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Category Archives: Web Design

It's time to upgrade your analytics! Your simple guide to GA4

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If you’ve ever wondered how marketing experts (like the good people here at Tomahawk) know all about who’s visiting your website, the pages they’re viewing and how they’re finding you in the first place, the answer usually lies within one powerful tool… Google Analytics.

Since its original release in 2005, Google Analytics has helped millions of people improve their websites, better understand their audiences and get great results from their marketing campaigns.

And in October 2020, Google released a new version of its analytics tool and the most powerful version yet – GA4.

What is GA4 and how is it different from the previous version?

Most businesses are currently using Universal Google Analytics (UGA.) which was released in 2012. UGA served us well for almost a...

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A simple guide to SSL Certificates

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If you’ve got a website, you might’ve heard the term ‘SSL certificate’ being tossed around. But what is it, exactly? And you haven’t already got one, do you need one? This simple guide to SSL certificates lays out everything you need to know in black and white, with any mysterious technical jargon translated into plain English.

What is SSL?

The SSL acronym stands for Secure Sockets Layer. It enables a type of sophisticated encryption that means information transferred from a user to a website is impossible to read by hackers.

An SSL certificate is particularly important if the user is submitting sensitive information such as credit card numbers or personal details that could make them a victim of identify theft. It makes your website ‘secure’.

How do you know if an SSL...

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Tourism Resilience, Re-imagination and Rebound - 10 Training Workshops

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Tomahawk has designed a new series which is comprised of ten Online Training Workshops. They are crafted to empower tourism operators and aligned all industry sectors so they can:

  • Be more Resilient online where their business is showcased and booked

  • Re-imagine their business and product set where necessary in order to reset to our new tourism landscape

  • Prepare best to Rebound when travel is open again both domestically and internationally  

The series of workshops have an actionable worksheet or e-book to support the learning and after each workshop.

There is also the opportunity for businesses to register on the Regional Support Network and apply for funded one on one consulting after each Workshop.

Introducing: The Tourism Resilience,...

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Website Fitness Program For Your Tourism Business During COVID -19

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Huge thanks for signing up to our 'Website Fitness Program for your Tourism Business during COVID-19' webinar. We are thrilled that 256 people signed up and 187 joined us one the day! What a shining example of how our tourism industry is ready to take on this challenge and thrive.  

Looks like everyone has some great snacks on hand to get them through. Hot Cross Buns definitely led the race, closely followed by anything alcohol infused! Both great choices in our books. 

We asked you to share what mix of your business was traditionally international 'Before COVID-19' (BC). Of the 62 people that responded 6 had 50% or less and 25 of you had 80% or above International visitor mix. 

For those in doubt that domestic travel can help your business, according to Statistics New...

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Content Creation Tools We Love! | Monday Marketing Minutes with Tomahawk

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This week in the nest we talk content creation tools we love! There are so many great platforms that sharing just three was tough. After watching the video head on over to our Content is King article where we share a few more tools as well as links to get you on your way to creating GREAT content.

#mondaymarketingminutes #whoopswewentovertime #betterneverstops

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Content Tools we LOVE for creating stories

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The marketing industry loves buzz words, One that has stuck around for a while, and we wholeheartedly agree with is ‘content is king’ (well actually it’s a buzz-phrase). Here at Tomahawk we tend to be more inclined to say content is King, Queen and well, the whole monarchy!

Content can be text, photos, videos, blogs and many more shared across various channels. Today, we are specifically looking at some of our favourite tools to create visual content that can be shared across social media.

Canva

All T-Hawks here at Tomahawk love Canva! This tool is so easy to use and has a great range of templates with a simple drag and drop functionality. They also have a great app for both ios and android or you can use it on your desktop. Canva also has a super blog on their site that...

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