The simple answer is- websites can help you generate business, sales, leads and also increase your brand value. It helps in terms of increasing credibility in front of customers and helps businesses showcase their services to the targeted audience.

Your business can shut for the day at 6 PM with no one picking the calls to answer things about your business. However, your website will be live 24/7 365 days a year promoting your business and introduce your services to your potential clients.

Top 7 Reasons to Have a Business Website

40% of consumers don’t trust a business without an online presence!

Your website is your marketing asset number one because we live in a modern world. Australians devote an average of 23+ hours online each week and up to five hours per day on their handheld devices.

With so much time to think about something and research a business, people don’t find businesses without a website credible enough in most cases.

A website increases revenue and ROI

In the digital transformation age, it isn’t much money to build a website using free software like WordPress.com, but it provides you with more bang. You will find thousands of more future customers on a search-engine-optimized platform without investing too much.

It will enable you to hit a larger audience market to advertise your services or goods. The quality of the website often affects the purchasing decisions and exchange, independent of the sector in which you are based.

The website adds credibility to the businesses

If you want to show your customers that you take the business seriously, then it is best to invest in a professional website. In an era where more than 50% of mobile users identify a new business or commodity by browsing on their smartphones, it will hurt your reputation by not creating a website.

According to a survey, 75% of internet consumers accept to judge an organization based on their website design. In the end, people may invest in a business they can trust, and the website is the cornerstone for that link.

Showcase your offers and discounts

It cannot be highlighted again that the target audience’s first contact with your brand is a website. You are absolutely in charge of how you put your business. In addition, you can display not only functions in your deals but also include brief video lessons or PDF guidance for downloading.

You will also highlight your promotions, ratings, and all the features that will relieve the discomfort of your visitors. This raises the total time the consumers spent on the website and may affect their option of touch.

All your competitors already have a website

This might sound awkward, but it makes a great deal of sense. You are not in the business alone. Thousands of businesses now offer the same goods and services as you are offering, and most of them will have their own websites.

If I look at all the points already addressed in this article, they’re already in a positive spot. They seem to be more trustworthy on the market, have established their initial trust with the public, showcase their products/ services as well as gain from Google searches.

How to get a beautiful website designed?

Nifty Marketing Australia has seen the market change since the 2000s. The websites designed by our web developers are not only beautiful but also improves conversion of your visitors.

We call them “Magic Conversion Websites”!

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Digital Freelancing Guide

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[eBook] Digital Freelancing: 7 Freelancing Opportunities in Digital Marketing October 15, 2020 by Deepak Kanakaraju Are you afraid that your job is at risk? Are you stagnating in your career and your future in your industry is now looking doubtful? Are you struggling...

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Digital Freelancing Guide

Digital Freelancing Guide

[eBook] Digital Freelancing: 7 Freelancing Opportunities in Digital Marketing October 15, 2020 by Deepak Kanakaraju Are you afraid that your job is at risk? Are you stagnating in your career and your future in your industry is now looking doubtful? Are you struggling to get a salary revision and hesitate to demand it during such tough times? Do you want a steady source of income so that you can have mental peace and a feeling of safety and security? [Download this in eBook Format] If you have answered “yes” to any of the questions above, then this article will change your life. In this article, we are going to talk about Digital Freelancing. By the end of this article, you will have a clear idea about the opportunities in freelancing and how you can take a plunge into becoming your own boss by the end of 2020 (and hopefully fire your boss and get freedom from the rat race). Most of the freelancing opportunities mentioned in this article can be done on the side while you are doing your job. A side hustle is very important because you never know when you might get laid off. Before we get into the different ways to earn money as a freelancer, let’s talk about why Freelancing is important, what is digital freelancing and how you should approach the transition.       Digital Freelancing vs. “Real Jobs?” 10 years back the term freelancer was not very popular. If you walked into a party and introduced yourself as a freelancer, people wouldn’t be looking up to you. In fact, people would think that you are unemployed and are a freelancer only because you didn’t get a “real job”. It might even be difficult to find a girlfriend (or boyfriend) or get married because people would think that freelancers do not have a “secure job”. Fast forward to 2020, the world has changed upside down. The people who took pride in having “real jobs” are now searching online on how to become a freelancer (and you could be one of them). The so-called “real jobs” are more insecure than ever. The pandemic of 2020 has revealed the harsh truth to all of us – the government will not take care of us, nor the company that we spent years working for. Friends and extended family can give us moral support, but they can’t support us financially. You have to take care of yourself and your immediate family. The people who are managing to retain their jobs in corporations are feeling a lot of work pressure (esp. trying to work from home) and have stressful relationships with their bosses and co-workers. Many are asked to work for longer hours. Many companies have also blamed the pandemic to cut salaries – sometimes as much as half. Senior-level jobs (esp managerial jobs) are easily replaceable with young (single) talent who do not demand much in terms of monetary benefits. Now more than ever, people are turning to other sources of income (mostly from the internet). People want to earn while working from home – while staying close with their family and staying safe at home. There are many ways to earn money apart from a full-time job, but many of the opportunities are not suitable for most people. Let’s first have a look at what you shouldn’t be doing before we talk about the different freelancing opportunities. What I do not Recommend (to start with) Here are some of the opportunities that make the headlines but are not suitable for certain reasons: Social Media Influencer: Too much noise on social media. Being an Instagram or YouTube influencer is good for popularity and fame but not so much for a steady dependable source of income. Blogging: Writing is a great way to build your personal brand. But writing is a path to build a company, a career, or starting up. Writing alone cannot bring in the money if you are writing for your own blog. Blogging is a content marketing method, not a money-making method. Stock Market Trading: Don’t be a fool to think you can game the markets and make money in the short term. The stock market is a way to hold money in the long term and get good returns. It’s an investment option, not a money-making method. Certainly not a dependable one. Becoming a Mentor/Trainer/Coach: Being a digital mentor can be extremely profitable, but no one can teach something to someone without doing it themselves. A lot of “fake gurus” have appeared in the market out of nowhere claiming to teach something that they have no experience in. They just read a book or do a course, and then jump into teaching directly. Such opportunities are short-lived and borderline scams. Digital Mentoring is a great opportunity but in the later stages of your career, not right now. Book Publishing: Same as blogging. Great for personal branding. Not for making money through sales of books. Authors hardly make money from royalties. Multi-Level-Marketing: Get out of here. Starting up an Agency or a SaaS Company: You cannot startup and expect the market to buy your products right away. It’s a journey from freelancing, to blogging and personal...

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