media

Social media has magnified the ability to connect in a more meaningful way than ever before. However, there's still an important place for face-to-face networking. by Fi Bendall

How facilities managers will be able to cut 30% on costs using IT and building information modelling

There was a time when architects, designers and engineers delivered reams of blueprint documentation throughout the design and construction of a building project. by David Markus

How an Australian entrepreneur is using beacon technologies to connect people to spaces

One Aussie entrepreneur is changing how businesses talk to customers with his New York-based startup. by Paul Wallbank

Google Panda search update – why content duplication now damages your search rankings: SEO Video

In last week’s post I mentioned that it felt like there had been a Panda update as well as a Penguin one. Looking back over the data, here’s what happened – and why search rankings for Botox-related sites were stretched a little thin this week. by Jim Stewart

Wednesday, 29 October 2014

The nine website features that make your retail business hum

Here are the key website features you will need if you want to succeed in online retail. by Craig Reardon

There’s only eight weeks until Christmas! How's your marketing campaign looking?

If you haven't done it already, now is the time to start planning and executing your Christmas digital marketing campaign. by Nicole Kersh

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Avoid the pain of a falling Aussie dollar

Advanced planning is the key to handling fluctuation and uncertainty in foreign exchange rates. by Jim Vrondas

The possibility and peril of partnerships

No one can go it alone anymore and when done right partnerships can be great things with the potential to help grow and strengthen your business. The trick is to avoid the peril that comes along with them. by Michel Hogan
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