Integrating Facebook, Radio and other Social Media

Understanding the value of integrating Facebook and other Social Media with radio. Clear Channel Radio, the leading media company in America, with a greater reach than any other radio or television outlet, announced, recently, an enhanced social music listening experience on iHeartRadio that is integrated with Facebook, making it easier for people to discover and […]

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Don’t be suspicious of Facebook Business!

Many business people are somewhat suspicious of Facebook Business! This and other Social Media channels or tools can play and effective part in your total  business communication and marketing strategy. Don’t miss out on the crucial value of digital marketing tools like Facebook for Business. Read more at Social Media in the Digital Marketing Network Increasingly […]

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Into the Great Unknown by John Butler

The most gloriously uncertain finals series of the recent times beckons. After a regular season where only one win and percentage eventually separated the top six sides,  the task of picking winners this week has never been harder. Further complicating the picture is the introduction of this past week’s bye. Theories abound at its potential […]

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5 tax tips to cut end of financial year stress

These simple steps can help make tax a treat instead of a tedious task: There’s a lot to love about tax time. After all, it can mean receiving a welcome tax refund and with our five simple steps you could find tax time is a lot less stressful than you expect. 1. Gather your paperwork […]

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Home Owners Urged to Check and Repair Roof Leaks

Archicentre Director, Robert Caulfield said leaky roof problems can lead to dangerous situations where water can penetrate walls, roof linings, and insulation leading to the growth of mould and deterioration of the home. “If water has entered the home it is important to have the roof checked for broken tiles, rusted iron and damaged flashing […]

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Sorting Contenders from Pretenders

The long cold winter begins, unless you live in Queensland, in which case your footy team is already stuffed anyway. But as the first of the bye weeks beckons, we usually have a firm idea of the serious September contenders. This season, each passing round only serves to muddy the waters. Take ladder leaders North […]

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July Housing & Economic Chart Pack

CoreLogic RP Data have released their monthly housing and economic chart pack for June 2016, using this guide you can find a detailed overview on home values, home sales and the rental market. Home values increased by 1.6% in May 2016 with values 3.6% higher over the three months to May 2016 DOWNLOAD June 2016 […]

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Dockers Sunk, Eddie Wishes He Was Drunk

The measure of a good season is usually told by the up-ended expectations left in its wake. There’s nothing worse than a predictable season. Though Fremantle, Richmond and Collingwood fans might beg to disagree, given their current predicaments. With seven rounds played, the 2016 season shapes as a potential cracker. The measure of a good […]

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Top tips for sealing the deal when buying property

Competition for property remains fierce among homebuyers and investors alike in many capital cities, but, vendors aside, when it comes to buying property there can only be one winner. Desperation from would-be buyers to secure their property of choice is leading many to resort to the contentious early offer, which can be a double-edged sword […]

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The numbers are in – it’s time to refinance

Australian mortgage holders can save money and reach their goals sooner by refinancing. If you’ve been wondering whether to switch home loans but haven’t come to a decision yet, you might be interested in some research findings from the Aussie Home Loans’ Refinancing report*. Commissioned by Aussie to investigate what Australian mortgage holders think about […]

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