Evocca College A TaxPayer Rort

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Since providing my personal experience with Evocca College back in January 2015 on the ABC highlighting student enrolment statistics, the ASQA (Australian Skills Quality Authority) audit has been taking a while. Originally I had several files to use in the event that Evocca College had wanted to deny the allegations. Evocca College continuously disputes updated figures […]

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Online Publishing Shouldn’t Be About Profit

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I have had several blogs of the years since I started publishing my own content on the internet and experimenting with several different niches. I personally came to the conclusion that in order to become successful in the online realm with so many mediums of digital media technologies. Web publishing relies on how much passion you have […]

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Google PageRank Doesn’t Matter, Does It?

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When I started out blogging back in 2008 one of the things I took a lot of time and effort in was trying to get my PR or PageRank to become as high as possible. Google uses the PageRank signal to assist in ranking sites amongst other several metrics. Back than PageRank was updated about […]

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Why Niche Markets Are Important Online

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One of the primary reasons people start creating blogs or an online business is because they want it to bring a lot of money. A site with a niche allows you to easily produce content that is targeted towards a specific community or demographic. This allows you to effectively market your products, services or even […]

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Twitter, Stop The Mass Following

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Twitter a few years ago introduced a limit to enforce people to follow a maximum of 1000 accounts per 24 hour period. The follow back or following spam was being utilised primarily for spamming purposes.. With so many auto-following tools available to be used across the internet, does the strategy of mass following users actually benefit anyone? […]

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Social Innovation, Social Media Marketing

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As times have changed, customer services is coming too a close in person. Technology is getting  faster, more people are keeping up. However some have little to spare but still want the latest technology gizmo’s, apps, accessories and all the types of connectivity that go’s along with it. It does become obvious of who is […]

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Difference Between SEO and SEM

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The expressions SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) and SEM (Search Engine Marketing) are similar as well as utilised conversely, however the two have distinctive functions. Most Webmasters know a bit of something about SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) and the distinctive strategies (or techniques) to effectively assist in a website ranking well in natural search engine results. SEO requires extensive […]

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Education Skills Ambassador

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I previous wrote on the 23rd of September, about my WorldSkills Challenge. Competing against Australia’s top Web Design students from across Australia. Over the years I have made my own input known on several outlets on my views and opinions of Education, particularly the Australian TAFE system. Today I received a letter which contained a […]

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