Cultivate Digital

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596 North Road Ormond 3204 Melbourne, VIC
Phone: (130) 050-2466

Ways to keep your business running while we’re in lock down

1. Shopping cart

There are many e-commerce solutions, the main options being Woocommerce/wordpress, Shopify and Magento.

2. Zoom

Zoom seems to be the leader, at least at the moment, for taking normal face-to-face meetings online. With features such as mult-screen and multi-user viewing, whiteboard for drawing and options for vitual backgrounds, it is a necessity to access this for many industries. You can also screenshare to view pdfs, websites and much more.

3. Learning Management Systems

Say you wanted to take your Yoga studio or Gym online. Well LMS or Learning Management Systems are the key. Sensei and LearningDash are probably 2 of the bigger LMS out there.

They allow you to create courses, videos, quizzes and much more to take your studio online.

4. Marketing

Now more than ever customers are searching online. SEO is still the biggest source of potential customers with Google Ads a close second. However, don’t forget the importance of Social Media. Whilst it is still more about branding, social marketing can bring in truly targeted focused leads.

Here’s Who Runs The Show: Paul Wagstaff

A website developer and a business owner since 2004. Cultivate Digital is a boutique web design studio located in Melbourne, Australia and is now a top 5 rated web design agency in Google.

Paul has a lifelong passion for building things online and applies a high quality ethic to every project he takes on.

He is also an incredibly dedicated business partner who loves helping small businesses get online in record time with a minimum of fuss. He works with his clients personally and the reviews prove how much his clients appreciate his down to earth, honest and transparent approach.

When Paul isn’t working, you may find him exploring the moon through his 12 inch Telescope, reading a good book, or listening to Dr Karl and other science podcasts.