I’ve been listening to a lot of podcasts on Facebook marketing recently and it’s astounding how complex the platform has become in such a short period of time. The initial Facebook appeal for small business owners was the huge returns on investment. It opened up the world of marketing to the average small business by […]
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I feel like TED talks have a lot to answer for. We live in the age of motivational videos and ‘never give up’ memes. But what if you should give up? What if? To be clear, I have nothing against TED talks but this blog just isn’t one of them. I understand that if you’re […]
“I don’t have enough time.” “I’m always yelling at my kids.” “I can’t charge that much – i’m not worth it.” Sound familiar? Boy oh boy us women are pretty good at beating ourselves up and undervaluing our worth. I often feel like I’m doing everything and nothing well. I constantly beat myself up for […]
I’m not sure if it’s the harassing SEO emails from randoms or fear of the unknown that has business owners burying their head in the sand, but one thing we know for sure is you guys run for the hills when we start talking SEO. And it’s annoying. Because if you own a business you […]
5 ways to grow your business on social media (and not be a Facebook creeper)
When we were invited to take our Social Media & SEO training on tour through the Kimberley we knew we were up for something special. B Directory was built on a mutual love for business and a desire to make a positive impact on as many small businesses as possible. So naturally we jumped on the opportunity.
It’s not all sunshine and roses but at the end of the day we’re a couple of Yes Men and this is meant to be a motivational speech. So we wanted to share with you 6 awesome things we did this year. There was more than 6, but we don’t want to brag.
We’re pretty big on thank you’s, particularly when it comes to your customers. What better way to say thank you, than with client gifting this Christmas.
There is no doubt my values around community and supporting local, stem from being raised on a farm in WA’s wheat belt. But isn’t it just the Aussie way?