We’ve made no secret of the fact that 2014 has been a challenging year for Think Tasmania. We’ve battled on through his and hers operations, barely keeping our heads above water. Not surprisingly, we’re still struggling with the loss of our beloved Carol… the entire world lost a big slice of magic that day. Still, we soldier on, counting down to an undoubtedly new and improved 2015, because we do love our work and we’re happy to share all things Tasmanian with our readers. That’s why we’re ecstatic to be involved in the $100K Rescue My Site competition with Kochie’s Business Builders. And for that, we need your vote!
We Need Your Vote
We know the chances of winning something like this are miniscule, to say the least. We’re not completely delusional, don’t worry! This is something of a hurdle for us to overcome, actually. We don’t like to ask for help. We’re not natural-born crowd-funders from way-back; and we’re definitely not your traditional media-tarts. We’re in our comfort zone shining a beacon of online light over the great work of other Tasmanian business owners. However, part of the deal with this competition is to campaign for votes. So here we are, asking you to vote.
Will Smith (the doyen of all universal wisdom) says: “Don’t chase people. Be yourself, do your own thing and work hard. The right people – the ones who really belong in your life – will come to you. And stay.” We believe this to be true. We’ve also heard it said that if you don’t ask, you don’t get. That could also be true! So here we are, asking you to vote.
Gavin will be completely free of crutches soon, after working diligently with his surgeon, physio and GP. We’ll be back to booking research missions and exploring this wonderful state so we can continue sharing first-hand details with readers. We’ve lost a lot of “discovery” time through this latest blessed injury, but we’ve also lost valuable hours on the website’s maintenance, keeping things ship-shape for an optimum user experience.
Kochie’s Business Builders
The concept of Think Tasmania has been way more successful than we could’ve ever envisaged from the outset. Speedy growth comes with its own difficulties though, and hopefully you can appreciate the time and expertise required to present a premium website. Gavin has done an amazing job so far with such a complex task. Still, striving as we do for perfection, we want Think Tasmania’s website to load even FASTER, without ANY broken links. We want those searching the Internet to find ALL Think Tasmania’s articles. We want social media sharing to skyrocket OFF the charts. And we know the experts at Kochie’s Business Builders can help us tremendously with these goals. So here we are, asking you to vote.
Thanks to feedback from readers and business owners, we already know we’re appreciated for our work. For that, we’re most grateful. We value the tremendous faith our members have placed in Think Tasmania, and the assistance we receive from our sponsors is to be roundly applauded.
Should you choose to vote for our website in this competition, we’ll… um, what can we promise? Would you do it just to be nice? Maybe vote for us if we’ve ever helped you in some small way, with information or business promotion?
So here we are, asking you to vote. It wasn’t that hard after all. We won’t make a habit of it or anything. Just this once. Of course if you did share our nomination page with your friends, family and work colleagues, that would also be very nice. Ok, we’d better stop now or we’ll be asking you to cook our Christmas dinner! Thanks a million – you’re all splendid in every way.
Follow the Rescue My Site competition on Kochie’s Business Builders (Season 8) screening Sunday mornings on Channel 7.
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