Monday, July 3, 2017

Things learnt (and what not to do... or say) from experience in the skincare and beauty industry

Guy says to his girlfriend who has Eczema... "You've got a cracking body!"

Things learnt (and what not to do... or say) from fourteen months spent marketing B2C and B2B in the local Australian and emerging international skincare and beauty industry.

After managing a local Perth marketing agency it has been nice to work in-house this past year or so in an Australian skincare brand, applying real-world best practice marketing strategy in a fully integrated approach across traditional offline and current online channels.

Branding - brand consistency. The brand is what your consumers say about your business! So go and actually ask and listen to them. Determine your ideal consumer persona profile so you can match the marketing delivery to suit their interests and go to where they hang out so you can engage where it is appropriate and they are ready or wanting to make a purchase decision.

Rebranding is a big decision and don't take it lightly. Learning is an ongoing exercise in refinement and if you measure you can make informed decisions rather than purely emotional or personal preferences that don't align with your ideal client persona. A shorter product and company name makes many things easier!

Compliance is a complex area and important for all members of the sales and marketing team to be on the same page. Creating a set of rules of engagement for the brand which covers local and international regulations for advertising and data management is similar to having a style guide for the business to be consistent and compliant.

So what pay-per-click (PPC) channels did I use?

Google AdWords with remarketing, Facebook Ads, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn Ads. All with highly structured targeting to narrow in to the desired intended audience. Providing reinforcement to other campaign activities and as social supported sales actions.

What were my principle marketing channels and what was my preferred provider tools?

EDMs - eMarketing using MailChimp. MC is so powerful and versatile with quality template management, list building tools (built our B2C list up to 100K active subscribers this year), connects into ecommerce platforms such as BigCommerce, has detailed campaign tracking with ecommerce reports so you can make informed decisions about ROI and the automation tools are very powerful.

FAX - old school but still effective for B2B and the Ozmedia online platform is convenient, cost effective and has some great prospecting lists to increase reach in with this medium particularly for PR.

POSTAL - Direct Marketing to CRM segments with personalisation and strong brand design created awareness and part of the multi-touch point approach to connecting with warm leads and a prospecting CRM database for B2B that I built with over 10K+ leads that was central to the marketing activities.

Did I just do Facebook for my social strategy? No! Though I built a strong, loyal and highly engaged following of 28K+ followers on Facebook who enjoyed sharing their stories and creating genuine positive sentiment towards the brand, and Facebook was certainly the best performer when it comes to ROI in advertising, I still created substantial cross pollination and brand reinforcement across many popular social media channels including; Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Google+ (yes it's still active), Flickr, Tumblr, Ello, Snap, YouTube and Vimeo. This substantially assisted building inbound links to the website for SEO and for search engines to learn about the positive sentiment around the brand. Social assisted sales improve through a commitment to content and engagement within these channels. Preparing a comprehensive library of canned responses to FAQs improves reply response time and ensures consistency to the brand message and style.

Other exciting and highly effective strategies included identifying key influencers across social media channels and collaborating with these as part of content marketing and building inbound links, building a substantial network of bloggers working on creating brand awareness and product testimonials. Positive product reviews are the backbone of generating trust signals for converting new consumers and useful for CRO (Conversion Rate Optimisation) when placed at pivotal points of the sales funnel.

Another CRO tool I implemented quickly was an exit pop within the shopping cart in an attempt to capture consumers abandoning the shopping cart part way through to save the sale which worked very well and was also supported by email automation with follow-ups an hour after leaving the shopping cart and next day with suitable incentives.

Adding an Affiliate Marketing solution integrated with the BigCommerce shopping cart tied into the Key Influencers is a more recent addition to the marketing strategy deployed. It can exponentially grow brand visibility and sales. LeadDymo was my tool of choice and a very powerful affiliate platform to connect, manage, provide a resource library, measure and pay the affiliates.

The tools I used almost daily included; Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premier, After Effects, Acrobat, Google Analytics, AdWords, Hootsuite, and each social media channel app on phone, tablet and desktop, BigCommerce, MailChimp, WordPress and a few others.

It has been a very beneficial experience working hands-on in this industry with B2B and B2C marketing challenges, particularly the opportunity to explore marketing in the Asian pacific region and with China's Tmall, JD and Alibaba shopping channels and WeChat social media, and even the influential Chinese Daigou buyer network.

Anti competitor behaviour, negative SEO attacks, including negative review posting by competitors and other aggressive competitor behaviour is apparent in this industry and requires companies to be vigilant and constantly monitoring their brand mentions and have strategies prepared to deploy rapidly to counter common sniping attacks.

Training and educating the staff on social media, social networking to build contacts and selling to engage in the sales cycle helps to amplify the company's social posting and increase reach. LinkedIn is a powerful B2B channel that many businesses fail to identify and leverage.

Well I hope you found something useful as I did, from this look back across my recent experience. I'm now back into an agency role this Monday with Toby Creative as the Head of Marketing, and I look forward to providing insight, strategy and technical support potentially for your business should you wish to engage.

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Thursday, January 28, 2016

Free Training Courses - New 2016 Marketing Series

Welcome back to 2016, we hope you enjoyed your Christmas break!

Vorian Agency is once again proudly supporting the development of local Perth businesses during 2016, through the provision of 15 business marketing training course topics at no cost for attendees. These two-hour duration training courses held in our West Perth training facility, cover 15 popular marketing topics and are presented by leading marketing specialist Matt Lynch. Designed to enhance your knowledge across a range of marketing disciplines; Matt guides new and established businesses with essential knowledge, useful take-away tips that you can implement straight away, debunks myths, explains terminology and enables you to have informed conversation on what needs to be done with current best practice methodology.

The 2015 series proved very popular, with positive feedback and reviews from participants. It was great to see so many participants come back, time and time again, to attend the other courses on offer, and take advantage of the business networking opportunities.

2016 Course Information is available to view and book online: BOOK ONLINE HERE.

For our regular attendees, there are now two brand new seminar topics added in 2016.

2016 Topics Include:
•MailChimp eNewsletters
•YouTube Video Marketing
•Hootsuite Social Media Management
•Search Engine Optimisation
•Google Analytics
•Google Adwords
•WordPress CMS
•Social Media Crisis Management

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Vorian Agency is ready to assist your business marketing preparations through consulting services, training, strategy, implementation, monitoring and reporting. Preparation is the key to success.

Contact us 1300 100 333 or email for a free no obligation meeting and information on the range of services we offer.

Did you receive our FREE 2016 Vorian Agency Marketing Monthly Calendar Resource? You are welcome to download to use in your planning for 2016 marketing campaigns. This very useful 2016 monthly marketing planner spreadsheet has worksheet tabs set up for each month with columns for the Days of the Week, the Dates, then additional information supplied that includes; WA Public Holidays, WA School Term Dates, and Significant Events/Celebration Dates throughout the year so you can plan your Marketing and Social Media campaign posts.

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Thursday, December 3, 2015

Vorian Agency: Business Marketing Planner for 2016 Free Resource

Business Marketing Planner for 2016 Free Resource

We are pleased to share with you, our FREE Vorian Agency Marketing Planner Resource for 2016 to enable you to plan your seasonal marketing activities across 2016. Download the free Excel spreadsheet here.

This very useful 2016 monthly marketing planner has worksheet tabs set up for each month. Each month has the columns for the Days of the Week, the Dates, then additional information supplied that includes; Western Australian Public Holidays, WA School Term Dates, Significant Events/Celebration Dates so you can plan your Marketing and Social Media campaign posts.

Vorian Agency is supporting local Perth businesses in 2016 through the provision of 16 business marketing training courses at no cost for attendees. These two-hour training sessions covering 16 different popular marketing topics run by General Manager Matt Lynch, have proved to be very popular in 2015, with great feedback and reviews from seminar participants. The dates for each training course are included in our 2016 Marketing Planner Resource, and you can also now view and book your place for any of the 2016 courses online here. There are two brand new seminar topics added in 2016.

December is the perfect time to reflect and analyse your marketing efforts during 2015, and plan for 2016. Vorian Agency is available to assist your business marketing preparations through consulting, analytics review, competitor analysis, preparing annual marketing budget distribution and marketing strategy, campaign and creative design, as well as campaign implementation and reporting. Preparation is key to success.

Contact us on 1300 100 333 or email for more information.

Enjoy your FREE 2016 Vorian Agency Marketing Planner Resource. You are welcome to Forward this to Friends.

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

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Perth website design and development company Star 3 Media, part of Vorian Agency, an integrated marketing agency located in Perth, Western Australia provides quick and cheap marketing solutions for start-ups, home-based, as well as medium sized businesses, to enable you to get online fast, normally within two-weeks, with a new website, micro-site, ecommerce-site or blog-site at the fraction of the cost of traditional custom website packages.

Our cost-effective budget website plans, with a low monthly price, enables you to focus your marketing budget into the online activities that actually drive the Return On Investment necessary to build your business, through creating brand awareness and targeted marketing with SEO, PPC, eMarketing and Social Media options.

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Our job, is to take the work off your hands and load your selected website template with your supplied company logo, images, contact details and content, then take it live online - fast!

WordPress is the preferred CMS platform because it is simple to use. To support your new website we have developed an online WordPress training video series to teach business owners and their staff, how to manage their own WordPress website. We also provide a detailed WordPress Manual as a reference.

So it really couldn't be easier, or quicker, to get a professional online presence for your business up and running today. Then apply all that left over marketing budget to effectively target marketing solutions that drive qualified traffic, by using Adwords, Search Engine Optimisation, eMarketing or Social Media.

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Thursday, November 26, 2015

Preparing a Dark Website for Crisis Management

One of the most common and useful tools in any crisis or emergency communication management strategy is having a ‘dark website’.

Now don’t get confused with the nefarious ‘dark web’, nor the ‘dark side’ and popular Star Wars references. A dark website is a pre-made, non-visible web site that is activated when a crisis or emergency occurs for a company. The site stores written-in-advance information and then provides all the latest information concerning the crisis, along with news releases, company statements and contact information. In the event of an incident the dark site needs to be ready and seen by the public within hours.

Websites, microsites and social media sites are where most people will turn to get the latest information about an event or company. When a crisis hits, a company simply doesn't have time to have their IT team, web designer and marketing team to put a special website together, which could take days or even weeks. At that rate, the company could be out of business before the crisis response website is even launched. Once live, the company's dark site positions the company as the primary source of information about the crisis. It shows that the company is in control and taking responsibility, which generates trust and goodwill.

The advantages of using a dark site includes the ability to post quickly changing information, the availability of an alternate site when a standard site crashes due to too many hits or a malfunctioning server, and the ease with which users can quickly select and prepare documents for uploading.

In a crisis, due to the increasing number of simultaneous web traffic hits spiking in a short period of time, exceeding the capacity of the hosting environment, a website may become unresponsive or crash. If other operations within the business rely on the same website hosting environment this may have a flow on impact to other business functions. Understanding the current primary website hosting, redundancy, fail-over as well as what load testing has been previously performed to confirm maximum performance thresholds is important.

Having the dark site hosted on alternative servers to the current site is an option, so that when the existing site is not accessible, viewers can be easily re-directed to this other server. The process of 'redirecting' has to be looked at in regards to the management of the DNS (Domain Name Server) for the current site, if considering updating the DNS to reflect a new IP address (Time delays through DNS propagation may be a concern... as some DNS propagation can take 24hrs), so alternative domain name pointing methods/redirects may need to be considered. Hosting on redundant servers, can be beneficial in any emergency that damages infrastructure. If the client has internal self-hosting rather than a distributed cloud hosting solution, or a redundant data centre approach with fail overs in place - this should always be scoped and confirmed first, as part of the decision making process of which method to select. My own preferred solution involves a symlink on the hosting server, changed to instigate an immediate change to the dark site folder hosted in same environment, taking the current site offline and replacing it without delay to the dark site version. Hosting/IT and access will determine who/how this is performed.

Costs for maintaining a separate web site, domain name management, hosting, and website maintenance updating, need to also be considered as part of the ongoing operational costs when considering a dark site for businesses. Surveys show that for every $1 spent in crisis planning saves $7 during a real crisis. I always remember the quote: ‘Failing to Plan, is Planning to Fail!’

Determining what information, content or functions of the current website are required to still be available in the event of an incident and deployment of a dark site, need to be firstly determined, as this will affect the methodology employed, in either having a separate website, or having a cut down version of the current site in the same location/domain. So, the dark website can either be a separate website with its own URL, a page or pages linked to the company's homepage, or a special design that replaces the company's normal website. If the current website is fit-for-purpose with a clear and efficient CMS publishing process, then urgent content can take over relevant pages at the flick of a switch. This has the added benefit of not panicking customers in unaffected territories (different domain name or design elements), or breaking their user journey. As such, my initial research process would be to determine what web infrastructure is currently in place and if this is suitable to use.

From a brand appearance perspective be mindful to display and demonstrate a clear signal of intent. If the business agrees unanimously that this crisis situation is the only priority right now. The situation is so serious, the product so compromised or the service completely unavailable, then everyone needs to know you are taking this very seriously, and a separate dark site will help convey this properly. A conversational tone of voice, different to the typical corporate brand tone, can also be achieved with a separate dark site.

Dark sites are also useful to establish a distancing strategy. Then, when it’s time to move the conversation on, the dark site and how you refer to it can be a way to digitally compartmentalise.

If the crisis is likely to be long-running, then this is also a determining factor into the method of site deployed. Particularly where the business has a regular wider customer base that expects to find routine business information quickly.

Impact to Search Engines, and 404 error handling (page not found), or redirects (302 Temporary Redirect), need to be considered for the long term implication of brand impact, and organic search results. As taking a website fully offline, and presenting 404 errors will cause degrading results in Search Engines.

Caveats: If a website is taken offline, all online/offline marketing campaigns (Adwords, Social Media, EDMs, Landing Pages, QR codes, Apps, Shortened URLs etc. will no longer work for the period that the site is down.) If a 'Business As Usual' or partial BAU is required during this phase, then consider a home page take-over of the current site, where the home page is replaced with the Dark Site content and internal web page templates are updated with the top header section replaced out with the Dark Site information, and a pointer back to the home page to reference all updates during this time. This means that the remaining body section/content/functions in the site are still available to consumers and won't impact Search Engines, or campaigns. This is an option for discussion and consideration during the scoping phase. Content that is created for the dark site needs to be considered with SEO in mind, to ensure no long term impact to brand terms and what pages should/shouldn't get crawled or indexed by Search Engines.

Design Considerations:

A minimal design helps users find emergency information, since they were not distracted by the wealth of different topics, navigation channels and other visuals present on the day-to-day public web site. The site should contain:
- Available facts about the crisis
- What happened and what specific steps the company is taking to respond.
- Special instructions telling those affected by the crisis what they must or must not do.
- Company background and FAQ.
- Relevant information that promotes a better understanding of what the company does and how the crisis occurred.
- Contact information and email addresses for the news media.
- Statements from the top company officials.
- Contact information for members of the public affected by the crisis (a 24-hour toll-free line is best, along with the company support Twitter feed and the #hashtag for the event so that the conversation can be followed).
- Regular and timely updates. Always engage your community in an authentic manner. Being deceptive in a crisis management situation will get you nowhere.

Clearly one of the most crucial things is to get the social media presence right. Concerned customers or shareholders will probably turn to their own newsfeed of choice, from Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and Instagram. This is where the company also needs to be, telling their side of a story and providing updates in text, images and short films. Have the channels ready for when you need and linked to each clearly from the dark site.

Recruit an external team like Vorian Agency, or form an internal working team that will manage content on the dark site. Responsibilities for this team should include determining policies for developing and updating content on the dark site and choosing criteria for when the site will be activated and made visible to the public. Training of how to perform updates to this selected team should be given, along with a CMS Manual for reference.

Recruiting a technical team that will manage the networks between the dark site and the company's standard site should be considered. Responsibilities for this team should include determining sharing controls (e.g., which staff are allowed access to manage the dark site) and choosing domain names.

Will Multiple Languages be required?

For global multinationals, confirm if the dark site needs to be translated into languages other than English. Using Google Translate with a built-in automatic machine based translator can translate text into 52 languages. Caveat: MBT is not 100% perfect, but it is a reasonable alternative for quick information under extenuating circumstances.

How can Vorian Agency assist you?

- We offer simple template WordPress websites that can be used for the purpose of a separately hosted, different domain name, managed and maintained solution starting from $79+gst per month. This format is reliant on client supplying logo, images, content, and selecting from our range of website template choices.

- For larger clients, custom dark site website solutions are built after consultation which address all of the points noted in the above article. Social Media policy, management, monitoring and support during a crisis event is also available. Contact Vorian Agency on 1300 100 333 or email to arrange a no obligation consultation.

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Which Shopping Cart eCommerce Platform Should You Use?

Although there are literally hundreds of different shopping platforms for online ecommerce, Shopify and BigCommerce are typically considered the two most popular Shopping Carts currently. When a business has a WordPress CMS (Content Management System) we would consider WooCommerce as the preferred solution for the Shopping Cart. This post will focus on the differences between Shopify and WooCommerce specifically.

For getting a store online fast and easy, Shopify delivers. It’s easy to use and you don’t have to worry about maintenance. However there are down sides to consider, as you don’t own the site and the cost of hosting and apps can get expensive over time. Although you can do a lot with Shopify you’re more limited than you are with WooCommerce which scales for more advanced functionality.

Which ecommerce shopping cart is better?

Which would be better for you depends on what you want from your site. Do you want a store only? Do you want to have a powerful blogging platform? Do you want to own your site and have more control? Do you want to not have to worry about site maintenance? It is beneficial having an informed conversation so that you are aware of the options and restrictions each solution offers.

If you want an online store that’s easy to deal with and you’re willing to pay whatever it costs, Shopify is a recommended choice. It’s simple to use, looks great, has excellent e-commerce features, and hosting and maintenance are taken care of. Support is easy to get if you need it and you can expand your store’s features and functions with a large selection of add-ons. The blogging platform has very basic functionality. You can blog there, but it really is weak at best. It can’t be expanded like a WordPress site can and if you decide you want to move it, you will have to copy and paste or use a plugin that requires lots of work setting up every single post. It’s a good choice for just a store, but it’s not a good choice for a website, or a blog that includes a store. For advanced SEO purposes, Shopify has its limitations. It can be pricey, but the cost is clear and up front.

If you want to choose your own hosting company, have full control over your website, and importantly own the site — and you don’t mind the extra work of running a WordPress site, then WooCommerce the ecommerce plugin on WordPress, is the clear choice. A WordPress site powered by WooCommerce will be cheaper and give you more control. The WooCommerce plugin is free and you can choose from literally thousands of themes, both free and premium, that integrate nicely with WooCommerce. It can be added seamlessly to your current WordPress site. Support for your site is not always that easy because it’s an integration of several systems. If you want blogging to be a big part of your site, then WordPress again is the clear winner. Even though the plugin is free, extensions can cost money and you still have the expense of building, running and maintaining a WordPress site, and the total cost is not so clear.

Considering Shopify

The Shopify dashboard is straightforward. There are ways to see information about existing orders, product inventory, and customers.

If you think you will need a lot of third-party extensions, check out competitor BigCommerce, instead. It has a higher price tag, but it comes with more features out of the box and we have a lot of clients who have been using this product successfully, so you may wind up saving money if you plan to use a lot of advanced features in the long run with your online store.

Shopify offers free, attractive, and modern-looking themes in eight different categories. If you want something more sophisticated, you can visit the Shopify Theme Store, which has more than 100 free and premium templates. Some premium templates are pretty expensive, so keep an eye on your total monthly bill, and of course it is more if you were to have a custom theme created.

Google Analytics

Both Shopify and WooCommerce integrates with Google Analytics.

When it comes to performing shopping cart SEO (Search Engine Optimisation); Magento, WooCommerce and Shopify are considered the best shopping cart platforms:

SEO product tags

Optimise your product pages for search engines with product specific meta tags, titles, and URL handles.

The nice part about Shopify is the ability to do POS (Point of Sale) terminal on the iPad, as well as Facebook Shop. You can extend the store with a range of third party apps.

Mobile commerce ready

Your online Shopify store includes a built-in mobile commerce shopping cart. Your customers can browse and buy from your store using any mobile phone or tablet.

Your own domain name

You can use your own domain name, or purchase one through Shopify.

eCommerce Facebook Stores

A particular benefit of Shopify, is their Facebook store which turns your Facebook for business page into an ecommerce platform. Easily display products, promote them on Facebook, and sell them to all your fans.

Note that WooCommerce on WordPress can be used via a Facebook Canvas page with custom design and development integrating your WooCommerce store into the Facebook Business page.

Social Media integration

All Shopify websites include social media integration, such as Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr. Similarly this can be achieved with WordPress and WooCommerce.

Marketing your Shopify store on Google Adwords - Google Product Listings

Businesses can sync their Shopify Store with the Google Merchant Center, simply and easily using a direct, automatic API feed to keep their product listings up-to-date.

Shopify directs customers away from the existing domain to its own payment page ( to process actual payments, which may result in abandoned shopping carts if customers get confused about getting redirected to an unknown site and don't want to proceed.

Shopify by default uses its own payment gateway 'Shopify Payments', as well as PayPal Express Checkout. It can also integrate with 70 other payment gateways. Remember that PayPal also charges its own credit card-transaction fees. If you use Shopify Payments, Shopify waives the transaction fees.

SSL Secure shopping cart

All Shopify credit card and transaction information is protected by the same level of security used by banks: a 256-bit SSL certificate.

Shopify also supports Google Wallet, alternative payment systems such as Dwolla, BitPay, Coinbase, and GoCoin, as well as offline payments such as check, money order, and bank deposits.

You can also set up the store to just authorise payments and manually charge the card when ready.

Abandoned checkout recovery

Recover lost sales on Shopify by automatically sending an email to prospective customers with a link to their abandoned shopping carts, encouraging them to complete their purchase. WooCommerce has a variety of plugins that provide this same functionality on WordPress.

Offer free shipping

Improve your average order size by offering free shipping to your customers. You can choose the price point at which free shipping applies.

Gift cards

Your customers are able to purchase a gift card for someone from your store, or you can use gift cards as store credit.

Inventory management

Manage your entire inventory with Shopify. Track stock counts, and automatically stop selling products when inventory runs out.

There is also integration of Shopify into a site, but really they are stand-alone separate entities:

Accounting/CRM integration

Integration can be done via OneSaas for both Shopify and WooCommerce

In Summary

Shopify and WooCommerce are both great choices that serve different purposes and audiences. Shopify is easy to use and maintenance is taken care of, but it is more limited and gets expensive. WooCommerce is free and flexible, and integrates easily into your WordPress site, which you are completely responsible for. The best choice will depend on the needs of your business.

Please note that Vorian Agency does not provide custom development for Shopify, but will perform Shopify setup and configuration for client projects. Vorian Agency provides full ecommerce integration and custom development for WooCommerce solutions on WordPress.

Perth website design and development company Star 3 Media, part of Vorian Agency, an integrated marketing agency located in Perth, Western Australia. Provides a quick and cheap marketing solution for start-ups, home-based, as well as small to medium businesses, to enable them to get online fast with a new website at the fraction of the cost of traditional custom website packages.

Our cost-effective budget website plans, with a low-cost monthly price, enables your business to focus their marketing budget into the online marketing activities that actually drive the Return On Investment necessary to build your business, through creating brand awareness and targeted marketing with SEO, PPC, eMarketing and Social Marketing options.

Get online right now with Perth website design company Star3 Media - Phone 1300 100 333 or email  

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