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When working with Website SEO and keyword tagging a lot of people make simple mistakes that can hurt their sites SEO ranking. There is massive list that could go on for hours of SEO Do’s and Don’ts that a lot of small businesses and website developers that unfortunately fall into the latter category and just can’t seem to work out what they are doing wrong. At Fluidflow Studios we pride ourselves on keeping up with the latest in search engine optimisation practices and tricks. If your website is not ranking well or you just aren’t generating that repeat and consistent business, contact us and we will be more than happy to talk you through the options that are available to you now! or you can visit this article for some basic information about SEO: http://www.wordtracker.com/blog/do-dont
In a recent article titled “Disrupt or Die” written in the Autumn 2015 Edition of Business Connect Magazine they talk to Dr Peter Wilton who is a global expert in disruptive technologies, the article touches on disruptive technologies and their influence in not just business and networking but many everyday processes and pass times that we are involved in as Australian consumers. It touches briefly on what Wilton calls “Showdowns” which are the battles and take overs of traditional technologies and the newer disruptive technologies such as “Uber VS Taxis” and “Apple VS Blackberry” he is very much in favour of the newer disruptive technologies that seem to bring the Australian Business and consumer a superior product that is often cheaper and of easier access. The article gets interesting when it mentions that Australians are among the most stubborn to change their ways. “I have found Australian managers to be significantly more risk averse than their global counterparts. There are many reasons for this, not the least due to the lower level of competition in many Australian industries” – Dr Peter Wilton The goal it seems of disruptive technologies in the Australian market is to provide business owners with a […]
With the ever growing social media giants such as Facebook only getting bigger every day, there is a lot of room for small businesses to jump on the social media advertising band wagon. With over 700 million users worldwide and more than half of Australians now on Facebook and people logging in to update their status about what they ate for lunch every five minutes there is certainly a lot of coverage that Facebook gets to the average Australian. If your business is on Facebook you are already far better off than most small Australian businesses, In conjunction with Twitter, LinkedIn and many other social media applications you can make a long lasting and professional impression to your potential customers about what your business can do. The good thing about social media is it is easily integrated into websites. The social media giants such as Facebook make it easy to integrate your businesses social media profile with your website so that you have a two pronged approach to bringing in repeat and consistent business. For more information about social media advertising and integration contact us at FluidFlow Studios and ask us how you can get started on your way.
We went to CeBIT. Yesterday Kain and John made an appearance at CeBIT Expo at Sydney Olympic Park. There were some great technologies and ideas unveiled and on show. It was a great experience for all and a good chance to network and talk business with some of the leading minds from all over Australia and some brilliant minds from other countries in the IT industry. Kain and John took a few snaps of some of the cooler things to be seen at CeBIT. Scroll down for a closer look:
CeBit Expo is fast approaching and will surely showcase some interesting new technologies this year. It will create a place in which IT based business’ can network and collaborate with each other and share ideas for larger projects and hopefully make dream technologies become a reality. CeBit Expo is being held at Sydney Olympic park from the 5th to the 7th May this year, with a huge range of exhibitors in 14 key show floor categories. The showcases will involve new and innovative technologies, small and big time product launches and of course start up ideas that will become the forefront of technology in the years to come. As always CeBit is about networking and making new business connections but this year they plan on taking it to a whole new level. FluidFlow Studios will be making an appearance and will be walking around touring the show floor. We hope to see you there. For more information please click here to visit CeBit
GOOGLE IS MAKING CHANGES! Google has recently announced that it will be making changes to the way that it’s search engines index websites starting April 21st. These changes are due to effect many Australian businesses due to the way the new search engine algorithms work. The changes being made include the ability of the search engine to differentiate between a website that is responsive or mobile compatible and give preference when searching to sites that have this option. So what does this mean for you and your business? If you have a responsive or mobile compatible website your search engine rankings will likely take preference post April 21, however businesses that have not invested in a mobile compatible or responsive website will likely see a drop in their search engine ranking and a decrease in business enquires via your website. It’s a simple decision to make for your business now. Get Responsive/mobile compatible or Google will Leave You Behind! If your current website is not mobile friendly… Please click here to Contact Us today! click for original article.