Regardless of the type of business you are in, you are most likely noticing a recent influx of emails from companies like Google and Facebook letting you know about updates to their Privacy settings. This is because the EU’s new
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Building a long-term relationship with your donors takes time and effort, but it is well worth it. If they have donated to your organisation once, they are likely to donate again. The key thing is to keep your NGO top
Welcome to the first in a series of digital advice blogs for non-profits, charities or NGOs. We have started with a general overview, which will be followed by more in depth blogs that take you into specific tools and techniques.
It’s a new year, and you are likely to be in planning mode. If you’re working out marketing budgets for the year, have a quick read – this will give you insight into how businesses benefit from marketing in different
If you run (or work in) the type of business that tends to get a little quieter over the winter months, is there anything you can do about increasing that business? Or is there a worthwhile way you can be
Google Shopping has finally launched in New Zealand. Craig Neville Manning – a computer scientist from New Zealand, invented and released it in 2002. Originally named Froogle, Google Shopping has grown and evolved since then. It started as free product
As a country at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, and a significant distance from most of the world’s markets, New Zealand businesses frequently need to market their goods and services offshore. We seem to start with the perceived “easy