For a while Facebook has described itself as a social network but in truth and reality it is barely that at all. It is a marketplace, an advertising platform, and as we have discovered in the past few years – a purveyor...
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A recent story in the New Zealand Herald highlighted the huge pitfalls in the US owned search engine monopoly’s review practices. Google reviews are not monitored, they are not screened, and they are difficult to remove if manipulated. This can lead...
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Marketing a reputation online is essential. NoCowboys’ authenticated online reviews are the difference between being seen and chosen as a business that is trustworthy, dependable, with high quality services, and products, or being invisible. Over 90% of consumers are actively...
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While we may always have known, and were told that Covid-19 may well come back after a 24 day spell of no cases, the past few weeks has brought us all back down to earth, with a crashing thump. More...
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Bulletins are a great way for businesses to connect with their customers to increase their brand reach and to advertise new services that they are offering. We are all used to them and while a few can be irritating, most...
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New Zealand has done what most of the nations around the globe could only have dreamed of at the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic – reduced active cases to zero for a stunning 19 days, with a fraction of the...
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Last month Comar Brunton, in conjunction with Wright Communications, released its annual index of New Zealand’s most trusted companies.  “Wright Communications’ managing director, Nikki Wright said Colmar Brunton’s polling during the COVID-19 lockdown showed many of the top performing brands...
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All over the world, as many people stay at home, under varying levels of lockdown or self-isolation to combat the spread of Covid-19, one of the saving graces has been the internet. I’m not specifically talking about the seemingly endless...
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Working at home is by no means a new thing but it has certainly increased due to necessity over the past few months, in the new, Covid-19 reality. Mainly to curb infection and to maintain productivity and functionality, businesses that...
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On Monday, 11th of May, cabinet will meet to decide whether New Zealand eases lock down restrictions and moves down to Level 2, in 48 hours. In all probability, the low number of new daily cases that we have seen...
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