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A Day in the life of a Virtual Assistant

Ever wondered what sort of career you can have with the skills gained from a Diploma in Digital Marketing? Jenni Harrison, a featured success story became a Virtual Assistant with a specialty in Digital Marketing. She uses her skills gained from the Digital Marketing Diploma to help businesses with their online marketing. We interviewed Jenni (again) on her job as a Virtual Assistant […]

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How to Convince Your Boss to Pay for Your Digital Marketing Course

Over the last couple of decades, the growth of the internet has steadily been eating away at traditional advertising revenue. For instance, marketing channels like newspaper, magazine, and billboard ads have taken a big hit. It’s safe to say that the marketing landscape has undergone a monumental shift and will never be the same again.   

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How SEO Can Help Grow Your Small Business

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is a term that refers to strategies you use on your business website to improve its rankings in the search engines.    Monitoring and improving on SEO can help small businesses reap many rewards, including:    Improving brand awareness   Attracting more customers   Staying ahead of the competition Longevity   Excellent returns on investment   Keep

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Instagram Stories: Everything You Should Know to Boost Engagement for Your Business

Instagram has more than one billion users on its platform as of January 2021 and 1,950,000 of them are New Zealand users, and that number is only set to increase. Not only is Instagram one of the fastest-growing platforms in the world, but it’s also a powerful tool to advertise your organisation’s services or products while growing

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A Crash Course on using Social Media for Small Business

To use social media for small business effectively, a small business owner should understand the limitations of the platforms and know how to use each to their strengths. For example, focusing on a sales-oriented approach on social platforms will not get you far. However, if you use social media to generate meaningful dialogue, provide support,

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