Social media is a great innovation allowing businesses to expand their market reach and engage with new audiences. It allows businesses to connect with little or no marketing budget and opens up a new world of business like never before. Read more.
Globally, billions of people use social media every day. It is estimated that by 2018, 2.44 billion people will be using social networks. This figure is up from 970,000 in 2010. Read more.
The reality is, the number of Instagram followers you have is the new currency. But how do you grow your business’s Instagram audience? Read more.
Every major industry is facing digital disruption. Read more.
Given the current role social media plays in both an individual’s and a business’ life, the line between employee conduct at work and home is increasingly being blurred. Read more.
In 2010, Ms Roberts started work with View Launceston Pty Ltd as a real estate agent. After an initial period of employment, Ms Roberts made 18 allegations of bullying against colleagues, the Principal and Co-Director of View, James Bird, and Sales Administrator, Lisa Bird. Read more.
A common question I hear from small businesses about social media is “What should I post or share to increase the engagement on my social media pages?” Read more.
A Harvard University study has shown that one person’s impression of another is 55 per cent based on what they see, 38 per cent on body language, eye contact and body posture, and only 7 per cent on the spoken word. Read more.
Aren’t social media fails the perfect combination of car crash rubber-necking and schadenfreude? You can’t help but stare and feel a bit smug, all at the same time. Until it happens to you. Here’s what to do. Read more.
An insurance manager who used his work-issued laptop computer and phone to download pornography and store a private sex tape will be compensated $10,000 after winning an unfair dismissal case. Read more.
A BMW dealership manager with a history of viewing pornography at work was unfairly sacked for looking up swimsuit models on his computer, the workplace tribunal has ruled. Read more.