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Joining the Virtual Transaction Revolution?

By July 5, 2019 No Comments


Then, You Need to Know How To!

We can argue that nothing stands still because even as we speak the world and the ground below us is continuously in motion, rotating.

It is allowing us to advance ourselves and our methods to it all.

Making the complete acceptance of this truth, fascinating to life, as we know it.

Right; let’s not speak based on a hypothesis; look at technology, for instance, including the opportunities of existence it affords us.

I mean it’s connected the world in the most renowned way, where the entire concept of time and space have been corrupted.

We can Now be anywhere at any time.

Hence the recent increase in the number of entrepreneurs, who are having a go at starting an online business.

And why wouldn’t they?

It’s never been easier!

Recent research proves that there are more than 1.8 billion business websites on the internet.


With platforms like WordPress and Squarespace, building your website will be a piece of cake!

It can now be done in a matter of hours, and with relatively small budgets.

Yet, to have an attractive, and relatable, website which stands out in a sea of other impressive sites, requires an entirely new ball game.

You’ll have to go above and beyond.

Here we’ve summed up some of the best online business beginner tips out there!

1# It’s All in the Name

The name of your website has to be distinctive, striking, and relevant.

Choosing the company’s name becomes the challenge of all time; because your title should tell your business story.

This should be done with care and precision; after all, it’s where your dreams are born, so brainstorm, and research this part of your business thoroughly.

Factors to Consider When Naming Your Site/Business:

  1. The kind of message you want the name to convey?
  2. What makes it memorable?
  3. What kind of meaning does it have to you and or your potential customers?
  4. This title should short, easy to spell, and catchy.

2# Create Knockout Content

But remember, users, are also looking for authentic and useful content.

In the form of blogs, videos, and other kinds of personalised posts.

To simplify this, create a calendar and determine your publishing days.

It’s simple; your goal is to answer your visitors’ questions and keep them tuned in.

This high-level content will establish your business’ authority within its industry.

3# The Visual Aspect

In recent times visual images have become an essential form of online business content.

However, the effectiveness of this is decided by the clarity and speed in which the images load.

When working on this, use your viewing habits and those of your potential visitors as a benchmark.

Keep it entertaining!

Remember, don’t just post pictures; give your visitors a visual experience.

4# Exist Outside the Walls of Your Website

Magnify your possibilities.

Spread the word and share the gospel!

Using more than just your social media platforms and email lists.

Bring in the creative strategy.

You’ll need to promote the awareness of your new online venture actively, let your presence be felt.

Remember to encourage reviews, because, for example, a single, detailed review which includes crucial factors like pros, cons, overviews, and advice hold Significant influence.

5# Always Over-Deliver

This is what your business is about, excellent product and service.

So wow, your first customers.

Don’t have an exceptional customer experience ranking, have a sweeping one.  The money will follow!

Wrapping It Up

There’s a great deal of thought that goes into building your online business.

So the trick is to give it time, and instead of focusing on ornate web designs, create meaningful, high-quality content and instead.

Represent yourself as a force to be reckoned with, and have the web presence to back it up.

Jandre de Beer

Author Jandre de Beer

In a nutshell... I'm an online marketing expert with an appetite for #entrepreneurship! I'm the Managing Director of Version Eight and a contributing author to Entrepreneurs Mag SA and SME.

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