MCIE Blog

Sep
20

An Organized Approach to Social Media Marketing

In the world of social media marketing, organization is key when it comes to knowing your resources to be able to market continuously. With organization comes time allocation, budgeting, creative planning and brand management. Take, for example, business A is having a hard time finding clients during the winter break. But, its competitor Business B […]

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Sep
18

Ten Things to Master in Social Media Marketing Management

The social media marketing landscape is dynamic and ever-changing. The reason for change is because in the huge part of the customers as social media users. Customers and their behavioural ways include definitions such as interactions, their purchasing brackets, and their preferences as a group. Before, social media platforms were used mainly to connect with […]

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Sep
14

The Common Cooking Myths Debunked for Students

Many people love to cook and eat or do both. While many share the same love for cooking, their level of technique is what sets them apart. Some learned to cook from their parents, while some honed their cooking through self-help books and have continuously improved their technique over time. For those who are working […]

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Sep
13

Cooking Safety Tips for Students

In everything we do, safety is always the top priority. Whether going to school or work, people must be aware of the safety policies within the building and within the organisation. In regards to safety, cooking is no exception. You don’t need to become the best cook in the neighbourhood or the world to know […]

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Sep
07

New Radio Project to Aid Culturally Diverse Aged Care Communities

Australia is widely known as a culturally diverse country. For example, the city of Sydney and the state of New South Wales,  where the state houses an estimated 250 different languages that came from the different parts of the world. Australia itself as a whole is rich in cultural history. With the different languages being […]

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Sep
05

Aged Care Residents Facing New Risk on Doctor Visitation According to Survey

In Australia, there exists around 80 per cent of Australians that are aged 65 years and up who rely on their age pension. Currently, the country houses around 3.7 million Australians aged 65 and up, which is already 15 per cent of the population. The population growth of the ageing is also expected to increase […]

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Aug
30

Factors that are reshaping Facebook and Snapchat

The progress of technology is constantly reshaping business and commerce. When it comes to digital marketing, Artificial Intelligence (AI) will change the interface of Business to Customers (B2C) basing on how brands will interact with consumers. In recent months, platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are constantly changing their policies on computer algorithms to […]

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