Learn how to get the most out of your online business
Small businesses are overlooking potential customers online, as new figures from Research International reveal. According to the research, 40% of small to medium businesses in Australia do not use the internet or email in their work and a further 34% do not have a designated website for their company. The findings also revealed that businesses established for more than 10 years are less likely to have a website (25%) than maturing (32%) or new (36%) businesses.
Don’t be one of those businesses.
It is important for business owners to learn the basic principles of online business, that’s why Nett School is here to help you understand how your business can use various online techniques to achieve some phenomenal outcomes.
What will I learn?
- Learn the basic rules and principles of starting an online business
- How to economically create a great looking site easily whilst freeing yourself from expensive developer fees
- Understanding essential e-commerce principles and elements
- The Science of Search Engines and Search Engine Optimisation – Why you can’t ignore them
- How to use email marketing effectively
- Bringing user interaction into your brand through social media tools
How can Nett School help me?
Creating a successful online business can seem a complex and a time consuming process. Yet, it is possible for all businesses to achieve online success. Nett School is for business owners who are ready to get online or are in need of help to improve an existing site, but not knowing where to start.
If you’re like most people, being forced to read a list of technical specifications and jargon is a better cure for insomnia than a mallet to the skull. But sometimes, choosing the right online services can involve making important business decisions based on concepts and technology outside your comfort zone.
Nett School will introduce to you the concepts, ideas and tools behind all websites – big and small. We will break down everything you need to know in a visual presentation, answer your questions and demonstrate the potential available to everyone in a few simple steps.
You’ll leave the classroom feeling confident and empowered and bursting with ideas.