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Mt Eden Village Doctors' patient list soars with Tripledash website

Posted by Sarah Gleeson on Jun 16, 2015 10:38:00 AM

TRIPLEDASH AIDS MT EDEN DOCTORS TO DOUBLE THEIR PATIENT LIST.

Before their Tripledash website, Mt Eden Village Doctors had relied on Health Point, a health care directory, as their only form of online activity. Tripledash provided the Mt Eden Village team with an online platform in which to showcase their practice, and the freedom to change text and images when they wanted to.

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Topics: Case Study

Launch of website creates busy Monday for High Performance Cutters

Posted by Sarah Gleeson on Mar 20, 2015 10:47:00 AM

Confident he could offer a better service, Chris Gray started High Performance Cutters to answer the need for a one-on-one concrete cutting service in the Auckland region.

Being a fairly recent business owner, Chris understood that he needed to get online fast. Unable to rely on a database full of existing clients, it was important to get his business in front of construction companies, and home owners.

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Topics: Case Study

Image editing tools for your small business website

Posted by Sarah Gleeson on Sep 29, 2014 11:50:29 AM

As we have discussed in earlier articles, making sure your product images look great is important for any small business. With smaller budgets, it is often the case that professional image editing software is not feasible. Not only that, but it can be difficult to find a team member with the time to learn how to use the program.

There are a number of free image editing tools available to small business websites. These tools allow you to do the basics, like cropping and resizing, as well as some more creative tools like filters, boarders and effects.

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Topics: small business tips

Why your small business website should be listed locally

Posted by Sarah Gleeson on Sep 29, 2014 10:39:08 AM

Listing your small business website in a local directory is an important step in promoting your business. You need to ensure your website can be found easily by your target audience; this means you need to be where they are looking.

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Topics: small business tips

Writing for your small business website

Posted by Sarah Gleeson on Jul 22, 2014 1:37:00 PM

When asked to write about your business on your website, do you stare at the screen, for what seems like hours, with nothing to say? Writing for your website can seem like a daunting task. You can spend hours agonising over each carefully crafted sentence, carefully selecting each word, until you have a perfect piece of writing that is keyword rich, speaks to your reader and gets across your point; only to edit it again and tweak it some more the next day!

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Topics: website design, small business tips, copywriting

Great photos for your business website

Posted by Sarah Gleeson on Jul 21, 2014 5:59:00 PM


A PICTURE PAINTS A THOUSAND WORDS:

Images are an important part of your website. They need to look good to represent your brand well, and make your products look appealing to the purchaser. While using a professional photographer is ideal, it is not always practical or budget friendly.

We've put together some tips on how to produce high quality photos for your small business website.

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Topics: website design, small business tips

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