Businesses should consider adopting flexible workplace arrangements
Business

Businesses should consider adopting flexible workplace arrangements

By On September 17, 2020

Businesses working from home due to social distancing restrictions can take the opportunity to learn from the experience and consider new work structures coming out of COVID-19. This could mean increased flexibility… Read More

Reframe your failures
Entrepreneurship

Reframe your failures

By On September 17, 2020

Starting and running a business is a lot of work. There are a lot of times when you need to try different things, some work and others don’t. When you’re putting so… Read More

Finding help for your finances during the pandemic
Individuals

Finding help for your finances during the pandemic

By On September 17, 2020

You might have written off financial counselling services as something you don’t need and can probably do yourself before. But with the current financial climate, policies continually changing, and employment status constantly… Read More

Why invest into property now rather than later
Property

Why invest into property now rather than later

By On September 17, 2020

Although the current situation has largely impacted many industries badly, the property market has remained mostly afloat. Other than Melbourne, the property market in major cities is restabilising quickly. The situation in… Read More

Why you need to focus on transparency
Technology

Why you need to focus on transparency

By On September 17, 2020

Spreading misinformation and fake news has become all too easy right now because of social media. How easily social media facilitates deception has meant that being transparent is really important. A survey,… Read More

Super

Getting on top of your SMSF during divorce

By On September 17, 2020

Running an SMSF under regular circumstances comes with enough compliance obligations as it is. Adding divorce or separation into the equation can raise even more legal and tax issues that need to… Read More

The nitty gritty of dealing with self education expense deductions
Tax

The nitty gritty of dealing with self-education expense deductions

By On September 17, 2020

Individuals upskilling and educating themselves during these down times may be eligible to claim a deduction for their self-education expenses. The deductions apply to self-education activities that are directly related to an… Read More

Jobseeker cuts could achieve opposite of what is intended
Economy

Jobseeker cuts could achieve opposite of what is intended

By On September 17, 2020

Australia has been performing fairly well compared to other countries around the globe, but with news of Jobseeker potentially being cut down – from the 25th of September – that could quickly… Read More

The critical steps to a successful partnership
Business

The critical steps to a successful partnership

By On September 10, 2020

It is a tall order to ask for a business owner to manage everything alone, much less lead their business into success. This is why many successful businesses are born from partnerships.… Read More

Readapting to working from the office
People

Readapting to working from the office

By On September 10, 2020

As businesses are looking to bring their employees back into work, it is important to ensure that your workstyle practices allow you to seamlessly integrate into working from the office. Try adopting… Read More

How CGT applies to deceased estates
Property

How CGT applies to deceased estates

By On September 10, 2020

As the saying goes, there are only two things certain in life: death and taxes. Dealing with a deceased estate means facing both. Beneficiaries or legal representatives of a deceased estate will… Read More

Division 7A and private loans
Tax

Division 7A and private loans

By On September 10, 2020

It is not uncommon for businesses to provide loans to shareholders or associates of a company. However, business owners should know the conditions that their loan must satisfy under Division 7A, to… Read More

Avoiding SMSF disputes
Super

Avoiding SMSF disputes

By On September 10, 2020

One of the benefits of SMSFs is the amount of control you have from managing it yourself. However, self-management can leave room for disputes among related parties, especially when family members are… Read More

ABS update annual wage growth in June quarter 2020
Economy

ABS update: annual wage growth in June quarter 2020

By On September 3, 2020

The ABS reports that the seasonally adjusted Wage Price Index (WPI) rose 0.2 per cent in the June quarter of 2020, and 1.8 per cent throughout the year. This was recorded to… Read More

Smart ways to plan your retirement funds
Individuals

Smart ways to plan your retirement funds

By On September 3, 2020

One in two Australians retire earlier than planned due to unexpected circumstances like illness. By identifying your projected retirement position and your retirement goals, you can develop strategies that ensure you have… Read More

Cyber security tips for your business
Uncategorized

Cyber security tips for your business

By On September 3, 2020

COVID has prompted businesses to go digital, making cyberattacks an easy job for scammers. Small businesses are especially at risk because of the lack of resources to purchase high security tools and… Read More

Dealing with work related anxiety
People

Dealing with work-related anxiety

By On September 3, 2020

Studies have shown that while only 9% of individuals have a diagnosed anxiety disorder, 40% experience ongoing stress or anxiety in their daily lives. For many, work can be the source of… Read More

Tips to retaining your customers
Business

Tips to retaining your customers

By On September 3, 2020

Acquiring new customers can often be simpler than retaining existing customers. However, loyal customers give your business a higher chance of succeeding. Unhappy customers stop doing business with you, negatively affecting your… Read More

Super

Tax implications of exceeding super contributions

By On September 3, 2020

A great way to grow your retirement savings is by making regular contributions to your super fund. However, there are limits to extra contributions which when exceeded, may be subject to additional… Read More

FBT exemption for emergency assistance
Tax

FBT exemption for emergency assistance

By On September 3, 2020

Businesses that provide benefits to employees during an emergency situation are likely to have assistance costs be exempt from fringe benefits tax (FBT). It is worthwhile to know what kinds of benefits… Read More

What to consider before refinancing your home loan
Property

What to consider before refinancing your home loan

By On August 27, 2020

As interest rates drop to historic lows, a growing number of homeowners today are considering refinancing their home loans. Refinancing is the process of replacing your current loan with a newer one,… Read More

Black hat strategies that can damage your website
Web

Black hat strategies that can damage your website

By On August 27, 2020

Every business owner is looking to get their business noticed on the search engine results page (SERP). There are various SEO tactics that can be used to get a higher ranking for… Read More

Avoiding mortgage default
Money

Avoiding mortgage default

By On August 27, 2020

As individuals struggle with cash flow through the coronavirus, the Australian Bankers Association records that repayments on almost 500,000 mortgages have been deferred for six months. While repayments can be delayed, they… Read More

Optimising budget for digital marketing campaigns
Business

Optimising budget for digital marketing campaigns

By On August 27, 2020

Maximising returns on investments is the primary goal for every business owner who invests in a marketing campaign for their brand. Learning how to properly test and troubleshoot your budget according to… Read More

Tax

Changes to JobKeeper eligibility

By On August 27, 2020

The Government has introduced additional changes to JobKeeper to help more businesses qualify for the relief payments. One of the key changes was moving the relevant date of employment for an eligible… Read More

Evaluating the risks of business
Entrepreneurship

Evaluating the risks of business

By On August 27, 2020

Entrepreneurs are faced with constant challenges and decisions that often involve taking risks. While risk-taking can be a necessary part of running a new business, entrepreneurs need to make informed and thoughtful… Read More

What to consider when consolidating your super
Super

What to consider when consolidating your super

By On August 27, 2020

The ATO reported that 45% of working Australians were not aware that they had multiple super accounts in 2016. Having multiple super accounts is particularly common for individuals who have had more… Read More

Building generational wealth for your family
Individuals

Building generational wealth for your family

By On August 20, 2020

Building wealth to pass down as inheritance can give your family a strong financial advantage for decades after your death. Inherited wealth can help families make investments in education or property, without… Read More

Efficient website migration
Uncategorized

Efficient website migration

By On August 20, 2020

Having a strong digital presence has now become a basic part of running a business. Business owners are investing time and resources into developing and upgrading their websites. An important thing to… Read More

Making safer workspaces
People

Making safer workspaces

By On August 20, 2020

As employees return to office spaces, there is a growing concern as to how employees can protect themselves at work. It is crucial that employers carefully plan their work spaces to minimise… Read More

Creating a business contingency plan
Business

Creating a business contingency plan

By On August 20, 2020

When business is going well, it can be easy to procrastinate planning for the bad times. However, preparing for disaster before it strikes by having a contingency plan can be the key… Read More

Super

What is an SMSF auditor and what do they do?

By On August 20, 2020

Self-managed super fund (SMSF) trustees are required to appoint an ATO-approved SMSF auditor no later than 45 days before lodging their SMSF annual return. An SMSF auditor is a professional who assesses… Read More

CGT rollover when transferring assets in a divorce
Tax

CGT rollover when transferring assets in a divorce

By On August 20, 2020

Transferring the ownership of assets from one party to another may attract CGT. However, in the event that a change in ownership occurs due to the breakdown of a relationship, you may… Read More

What to consider when developing a sales strategy plan
Business

What to consider when developing a sales strategy plan

By On August 13, 2020

A successful sales strategy plan will provide your business with clear priorities, goals, and outcomes that can help you increase sales. Outline your mission and goalsWhat’s your business’ mission statement? What are… Read More

Survival strategies for small businesses
Entrepreneurship

Survival strategies for small businesses

By On August 13, 2020

Business owners may find that innovation has been dull because of the social and economic impacts of the current situation. If your business is going through a damp sales period, it can… Read More

ABS Update Businesses struggle to fill job vacancies
Economy

ABS Update: Businesses struggle to fill job vacancies

By On August 13, 2020

The ABS has released information reporting the nature of impacts due to COVID-19 for businesses within Australia. One of the key insights into workforce difficulties that businesses are currently facing is filling… Read More

How to make your website accessible
Web

How to make your website accessible

By On August 13, 2020

The key goal for all business websites is to attract as many visitors as possible. However, not many business owners remember to cater their website to those with special needs and disabilities.… Read More

Buying property through your SMSF
Super

Buying property through your SMSF

By On August 13, 2020

Using SMSFs to buy property has become increasingly popular among Australians in recent years, particularly since it became possible for SMSFs to borrow money to fund a direct property purchase. Residential property… Read More

Tax

What is a TPAR and do you need to lodge one?

By On August 13, 2020

The Taxable Payments Annual Report (TPAR) is an industry-specific report through which businesses inform the ATO of the total payments made to contractors for services in that financial year. This information is… Read More

Applying for small business income tax concessions
Tax

Applying for small business income tax concessions

By On August 5, 2020

Businesses looking to save on tax for the financial year may consider applying for income tax concessions. Businesses classified as a small business entity are eligible for income tax concessions. Since 1… Read More

How to select a default fund for your business
Super

How to select a default fund for your business

By On August 5, 2020

Business owners might be required to select a default fund for employees when they do not want to nominate their own superannuation funds. Funds should meet specific requirements that are stated as… Read More

Growing your business with referrals
Business

Growing your business with referrals

By On August 5, 2020

‘Word-of-mouth’ referrals may seem like an outdated concept in today’s digital age of online reviews, but a few credible and positive opinions can still go a long way when it comes to… Read More

How to avoid hiring the wrong person
People

How to avoid hiring the wrong person

By On August 5, 2020

There is a growing demand for new employees as businesses open their doors again. However, a bad hire can damage the reputation of your business, impact the work environment and may force… Read More

Improving your marketing strategy with a chatbot
Technology

Improving your marketing strategy with a chatbot

By On August 5, 2020

Interactive and artificial intelligence technologies such as chatbots are becoming increasingly popular alternatives to human labour in modern business-running techniques. Incorporating a chatbot into your website may be beneficial to your existing… Read More

Individuals

Are you prepared for illness?

By On August 5, 2020

Individuals with chronic diseases or who are at higher risk of illness may have already considered planning for illness. However, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, preparing for illness can be useful… Read More

ABS Update CPI fell 1.9 per cent in the June 2020 quarter
Economy

ABS Update: CPI fell 1.9 per cent in the June 2020 quarter

By On August 5, 2020

In the latest release from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), the Consumer Price Index (CPI) fell 1.9 per cent in the June 2020 quarter, the largest quarterly fall in the history… Read More

JobKeeper to be extended
Business

JobKeeper to be extended

By On July 30, 2020

The Australian Government has announced that JobKeeper payments will be extended for a further six months after the initial 28 September 2020 deadline. However, the extended JobKeeper program will have substantial payment… Read More

How to use free samples to grow your business
Entrepreneurship

How to use free samples to grow your business

By On July 30, 2020

Making a good first impression is key to establishing yourself in an industry and securing the interest of your potential clients and investors. The easiest way to get your foot in the… Read More

What to consider when protecting your finances after separation
Individuals

What to consider when protecting your finances after separation

By On July 30, 2020

Dealing with the mental stress and emotional lows at the end of a relationship is never easy, let alone taking on complicated and tedious administrative tasks such as managing your finances. However,… Read More

How well are you using your email list
Web

How well are you using your email list?

By On July 30, 2020

Every business owner’s dream is a marketing strategy that is highly efficient while still being cost-effective. Email marketing is one such strategy that has seen a huge return on investment for businesses.… Read More

Getting your money back from late paying customers
Money

Getting your money back from late-paying customers

By On July 30, 2020

Businesses can be heavily impacted by customers who cannot, or simply will not pay when payment is due. A single unpaid invoice can cause issues, and the longer this debt is left… Read More

Super

How to avoid SMSF disputes

By On July 30, 2020

Self-managed super funds (SMSF) can be vulnerable to disputes, especially when family members are involved. SMSF disputes may be caused by a number of reasons such as relationship breakdowns, (common in funds… Read More

What types of income do you need to include in your business’ tax return
Tax

What types of income do you need to include in your business’ tax return?

By On July 30, 2020

Due to changing economic circumstances, businesses may be receiving income from sources they have never received from, and may be unaware of their tax implications. In the event that they are listed… Read More

Common tax mistakes that businesses make
Tax

Common tax mistakes that businesses make

By On July 23, 2020

Meeting tax obligations as a business owner can be stressful and potentially expensive if done wrong. Certain mistakes warrant severe action, so you can expect the ATO to take a closer look… Read More

What circumstances permit early access to your super
Super

What circumstances permit early access to your super?

By On July 23, 2020

Early access to your superannuation is permitted under a few limited circumstances outlined by the ATO. In the case that you are experiencing financial struggle and would like to withdraw from your… Read More

What is the criteria for a complying loan agreement
Legal

What is the criteria for a complying loan agreement?

By On July 23, 2020

Private companies may be incentivised to make loans to a shareholder or their associate during the income year in an effort to save on income tax. In order to remedy any inequities… Read More

The Government introduces JobTrainer and wage subsidies
Business

The Government introduces JobTrainer and wage subsidies

By On July 23, 2020

The Government has introduced a $2 billion JobTrainer scheme, which aims to help businesses train or re-skill workers in Australian industries of high demand. What is JobTrainer? The new scheme will create… Read More

People

How to build a successful virtual team

By On July 23, 2020

As the pandemic pushes businesses to run their usual operations online, it can be hard to make sure that your virtual teams are working efficiently and productively. Here are some tips to… Read More

How well are you using your data
Technology

How well are you using your data?

By On July 23, 2020

Data analytics is a powerful tool that makes headlines almost every day. Its benefits cannot be overstated as it continues to transform businesses and the way we view information. Most businesses already… Read More

Have you considered the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme
Property

Have you considered the First Home Loan Deposit Scheme?

By On July 23, 2020

First home buyers could save as much as $10,000 under the new First Home Loan Deposit Scheme (FHLDS) introduced by the Government in January this year. Saving a deposit to purchase your… Read More

ABS update Australia records a trade surplus in May 2020
Economy

ABS update: Australia records a trade surplus in May 2020

By On July 16, 2020

Australia has recorded a trade surplus of $8,025 million in May 2020, $195 million up from April 2020’s surplus in balance of trade and goods. In seasonally adjusted terms, goods and services… Read More

Are you charging enough for your product
Entrepreneurship

Are you charging enough for your product?

By On July 16, 2020

The bill you charge for your services can often make or break client relationships. Pricing is one of the most influential factors that encourage customers to buy your product. This calls for… Read More

The benefits of cloud computing
Web

The benefits of cloud computing

By On July 16, 2020

Due to COVID-19, organisations are coming to the realisation that web technology is essential to today’s business-running. Out of the more common types of web technologies, cloud computing has emerged as the… Read More

Money

How can you fund your business?

By On July 16, 2020

Turning an idea into a business requires money, and securing this stable funding is not easy. Businesses have a variety of innovative funding options today, but before you pick one, you may… Read More

Changes to business practices and TPAR
Business

Changes to business practices and TPAR

By On July 16, 2020

COVID-19 has forced businesses to adapt their practices to cater for social distancing measures and sanitary precautions. As a result, many businesses have taken on contractors to assist with these changes. Businesses… Read More

Tax deductible super contributions
Super

Tax-deductible super contributions

By On July 16, 2020

Individuals may be able to claim tax deductions for personal superannuation contributions they make. Personal super contributions are made after-tax, not to be confused with the pre-tax contributions made by employers. This… Read More

Amending fringe benefits tax return and updated exemptions
Tax

Amending fringe benefits tax return and updated exemptions

By On July 16, 2020

The Government has updated fringe benefits tax (FBT) exemptions to include travel in ride-sourcing vehicles under the existing taxi travel exemption. In the case that your business has been providing employees with… Read More

Are you eligible for the small business income tax offset
Tax

Are you eligible for the small business income tax offset?

By On July 9, 2020

The small business income tax offset can be used to reduce the tax you pay by up to $1,000 a year. Also known as the unincorporated small business tax discount, the offset… Read More

Debt financing vs equity financing
Business

Debt financing vs equity financing

By On July 9, 2020

Gathering funding is a challenge that almost all business owners face at some point. Financing can come in two forms – debt financing and equity financing. Debt financing is money that you… Read More

The benefits of hiring older workers
People

The benefits of hiring older workers

By On July 9, 2020

Increasing life expectancy and late retirements mean that businesses need to be ready to welcome more mature-aged workers into their organisation. Workers aged 50 and over are often overlooked by hiring managers,… Read More

What are the benefits of programmatic advertising
Technology

What are the benefits of programmatic advertising?

By On July 9, 2020

Programmatic advertising is the automation of the buying and selling of online advertising while cutting out third-party publishers. While a costly investment, programmatic advertising is a rising competitor to traditional channels of… Read More

Diversifying your investment portfolio
Individuals

Diversifying your investment portfolio

By On July 9, 2020

As a result of recent increased volatility within the stock market, investors are looking to diversify their portfolios, minimise risk and maximise opportunity. For those investors looking for something new, here are… Read More

Super

Tax on super death benefits for dependants vs non-dependants

By On July 9, 2020

A super death benefit is the super paid after a person’s death, usually to a nominated beneficiary. These benefits are subject to different tax treatments, depending on whether the beneficiaries are dependant… Read More

ABS update largest fall in job vacancies on record
Economy

ABS update: largest fall in job vacancies on record

By On July 9, 2020

Job vacancies in Australia fell by 43 per cent over the May 2020 quarter, seasonally adjusted. This marked the largest quarterly decrease in job vacancies on record, based on surveys over the… Read More

What is petroleum resource rent tax
Tax

What is petroleum resource rent tax?

By On July 2, 2020

Companies that are interested in a petroleum project may have lodgement, reporting and payment obligations under the petroleum resource rent tax (PRRT). According to the ATO, a petroleum project exists if a… Read More

Starting a business during an economic downturn
Entrepreneurship

Starting a business during an economic downturn

By On July 2, 2020

With unemployment rates rising around the world, many individuals are creating their own opportunities by starting their own businesses. For individuals who are confident in their business idea and are ready to… Read More

How to make your marketing emails stand out
Web

How to make your marketing emails stand out

By On July 2, 2020

Email marketing is becoming an increasingly popular way for businesses to reach their customers. However, this means it’s likely that customers are also getting marketing emails from a range of other companies… Read More

Applying for the First Home Buyer Assistance scheme
Property

Applying for the First Home Buyer Assistance scheme

By On July 2, 2020

Individuals looking to purchase their first home may be entitled to an exemption from paying transfer duty, or a concessional rate of transfer duty under the First Home Buyer Assistance scheme (FHBAS).… Read More

Money

What are the different types of cashless payment methods?

By On July 2, 2020

In an effort to minimise physical contact during the global pandemic, most businesses are making the switch to cashless payments. While contactless credit cards and mobile wallet applications remain the most common… Read More

COVID 19 factors to remember when filing your tax return
Tax

COVID-19 factors to remember when filing your tax return

By On July 2, 2020

The end of the financial year has rolled around again, but this time, COVID-19 may affect the way you fill out your tax return. The ATO has released a range of methods… Read More

Do you need to lodge a transfer balance account report
Super

Do you need to lodge a transfer balance account report?

By On July 2, 2020

Self-managed super funds (SMSF) may be required to lodge a transfer balance account (TBA) report by 28 July 2020 in the case of a TBA event. A TBA report will need to… Read More

How to keep employees safe as they return to the workplace
Business

How to keep employees safe as they return to the workplace

By On July 2, 2020

Enforcing health precautions is an essential step to creating a safe workplace and giving your employees peace of mind, especially during the current pandemic. Businesses looking to invite their employees back into… Read More

Keeping your business software up to date
Technology

Keeping your business software up to date

By On June 25, 2020

Outdated software can put your business at risk of hackers, viruses and malware. Keeping your software up to date can not only protect your devices from these threats, but also ensure that… Read More

Separation and property settlement
Individuals

Separation and property settlement

By On June 25, 2020

Separating from your partner is a painful process, and the legal and financial paperwork that comes with separation may be the last thing you want to deal with. However, it is important… Read More

How to recruit the right employee for your business
People

How to recruit the right employee for your business

By On June 25, 2020

As unemployment rates rise and more individuals compete for the same job, businesses with open positions may find themselves flooded with job applications and potential candidates. With so many individuals applying for… Read More

What to consider before opening another business location
Business

What to consider before opening another business location

By On June 25, 2020

Expanding your business to open in multiple locations can offer more opportunities and profitability. However, managing one location can be challenging enough, so it is crucial to examine and prepare for the… Read More

Legal

Modified provisions for virtual business meetings you need to be aware of

By On June 25, 2020

Businesses moving towards online operations (temporarily or permanently) need to be aware of the Government’s modified provisions concerning virtual meetings and the electronic signing of company documents. These modified provisions in the… Read More

Carrying on a business in an SMSF
Super

Carrying on a business in an SMSF

By On June 25, 2020

Self-managed super funds can carry on a business providing the business is allowed under the trust deed and operated for the sole purpose of providing retirement benefits for fund members. Carrying on… Read More

Cars and taxes for 2020 21 financial year
Tax

Cars and taxes for 2020-21 financial year

By On June 25, 2020

New car threshold amounts will be implemented from 1 July 2020. Understanding the new thresholds and how they may affect your small business operations and vehicle usage will be important in preparing… Read More

ABS Update 0.3 fall in GDP in the March quarter
Economy

ABS Update: 0.3% fall in GDP in the March quarter

By On June 18, 2020

The Australian Gross Domestic Product (GDP) fell 0.3% in seasonally adjusted, chain volume terms in the March quarter 2020. In addition, growth has slowed to 1.4% through the year, according to figures… Read More

Developing a robust supply chain
Entrepreneurship

Developing a robust supply chain

By On June 18, 2020

Having a resilient supply chain is fundamental to a successful business, especially in the context of our current economic crisis. Start-ups developing their supply chains should be mindful of future crises and… Read More

Tips to building an engaging website
Web

Tips to building an engaging website

By On June 18, 2020

A simple yet often overlooked method of improving your business is to build an engaging website. Many business websites act as a product information dump rather than an avenue to attract clients… Read More

How to prevent bad debts from your clients
Money

How to prevent bad debts from your clients

By On June 18, 2020

Running a business is challenging enough, and having to deal with bad debts can add an unneeded layer of stress for you and your team. The easiest way to handle bad debts… Read More

Business

Why businesses should consider flexible workplace arrangements

By On June 18, 2020

Businesses working from home due to social distancing restrictions can take the opportunity to learn from the experience and consider new work structures coming out of COVID-19. This could mean increased flexibility… Read More

Transferring a business property into your SMSF
Super

Transferring a business property into your SMSF

By On June 18, 2020

Employers with a self-managed super fund (SMSF) looking to protect their business assets can consider transferring their business real property into their SMSF. Transferring business property into your SMSF is useful to… Read More

Tax implications for landlords through COVID 19
Tax

Tax implications for landlords through COVID-19

By On June 17, 2020

Property investors may have a number of tenants that have temporarily paused their rent payments or are not paying the full amount of rent owed due to being impacted by COVID-19. Regardless… Read More

How to interact with people at networking events
People

How to interact with people at networking events

By On June 11, 2020

Approaching strangers at networking events can seem intimidating, but shying away from interaction means you could be missing out on some great business opportunities. Here are some ways you can comfortably approach… Read More

ABS update employment falls by 594300
Economy

ABS update: employment falls by 594,300

By On June 11, 2020

The ABS has reported that seasonally adjusted employment has fallen by 594,300 between March and April. The unemployment rate increased by one percent from 5.2 percent to 6.2 percent, with an additional… Read More

Implementing a recession investment strategy
Individuals

Implementing a recession investment strategy

By On June 11, 2020

As the world braces for an economic recession, now is the time to transition into an investment strategy which is accommodating to current economic conditions. Implementing a recession investment strategy will not… Read More

What to think about when creating a digital marketing strategy
Technology

What to think about when creating a digital marketing strategy

By On June 11, 2020

It’s becoming clear that posting on social media can be a beneficial aspect of business marketing, however, it’s important to go further than just posting on Instagram every now and then. One… Read More

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