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In this age of digitalisation, a company without having a website is like a car without its wheels. You can’t let your prospects avail services from the competitors. To make sure that you are in the game and playing your cards wisely, you need to lay a strong foundation. And, a website is one of such pivotal pillars which helps you do that…

Therefore, we never take web designing for granted. In fact, the coders and web designers work enthusiastically to achieve a common goal – to make your website a realistic view of what your company does. Apart from this, we also assure that your website comprises of all the right tools and parameters to achieve remarkable rankings on search engines.

It is due to the reason we cater all major eCommerce and Content Management Systems including WordPress, WooCommerce, Shopify, Opencart etc.

So, what are you waiting for? If your brand means everything to you, contact us to accomplish all your goals.


Benefits of having a website for business in South Africa:

In this day and age in South Africa, digital tech is changing how we live & work. It is alarming to know that very few small business owners have a website. Having a website or e-commerce website (online store) is easier than ever: it doesn’t cost much money, you don’t have to know how to code or design, your online store is not restricted to business hours, and it’s one of the best means of free 24/7 advertising.

Having a small business website is about providing something of value to new and old customers. Unless you’re a small business owner who is not interested in growing your brand, you need to have a website.

1. Improves your business credibility:

Now more than ever in South Africa, your customers expect to be able to find information about your company online. In fact, most consumers do research online before they make a purchase, even if it’s to buy something or find out something from their local shop. If you don’t have a website, you’re sending a message that your business has not grasped the modern era, or that you’re not interested in finding new customers—and neither of these are messages that you probably want to be sending.

Customers don’t need a lot of info or a complicated, multi-page encyclopedia about you. Just a few simple pages are usually more than enough, as long as it has basic information that’s tailored to their needs and very easy to find. And, most importantly, it should be accurate and up-to-date, since out of date info is one of people’s top irritations when it comes to using local business websites.

2. Builds Your Business.

Let us take you back, before 2004, websites were used primarily for marketing and informational purposes. A website functioned more like a brochure; you put one up to stay ahead of the competition. But there wasn’t much thought and purpose behind the content. Now let us jump forward to today, with the growth of the Internet, the influence of social media and the popularity of mobile devices, a website has become a crucial tool to build your business.

  1. Share Your Story – According to Nobel Prize-winning psychiatrist Daniel Kahneman, consumers patronize brands they can align their values with. A website is a great way to share your story; tell your audience why you started this business, your goals and what you hope to accomplish with it.
  2. Get Clients – It’s not enough to have a rock star online profile. 40% of clients prefer to deal with businesses that have websites. By contrast, only 20% will work with businesses without websites. A website gives you the platform to highlight your experience and expertise.
  3. Find Your Team – Are you looking for people to help you run your business? Set up a Career page in your website where prospective candidates can fill out an application form and attach their resume. Post your job requirement in social media and link it back to your website. You should have a good number of candidates in no time!

3. Enhance Your Businesses Online Presence:

Here’s a stat that will blow your mind:

Of the 7.4 Billion people in this world, 3.5 Billion people or 47% are online every day. In South Africa, of the 56 million people, 29 million people or 52% make use of the internet. They are searching for information, sharing on social media or shopping on e-commerce websites. This number is expected to grow as the world becomes increasingly dependent on mobile technology to search the Internet. Today there are an estimated 2.3 Billion smartphones worldwide. But in 2022, the total number of smartphones is expected to hit 9.1 Billion.

If your small business does not have a website, you will be undermining its ability to generate income. And not just any website; but a mobile responsive website, one that can be accessed by mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Statistically, 75% of online traffic comes from mobile devices in South Africa. A mobile responsive website will help you capitalize on the opportunities available on the Internet through the following ways:

  1. Improve Search Rankings (SEO) – By optimizing your web pages, this makes it easier for people to find your content or website.
  2. Content Distribution – Create relevant, unique and usable content and distribute them through different channels such as social media and blog sites. People who love your content would want to know more about your business and visit your website.
  3. A Website is open 24/7 – Unlike a normal brick- and- mortar business that operates 9- to- 5, a website never closes shop. It is open 24/7, even on holidays. Giving customers access to your business anytime and from anywhere.
  4. Creating Business Flexibility – If you don’t want to miss out on opportunities, outsource customer service and have your agents manage all concerns and inquiries via chat or e-mail support at your website.

4. Build Strong Online Relationships

A business by definition is a living, breathing entity. Loyalty is achieved when customers know they are dealing with a company that understands their needs and not just a company that wants to profit.

  1. Let the Market Know “Who You Are”. Outside the Home and About Us pages, you can set up a blog page where you can share your thoughts and ideas with your audience.
  2. Address the Needs of Your Market. Invite your audience to engage you by encouraging them to post comments on your blogs. Embed survey forms and ask your audience to participate and convey their needs.
  3. Educate the Market of Your Business. Utilize the 80-20 Rule; 80% of your content should be usable or relevant to the needs of your audience while 20% should educate them about your business.
  4. Improve Customer Service. In addition to e-mail, social media, mobile and landline, install chat support as the 5th avenue for customer service. This will give your end-users more options to relay concerns and inquiries.

5. Efficient Business Promotion.

If you are still using traditional forms of marketing, you are wasting valuable resources, time and money. Traditional forms include press releases, print ads, flyers and distribution Point- of- Purchase materials. While still popular, traditional methods cost more money and cover less ground. It is also unsustainable; flyers, posters, print ads and press releases usually end up in the trash can.

Online marketing is faster, more efficient and inexpensive. There are many tools and techniques that you can use for online marketing but without a website, these strategies will fall short. Think of the website as the sun with these digital marketing tools as the planets revolving around it. These digital marketing efforts create inbound avenues to a specific destination which will be your businesses website.

Among the most popular online marketing tools that you can use to create inbound traffic to your website:

    • Social Media – Of the 3.5 Billion people online every day, 2.34 Billion or 67% are on social media.
    • Blogging – Companies that blogged 16 times a month received 4.5 times more leads than those that blogged 0-4 posts per month.
    • E-mail Marketing – E-mail marketing is 40 times more effective in acquiring customers than Facebook.
    • Use Videos – Embed a video on your Home page. A video can deliver your messaging content faster and more efficiently than text. Video on a landing page can increase conversion rates by 80%.
    • Finally, online marketing is a sustainable process. Your content will not go to waste. You can easily update it and reuse after a few months.

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We are a team of creative thinkers, passionate designers, crazy developers, and enthusiastic marketers. These are the people who have become our identity, our strength, and the reason to be known as the best. However, initially, it was not easy. It has been one amazing journey that transformed us over the years and helped maintain this remarkable reputation.

We started off as a small creative agency but the plans were always big. There was always a need for an effortless graphic design agency that could innovate splendid quality of visuals in market competitive prices. This led us to form Sanic Designs, which is now recognized for its customer-centric design approach.

Sanic designs is established with the purpose of catering the needs of small-to-medium-sized businesses, who want to step ahead of their competitors with an impactful corporate identity. For those of you who are not aware, Sanic Designs is a subsidiary of QousQazah, which covers the African region and assists public and private organisations in grabbing attention through stunning visuals.

Similarly, Sanic Designs solely targets the African region and makes sure that whoever is willing to avail graphic design services from the agency, gets satisfied with the end results.

So, whether you are starting up a new company, or eagerly want to redefine your brand identity, Sanic Designs is here to make all your dreams come true.

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