The Procedure PeopleMacmasters Beach, NSW 2251

The Procedure People

Consulting and strategy

61 Beachview Esplanade, Macmasters Beach, NSW 2251

ABN 90017981106
EST 2005

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We help small businesses write Policies & Procedures that are "good enough to sell".

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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

Iain Dooley answered a question

What is your best advice for someone looking to start an online retail store?

I just answered this question here:https://www.savvysme.com.au/question/438-what-are-the-first-steps-to-starting-an-online-store"The first step to starting an online store is to go to AdWords and do keyword research to find out what people are...

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What are the first steps to starting an online store?

The first step to starting an online store is to go to AdWords and do keyword research to find out what people are looking for, then use that to choose a niche (see below for link to resources by Andrew Youderian which cover other factors in...

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Do I need a registered business name to start a home business?

You just need an ABN and some customers. Get some revenue, then start worrying about all the other stuff :) If you're just getting started, I recommend consuming as much content from http://www.mixergy.com/ as is humanly possible. It costs...

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What is the best way to approach prospective clients?

Hey Leah, The first step is to narrow down who your prospective clients are. And "small business" doesn't cut it ;) For example, in my software business, I'm interested in small service businesses that have between 2 and 10 staff and more...

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What to consider when looking for a business partner or employee?

I agree with Jeff that trust is important... but to me trust is more like an outcome.The important question is: what reliable, early indicators are there that I will likely be able to trust someone?For me, it comes down to 1 core factor:How well do...

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Is SEO categorised as part of IT or Marketing?

It's an interesting question and I think this is more or less why the term Growth Hacker has come to prominence.Digital marketing of all kinds has so much overlap with Web Development skills that it is sometimes cumbersome to employ a "marketing...

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How Much Does An Australian Virtual Assistant (VA) Cost?

Hey Nick, I hire on http://www.hiremymum.com.au/ starting at around $20/hour for a few different roles in my business (not just VAs but also bookkeeping, sales assistants, editorial assistants, marketing assistants). I posted recently on a little...

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What is your backup plan for income?

The dole? Bar work? I think my backup plan for income is living very frugally. The amount my family and I live on at the moment means I could do just about any job in the world and we'd still be able to manage!

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What qualities do you look for in a new employee?

The ability to read and correctly follow instructions, and craft intelligent questions, are basically the only things I look for no matter who I'm hiring. In fact my induction process is self-selecting in this regard: when I hire someone I send...

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What are your experiences with outsourcing the development of your digital platform offshore?

Hi Fleur, we've been outsourcing technology work overseas for several years. The experience differs depending on the type of project. I think the most important thing for successful outsourcing is to develop the policies & procedures *in-house*...

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Has anyone ever found a recruiter that is worth it?

Check out Aussie startup http://www.recruitloop.com.au/

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Is near enough good enough for SMEs?

As you mentioned, if you're a neurosurgeon, you have to get it right. However, I put stuff out all the time that's far from perfect. In fact I sold 90 copies of my AdWords ebook "Your First 3 Months on AdWords" before I "launched" officially and...

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How do you start building a website?

If this is the first thing you're building, I would highly recommend making things very simple. For example: could you simply build a single page website with leadpages or unbounce? Could you create a basic blog with tumblr? Could you use a free...

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Do you do your website design in-house or do you outsource?

We outsource all our work overseas. oDesk has gotten REALLY expensive for good designers because design work is hands down the easiest thing to outsource, so you're competing against cashed up VC funded US startups. In order to get competitive...

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What is the difference between a Business Adviser, Coach and Consultant?

Here's how I'd define it based on my experiences with both: Looking for the perspective of your business, a coach is more strategic and a consultant is more tactical. The coach can help you decide what you need to do. The consultant can help you...

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What is the number one skill required to build a successful SME?

THE ABILITY TO SELL. Hands down. Without exception. If you can sell it, the rest will follow.

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Can you recommend good web developers in Sydney?

Get in touch with Bryce at http://donedigital.com.au/... even if he can't help you, he'll be able to recommend someone.

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How can a virtual assistant help you?

Hi Maria, I love hiring virtually. In fact, I currently have on staff an accounting assistant, sales assistant, 2 editorial assistants and 2 project scheduling assistants. The key for me has always been to have adequately defined roles, and...

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What is your favourite or preferred project management system?

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