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How to bridge the gap between offline and online sales

Mind The Gap – Pt 2 – Bridging The Digital Divide To Increase Profits

In the previous article I discussed the ‘why’ your business needs to bridge the gap between offline and online sales in order to boost bottom line sales. In this article I discuss ‘how’ to do this is simple and practical ways. Be narrow minded Firstly you need to decide what…

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Mind The Gap – Pt 1 – Bridging The Digital Divide To Increase Profits

Mind The Gap If you’ve ever been to London and caught a train on the London Underground you may have seen stencilled on the platform the sign reading “Mind the gap” or heard it echoing over the loud speaker. It was introduced in 1969 as a warning to train passengers…

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A Bit Of Retail Therapy

Our latest Retail Therapy article in the Jan-Feb 2013 edition of Greetings and Gifts magazine is about how using Online Social Media (OSM) can help to skyrocket your sales.   Header image used under Creative Commons – Sjoechem’s Flikr photostream –  http://www.flickr.com/photos/sjoechem/4768940546/sizes/l/in/photostream/

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Top Designers’ Secrets Revealed

There is only a few days left for your chance to get your very own signed copy  of Top Designers’ Secrets Revealed (RRP $29.95) when you take out an annual subscription to Desktop magazine. We teamed up with the good people at Desktop magazine, one of Australia’s leading design magazines,…

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Cards For Men Greeting Cards Featured In Latest Greetings & Gifts

Check Out The Latest Edition of G & G Our Cards For Men ranges of greeting cards have been featured in the January-February 2013 issue of Greetings and Gifts Magazine. Check it out. Contemporary Stylish Mens Greeting Cards Are Here If you look for contemporary and stylish greeting cards that…

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The Lost World

Serendipity Wikipedia describes Serendipity as meaning  a “happy accident” or “pleasant surprise”; specifically, the accident of finding something good or useful while not specifically searching for it. This was the case last weekend in Madagascar. Even in a land where 90% of the forests have been decimated leaving a sea…

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Rainforests Are Crucial To Earth’s Survival

Feeling The Heat With the heatwave we are experiencing I decided yesterday morning to get up early and go up to Springbrook Mountain as a welcoming relief from the heat. Springbrook, even though it is only 900 metres above sea level, is often a few degrees cooler than the Gold…

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In My Wildest Dreams

“In wildness is the preservation of the world.” Henry David Thoreau Over the Christmas break Heidi and I were fortunate enough to take a much needed holiday. This saw us travel through Bangladesh and Northeast India where we were privileged to meet many beautiful people and have new experiences. We…

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Visions of GREENdeur

Madagascar is an incredible island with over 80% of plants and animals found nowhere else on earth. It is also the home of all the lemurs. 90% of the forests have been destroyed and yet it is still one of the world’s hotspots for bio-diversity. The people of Madagascar are…

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