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TECH BYTE: Seven creative ways to revamp your content marketing

“Put out content!” “Put out content!” This is the cry that you hear shouted from the rooftops of marketing thought-leaders all around the world. But between all the demands for [...] read more...

LYTE BYTE: Its hard being a travel agent – “Hello I’m Trish the travel agent”...

  It’s hard to say whether a travel agent or ‘DIY online’ bookings will be cheaper than the other.  So choosing between a high street agent or an online agent [...] read more...

Tourism Australia has turned 50 & is hosting Australian Tourism Exchange no.38

ATE 2017 coincides with the 50th anniversary of the establishment of Tourism Australia’s predecessor, the Australian Tourist Commission – the Australian government’s first agency dedicated solely to marketing Australia to [...] read more...

TECH BYTE: Feeling overwhelmed by digital marketing? Well its 5000 strong and growing fast!

First the writer’s credit as this is written (and copied) in the first person to retain context – Thank you Scott Brinker. Statistics from the 2017 Marketing Technology Landscape The [...] read more...

BYTE UPDATE: Airlie Beach and the Whitsundays are open for business

It’s now been almost a month since Airlie Beach and the Whitsundays were hit by devastating Cyclone Debbie. Today, at ATE, The Byte got the update from Tourism Whitsundays and youth [...] read more...

Rotten state of fruit & vege picking is a direct result of the backpacker tax

The farm sector is becoming increasingly frustrated with the lack of ‘picking’ labour with a new report revealing that up to a quarter of Australia’s vegetable growers are forced to abandon [...] read more...

Budget May 2017: all visa fees rise & no promised reduction in the WHM visa fee to $390

The Federal Government has reneged on its promise to reduce the Working Holiday Maker (WHM) visa fee from $440 to $390. That promise was made September 2016 by the Treasurer [...] read more...

Aussie unemployed youth v 417 visa holders

More than 650,000 Australian young people aged between 15 and 24 were unemployed or underemployed in February 2017. The jobless rate, at 13.5% is more than double the adult rate [...] read more...

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