COVID-19 changed the world. Since 2020, now more than 49% of consumers shop online more this year than they did pre-COVID-19. They did this through business websites, where payment and pickup was contactless and easy. From the comfort of your home, you can browse and shop online. You can learn about your favourite organisations, and keep connected and up to date with them. Product announcements, events, downloads and more are done online, through a website.
And if you haven’t got a website for your business, you could be missing out on 45% of global consumers who are shopping more on their smartphone since COVID-19 began. That’s over 3,543,734,621 (3 billion) people who aren’t visiting you. Those businesses with a website and online presence, are getting a lot more customers. Where are your customers browsing online? If it’s not your website, it’s probably your competitors’.
Learn what we built that our clients use and rely on every day.
Jenny’s ‘Adventure Blog’ Website
Client: Jenny M.
What Jenny needed:
How we launched it:
Jenny’s exciting Adventure Blogging website is capable of handling well over 180,000 blog posts! With a simple and classy layout, everything is a breeze to read on screens both small and large. Jenny’s eager followers can stay up to date with her latest posts by following her on Facebook or subscribing to her Adventure Blog.
And Jenny herself finds posting to her blog incredibly simple, yet she always has support from us available when she needs it.
Check it out: www.unyoungisfun.com
A website ensures your audience sees only the content that you provide.
Unlike social media, there are: No ads. No sign ups. No distractions. No competitors.
And you always stay in control of your website.
In 2019, more than 1.1 million Australian businesses were able to connect with consumers via Google search within Australia.^
In 2020 (and 2021), those numbers are expected to be even higher. With more people using the internet than ever before,
there has never been a better time to get a website than now.
^Alphabeta Google Economic Impact Australia 2019 report (http://alphabeta.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/ab006_google_business_web-1.pdf)