Digital marketing for small businesses
Three out of every four small and medium sized businesses use digital marketing to attract new customers. This is because it is now a necessary part of running a marketing campaign. The internet has changed the marketing industry, making it easier for businesses to find ways to reach customers in new markets than ever before.
The importance of digital marketing
What do you consider to be the most important aspects of digital marketing? What does this have to do with your company? Digital marketing has a myriad of benefits for your company. It can be used to help build brand recognition, increase sales, and attract new customers. Most importantly you can tell people you exist, here's your business and here's what you do.
Digital marketing tips for small businesses
It is no secret that running a small business is a monumental task. It takes a lot of time and effort to keep your business afloat, especially in an era that is digital-centric. With so many digital platforms, the competition fierce with social media, and the potential for increased visibility, here are some digital marketing tips for small businesses!
1. Create a Facebook Page - a business one, don't rely on a personal one
2. Create an Instagram Page - connect it to your facebook account.
3. Get nervenet (that's us) to design and build you a new website.
4. Connect the new website to your social media so you don't have to manage multiple social media accounts.
5. Blog, Blog, Blog
Frustrated by your website ? Don’t have the skills, the resources, the budget or the time to keep your site updated, then let us help you with the nervenet website updating service.
We don’t need to have designed it, built it or even host it.
Simply send us your information and we’ll look after it for you.
We specialise in e-commerce sites, but we have in-house graphic design, so can update any aspect of any website
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Website design and development for a large pharma company in Oxfordshire. The main features of the site were to allow users to register for a trade account or as retail customers. It wasn’t the usual wholesale customer as no minimum purchase is required. Certain products can either be sold exclusively in the UK and some can’t be sold in other countries. The site is responsive to mobile phone users. As part of the e-commerce integration, Google schemas have been created to boost product visibility within shopping channels. It also populates the client's Facebook shop. The website has been built to grow as the product range expands.
We are pleased to say we've finished the RSPCA Coventry and District website. After a lot of work and a few project managers later (their end) and it's live.
The site integrates with their 'shelter manager system' to update the animals for adoption and fostering rather than duplicating information from their system to the website. The blog is the perfect way to promote events and fundraisers.
The site will enable the centre to close the doors on the animal shelter and make viewings by appointment only. Animals up for adoption are stressed by constant visitors and handling by people who didn't before hand if the animal was suitable for them and their environment.