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Operating a small business is tough. I've been there and done that. Finding the people and resources you need to start, maintain and grow a business is insane! That's why we've started this little baby.

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I agree with Ace Data. Blog commenting can come across as spam if you do it too much or harp on about the same thing, especially if you pepper them with links. Authors may end up just deleting them, so you have to write something insightful and relevant, not just agreeing or thanking.

For tasks like blog or forum commenting, it is affordable if you want to switch to virtual assistant services in Australia. You can get better quality comments too. Do check out our list of top virtual assistants on our site and put in a quote to get VA rates.

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Phil Khor
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Asked this question - Accounting

What are the most popular accounting software for SMEs?

The most popular accounting software for small businesses are ones from MYOB, Xero, Quickbooks, Reckon, Saasu and Sage. There are some smaller names like Cashbook and Zoho for Australia. Which one is the best for you depends on your business, its complexities and whether you hire people and use payroll.
 
However, unless your business is small that you hardly need to pay any taxes (first $18200 is tax-free), you should hire an accountant and bookkeeper to manage your finances and accounts because it simplifies things, keeps you away from problems with ATO and the law, and saves you money. It’s just not worth doing it on your own unless your venture is small, bordering on a hobby. 

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Asked this question - Intellectual Property

When do you need to trademark your business name or logo?

I’d say as soon as you have a viable product or service that is generating revenue or profit for you. Too often, people get overzealous before testing that they have a profitable business idea. At the start, just registering a business name is enough. Trademarking your business name or logo before you get decent sales or can prove there’s customer demand may turn out to be a waste of your money. But it’s still a good idea to just check the trademark registry to see what has been registered.
 
Once you have a good gauge on the customer demand and proven sales, then it’s worth considering legally protecting your business’s intellectual properties. This can happen just after starting a business, or some time away. However, if your industry is highly competitive or your solution is somewhat unique, it may be advisable to trademark earlier than later, even right from the start.
 
It’s always good to consult an intellectual property or business lawyer. There’s no harm and it’s better to be safe than sorry because you don’t need the headache and financial mess in the event of an IP infringement. 

Yee Trinh answered this question

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Asked this question - Sales and Marketing

Are newsletters dead in email marketing?

I don’t think newsletters are dead in email marketing, but maybe it has gotten competitive in certain industries. It’s why your newsletter need to have a point of difference instead of doing a run of the mill job.
 
You must think of newsletters as a long-term game. It’s about understanding the issues your subscribers are facing and helping them out or educating and inspiring them regularly. You’re regularly engaging with them and nurturing them, building credibility and trust in you until they are ready to do business with you or buy your products.
 
Before you start a newsletter, you need to sit down and hash out a plan that is tailored to your audience. I suggest looking at other newsletters to see what they offer and if there are any gaps you can find.
 
And always monitor your newsletter’s performance, checking stats such as open rate, click through rate and where your readers are clicking in the email to gauge their interest. MailChimp regularly publishes benchmark numbers for email marketing, and you can see where you are faring to the industry average. For example, if your open rate is below the average of say, 18%, then you know that you need to try something new, such as A/B testing your subject lines.
 
As long as you monitor your email marketing, then you can decide whether newsletters are worth running for your business or using other email marketing strategies to nurture your audience and get sales or leads. You can try working with an email marketer who has more knowledge and skills to help you out, as I feel that email is an important marketing channel for small businesses. 

Yee Trinh answered this question

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Asked this question - Starting a Business

Which dropshipping companies are great for ecommerce business?

When it comes to dropshipping, you can try the big and famous ones. First there’s Oberlo, which is one of the biggest suppliers and ships to many countries including Australia.
 
The next, of course, is AliExpress, a little sister site of AliBaba. There is a difference between the two sites. AliExpress hosts retail products across categories such as beauty, clothing, homewares and toys. On the other hand, AliBaba has manufacturers, resellers and suppliers for many other categories aside from retail and they usually sell in bulk. With AliExpress, you can just buy one item and dropshipping is available.  You get access to thousands of suppliers from China with both at reasonable prices, but be careful with selecting the right manufacturer.
 
Salehoo is another big name in the dropshipping business. They also ship to Australia and cover an extensive range of products in various categories.
 
Their pricing is usually an annual or monthly membership fee and that gives you access to their suppliers and services. The smaller niche ones that dropship products in 1 or 2 categories may work out to be cheaper with a pay as you go kind of deal.
 
The best part is, ecommerce website giants such as Shopify and BigCommerce integrate seamlessly with some dropshippers such as Oberlo and AliExpress, that can ship to your customers when an online sale happens so you don't have to arrange it manually. If you build a website with them, everything is easily connected so starting a business from scratch is much easier.
 
You can dropship on Ebay too, but you must comply with their rules. Basically, the responsibility of dropshipping the product to the customer is on you. 

Yee Trinh answered this question

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Official FAQ, Inquisitor at SavvySME

Asked this question - Accounting

Would hiring virtual accountant work well for small business?

Yes, I think working virtually or online with an accountant is easier done nowadays, thanks to tools such as cloud accounting software, online meeting apps, cloud storage and all that jazz. In this digital age, you don’t necessarily need to meet up with your accountant face to face. They don’t have to be living in your area or even in the same state.
 
If you’re a small business, generally, it works really well. Of course, not so for big businesses with multiple companies and complex needs.
 
Working online saves time for your business. You can “meet” your accountant online, never having to leave your office or home office. Everything is stored online and accessible anytime.
 
It can be cost effective too. For example, there are virtual CFO services available now, something which small businesses may not have been able to afford before – an expert to advice, strategize and help you thrive. There are a few online accounting services that charge a low fixed price for standard routine work. They can be good options too if you’re strapped for cash.
 
An online working relationship is the same as any working relationship. You need trust, transparency, integrity and competency. It’s easy to suss this out over time once you’ve worked with them for a while. Make sure you read the terms and conditions, but you should do that with any accountant regardless. Also, I think it’s best to work with Australian accountants than those who outsource the work elsewhere. 

Yee Trinh answered this question

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Official FAQ, Inquisitor at SavvySME

Asked this question - Social Media

Should you keep your social media marketing in-house or outsource?

I think it’s best to ask, which is more time and cost effective for your business? In running and growing a business, usually, it comes down to time and money.
 
Both options are viable with their own pros and cons.
 
Hiring social media experts in your business
Your social media team will know your business, brand, policies, products, roadmap intimately, like nobody can. They understand the landscape, competitors and their every move, what worked and didn’t in social media.
 
By hiring in-house, you’ll get a dedicated person or team to manage and grow your social media profile, unlike outsourcing. Turnaround time is faster too. You will be faster to react to news, changes and can pounce on opportunities on social media as they arise. There’s no time wasted going back and forth between your business and your social media company or agency.
 
However, if you want to be serious, you'll need to hire a team and that involves salaries, payroll taxes, benefits, office space, utilities, training, etc. Even a one-person department will cost you, as the average social media manager pay in Australia starts from $60K annually and can go up to $90K.
 
You’ll have to budget for when your employees go on sick leave and vacation. That’s not a problem when you outsource your social media management and campaigns as you are guaranteed they will deliver regardless.  
 
Outsource to a social media company or agency
 
You’ll get many experts under one roof, specialising in different areas with an agency. They will have worked with multiple clients across industries to cover the breadth and depth of knowledge and experience. Even smaller sized companies tend to have extensive experience and specialised skills.
 
They can create and improve your social media strategy and ROI, campaigns, and perfect your social media branding. There’s no training needed, and they keep up with the latest trends, tools, updates and methods.
 
When you outsource, you’re also hiring a fresh eye to look at your social media. There’s nothing like an objective and trained expert from the outside looking in, to improve your ads, content, processes and campaigns. Arguably, external parties can be more creative as they aren’t stuck on the same daily grind as your employees.
 
If you need to scale, this is easily done by third parties as opposed to hiring more people. It can also be a time saver for small business owners who are wearing many hats. You’ll get to focus on other areas of the business.
 
However, you may run your budget over if you don’t plan and monitor, especially as top-rated ones will be more expensive. Alternatively, hire small boutique companies and freelancers that are good and affordable.
 
Outsourcing means it’s a slower process and they won’t know your business as great as your employees. They’ll have other clients and you may not be a priority.
 
It really boils down to your business. There’s always the hybrid solution of outsourcing some areas of social media and keeping the rest in-house. 

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Nick Chernih
Nick Chernih, Founder at LinkBuildSEO

Asked this question - Virtual Assistance

How much does an australian virtual assistant (VA) cost?

I agree with Ace Data. Blog commenting can come across as spam if you do it too much or harp on about the same thing, especially if you pepper them with links. Authors may end up just deleting them, so you have to write something insightful and relevant, not just agreeing or thanking.

For tasks like blog or forum commenting, it is affordable if you want to switch to virtual assistant services in Australia. You can get better quality comments too. Do check out our list of top virtual assistants on our site and put in a quote to get VA rates.

Yee Trinh answered this question

Blaise McCann
Blaise McCann, CEO + Founder at Hear Us Roar

Asked this question - Ecommerce

How do I increase sales on my online fashion business?

Michael Ginsburg Michael Ginsburg thoughts? 

Yee Trinh answered this question

Phil Khor
Phil Khor, Founder at

Asked this question - Accounting

What are the most popular accounting software for SMEs?

The most popular accounting software for small businesses are ones from MYOB, Xero, Quickbooks, Reckon, Saasu and Sage. There are some smaller names like Cashbook and Zoho for Australia. Which one is the best for you depends on your business, its complexities and whether you hire people and use payroll.
 
However, unless your business is small that you hardly need to pay any taxes (first $18200 is tax-free), you should hire an accountant and bookkeeper to manage your finances and accounts because it simplifies things, keeps you away from problems with ATO and the law, and saves you money. It’s just not worth doing it on your own unless your venture is small, bordering on a hobby. 

Yee Trinh answered this question

Official FAQ
Official FAQ, Inquisitor at SavvySME

Asked this question - Intellectual Property

When do you need to trademark your business name or logo?

I’d say as soon as you have a viable product or service that is generating revenue or profit for you. Too often, people get overzealous before testing that they have a profitable business idea. At the start, just registering a business name is enough. Trademarking your business name or logo before you get decent sales or can prove there’s customer demand may turn out to be a waste of your money. But it’s still a good idea to just check the trademark registry to see what has been registered.
 
Once you have a good gauge on the customer demand and proven sales, then it’s worth considering legally protecting your business’s intellectual properties. This can happen just after starting a business, or some time away. However, if your industry is highly competitive or your solution is somewhat unique, it may be advisable to trademark earlier than later, even right from the start.
 
It’s always good to consult an intellectual property or business lawyer. There’s no harm and it’s better to be safe than sorry because you don’t need the headache and financial mess in the event of an IP infringement. 

Yee Trinh answered this question

Official FAQ
Official FAQ, Inquisitor at SavvySME

Asked this question - Sales and Marketing

Are newsletters dead in email marketing?

I don’t think newsletters are dead in email marketing, but maybe it has gotten competitive in certain industries. It’s why your newsletter need to have a point of difference instead of doing a run of the mill job.
 
You must think of newsletters as a long-term game. It’s about understanding the issues your subscribers are facing and helping them out or educating and inspiring them regularly. You’re regularly engaging with them and nurturing them, building credibility and trust in you until they are ready to do business with you or buy your products.
 
Before you start a newsletter, you need to sit down and hash out a plan that is tailored to your audience. I suggest looking at other newsletters to see what they offer and if there are any gaps you can find.
 
And always monitor your newsletter’s performance, checking stats such as open rate, click through rate and where your readers are clicking in the email to gauge their interest. MailChimp regularly publishes benchmark numbers for email marketing, and you can see where you are faring to the industry average. For example, if your open rate is below the average of say, 18%, then you know that you need to try something new, such as A/B testing your subject lines.
 
As long as you monitor your email marketing, then you can decide whether newsletters are worth running for your business or using other email marketing strategies to nurture your audience and get sales or leads. You can try working with an email marketer who has more knowledge and skills to help you out, as I feel that email is an important marketing channel for small businesses. 

Yee Trinh answered this question

Official FAQ
Official FAQ, Inquisitor at SavvySME

Asked this question - Starting a Business

Which dropshipping companies are great for ecommerce business?

When it comes to dropshipping, you can try the big and famous ones. First there’s Oberlo, which is one of the biggest suppliers and ships to many countries including Australia.
 
The next, of course, is AliExpress, a little sister site of AliBaba. There is a difference between the two sites. AliExpress hosts retail products across categories such as beauty, clothing, homewares and toys. On the other hand, AliBaba has manufacturers, resellers and suppliers for many other categories aside from retail and they usually sell in bulk. With AliExpress, you can just buy one item and dropshipping is available.  You get access to thousands of suppliers from China with both at reasonable prices, but be careful with selecting the right manufacturer.
 
Salehoo is another big name in the dropshipping business. They also ship to Australia and cover an extensive range of products in various categories.
 
Their pricing is usually an annual or monthly membership fee and that gives you access to their suppliers and services. The smaller niche ones that dropship products in 1 or 2 categories may work out to be cheaper with a pay as you go kind of deal.
 
The best part is, ecommerce website giants such as Shopify and BigCommerce integrate seamlessly with some dropshippers such as Oberlo and AliExpress, that can ship to your customers when an online sale happens so you don't have to arrange it manually. If you build a website with them, everything is easily connected so starting a business from scratch is much easier.
 
You can dropship on Ebay too, but you must comply with their rules. Basically, the responsibility of dropshipping the product to the customer is on you. 

Yee Trinh answered this question

Official FAQ
Official FAQ, Inquisitor at SavvySME

Asked this question - Accounting

Would hiring virtual accountant work well for small business?

Yes, I think working virtually or online with an accountant is easier done nowadays, thanks to tools such as cloud accounting software, online meeting apps, cloud storage and all that jazz. In this digital age, you don’t necessarily need to meet up with your accountant face to face. They don’t have to be living in your area or even in the same state.
 
If you’re a small business, generally, it works really well. Of course, not so for big businesses with multiple companies and complex needs.
 
Working online saves time for your business. You can “meet” your accountant online, never having to leave your office or home office. Everything is stored online and accessible anytime.
 
It can be cost effective too. For example, there are virtual CFO services available now, something which small businesses may not have been able to afford before – an expert to advice, strategize and help you thrive. There are a few online accounting services that charge a low fixed price for standard routine work. They can be good options too if you’re strapped for cash.
 
An online working relationship is the same as any working relationship. You need trust, transparency, integrity and competency. It’s easy to suss this out over time once you’ve worked with them for a while. Make sure you read the terms and conditions, but you should do that with any accountant regardless. Also, I think it’s best to work with Australian accountants than those who outsource the work elsewhere. 

Yee Trinh answered this question

Official FAQ
Official FAQ, Inquisitor at SavvySME

Asked this question - Social Media

Should you keep your social media marketing in-house or outsource?

I think it’s best to ask, which is more time and cost effective for your business? In running and growing a business, usually, it comes down to time and money.
 
Both options are viable with their own pros and cons.
 
Hiring social media experts in your business
Your social media team will know your business, brand, policies, products, roadmap intimately, like nobody can. They understand the landscape, competitors and their every move, what worked and didn’t in social media.
 
By hiring in-house, you’ll get a dedicated person or team to manage and grow your social media profile, unlike outsourcing. Turnaround time is faster too. You will be faster to react to news, changes and can pounce on opportunities on social media as they arise. There’s no time wasted going back and forth between your business and your social media company or agency.
 
However, if you want to be serious, you'll need to hire a team and that involves salaries, payroll taxes, benefits, office space, utilities, training, etc. Even a one-person department will cost you, as the average social media manager pay in Australia starts from $60K annually and can go up to $90K.
 
You’ll have to budget for when your employees go on sick leave and vacation. That’s not a problem when you outsource your social media management and campaigns as you are guaranteed they will deliver regardless.  
 
Outsource to a social media company or agency
 
You’ll get many experts under one roof, specialising in different areas with an agency. They will have worked with multiple clients across industries to cover the breadth and depth of knowledge and experience. Even smaller sized companies tend to have extensive experience and specialised skills.
 
They can create and improve your social media strategy and ROI, campaigns, and perfect your social media branding. There’s no training needed, and they keep up with the latest trends, tools, updates and methods.
 
When you outsource, you’re also hiring a fresh eye to look at your social media. There’s nothing like an objective and trained expert from the outside looking in, to improve your ads, content, processes and campaigns. Arguably, external parties can be more creative as they aren’t stuck on the same daily grind as your employees.
 
If you need to scale, this is easily done by third parties as opposed to hiring more people. It can also be a time saver for small business owners who are wearing many hats. You’ll get to focus on other areas of the business.
 
However, you may run your budget over if you don’t plan and monitor, especially as top-rated ones will be more expensive. Alternatively, hire small boutique companies and freelancers that are good and affordable.
 
Outsourcing means it’s a slower process and they won’t know your business as great as your employees. They’ll have other clients and you may not be a priority.
 
It really boils down to your business. There’s always the hybrid solution of outsourcing some areas of social media and keeping the rest in-house. 

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