5 practical tips to compete online

Article taken from Australian Small Business Comission Blog.
Guest post by Luke Imbong, Inspire Education.
Standing out online can be challenging for small businesses. If you’re thinking of starting your own business (or already have), then you’re probably wondering about this, right?
In today's internet age, your website needs to be easy for search engines to find or you risk missing out on customers and therefore sales. The problem is your competitors are probably doing the same thing. So, how can you standout?
Below are 5 practical tips we’ve learned that may help you get started.

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New small business service starts today

Media Statement from Hon Joe Francis MLAHon Joe Francis MLA

  •     ​$10.7 million over three years for State-wide business advisory service
  •     Small Business Development Corporation initiative

Western Australia's 211,658 small businesses have access to a new, more efficient, advisory service with Business Local up and running from today. 

Small Business Minister Joe Francis said the new service, which replaces the small business centre network, would be delivered by seven organisations to 12 regions covering the State. 

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Business Advisory Service now a regular feature

Small Business Centre Great Southern (SBCGS) is now providing Katanning businesses, and those in the surrounding towns, with regular sessions to discuss their business needs, issues and opportunities. Although a service has always been available, it's been mainly driven by individual demand and offered on a 'when needed' basis.

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Communities benefit from new health projects

Media Statement from Hon Kim Hames MB BS JP MLA and Hon Terry Redman MLA

  • ​Upgrades at Gnowangerup, Kojonup, Lake Grace, Tambellup and Wagin
  • First phase of $108.8 million small hospital and nursing post program
  • Contracts awarded to BGC Constructions Pty Ltd, CPD Group Pty Ltd, Smith Constructions Bunbury, Perkins Builders

Five small but vital hospitals across the southern Wheatbelt and central Great Southern will be the first to benefit from the latest health facility improvements to be delivered by the State Government’s Southern Inland Health Initiative (SIHI). 

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