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I do all things Web development


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About Me

I'm Andy

A Web Developer

Based in Sydney,Australia

Hi! My name is Andy Jones, and I'm I am a Web Developer and Digital Marketing Specialist based in Sydney Australia. Originally from the UK, I have been honing my skills down under for the last 13 years.

Working on all things Web I have spent a large time working on and with Facebook and Google products from Marketing to SEO. The digital world is my happy place, where no two days are the same and it never sits still for long. I am powered by my passion for coffee and Jiu Jitsu.

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My Skills

If You Can dream it
I Can build it

With my experience across web development and digital marketing I have a unique view of being able to make both work in harmony, add in measurement and tracking and the circle is complete.

Website Development86%
Google Analytics90%
  • What I Do

    My Services

    I offer high quality services for all digital environments. My main goal is customer satisfaction, which I obtain through aligning with my clients goals with ongoing service and support.

  • Service

    Website Development

    Starts from POA

    Having a website gives you the ability to reach customers from all over the globe. In this day and age, if you don't have a web presence you don't exist.

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    Web Development

    Starts from POA

    In today’s digital world, your website is the first interaction consumers have with your business. That'swhy almost 95 percent of a user’s first impression relates to web. It’s also why a clean web design can have an immense impact on your company’sbottom line.

    That’s why more companies are not only reevaluating their website’s design but also the user experience and web speed.

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    Digital Marketing

    Starts from Based on spend

    Digital marketing, also sometimes referred to as online marketing, is all about using digital channels to promote or sell products and services.

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    Digital marketing & Analytics

    Based on Spend POA

    Digital marketing, also sometimes referred to as online marketing, is all about using digital channels to promote or sell products and services. This can take many forms, including:

    Websites: A company website is a hub for all things related to the brand. It contains information about the company, its products or services, and often includes a blog with valuable content to attract potential customers.

    Social media: Social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. are used to connect with potential and current customers and build brand awareness.

    Search engine optimization (SEO): This involves optimizing a website and its content to rank higher in search engine results pages (SERPs) for relevant keywords. This increases the likelihood of people finding the website when they search online.

    Search engine marketing (SEM): This involves paid advertising on search engines like Google or Bing. Advertisers can bid on keywords and their ads will appear at the top of the search results page when those keywords are searched.

    Email marketing: Sending emails to a list of subscribers to promote products, services, or share company news.

    Content marketing: Creating and sharing valuable content, such as blog posts, articles, infographics, or videos, to attract and engage a target audience.

    Digital marketing is constantly evolving as new technologies and platforms emerge. However, the core principle remains the same: using digital channels to reach and connect with potential customers.

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    Web Hosting & Domains

    Starts from $15

    Fast, Reliable, and Secure Web Hosting Plans. Get your idea or business online with Australia's most trusted web hosting provider, backed by an award-winning Australian support team.

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    Web Hosting & Domains

    Starts from $15


    Imagine your website is a house, and all the information, code, and files that make it work are the furniture and belongings inside. Web hosting is like renting space on a big piece of land with a giant building (like a server) to store all your house's stuff. This way, people can visit your "house" (website) on the internet and see everything you put there.

    Here's a breakdown of how web hosting works:

    You rent space on a server: When you sign up for a web hosting plan, you're essentially renting a designated area on the server to store your website's files.

    Your website becomes accessible:We makes sure your website's files are always available and reachable whenever someone types in your website address (domain name) in their browser.

    We have different types of web hosting plans, depending on your website's needs. Just ask

    Domain Names

    A domain name is essentially the address of your website on the internet. It's the human-readable name that people type into their web browser address bar to find your website. For instance, Google's domain name is "google.com".

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    Hubspot Set up & Management

    My HubSpot setup insists of configuring and customizing HubSpot to meet the specific needs and goals of your business. This involves integrating HubSpot's various tools and features (e.g., CRM, marketing automation, sales, customer service) into a cohesive system that streamlines operations and enhances customer experiences.

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    Hubspot Set up & Management

    Here's a breakdown of what a typical HubSpot setup

    Account Creation and Initial Configuration

    CRM Setup and Data Import

    Marketing Automation Setup

    Sales Enablement Setup

    Customer Service Setup

    Integrations and Customizations

    Ongoing Optimization and Maintenance

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Get to Know Me

My Resume

I enjoy every aspect of the web, from websites to digital marketing, measurement and tracking.

  • Education

    • High School GCSE (UK)

      Nunnerywood High School
      1992 - 1997

      Aali is a leading web design agency with an award-winning design

    • Cert 3 & 4 Web development

      Tafe St Leonards
      2010 - 2011

      Taking my first steps into the world of web at 29 years old.

    • Diploma In Web Development

      Tafe St Leonards
      2011 - 2012

      Learing the foundations of programing and web development, both front and back end.

  • Experience

    • Web Project Manager

      2020 - current

      Running web and tracking projects, across Google & Facebook

    • Digital Producer

      McKenzie Partners
      2016 - 2020

      Running the digtail & web departments, managing tracking and web development

    • Digital Manager

      Reader's Digest
      2013 - 2016

      Managing all aspects of digital advertising for Asia Pacific

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What People Say

Latest Updates

From My Blog

We offer high quality products for competitive prices. Our main goal is customer satisfaction

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    In the digital age, where technology and connectivity reign supreme, having a robust online presence is no longer a luxury but a necessity for businesses of all sizes. At the heart of this digital landscape lies the cornerstone of an organization's online identity: the website. A website serves as the virtual storefront, the digital business card, and the primary point of interaction with customers in today's interconnected world. Let's delve into the pivotal role that a website plays in the success and growth of a modern business.

    1. First Impressions Matter In a world where consumers are increasingly turning to the internet to research products and services, a well-designed website is often the first point of contact between a business and its potential customers. Just as a physical storefront should be inviting and visually appealing, a website must captivate visitors from the moment they land on the homepage. A professional, user-friendly interface instills confidence in the brand and sets the stage for a positive user experience.

    2. 24/7 Accessibility Unlike traditional brick-and-mortar establishments with fixed operating hours, a website is accessible to potential customers around the clock, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Whether it's a bustling Monday morning or a quiet Sunday evening, individuals can access information about products and services, make purchases, or reach out for support at their convenience. This accessibility enhances customer satisfaction and expands the business's reach beyond geographical boundaries.

    3. Credibility and Trustworthiness In an era where trust and credibility are paramount, a professionally designed website lends legitimacy to a business. A polished online presence instills confidence in potential customers, signaling that the company is established, reliable, and committed to delivering quality products or services. Testimonials, customer reviews, and industry certifications showcased on the website further reinforce the business's credibility, helping to foster trust and loyalty among visitors.

    4. Cost-Effective Marketing Tool Compared to traditional forms of advertising such as print media or television commercials, a website offers a cost-effective platform for marketing and promotion. Through search engine optimization (SEO), social media integration, and content marketing strategies, businesses can increase their online visibility and attract targeted traffic to their website. Additionally, email marketing campaigns, blog posts, and multimedia content can be leveraged to engage with existing customers and cultivate new leads, driving sustained growth and profitability.

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    In today's mobile-first world, it's natural to wonder if your business needs a mobile app. Apps can offer a range of benefits, from boosting customer engagement to streamlining operations. But before you dive headfirst into app development, consider whether it's the right fit for your business.

    Signs You Do Need a Mobile App:

    Mobile-Centric Industry: If your target audience spends most of their time on mobile devices and your competitors have successful apps, you might be missing out without one. For example, a clothing store or food delivery service can leverage the convenience of mobile apps for browsing, ordering, and loyalty programs.

    Enhanced Functionality: Can an app significantly improve the way your customers interact with your business? Imagine a fitness studio offering workout videos and class scheduling or a plumber enabling appointment booking and service requests directly through an app.

    Unique Value Proposition: Does your business offer a one-of-a-kind service or product that an app can uniquely deliver? Think about a language learning app or a mobile game that complements your brand.

    Consider a Mobile-Friendly Website Instead:

    Limited Budget: Developing and maintaining a high-quality app can be expensive. If your resources are stretched thin, a mobile-friendly website might be a better initial investment.

    Simple Business Model: If your business primarily involves showcasing information or processing straightforward transactions, a mobile-friendly website can effectively serve your needs. For instance, a local bakery might simply need a website to display menus and location details.

    Niche Audience: If your target market is limited, the cost of app development might outweigh the potential benefits.

    The Takeaway:

    Mobile apps can be powerful tools, but they're not a one-size-fits-all solution. Carefully analyze your target audience, budget, and business goals before making the decision. In some cases, a well-designed mobile website might be sufficient. Ultimately, the key is to provide a seamless and user-friendly experience for your customers, regardless of the platform.

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