Is your business keeping up with the digital world?

  1. Are you able to effectively promote and expand business through the web and digital marketing?

  2. As business owners or managers, are you seeking the right tools and services to navigate the world wide web and make it work for your business?

  3. Do you need support, assistance and guidance to manage the cyber world?


There is so much talk today about digital marketing and how it can help your business accelerate and grow, you just can’t ignore it.

It is no exaggeration to state that without a digital strategy, your business won’t keep up with the ever evolving, competitive market. Many business owners and managers are making the decision to shift their offline marketing dollars to online channels, where it is also more measurable .

With Australian business seeing an estimated 1.6% revenue growth in 2015, compared to virtually flat result in 2014 of +0.1%, it’s clear that now is the time to learn how to manage your online activity.

Together, we can assist you to build a digital marketing strategy to deliver optimal brand experience and discover new opportunities for driving ROI, identify where to improve your digital marketing and grow well into the future.

So let’s go.


Remember, what works for your competitors ar another business, may turn out to be a disaster for your business. Realise what you have to offer and create your own digital marketing success. Identify what makes you different, get creative in how you share that with your potential clients.

Push the boundaries and don’t be afraid to think outside the box. We, as humans, appreciate original concepts, so let’s give your clients what they want!


  1. Gather the facts - Utilising the data you have now, start analysing your current clients; their likes and dislikes, preferences, behaviours, and purchase history.

  2. Where are you now? - Assess what is working and what’s not, where and how you need to change and liven things up.

  3. Get creative - Doesn’t necessarily mean being outrageously different, identify your point of difference and work to highlight what matters in a creative manner.

  4. Competitor knowledge - Understand your market and those you are competing against for to attract clients.


  1. Develop your strategy, write it down, record it and review regularly to see if you are on track.

  2. Don’t be ashamed to admit that something isn’t working, fix it or try something different.

  3. Don’t make it onerous, keep it simple and workable.


  1. Starting with a clean, classy website gives your business a base, shopfront if you like, to call home.

  2. Put your best foot forward - Remember the old saying “a picture paints a thousand words”? It still applies, even more so today. What people see online needs to attract, engage and sell what we have on offer. Ensure your images and message are aligned and reflect the same thing, they need to connect with your clients.

  3. Good structure and guidelines for images and fonts are very important to be effective in getting your message to your audience. If your web developer is not focussed on design, you may be missing some important tools and need to appoint someone to assist. Consistency in style across website and digital channels ensures message isn’t mixed or confusing.

  4. Call to action (CTA) is what you want your customer to do to register for a newsletter, download a slide, paper or sign up for a webinar. Ensure you know what you want them to do and make it’s easy to act. At least 1, preferable more CTA on a page. Ensure phone numbers are big and easy to find, if you want them to call you - or use a tap to call for mobile sites.

  5. Reduce the number of clicks to make it easy for customers to find what they want as quickly as possible, all you really need from your registrations is a first name, phone and an e-mail address, just enough to start communication.

  6. Give them something to prove your value, then start building a relationship with them, teaching them about your product or service.

  7. Viewers arrive at your website, or social page, because they looking for something specific or something you are offering has grabbed their attention. Offer what is important to them when they are buying what you’re selling. For example: as a digital agency we could offer “Is your website mobile ready? Download this FREE health check for your website.”

  8. Social Media Marketing - It’s not just media, start networking. A well established social presence is about sharing content, having conversations and responding to customer requests. Know who you are talking to and what their needs are.

  9. Identify your key channels - Focu