Kanga: The all-Aussie digger for hire

Posted by on 3 August 2017 | 0 Comments

I’m proud that U Kanga Do It supports Australia with it’s digger hire.  The machines are green and gold and Aussie to the core. Not just manufactured but owned as well.

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The best value dingo hire in the New Year

Posted by on 5 January 2017 | 25 Comments

I’m certain that finding the best value dingo hire hasn’t been a part of your new years resolutions! Perhaps reading more informative blogs made your list but I can’t imagine that long term planning includes the services of U Kanga Do It.  However, when the time comes here we are offering the best service, machinery and advice going around.

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Marketing Your Business For Success

Posted by on 17 August 2016 | 1 Comments

Online Marketing and Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) workshop

What:
In this very moment, a potential client is looking for what you offer. Their next step? They turn to Google. Your next step? To ensure that you feature in the options Google provides to them. Google has forever changed the marketing landscape. Too many businesses either neglect marketing altogether or waste money and effort on marketing efforts that no longer work. Get SEO smart ... and clients will come looking for you.
Date: Saturday 22nd October
Where: Business Enterprise Centre 114 Tolley Rd, St Agnes SA 5097
 
Time: 
  • 10am-12pm-1st Session; GETTING STARTED (The basics)
  • 12pm-1pm Lunch (provided)
  • 1pm-3pm-2nd Session GETTING GOING (The essentials)
  • 3pm-3:30 break/afternoon tea
  • 3:30-5:30-3rd Session GOING BIG (Advanced)
Cost: 
  • Any one module: $75 
  • Any two modules: $125
  • All three: $150
 Registration:  Click here to register for event
Module 1, Getting Started (The Basics) - 2 x 45 minute sessions - "How Do You Spell Marketing Today? S.E.O."
 
Covering: Why SEO is the most effective and economic form of marketing today, how SEO works, and how to rank on Google.
 
Module 2, Getting Going (The Essentials) - 2 x 45 minute sessions - "How to Get your Slice of the SEO Pie."
 
Covering: The essentials for maximising your SEO potential, from website to social media, from blogging to networking.
Module 3, Going Big (Advanced) - 2 x 45 minute sessions - "How to Maximise Your Online Brand Potential"
 
Covering: Strategies for writing SEO-strong blogs and for procuring quality backlinks (including email outreach and mailing lists); both so crucial to ranking well in both the short term and the medium-to-long term.
About the presenter: 
Craig Kirkby has a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce and Marketing. He has started three successful businesses in three different industries over the past twelve years, two of which were built solely on online marketing and SEO. Craig runs his own web design business, marrying custom web design with SEO best practice. He also runs workshops helping businesses and organisations get their slice of the SEO pie. http://seowebdesigns.com.au
 
Reviews:
His ability to turn my ideas into action and build what I wanted was nothing short of outstanding. Furthermore, he's equipped me with the tools required to master SEO, web basics and the ongoing development of my site. Travis Doecke Founder, Coach and Team Builder wideopencoaching.com
 
“Craig helped me with my onsite optimisation and gave me the resources required to apply effective techniques for ranking. This enabled me to create optimised pages and articles that nail specific SEO factors as well as developing a backlink strategy. Within a month, I hit first place on page one of Google for my keywords! Craig Joppich Owner and founder of U Kanga Do It www.ukangadoit.com.au
 
 
Hosted by:
U Kanga Do It 
BEC Business Enterprise Centre

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Operator tips to maximise your dingo hire

Posted by on 3 August 2016 | 2 Comments

Getting tips up front makes you the best operator you can be for your dingo hire.  A handful of clients have done dingo operator research before hiring their machine.  Those who do hire receive a basic tutorial when their machine is delivered.  However, for quick reference U Kanga Do It is starting to put together basic ‘how to’ videos.  This enables you to prep yourself before your hire, or answer questions during your hire to maximise the performance of your dingo.

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Dingo hire with a licensed operator

Posted by on 18 February 2016 | 1 Comments

It seems that a growing number of people are looking for their Dingo hire to come with a licensed operator.  On many occasions it actually works out to be cheaper for the customer to hire a machine with an operator.  Not only that, they can ‘supervise’ or stay at work while we complete the job for them!

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Beyond tight access digger hire

Posted by on 30 June 2015 | 1 Comments

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been on a tight access digger hire job for the restaurant chain ‘Beyond India’. It has literally been an indoor job as they renovate and old bakery as their main catering shop.  Our family are big fans of Indian cuisine and have patronsied the Beyond india brand before.  So with some time to think as I did my bit in their renovations, I got to wondering about the prefix ‘BEYOND’

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Aaron chooses a dingo operator for his trenching

Posted by on 27 May 2015 | 1 Comments

The numbers are pretty compelling to use a dingo operator for your trenching job.  Aaron from Aaron’s outdoor living thought so when he needed to run some power to a display unit in his yard.  I’ve not met Aaron but his people ran the numbers and it was a no brainer to use our professional operator to get his electrical trench in place.

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Narrow access backyard earthmoving

Posted by on 8 April 2015 | 17 Comments

If you want to conduct some backyard earthmoving, the new reality is that access is simply…narrow.  By narrow I’m not meaning 1 metre or 2 metres.  That space is a luxury!  The magic number for really tight access is less than 900mm.  Put simply that is around the width of your front door.

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Don’t be the trenching attachment, hire one with your dingo!

Posted by on 9 March 2015 | 3 Comments

Last week I was glad I didn’t hire myself out as a trenching attachment but my dingo was the donkey for the work! Last Monday involved a 14 hour day and 660 metres of trenching at Bower. (see attached photos) The job was running a new water line to the homestead at a pig farm.  There were times I was on my machine and looked up at 200 metres of completed trench.  Which was quickly followed by the thought, ‘What would that be like to do by hand?!’

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Installing retaining wall sleepers with ease

Posted by on 10 February 2015 | 3 Comments

Concrete sleeper installation marks the final stage of erecting a retaining wall. It also brings mixed feelings.  On one hand there is the hope of a job that is nearly done.  On the other hand...you hopefully 5 fingers left at the end of the job!  There is also the joy that comes with just ‘sliding’ in those concrete sleepers as the last part of the process.  But with that comes up to 120kgs of sleepers to lug from pile to post!

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