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What Type of FB Live Do You Plan On Doing?
Affiliate Reviews / Live Training / Interviews / Q & A /

How Often Will You Be Running Your FB Live?
Daily / Weekly / Fortnightly / Monthly

What Will Be the Name of Your FB Live?
For example, when I do lives in my Facebook Group I call it ProStyler Live…
However, a lot of marketers also run lives on their own profile but still have
a brand name behind it.

Have You Got a Facebook Page for You to Run Your FB Lives?
Pages Allow You To Schedule Your Lives, Your Personal Profile Does Not…
Create A FB Page Here:

Remember Branding Is Important, you will want to ensure you have a good
Facebook page cover image, logo etc…
I highly recommend this company for your logo design their prices are
crazy low and the quality is ridiculously high:

I highly recommend this tool to create social media graphics quickly & any
other graphics you might need:

Are You A Member Of Any Facebook Groups That Are Related To The
Niche You Want To Run Your FB Lives To?
Later on in the course, I show you how to schedule your lives, and this
allows people to be notified (Subscribe) when you go live. You can share
your scheduled live notification post and groups are a great way.
WARNING: Always ask PERMISSION from the group owner before posting your
scheduled/live inside it. If it will benefit their members a lot of them will not mind.

Optional: Do You Have an AutoResponder (Email List Building/Sending
When you run your lives, you want to also build your list at the same time.
If you are just starting out, you can sign-up to completely
free. Or you can sign-up for one of the more popular one’s likes, etc…

Do You Plan On Having A Video Intro For Your Lives?
I personally always have a video intro when I run an FB Live so people get
used to my brand that I am building. I know a lot of you might struggle to
create a video intro so I highly recommend this tool for creating them
quickly, all you need is your logo:


What Type of Facebook Lives Do You Plan On Doing?

What Is the Name of Your FB Live:

How Often Will You Run Your Lives:

How Long Will Your FB Live Be:

Names of Related Groups in Your Niche You Are a Member Off:





What Is Your Facebook Page Name

Do You Have a Website to Send Traffic to from Your FB Lives If Yes What Is The URL


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Entire Gold Coast Block Hits the Market



Entire Gold Coast Block Hits the Market
An entire city block in Surfers Paradise is up for sale for the first time in 40 years.

The sizable 1.05-hectare site has street frontages to Surfers Paradise Blvd and Ferny Ave, and is located about one block from the beach.

The site at 3 Cypress Avenue is owned by Tony Fung’s Aquis group and Chinese companies CCCC International Holding and Tandellen.

The partners, who paid Japan’s Orix group $36.5 million for site two years ago, own it through Aquis Hotel Investment Holdings.

The site is on the market with CBRE’s Jonathan O’Brien and Mike Walsh, and Knight Frank’s James Branch and Mark Witheriff.

“This is an outstanding opportunity to acquire a central beachside development site on this scale without any material impediments to development and a pro-development local council,” O’Brien said.

“We expect to receive interest from a range of national and international developers.”

The listing comes at a promising time for the Gold Coast tourism market, with the Commonwealth Games and recent figures showing an increase in visitors to the Gold Coast to 12.9 million per year with spending in excess of $5 billion. More than one million international passengers through the Gold Coast airport in a 12-month period.

Agents were not able to provide price expectations due to what they said was the unusual and unique quality of the site.

Expressions of Interest for the site close 24 April, 2018.

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Gold Coast office vacancy declines on market demand



Gold Coast office vacancy declines on market demand

Healthy demand for office space on the Gold Coast has seen vacancy rates fall over the final half of 2017.

The Property Council of Australia’s latest Office Market Report, released today, shows that over the last six months of 2017, Gold Coast office vacancy fell from 11.3 to 10.6 per cent off the back of positive market demand and building withdrawals.

“Vacancy rates have now been falling on the Gold Coast for a year and a half, indicating a growing strength in the local economy,” says Queensland executive director of the Property Council, Chris Mountford.

“The Gold Coast office market is now preforming considerably stronger than the Brisbane CBD, which is sitting at 16.2 per cent vacancy.

“The sharpest decline in vacancy was felt in Surfers Paradise, with strong tenant demand driving a 3.1 per cent drop in vacancy levels.

“Positive tenant demand was primarily observed in A Grade stock, with tenants seeking to shift to higher quality premises.

“With 5,576sqm of new office space in the pipeline for 2018, and 4,000sqm mooted over the long-term, the Gold Coast will need to continue to generate new job-creating opportunities this year in order to maintain current vacancy levels.”

Gold Coast vacancy rates by suburb:

  • Broadbeach: vacancy decreased from 8.7 per cent to 6.6 per cent due to 638sqm of net absorption
  • Bundall: vacancy increased from 11.5 per cent to 11.8 per cent due to -300sqm of net absorption
  • Robina-Varsity Lakes: vacancy increased from 6.8 per cent to 7.2 per cent due to net absorption of -506sqm
  • Southport: vacancy decreased from 14.0 per cent to 13.2 per cent due to 2,800sqm of withdrawals
  • Surfers Paradise: vacancy decreased from 15.1 per cent to 12.0 per cent due to 3,063sqm of net absorption

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Stradbroke Island Beach Hotel Listed for Sale



Stradbroke Island Beach Hotel Listed for Sale
Buyers and investors may have the chance to secure one of Australia’s most picturesque ocean-front pubs, as the Stradbroke Island Beach Hotel and Resort Spa has been put up for sale.

For the first time in 20 years, the Point Lookout destination will be marketed by CBRE via a private treaty process on behalf of developer and investor Bob Hill.

Queensland rich-lister Hill secured a 50 per cent stake in the “Straddie Pub” in 1996 and undertook a $20 million refurbishment around a decade ago.

The hotel is situated on a large, 3,267 square metre site and comprises a main bar, bistro, beer garden, gaming room with machines, TAB, function room and on-site bottle shop. There are 13 accommodation rooms and management rights for an adjoining complex comprising 16 units.

CBRE Hotels’ Paul Fraser said the property would deliver its new owner a strong upward trending cash flow and bottom line business.

“This landmark asset, situated in one of Brisbane’s most visited holiday destinations, offers multiple income streams,” Fraser said.

“The incoming owner will reap the benefit of a strong initial yield in addition to huge upside

and revenue growth opportunities, particularly through the food and function offerings.”

The Stradbroke Island Beach Hotel occupies an exclusive headland site on the most easterly point of the Queensland coastline. It offers northerly panoramic ocean views and direct access to Point Lookout’s Cylinder Beach.

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