Archive of ‘Business’ category

Your Guide to Creating a Website

Your Guide for Creating a Website

Following on from our article Why It’s Time to Move on from Facebook, I highlighted the importance of selling your products via a website and using social media to direct traffic to your website. In this post I discuss things you need to consider when creating your own website. Creating a website requires a fair amount of planning […] Read more…

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Mum in Business: Belinda from Kidz Bitz

Name: Belinda Business: Kidz Bitz   Kidz Bitz Website Kidz Bitz on Facebook Kidz Bitz on G+ Kidz Bitz on Twitter Kidz Bitz on Pinterest   Short Bio about yourself and business: I’m mum to Blake (12), Ella (4 1/2), Riley (3) and Kayla (18months) and married to Wade. I run Kidz Bitz from home […] Read more…

Mum in Business: Tracy from Squoodles

Mum in Business: Tracy from Squoodles

Name:  Tracy Morgan Business:  Squoodles Squoodles Store Squoodles Facebook Squoodles Twitter Squoodles Pinterest   Short Bio about yourself and business: I’m a mum to Daniel 3 1/2 and Jayden 21mo, and also the owner of Squoodles. Squoodles is an online store with a strong focus on Educational Toys and Gifts for Children, launched in May […] Read more…

Managing your Family and Work

One of the biggest challenge any work from home parent faces is juggling kids with business.  It’s a question I get asked a lot “how do I do it?”.  It all comes down to juggling, being flexible but also having a clear and realistic plan of what needs to be done each day – including […] Read more…

February Featured Business: Incy Wincy

Mum in Business: Alison from Incy Wincy

Name: Alison King Business: Incy Wincy Incy Wincy Store Incy Wincy Facebook Incy Wincy Pinterest Incy Winy Instagram Short Bio about yourself and business: I’m mum to Axel, who is two this month. Married to Casey. We live in Rotorua and decided to start Incy Wincy when my maternity leave was running out. Incy Wincy stocks […] Read more…

Why It’s Time to Move on from Facebook

It’s time to stop selling your products and services on facebook and create a website. Why? Because Facebook was never intended to be a selling platform, it’s all about staying connected with your friends and family.  Big brands joined as a way to connect with their customers on a more personal level, then the small […] Read more…

Mum in Business: Katrina from Outie

Mum in Business: Katrina from Outie

Name: Katrina Ward Business: Outie Outie Store Outie Blog Outie Facebook Short Bio about yourself and business: I used to be a secondary school teacher (English, Art and Art History) and I used to have a lot of fun in the classroom. Fun is important to me and the Outie brand began as a ‘fun’ way […] Read more…

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