Is it becoming less critical for businesses to have websites?

December 7, 2023

I’d like to share this through-provoking article by Chris Crum, published originally on

Can You Be Successful Without a Website?

I don’t think there’s any question that you need a web presence to survive in today’s business climate. But do you still need a traditional website, or has the web moved on in that regard? Keep reading »

How to turn a business around in 10 minutes or less

December 7, 2023

If you’re struggling to make enough sales in your business, this video by Brett McFall will stimulate you to think in ways you probably never have before about what makes your business unique.

Hardly anybody in business puts any effort into thinking about their Unique Selling Proposition. Keep reading »

12 questions any good web design company should ask before starting work on your website

December 7, 2023

If you’re a business owner with a website, here is a question…

How many new leads and/or sales has your website brought in during the past week, the past month, or the past year?

If your website is bringing in a significant amount of new business on an ongoing basis, you are in the minority. Keep reading »

New website for Christchurch company selling steel-frame kitset homes

December 7, 2023

I’ve just launched a new website for C-Style Homes, a Christchurch company that sells a great range of steel frame kitset homes at amazingly low prices.

This website project is the first of what will be many more as part of a new business relationship I’ve developed with MARKITABLE, a Wellington company. Keep reading »

How to Recession-Proof Your Business Using the Internet

December 7, 2023

I have just published a new report called
‘How to Recession-Proof Your Business Using the Internet’.

The report is too long to post here (about 9 pages). So I’m offering it to you as PDF to download. The report is free and you don’t even have to give me your email to get it 🙂

But if you find it helpful, I would like to ask that you will forward it on to someone else who might also benefit from it. Keep reading »