Blog 2018-06-06T10:30:57+10:00

How well do you know your Website Audience | Google Analytics

By | August 23rd, 2018|Categories: Analytics, Google, Small Business Digital Marketing, Websites|Tags: , |

How well do you know your Website Audience? | Google Analytics - Audience Reports There are so many reports available in your Google Analytics dashboard but [...]

How to get your customer’s attention online? | Content Marketing

By | August 15th, 2018|Categories: Business Blog, SEO, Small Business Digital Marketing|Tags: , |

How to grab your customer’s attention online? In a busy and in a somewhat over-crowded online world, how do you stand out and grab your ideal [...]

Inside your Google Analytics Reports

By | August 6th, 2018|Categories: Analytics, Digital Goals, Google, Small Business Digital Marketing, Websites|Tags: , , , |

Your Google Analytics Reports - What are they? Let’s have a quick look at the different types of reports available on your Google Analytics dashboard. This [...]

Tips to setting up Google Analytics

By | August 5th, 2018|Categories: Analytics, Google, Small Business Digital Marketing|Tags: , , |

Simple Steps to setting up Google Analytics You can group all your Google Analytic accounts under a structure called an Organisation, which is optional. This allows [...]

Why business owners should be familiar with Google Analytics?

By | August 2nd, 2018|Categories: Analytics, Google, Small Business Digital Marketing|Tags: , , |

What is Google Analytics? To keep it simple, Google analytics is a data tool you can use to analyse data about your business. It gives you [...]

Why small business owners should know about Digital Analytics?

By | July 31st, 2018|Categories: Analytics, Google, Small Business Digital Marketing|Tags: , , , |

Why every business should know digital analytics to truly understand customer's online behaviour. These days it’s important to understand how people behave before they purchase things [...]


Inbound Marketing is marketing focused on getting found by customers. It’s customer-focused. It’s helpful. Inbound is about being a part of the conversation. Being a part of that conversation means sharing helpful, relevant content with the world. It’s about drawing people in -- that’s why it’s called Inbound, after all. And most of all, it’s about creating marketing that people love.


Starting at the beginning, you’ll need to attract strangers to your site, turning them into visitors to becoming prospects. Some of the most important tools to attract new users are blogging, optimising your website, and social media. In today’s world, buyers have all the power. What about the last time you made a purchase? Did you call up sales asking to buy? Or did you hop online and do some research?


Once you’ve attracted new visitors, the next step is to nurture some of them into leads by gathering their contact information, and in return for content engagement and education. Things like eBooks, Whitepapers, videos, blog posts, SlideShares and more. Whatever information or content would be interesting, useful and valuable to your prospects. One of education and empowerment.


Now that you’ve attracted the right visitors and nurtured the right leads with engaging content, it’s time to transform those leads into customers. In the Close stage (converting leads into customers or clients) tools like email and a Customer Relationship Management system (CRM) can be used to help sell to the right leads at the right time. Knowing who your Buyer Personas helps with the conversion.


Inbound is all about providing remarkable content to your users, whether they’re visitors, leads, or existing customers. Just because someone is already a customer doesn’t mean that you can forget about them! Inbound companies continue to delight and engage their customer base, turning them into happy promoters of the products and services they love. It's about creating marketing people love.