Profit Angels – Small Business Internet Marketing


We help small businesses get more customers by making them findable on the internet.

So What are QR Codes?

These codes are huge in Japan and taking off in the US. It’s already started in Australia (The Age newspaper has been using them for a few years) and is set to EXPLODE. Now’s your chance to get onto this wave before your competition.

You owe it to your business to implement QR codes to capture your share of the profits. We can get you into the game – contact us NOW before your competitors do.

Check out this video from CBS CNET to learn what they are, but more importantly multitudes of ways they can be used in business.


94% of Australian internet users use Google

80% of users research a product/service online and then purchase offline

86% of internet users search online to find local products and services


92% of all local searches ultimately convert into a sale.

Why? If you’re just after information on a topic, you’re not so much interested in where it comes from as how relevant it is to answering your question. However, if you’re wanting someone to provide a service or product offline (i.e. something that can’t be fulfilled online) then you’re definitely interested in where the service provider is located in relation to you.

So as a business owner it makes sense to at least be visible to these potential customers.


Perhaps you’ve heard of some of the terms bandied about – SEO, PPC, SEM, Adwords – and are feeling a little uncertain about how much there is to learn. The truth is, a lot of people get so caught up in the jargon and fancy labels that they forget that marketing is primarily about attracting the right people to your business – i.e. people who have an interest or need in the product or service you provide, and ideally are ready, or in the process of getting ready, to buy.

So the purpose of online marketing is ultimately no different to any other form of marketing you undertake – whether that be newspaper ads, yellow pages ads, flyers, or sandwich boards. The main difference is that a respectable amount of online marketing can be done for minimal and even no cost. The key is to have a consistent and co-ordinated approach to get your business visible for people looking for what you have to sell.

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Establishment of an online marketing presence, utilising various combinations of websites (new or existing), social media, business directory listings and online classified listings.

We do this by creating professional looking, consistently themed, online content that is designed to get your local business visible on the internet for your customers.

A logical place to start is to think what category(ies) you have (or would have) listed under in the Yellow Pages. From there we can work with you to drill down on some more targeted terms to increase the chances of your online campaign succeeding.


We are not a SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) company, nor are we a web design consultancy. We do not make any representations about getting “number 1 spot on Google”, nor will we build websites with all the bells and whistles. A successful online marketing campaign isn’t about paying huge sums of money to get top ranking on generic terms, nor getting top ranking on some search term that is not relevant to your business – ultimately it is about attracting real, paying customers to contact you and allow you the opportunity to meet their needs.

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