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Doctor Digital's Blog
Dear Doctor, I saw an influencer on Instagram put their hashtags in the comments recently. Why would you do that and what else do I need to know about the Gram?
Doctor digital says:
Ahhhh, the hacks of Instagram are subtle, and yet compelling. Let’s have a little recap on our favourite photo sharing site ...
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If you’re ready to grow your business by taking the next step online or using social media, the Digital Ready for Business program is here to help.
We have digital coaches available around the state to help you understand how to take charge of your online presence and develop an online strategy that really works.
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ACSC Small Business Cyber Security Guide
The Australian Signals Directorate’s Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has been busy tailoring cyber security advice for small businesses. The Centre has recently released a number of documents you may find useful when dealing with cyber security issues in your small business.
What is Digital Ready for Business?
Since 2012, the Digital Ready program has helped thousands of local Tasmanian businesses to make use of online tools and resources so they can benefit from the “digital economy”.
If you’re ready to grow your business by taking the next step online or using social media, the Digital Ready for Business program is here to help. The program has been developed to empower Tasmanian small and medium businesses to take charge of their online presence and develop an online strategy that really works.
What is the visitor economy?
“Our vision is for Tasmania to be a world-leading destination of choice, with a vibrant visitor economy supported by our tourism and hospitality industries, strong business and education sectors and a community that embraces our visitors and all the benefits they bring.”
All small businesses, even those not traditionally regarded as part of the tourism industry, and those located in suburban, regional or remote areas, can have a role to play in creating unique and authentic experiences for visitors when they come to Tasmania.