They say millennials are all about sharing experiences. Extend this to their coupling life and you open an entirely new market for creative dating. Or as we like to call it, #credating. If that’s not yet a thing, it ought to be.
We’re big fans of makeup tutorials; maybe you are, too! These days, any beauty vlogger can become a certified online sensation, simply by discovering something she’s really good at and sharing it with the world. Okay, maybe with the help of a cute little gimmick, but you get the idea.
LinkedIn may not be as popular as Facebook or Instagram, but don’t discount the networking platform just yet. Linked marketing can be valuable in its own right and, like more and more businesses are doing, you need to start paying attention to this social site and the opportunities it can provide.
Remember last year’s data scandal? That massive breach that affected 87 million users worldwide, including some 311,127 Australian accounts? Strangers knew everything about you - from your friends’ names and the movies you like down to your religious beliefs and what you ate last Tuesday.
Location, location, location - in real estate and online, this rule of thumb applies. Someone looking for classes and workshops like yours will invariably go hyperlocal and search by suburb, street, or postal code. And so, here’s the hard truth: If you're not on Google My Business, you don't exist.
What are you doing for Valentine’s Day? As with any other year, merchants are plying the Interwebs with the season’s usuals - you know, flowers, chocolates, lingerie, and their ilk. For those unimpressed by such cliché, it’s easy to wonder, is romance still in the air?