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£107bn predicted online spend in 2014. Will your business get its share?

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Whether you provide goods or services, this internet spending boom could mean a significant increase in business, providing your website works well and is easy to find.

New figures show just how much money customers are now spending without even stepping foot inside a store, and experts predict this online spending will rocket even faster in 2014.

The figures, from the IMRG-Capgemini eRetail Sales Index, show a staggering £97bn was spent online last year, with this expected to be more like £107bn in 2014.

Mobiles and tablets are being used for around 27% of this spending, worth around £3bn. This is a growth of 138% from the previous year.

IMRG chief information officer Tina Spooner said: ”With online shopping having become part of our everyday lives, the growth levels we are seeing in the e-retail market won’t be slowing down any time soon.”

Mark Lewis, online director at John Lewis, said: “Online now accounts for around 30% of overall sales, up from 25% in 2012.

“Our customers continue to evolve how they shop, and are increasingly blending stores, online and mobile devices.”

The message is simple, your business simply can’t afford to be left behind in the e-retail market any more.

Infoserve specialises in creating bespoke quality websites at affordable prices along with a variety of products and packages to increase and improve your presence online.

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If you want to capitalise on this online spending boom Infoserve is offering a FREE £50 voucher to use on your next order.  The voucher can be used on a wide range of Infoserve products, including bespoke websites, Yahoo!Local listings, social media packages and Cityvisitor listings.

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It’s time to get trendy

Tuesday, 28 January 2014

No, we’re not talking about whether black is in or out or whether you should be wearing drainpipes or flares, we’re talking about internet trending.

Facebook has now made it easier for you to keep in the know, with its new Trending product.

The Trending list appears on the right hand of your news feed on Facebook and allows you to see what the most popular topics worldwide and within your world at any one time.

Chris Struhar, from Facebook, explains: “The list is personalised, including topics based on things you’re interested in and what is trending across Facebook overall.

“Each topic is accompanied by a headline that briefly explains why it is trending. You can click on any headline to see the most interesting posts from your friends or Pages that are talking about that particular topic.”

This is similar to Trends and hashtags on Twitter. But how is all this useful to your business?

Knowing what makes people tick is a valuable piece of information and can help you make the most of your own internet presence.

You can also cash in (or hashtag in) on popular subjects if they have any relevance to your product or business. For example, as I write, one trend is a news story about an underground station control room being flooded by quick setting concrete. If your business sells building materials, this could be a publicity godsend.

So, keep an eye on those trends as you go about your daily business and take advantage of them whenever you can.

It’s New Year’s resolution time

Wednesday, 8 January 2014

We all know we should be eating less rubbish, going to the gym more, drinking less alcohol etc, but what New Year’s resolutions should we be making in the workplace.

In terms of our marketing goals, there are plenty of predictions out there concerning trends for 2014, but one that sticks out is content, content, content (okay that’s three).

Most online marketing experts agree that businesses will need to fine-tune their content this year to make the most of their social media and online presence.

Content needs to be relevant to what audiences are really searching for online. It won’t just be about keywords, but about what useful and interesting information you are actually providing.

It’s not all about the words though. Visual content is said to be gaining more influence. So making sure your content looks great is going to be important as well.

Mobile phones will also of course be increasingly important in people’s lives in 2014. This means your website and its content need to translate well onto a mobile or tablet screen. Strong use of social media is also another way of reaching your audiences via their mobile devices.

Granted, that’s a lot to think about all in one go, especially when you are going through your paces on the running machine and drinking a smoothie at the same time!

But don’t forget, experts at Infoserve can provide all the help you need to get your online presence in order for 2014.

One week window to help your business shine

Thursday, 24 October 2013

What use is a website that doesn’t do its job? To get the full potential from your online presence, you need to make the right impression within seconds.

Your website should draw customers in, engage, grab attention, strengthen your brand and lead to real profits.

Professional designers at Infoserve know just how to do all those things at once and can produce a website for you that really delivers for just £499. This offer is only available for one more week, so don’t allow your business to lose out.

The £499 website design service means you can get a bigger return for your business for even less investment, but only if ordered before October 31.

A well designed website will reflect the uniqueness of your business, increase traffic, generate revenue through e-commerce, improve brand awareness and generate leads.

For just £499 you will get a professionally designed three-page website with images, SEO copy writing, a content management system, domain registration and 12 months’ hosting.

Other optional extras available on your bespoke website include booking forms, additional pages, availability, calendars, social media feeds, special offers and galleries.

So if your website is out of date, hard to navigate, unappealing, unengaging or fails to reflect your business, or if you still have to create an online platform, this package will ensure you get the solution you need.

Infoserve’s designers have been helping businesses for 14 years and know how to make your website work for you.

Call FREE on 0800 089 0869 to order your bespoke website solution before October 31.  Take a look at some of the bespoke websites Infoserve has produced for clients here.

Social media patterns are paved with gold

Thursday, 24 October 2013

Statistics on the way we use social media are like gold dust for businesses, providing a fascinating insight into the minds of thousands of potential customers.

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The number one question for many businesses is: how do I grab the attention of the public? Looking at the way people interact on social media platforms can provide clues.

For example, Facebook, used by around 27 million Britons every month, reports that an average of one in five minutes spent online is on Facebook. It also reports 30% of its users are over 50, 45% between 25 and 50 and 25% under 25.

Viewing Facebook on mobile phones peaks around midday, while tablets are used mostly at night. A survey of users found 16% had made a purchase through Facebook, 23% tried a new bar and 36% listened to music.

Small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) may be very interested in Twitter statistics. A staggering 73% follow a business because they want updates on future products, while 61% follow because so they can give feedback and ideas. A huge 86% of followers are more likely to use a small or medium sized business (SMB) if it has been recommended by a friend.

According to research by firm Trendstream, Google + usage now accounts for 25% of internet usage worldwide. The popularity of this platform is growing, with a reported 40% of marketers using it and planning to increase their activity in future months.

Our love affair with You Tube continues, and this platform now boasts more than one billion unique visitors every month. Over 6 billion hours of You Tube footage is watched globally every month. The impressive statistics go on and prove this is definitely one platform you can’t afford to ignore.

LinkedIn now has more than 238 million members in over 200 countries and territories, with more than two new members reportedly signing up every second. It is used by individuals and businesses looking to connect on a professional level, with its fastest growing demographic being students and recent college graduates (around 30 million members).