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One negative customer review online can cost you 30 customers

If one negative customer review using social media can cost your business 30 customers, why aren't you there yet? Not participating in the conversation with your customers online doesn't mean it won't happen, just that your voice won't be heard at all.

1 in 5 people would refuse a job that bans Facebook

Generation Y, while never fully switching off from work when away from the office, would also refuse a job that banned them from personal social media access.

Karalee Evans proves social media has changed recruitment game

Proof that social media is changing the face of the corporate recruitment comes in the shape of Karalee Evans, who has landed herself the role as Social Strategy Manager for Amnesia Razorfish.

70 percent of business’ to use social media in 2010

Businesses are failing to embrace social media fully, citing confusion over measuring ROI and fear of negative feedback in Nielsen Online's 2010 Social Media Business Benchmarking Study.

Australian SME’s fail at social media

Australia's small and medium-sized enterprises are yet to take full advantage of the social media boom by using social networking as a means to promote their business.

Social Media Women unite on International Womens Day

Social Media Women, a formal networking group that will encourage and assist women to participate more prominently in social media has been launched today...

Frendorsed helps harness the wisdom of the crowd with Twitter

A new Sydney based startup is attempting to remove the ʻummsʼ and ʻahhsʼ from our decision-filled world. Enter Frendorsed - a web service which...

Sustainable packaging startup hit by Chinese-Australian trade tensions

Australian sustainable packaging startup Planet Protector Packaging has been one victim of the Chinese-Australian trade tensions, after their deal to provide the...

Vollebak: How to succeed by breaking all the rules

Steve and Nick Tidball don’t believe in following the rules. The British twin brothers ignored traditional business thinking when they co-founded Vollebak...

Chinese-Australian trade tensions: Experts explain economic and legal impacts

Tensions between China and Australia are steadily increasing as the Chinese government continue to stop Australian imports. This is said to be...

AWS and Tech 23 to host the AI Conclave on 11 and 12 November

The Tech 23 Deeptech Festival is hosting the AI Conclave on the 11 to 12 November, providing an opportunity for businesses to...

‘Bumpy and uneven’ economic recovery underway: RBA

The RBA’s November Statement on Monetary Policy revealed that Australia has fared better than expected but the recovery is “expected to be...

100 million trees by 2025: Mastercard’s Priceless Planet Coalition

As consumers demand more sustainable and ethical business operations, companies can now join forces and fight climate change collaboratively through Mastercard's Priceless...

Fintech flips mortgage industry on its head with digital home loan platform

Australian fintech Verteva today announced it has rebranded to Nano and written its very first home loan via mobile, as it prepares...

How machine learning and 4D analytics can protect Australians from financial fraud

While COVID-19 is changing the face of reality on a global scale, it is also bringing many Australians unprecedented financial struggles.  Unfortunately,...