How to Remove Stories from the Top of Your Facebook Feed Well, theoretically you can’t actually remove this useless and annoying new feature, but you can certainly reduce it so you don’t accidentally click on the wrong stuff when scrolling. There is a feature that allows you to “mute” stories. This essentially removes them from… Continue reading How to Remove Stories from the Top of Your Facebook Feed
Recently, several of my clients have received the following domain scam email claiming to be from an Australian company called DNS Australia. From: William | DNS Australia <email@example.com> Sent: Thursday, 20 June 2019 10:03 AM To: Info <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Your domain name has been claimed Dear Sir/Madam, We have received a request for the registration… Continue reading DOTinfo email scam warning
Dealing with Negatives – Social Media Management Businesses and public figures can both be affected by social media, for good or ill. The first thing to recognise is that no matter how small you are, you can’t simply ignore social media because it certainly won’t ignore you. Anyone serious about dealing with the public simply… Continue reading Social Media Management – Responding to Negatives
People Use Mobile and Desktop Devices in Different Ways 85% of people say mobile devices are a central part of their everyday life, so obviously your website needs to be RESPONSIVE to perform well on the tiny screen. However, the way people use their mobile is quite different to how they use a desktop PC.… Continue reading People Use Mobile and Desktop Devices in Different Ways
If you plan to market your business via social media, it is important to know where to spend the majority of your time and effort. Today, the 2 big players vying for business marketing are Facebook and Instagram. Facebook is by far the bigger, with an estimated 1.1 billion visitor every month compared to Instagram… Continue reading Facebook or Instagram – Which is Best for My Business?
Click-Bait is the term used for those annoying headlines that promise something amazing, but lack any substance when you follow the link. Examples include: You will never look at ice-cream the same way again when you see this! He called the police – but it was the next call that really turned things around! He… Continue reading Deadly Click-Bait
And now for some SEO tips… SEO is an acronym for “search engine optimisation” or “search engine optimiser”. A decent website design will include SEO as part of the building process. This is NOT a service you should expect to pay extra for when you first build your website. However, if you have an existing… Continue reading SEO Tips – Don’t fall for an SEO scam
It doesn’t matter how small your initial idea is, it may grow. A great website does not need to be expensive. Done right, you can begin with a small, simple site, and add on features as your business grows. Call me on 8339 5728 to discuss how a website can help your business to grow… Continue reading Nothing too small
Once upon a time, everyone had the same size computer screen. Remember those big, heavy, box shaped things that sat on every desk? Back then, web design was simple. If the site I made looked good on my screen, it looked good on everyone’s screen. Then along came laptops, mini-laptops, mobile phones, smart phones and… Continue reading Does My Website Look Big in This? Responsive Websites
Why do people ask you to copy & paste Facebook posts rather than sharing? If you use Facebook, then you will have seen these posts which end with “copy & paste, don’t share”. Usually they relate to something that tugs at your heart strings, or it might be political or religious. You read the post… Continue reading Why do people ask you to copy & paste Facebook posts rather than sharing?