The Internet space is growing by leaps and bounds and it gives you an opportunity to learn new things, explore new business avenues, connect with people with similar interests and network and grow your connections. It's a great way of building a presence in a marketplace that is becoming increasingly competitive with every passing day.
The one way an individual or business can build credibility, is to become a thought leader and spread the knowledge you have, via social media and blogging on a regular basis, is the one way of achieving this. There are a number of avid bloggers in the business world, and entrepreneurs who are just spreading their wings can pick up a number of ideas and tips by reading their blogs. Here are 10 Australian blogs that are a must-read:
This is the one-stop-blog for all things related to digital marketing. You will find "how-to" guides as well as templates on how you can use using social media. There are regular podcasts as well guest posts from various digital marketing experts. Adam Franklin & Toby Jenkins are the founders of Bluewire Media.
The issue of mental health is quite a massive one in small business. Operating a business is no cakewalk and this blog provides honest insights into how a business can be run. When you read this blog, you realise that in order to be successful entrepreneur, you must learn how to embrace success & failure
This blog by Keely Malady's is a collection of very honest interviews as well amazing photographs of various small business owners who also have big hearts. It features individuals and businesses that Malady admires and loves. It profiles a number of different entrepreneurs & asks questions about inspirations, successes and failures.
It's written by Cliff Sanderson and includes advice and useful tips on various factors of corporate insolvency & liquidation; such as the personal liability of the company directors as well as common misconceptions about any voluntary administrations. This blog also has regular updates on different companies that are collapsing in Australia.
The objective of this blog is to voice "the real story" behind lives of different startup founders. It's an amazingly honest blog and Campbell is candid in her portrayal about what the life of a startup can be. She talks about moral challenges as well as issues such a gender diversity in a business.
This blog is dedicated to everything related to copywriting. It's full of very handy tips and even veteran wordsmiths can find something useful here. According to Belinda Weaver, the author & copywriting consultant of Copywrite Matters- when you use the right words they help motivate action and superb copyright is a lot about action.
She is the founder of the experience gift-website Red Balloon & a previous SmartCompany blogger. Simson's motivational & part-practical business advice is useful for many entrepreneurs. She also has excellent advice for budding entrepreneurs.
This fun & accessible blog is full of tips & ideas to improve a company's presence on social media. Donna Moritz is the author – She is a social media strategist based in Queensland and is a visual marketing specialist too.
This blog is managed by Stephen Koukoulas- who has over two and a half decades of experience as an economist. He has also been the chief economist at 2 major banks & was an economic adviser to Julia Gillard, the former prime minister. His posts delve into various recent economic data--releases as well as government policy changes and are particularly insightful.
This blog can be used by small business owners who don't have their own HR team. They can keep themselves updated about the current occupational health & safety issues. It covers latest law cases & decisions related to OH&S as well as workers compensation and has the best books & research in the field.
These blogs have thousands of regular visitors who know that they will be able to find the information, tips and advice they are looking for, which will help them optimise their business workings and profitability. Thanks for reading, MaxMyProfit Corporate Australia (02) 9111 5000