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Welcome Aboard Racenet
XSIT manage all after hours system support.Visit Racenet
XSIT Web Services Sydney
XSIT is a Sydney based studio which caters for small to large businesses. We will develop a reliable and affordable web solution while consulting you throughout the entire process, ensuring we get you online with complete satisfaction as quickly as possible.
You will be in great hands with the team at XSIT who have 20+ years experience in everything web related.
The main services we provide are web design, web development, email and web hosting solutions, eCommerce, search engine optimisation, database management, dns management and email marketing.
XSIT is located in Sutherland Shire in Sydney and our services are also available Australia wide.
Why Your Business Needs To Be Online
1. Your customers expect it.
If this were the only reason on the list, it would be enough. Six out of ten consumers expect brands to provide online content about their business on some form of digital property, and more than half head straight to the brand’s website for product information.
If you don’t have a business website, today’s digital-savvy (and impatient) customers may look elsewhere. Take a look at this list of specifics that customers say they want from a business website.
2. It provides social proof.
90% of consumers claim that online reviews influence their buying decisions.
You could rely on FourSquare, Yelp, and other review sites to host reviews for your brand, but you can kill two birds with one stone on your own website.
Since potential clients are already looking for you online, including customer testimonials on your site, it's a great way to impress potential buyers.
3. You control the narrative.
It’s true that you cannot control what others say about you on social media channels, but you can influence public perception by creating your own story via a business website.
A company blog helps business owners get their message, mission, and personality in front of their target audience faster than print ads or snail mail brochures.
Plus, social icons linking to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other networking platforms make sharing your content easier for your visitors who like what they see.
4. Your competitors all have company websites.
Consumers typically start their buying journey with research and recommendations from peers and social network connections.
Studies show that once a consumer has an idea of what they need or want, they start researching, and 72% of them go online to find educational material, reviews, and testimonials, according to a recent report.
So if you’re not staying competitive with your competition, you’re giving shoppers a reason to buy from another brand.
5. Never put up the ‘closed for business’ sign again.
Nobody wants to work at 3 a.m., but some people like to shop then. Having a business website or ecommerce store means that you can sell products all the time — not simply between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
An online store can mean a dramatic boost in sales, especially when you factor in additional customers who are not restricted by geography. Your online presence also supports marketing campaigns, customer service, client relationship building, brand recognition, and almost every other element of the revenue stream.
Combining your website with marketing tools, like email marketing, helps you reach new customers and generate repeat business.
6. You’ll show up in Google search results.
Consider this: 81% of consumers perform online research before making a purchase. That means they go to Google and type in one or more keywords, like “best landscaper Sydney”.
If you don’t have a website for your business, the chances of showing up on the search engine results page (SERP) are zero. But if you have a website, you can optimize it for search engines, thereby increasing your chances of appearing at the top of Google’s results and getting more visibility with potential customers.
Long-tail keywords, meta descriptions, and titles are just some of the things you can customize on your site to improve your search engine optimization (SEO).