As presented to the Biznet Women In Business Program People are always advising us that the best way to build your business is to get out and network. You’ve taken that advice literally, selected a networking function and now you’re wondering how to get the most out of the event? Here’s 12 great tips on how to achieve networking success, right from your very first meeting. 1. Set a realistic >>>
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  Recently, I find myself working with many clients who are planning website content. One of my main observations of the process is that clients generally have a good feel for what they want to say on their site. They just aren’t aware of the possibilities of what the website could actually DO for their business. Most clients want the standard features on their websites: Home About Services Blog Contact L >>>
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You all get the idea – you need to send more material out into cyberspace to increase your online popularity and increase your sales. But what do you say when you get there? Here are my 10 top tips for the day (well, it started out as 8, but quickly grew to 10!): 1.Work out who your target audience is Don’t just write a whole heap of words for the sake of it. There’s an old saying if you aim at n >>>
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Congratulations to our clients on their achievements at the Blue Mountains Business Awards 2010. This year’s competition was tougher than ever. Feeddback from the awards submission process is starting to trickle in. I certainly don’t envy the judges who have a tough role in assessing the tremendous merits shared amongst the fabulous business talent in the Blue Mountains. Best tips: Start gathering stori >>>
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We are very proud of our dear clients who have just won their national industry award following the presentation we prepared on their behalf. They have been nominated from within their industry for a national award in the past, but given the high pressure of their daily workload, it is not surprising the submissions they were writing on their own behalf weren’t quite getting past that finalist stage. Their se >>>
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