Roobix and WASO extend partnership into third year

WASO & roobix partnership

As part of its mission to emphatically support the Western Australian arts community, Roobix is announcing the third year of its partnership with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO). WASO is Western Australia’s largest and busiest performing arts organisation, and has a reputation for excellence, engagement and innovation. Roobix is sponsoring WASO by supplying its…

Do you really need a website?

website design

To website or not to website? That is the question. In the last few years, Facebook pages and Google My Business listings have continued on an ever-expanding mission to answer all possible questions about your business in one place. And that place is of course not on your website – both are striving to replace…

Roobix jetés into WAB partnership program for a fourth year

western Australian ballet partnership

For the fourth year running, Roobix will be proudly partnering with the West Australian Ballet (WAB) as a corporate partner.  WAB is the peak ballet company in Western Australia and is renowned for its award-winning adaptations and productions delivered around the globe. The partnership provides WAB an enterprise licence to Roobix’s proprietary event management software,…

Content is king – so how do we make the most of it?

Everyone knows that content is the most important aspect of search engine optimisation. Without content, you’d have a pretty hard time finding your site by search – there would simply be no keywords to match your search term!  Search Engine Journal describes how in the early 1990s your site simply needed to have enough text…

Why Brand is More Than a Logo

branding services

What is a brand? Well, it can be pretty difficult to define!  What brand ‘is’ can be entirely different depending on the context. In design terms, a brand is synonymous with your business’ broader visual language and identity. It’s the colours, fonts, shapes and other aesthetic features that best represent you and what you offer….

Facebook and the news | what just happened?!

Facebook news

You may have read this morning that news content has been removed from Australian Facebook accounts.  It’s a pretty unexpected move on Facebook’s behalf, and so we thought we’d give you a quick explainer on the situation and what it could mean moving forward. What the hell just happened? We released a simple explainer on…

Marketing Terminology 101: Customer Experience V Customer Journey

Customer Experience VS Customer Journey

If you’ve ever tried to learn about business marketing, chances are you’ve come across a smorgasbord of buzzwords that made no sense to you – and potentially put you off your endeavour once and for all! But there’s no need to panic. Like any industry, marketing has its own unique vocabulary that needs a little…

Google V Australia – What Does It Mean For You?

Google VS Australia news

It can be hard to spot amongst the ongoing Australian pandemic news and the bushfire bulletins, but you may have noticed there’s a bit of an altercation going on between Google and the Australian government. You might be wondering what it means, how will it impact you as a business owner, and most importantly, what…