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REMPLAN Blog

Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Boost the usage of your REMPLAN Profiles

REMPLAN Online Economic Profiles, Community Profiles and Investment Profiles are designed to provide information to community groups, health and education providers, government agencies, businesses, potential investors, prospective new residents, researchers, students and media organisations.

Boost the usage of your profiles by making them easy to find. Create link-to buttons and add them to your website. Please follow these steps: 

1. Simply click on the ‘Share’ button at the top of your Online Profile.


2. From the drop-down list, select the ‘Create a link’ button. 
Copy and paste the HTML code below into your website and the corresponding button to the left will be automatically added to your website.

You may like to forward this information to your IT Department.

Further boost traffic to your Online Profiles by encouraging other organisations (such as local, state and federal agencies, your local chamber of commerce and real estate agents) to add buttons to their websites too. Simply direct them to the ‘Share’ button at the top of the page or send them the html code for the buttons. 

Create lots of easy to find buttons and links and watch traffic to your Online Economic, Community and Investment Profiles increase.

Do not hesitate to contact the team at REMPLAN if you have any questions:
Phone: 1300 737 443.

Kind Regards,
The REMPLAN team
Specialists in region-specific economic and demographic data, impact modelling and forecasting


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