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How to Gear up for Great Marketing in 2021

Who better than Maureen Shelley, head of TCC, to give advice on marketing? Maureen has extensive experience helping businesses across the private, non-profit and government sectors achieve their marketing goals.

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A quick and easy introduction to SEO

With this quick introduction, you’ll understand what SEO is, why it’s important, and how to use it to get your website high on Google’s search results.

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Your Checklist for Winning Grants and Tenders

Tenders and grants offer Aussie businesses fantastic funding opportunities. In 2018–19, the Australian Government awarded 78,150 tender contracts worth over $64 billion. And according to an Our Community Innovation Lab

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Creating amazing videos that speak the world of you

In 2019 we made a series of videos for St Michaels, who provide supported accommodation and day activities for Tasmanians with disabilities. The videos were produced for their website, which we also worked on and aimed to give potential clients a glimpse into what St Michaels has to offer.

Going Viral (too soon?!) and other Corona Case Studies

Promotional possibilities during a global pandemic

Grieving the loss of… well just about everything.

Where’s the upside to this coronavirus chaos?

Surprisingly, a few things are emerging, have you noticed?

Slowing down. Simplifying. Seeing friends through new virtual hang-outs.

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Who’s talking about you?

I recently had a baby and was thrown, bump first, into the minefield of prams, cots, car seats and all the other paraphernalia of a newborn. As a new parent, I wanted to buy the safest, best quality products I could find without breaking the bank. It was hard to make the ‘right’ decision. So how did I make a choice? I asked the greatest of all resources. No, not Google – other people.