Our next Mailchimp class in Melbourne on the 16th May is now fully booked. We have just scheduled a further training session for the 17th May 2018. Who should attend our Mailchimp classes Our training is ideal for those already sending email marketing using Mailchimp as well as total beginners. … [Read more...] about Mailchimp Class in Melbourne
The Federal Trade Commission in the U.S.A. is requesting comments regarding the CAN-SPAM Act. It has been 14 years since the CAN-SPAM Act was introduced and there is a growing community of ethical marketers, privacy proponents and others questioning the effectiveness of the Act in preventing … [Read more...] about The Spam Act 2003 doesn’t work. Let’s fix it!
We are getting excellent feedback from our Learn to use Mailchimp classes. People are finding the four hour face-to-face training very beneficial in learning the best way to use email marketing to meet their needs. We've had people from Government, charities, startups, small businesses and all other … [Read more...] about Mailchimp Training Classes
Today is one of those work days where I'm catching up on administration; one of the joys of being a small business owner ;) I've noticed recently that some overseas websites seem to be loading slowly so started to investigate. It appears that the Sea-Me-We 3 (South East Asia Middle East Western … [Read more...] about Why websites are slow for Australians
I moved to the Telstra mobile (cell) network (I live in Australia). I was however getting really bad mobile reception at home but managed to find a quick, simple and free fix and now have great reception at home. Before detailing the solution, here is a bit of history. Vodafone to ALDImobile to … [Read more...] about How to fix poor mobile reception, in 10 seconds
There is just such a large variance in the quality and pricing of webhosting. Unfortunately choosing a webhost for most people is a daunting task; IIS or Linux hosting?, cPanel or Plesk?, 5GB disk space or more? and the choices go on and on. I often get asked which webhost people should use for … [Read more...] about In Australia? Where to host your Website.
The title is catchy and strangely enough it's true that my Website visitors increased by about 100 daily instantly. There are hundreds of factors that Google, Bing and other Search Engines take into consideration when ranking where Webpages appear in the Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs). We know … [Read more...] about How I now get 100 more Website visitors per day
Yip, I've recently been tinkering away on my Website and have a whole new design. It was only a few months ago that my Site underwent a thorough revamp but I just wasn't totally happy with the look of the Site (post revamp). I'm a bit obsessive when it comes to how my WordPress Site looks and … [Read more...] about New Look WordPress Website
Just in case anyone else in Australia is having problems accessing some Websites, there has been a 'targeted attack against CloudFlare routers'. I use CloudFlare for DNS hosting and CDN. Various times today I've received messages from Pingdom (who I use to monitor whether my WordPress Site is up or … [Read more...] about Today's Website Problems