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Web Development Company Spanky Media, updates inventory of products and services to cater to local businesses and help their website gain more leverage in the digital marketing world.
Perth, Western Australia (PRWEB) July 02, 2012
Spanky Media, a leading website development company in Australia, has announced that it actively participates in helping businesses grow through enhancing their roster of products and services, and utilising unique and enhanced WordPress development themes in order to create effective web traffic and income-generating websites for small online entrepreneurs.
The Growth Partnership Company, Frost & Sullivan claimed that online retail in Australia has never been more robust and there are a lot of budding entrepreneurs who opt to establish their own brand online. The results of their study conducted on 2011 showed that online purchases in the country is expected to have reached an outrageous amount of $13.6 billion AUD which will likely doubled over the next year.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) partner Stuart Harker foresees that online shopping will be more popular than traditional retail over the next four years. Harker said, “Over the next four years we think that consumers - and what our research has shown - is that'll continue to grow as the consumer looks for value, and they like the convenience and they like the ability to buy products from anywhere at anytime." He also noted that local retailers, in order to keep up with their online competitors, need to establish their businesses over the Internet. PwC is a global professional firm that provides market analysis research.
In addition, the CEO of Australian multinational web hosting company Mind Your Own Business, Tim Reed, noted that there is a presence of “burgeoning numbers of Aussie business getting online”. These claims were confirmed through the study conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics which indicated, that there is an increase of about 34% of business establishments that opted to operate online since 2003.
Spanky Media helps entrepreneurs embarking in online retailing by using effective web design and web development strategies to apply in promoting a particular business over the World Wide Web. Spanky Media is adept in creating attractive and SEO-ready websites using effective WordPress themes. Using the most popular blogging platform, WordPress helps online retailers take charge of their websites. Also, this blogging platform offers more benefits as they come with dynamic WordPress development themes.
Experts suggest that small-scale entrepreneurs may have their own online businesses take advantage of the many additional plug-ins in WordPress such as credit card payments, customer forms, comments and newsletter subscriptions for serious online shoppers. Experts added that dynamic WordPress themes and having state-of-the-art custom design and development are very helpful in gaining website visibility in major search engines. This translates into higher sales leads and revenue even for new and small-time online entrepreneurs. Thus the process of making effective websites becomes less daunting even for first time online entrepreneurs.
Online shopping is a “win-win situation for both retailers and consumers” according to Ruslan Kogan, founder and CEO of Kogan Technologies, Australia’s biggest online electronics devices retailer. And with Spanky Media, small entrepreneurs now have equal leverage with bigger online corporations that have been around in the virtual market for a long time.
As an expert in WordPress development themes, Spanky Media aims to provide affordable yet dynamic WordPress themes that small entrepreneurs can use in order to make their virtual enterprises successful. For more information, give them a call at 1300 729 261 or you can visit their site at http://spankymedia.com.au/.
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