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Results for BCV Accountants Frankston

Friday, November 26th, 2010

Results BCV Accountants Frankston

Online sales forecast to increase by 15%-Are you ready to make the most of online sales?

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

Online shopping

Online sales are forecast to increase by 15%. If you are not already offering products and services online-with Christmas ideas in mind; you are not in a position to gain your share of the 20% of purchases made online this year.

* “We see the reported UK DIGITAL and on-line sales trend purported to have delivered a 20% market share for pure play on-line and bricks and mortar retailers last Christmas being followed in the Australian and New Zealand retail market place Christmas 2010.” (retailalert.com.au)

According to the retail alert group the percentage of online sales in Australia is a long way behind the UK and US:

Within Australia, online sales currently represent just 5.5% of all retail sales, well below levels in the United States and Britain, leaving room for significant growth over the next few years. Current lower levels are partially due to the fact that Australian retailers have been slow to offer online sales.” (*smartcompany.com.au)

According to IBISWorld some of the bigger retailers are getting it right and it is only a matter of time before other Australian retailers catch up:

* “As access to technology improves, and our overall skill in using it grows, IBISWorld is forecasting time-poor bargain hunters will continue to flock to e-tailers to meet their shopping needs. Improvements in online store usability, efficiency, reliability and security are expected to drive growth of 4.7% in 2010, to reach $20 billion – resulting in a 2.9% growth in employment.

If you are looking to build your online business and profit from the huge increase in online sales this Christmas contact Storme Internet Promotion. We can assist you to correctly market your existing website or to build your business from scratch. Basic website starting at $500.

Robyn Biar
Storme Internet Promotions Australia
www.internetpromotion-austraila.com.au

Are you making the most of local traffic and internet marketing?

Sunday, November 21st, 2010

Are you making the most of local traffic and internet marketing?

Contact Storme Internet Promotion to find out how you can capture the local market..

SEO Results in 8 days

Saturday, March 15th, 2008

In eight days the following amazing results were achieved for more visit

6/3/08-0 Results for words searched upon.

14/3/08-13 First Positions, 27 in the top 5, 31 in the top ten, 54 in the top ten, 72 in the top 30 positions for words searched upon and optimised for such as pet sitting frankston, dog walking frankston etc..

Image of results to be added soon…

E-commerce

Saturday, December 15th, 2007

I have a friend named Mike Van Norden (radio publicity genius, you might know of him) who’s a rabid, incurable Van Halen fan, loves Eddie’s wicked guitar.

Finally Mike couldn’t stand it anymore and he dropped a couple grand on a Charvell guitar
and a Peavey 5150 combo amp, just like Eddie Van Halen plays.

Then he hired a guitar teacher for some lessons, one who could play those Van Halen riffs.

He said, “OK bud, I want you to teach me how to play Spanish Fly, Eruption, and The Cradle Will Rock.”

The guy looked at him like he’d just applied for Chief Astronaut on NASA’s next mission to Mars. He said, “Son, it takes a guy 20 years to learn how to play those tunes right. You could learn “Back in Black” in maybe a month… you think you could start with something a little more reasonable… like twelve bar blues or something?”

He tried for awhile, but discouraged and dejected, Mike eventually sold his gear at a pawnshop and went back to just being a fan.

Que Lastima!

The steepest part of any learning curve is the “spending time in the woodshed” part where you’re not even good enough to have fun yet.

The business version of this is wanting to go from zero to ten grand a month in, like, 2 months. It’s an easy story to sell but it doesn’t happen all that often. It’s hard to get excited about $400 a month from your e-commerce biz, but the funny thing is, that may well be the cornerstone of your long-term success.

I want you to guard against that. Celebrate small victories. Make ONE dollar and raise a toast. Then make two.

Perry Marshall