Notey – find stories out of 500,000 topics from best blogs!

Notey – find stories out of 500,000 topics from best blogs!

Do you have one or more topics that interest you? Do you want to know what the latest trend in an industry is? How can you read all these in one platform? Notey is the answer!

What is Notey?

Notey is a discovery platform where you can find the best blog articles on over 500,000 topics. Whether you are researching your holiday, or you are a business owner that wants to understand marketing, or you want to find out more a band or a celebrity, you can find the latest buzz on all your favorite things.

How does Notey Work?

I bet you didn’t know there are over 150 million blogs on the internet! The guys at Notey go through millions of blogs and articles to sort and pick the best ones so you can read and share those stories on any topic that matters to you.

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Apply for up to $10,000 Digital Grand for business from QLD Government

Apply for up to $10,000 Digital Grand for business from QLD Government

Qld Government offers $10,000 Digital Grant for Business

Application Close 9 Dec 2016

Let the Queensland Government Digital Grant pay up to $10,000 for your business to improve your online presence to attract more customers.

The grant can be used for

  • Digital content creation like web pages, mobile apps and media
  • Content marketing for your website, SEO, blog writing and social media
  • and more

The grant funding is on a match funding (ie you pay 50% and grant pays the other 50% up to $10,000) for eligible businesses for the purchase of digital software and services – such as website development, mobile applications development and content marketing. The business must show that the digital services will enhance the digital capabilities of their business and help them to be more competitive and employ more staff.

Eligibility criteria

To be eligible the business must:

  • have fewer than 20 employees at the time of applying for the grant
  • have an Australian Business Number (ABN) and be registered for GST
  • have Queensland headquarters or significant Queensland-based operations
  • declare if any owners or directors of the business are an undischarged bankrupt or insolvent.

Important dates

  • Round 1 opens on 8 November 2016 and closes 9 December 2016.
  • Businesses will be surveyed 12 months after the completion of the project.

Who should apply

All Queensland-based businesses can apply. The business must show that the digital technology or service purchased will enhance the digital capabilities of the business and help them to be more competitive.


To see the full the program, please read the Small Business Digital Grants Program Application Guidelines.

Register now to learn more on how you can improve your digital marketing and access the Qld Digital Grant now before applications close on 9 December 2016.


5 quick tips about logo creation

5 quick tips about logo creation

5 quick tips about logo creation

So you want to have a logo that is distinctive, appropriate, simple and to convey an intended message about your business, about your brand. What should you do?
When you are designing a logo you should consider the following 5 principle:

  • Keep it simple
  • Versatile
  • Timeless
  • Appropriate
  • Memorable

1. Simple – a simple logo will allow your business to be recognised easily and it will be versatile and memorable in the same time.

In software development there is a KISS Principle, which stands for Keep It Simple, Stupid!

It contains a very important design consideration: simple logos are easily recognised, incredibly memorable and effective! You need something to catch the attention of the viewer if he views a signage driving 60 km per hour, on a package in a crowded shelf in a store, or on any other advertising, marketing and promotion vehicle.
Nike logo
The logo of the world’s largest show manufacturer is a very simple swoosh.


2. Versatile

The logo should be functional, it should be design in vector format to ensure that it can be scaled to any size, it should be able to work both in vertical and horizontal format.

Questions to ask yourself?
Is your logo still effective if is printed in one colour? Printed on something small as a business card, or something as large as a billboard? Printed in reverse (light logo on dark background)

Apple logo

To create creating versatile logos you can design them in black and white only and allow your clients to focus on the concept and shape rather than colours.

When our designers design the logos for our clients they start in black and white to ensure that the logo will look great in its simplest form. We even incorporate them in black and white on the back of the business cards.


3. Timeless

An effective logo should be timeless. When you design your logo think if it will be effective in 10, 20, 30 years.
Coca-Cola logo
Coca-Cola has barely changed since 1885 (link )

Leave trends to the fashion industry – Trends come and go, and when you’re talking about changing a pair of jeans, or buying a new dress, that’s fine, but where your brand identity is concerned, longevity is key. Don’t follow the pack. Stand out.

~ David Airey

4. Appropiate

If you are designing a logo for a law firm you should use the same forms and colour
scheme as for a toy’s store.

Toyota logo

Maybe contrary as many think a logo doesn’t need to show what a business sells or offer as service. Car manufactures logo’s don’t show cars, Harley Davidson logo is not a motorcycle, Apple logo is not a gadget. A logo is purely identification.

For further evidence of this, take the top 50 brands of the world – 94% of the logos do not describe what the company does.

5. MemorableMc Donald's logo

An effective logo should be memorable and this is achieved by having a simple and appropriate logo.

Get Started

Want a professional and affordable logo design for your business?

Now that you know how the essentials of a professionally designed logo works, it’s time to get started


  • Discuss your business and your ideas.
  • Decide which colours, fonts and layouts you want.
  • Determine where you want your logo to appear.


  • Review their portfolio.
  • Understand the number of revisions you will get.
  • Read client testimonials.