Every week (or so) we produce an interview with a guest or discussion between Ed and Lois about a variety of topics relating to livelihood.
Guests talk about subjects they are expert and experienced in – from producing income from digital and other means, wellbeing and handling anxiety provoking times, to handling money and cultivation of new ideas and plans and staying organised.
We welcome your ideas and requests too.
Ed and Lois Keay-Smith discuss some of the aspects of making a living from your profession and portfolio in changing times and the guests and help they wish to bring your way through the series of podcasts.
Ed Keay-Smith is a marketing consultant with a digital agency called Online Impact.
He helps small businesses and medium sized enterprises with their challenges on building an online presence that converts to clients or customers.
With a previous background in customer service and sales, Ed was an early adopter to computers and technology and has developed a portfolio of domain names, sometimes referred to as “virtual real estate”.
His portfolio career consists of digital advertising consulting, online conversion and web development work, domain name brokering and investing and affiliate marketing.
An experienced speaker and trainer, Ed’s expertise was called upon via the “Achieve More Online” project team who brought digital marketing education across Western Australia and Darwin between 2010 – 2015 and is often invited to share his digital marketing wisdom at events and conventions.
Ed has been podcasting for 12 years and has produced 4 shows in that time on topics such as Domain Investing and Digital Marketing.
Ed can be contacted at – www.OnlineImpact.com.au
Lois Keay-Smith is a Masters qualified career counsellor and career practitioner.
She helps people to work out what they want to do, and how to get there.
With a previous corporate relations background with ASX and in superannuation, she changed career and established Career Wisdom in 2005.
Lois has worked with professional sportspeople, executives, dancers, and is a referred career practitioner via the Australian Institute of Sport.
She has had a portfolio career for the past 15 years, working in professional sport, not for profit management and consulting and is the author of “Make Your Move: Career Dynamics for Changing Times”.
Lois was awarded a Churchill Fellowship in 2019 and is a Fellow of Leadership Western Australia.
Lois can be contacted at – www.CareerWisdom.com.au