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    Interesting...may hosting sad diay mo? downtime issues?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam_G View Post
    thnks pud
    i'm sure daghan tao gnhan mg.business ug ilaha pud, kasagaran lng, wla kahibaw asa mg.start and unsay needed. akung perception run sa market, mas sayun ibaligya online. no need for physical space(store), maka.lessen pud sa overhead expenses like kuryente, tigbantay. Mas dghan mn tao connected online. ang exposure nlang ang kulang para makakuha ug traffic sa websites
    there is indeed an advantage in selling your business online since most of the people now have access to the internet compared to say 5 years ago. however, a lot of people are now doing online businesses and if for example karon pa musulod sa online business e.g. selling products/services via Facebook, medyo lisod makahakot ug audience tungod sa ka-saturated sa market. for example, if you search in Facebook for "gadgets for sale", you'll see hundred or thousands of results, and the top pages have thousands or hundreds of thousands of Likes. if for example you decide to go into selling gadgets and your business strategy is just to sell it on Facebook, maglisod jud tungod sa kadaghan na nga namaligya ug sa mga well established nga pages.

    I still believe in the traditional business model. register your business (legally) to DTI, barangay permit, mayor's permit, BIR, etc.
    have an actual store, then kanang online presence, Facebook page, website, etc - extra marketing na lang na siya.
    build-up your brand, invest on your reputation, do aggressive (but not desperate) marketing, and eventually - and with a bit of luck, the business will become successful.

    having a website and social media presence will definitely help in establishing your business, brand, and product and services - and it is where WebsaytNimo comes in to help.
    we can build the website for your business, and we do online marketing so your business reaches more audience, and eventually boost sales.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bricksand View Post
    Interesting...may hosting sad diay mo? downtime issues?
    thanks Bricksand for the question.
    what i meant by "hosting", is website hosting - meaning we have a website builder where people can create their websites, add contents, etc. but won't have "backend" access e.g. access to database, CPanel, or other system admin tools. so our clients won't be worried of the technical stuff, but instead they will be focusing in building and add more contents to their sites.

    for downtime, our hosting/server provider promises a 99.99% uptime. this may be a crazy number - but so far, we haven't experienced any downtime since we started.

    if your business needs specifically a hosting server (either shared or dedicated) where you can have more control of the softwares you install, files you upload, database administration, and other advanced stuff - we can also help you with that.

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    sa akung observation and experience, naay pamaagi sa marketing nga mutagad jud ang customer. I agree, nindut ra sad gihapun ang physical store jud. sometimes ang physical store nga akung pangitaonun kay wlay presence sa web, samot sila kalisud pangitaon. naa puy uban naay website, but dli updated.. lol.. maayu pag wla

    someday cguru, kung mas larger scale na akung kaya, then maybe mg.website.. for now, small time lang sa - small steps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam_G View Post
    sa akung observation and experience, naay pamaagi sa marketing nga mutagad jud ang customer. I agree, nindut ra sad gihapun ang physical store jud. sometimes ang physical store nga akung pangitaonun kay wlay presence sa web, samot sila kalisud pangitaon. naa puy uban naay website, but dli updated.. lol.. maayu pag wla

    someday cguru, kung mas larger scale na akung kaya, then maybe mg.website.. for now, small time lang sa - small steps
    i agree nga daghan jud or majority sa lokal nga negosyo diri sa Pilipinas don't know the importance of having an online presence for their business or brand. by online presence, i mean a website, social media page, and other business websites (e.g. TripAdvisor, Yelp).
    on that aspect, diha mi pwede makatabang. please read this blog article of ours on why a business needs a website: Why do you need a website for your business in the Philippines? | WebsaytNimo Blog - WebsaytNimo FREE Website

    i suggest bro you start having a website as early as possible. bisan you think gamay pa lang imong business or market, the sooner you build your online presence, the better.
    remember that part of marketing is making your brand look big than it actually is, and give an impression to your target audience. not a deceitful way, but in a creative way.
    naa gani mi gihimo nga website for a "carenderia level" lang nga kan-anan and we are proud to help them improve their business sales from selling 300-400 pcs of dumplings o now 800-900 pcs after just a year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WebsaytNimo View Post
    i suggest bro you start having a website as early as possible. bisan you think gamay pa lang imong business or market, the sooner you build your online presence, the better.
    remember that part of marketing is making your brand look big than it actually is, and give an impression to your target audience. not a deceitful way, but in a creative way.
    naa gani mi gihimo nga website for a "carenderia level" lang nga kan-anan and we are proud to help them improve their business sales from selling 300-400 pcs of dumplings o now 800-900 pcs after just a year.
    nindut jud unta na, pero hinay ang production naku. dli sad ko gnhan mapareha ko sa uban nga pg.small scale pa nila, ok pa, nindut pa, pg.tubu sa size sa ilang market, nglisud nag atiman sa customer, tapos nanggawas ang bati nga feedback kay nibati na man ang quality. well, unya daghan baya'g netizens nga mutan.aw sa feedback/blogs, mao ra man ila kasaligan. Bati gane nag feedback, bati na ang image.. Maayu pag mag.sugud balik... Bati i.rush bro kung dli ready.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam_G View Post
    nindut jud unta na, pero hinay ang production naku. dli sad ko gnhan mapareha ko sa uban nga pg.small scale pa nila, ok pa, nindut pa, pg.tubu sa size sa ilang market, nglisud nag atiman sa customer, tapos nanggawas ang bati nga feedback kay nibati na man ang quality. well, unya daghan baya'g netizens nga mutan.aw sa feedback/blogs, mao ra man ila kasaligan. Bati gane nag feedback, bati na ang image.. Maayu pag mag.sugud balik... Bati i.rush bro kung dli ready.
    that's a good point, but i don't think that has something to do with branding or marketing. that is more like customer management or supplies/logistics management.
    there's nothing wrong with building an online presence, and at the same time manage your production kung unsa lay kaya.
    making your product or brand known does not necessarily mean getting customers, it can also be a way of sending a message or spreading your vision.

    one good example is how the OnePlus smartphone was marketed. it started as an invite-only system where only a limited audience are targeted. they were able to control their production, focus on the quality, and spread the word.
    the build-up took I think more than a year before the mass production began, and it was very effective.
    OnePlus got involved with several controversies due to their aggressive but creative marketing campaigns, but I admire them for that that they are willing to try and experiment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WebsaytNimo View Post
    that's a good point, but i don't think that has something to do with branding or marketing. that is more like customer management or supplies/logistics management.
    sa aku experience, well, it does.. ang common reaction sa customers kay ug makakita sila ug gnhan nila, ganahan dayun sila mupalit, and if dli pa ready kay hinay ang production, hmmm.. bati man pahulatun, mangita dayun na sila ug lain seller nga naa, bati nga statement ingnun sila "next month pa" kay wla pa stocks. In my case, mejo lahi kay "to craft" pa ang product, unlike sa uban products, ready to sell - like kana phones, i think kani, ok ra muderetso establish sa online presence.
    So its as good as, sa akung case, dapat inig establish sa online presence, dapat ready na tanan. - thats a good start, Kay letting them know that you have a product, is already a marketing move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam_G View Post
    sa aku experience, well, it does.. ang common reaction sa customers kay ug makakita sila ug gnhan nila, ganahan dayun sila mupalit, and if dli pa ready kay hinay ang production, hmmm.. bati man pahulatun, mangita dayun na sila ug lain seller nga naa, bati nga statement ingnun sila "next month pa" kay wla pa stocks. In my case, mejo lahi kay "to craft" pa ang product, unlike sa uban products, ready to sell - like kana phones, i think kani, ok ra muderetso establish sa online presence.
    So its as good as, sa akung case, dapat inig establish sa online presence, dapat ready na tanan. - thats a good start, Kay letting them know that you have a product, is already a marketing move.
    well, you know your business better than i am, and i am sure you have given it a lot of thought already.
    anyway, when you need a website in the future or needs help in online marketing - feel free to drop us a PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WebsaytNimo View Post
    thanks Bricksand for the question.
    what i meant by "hosting", is website hosting - meaning we have a website builder where people can create their websites, add contents, etc. but won't have "backend" access e.g. access to database, CPanel, or other system admin tools. so our clients won't be worried of the technical stuff, but instead they will be focusing in building and add more contents to their sites.

    for downtime, our hosting/server provider promises a 99.99% uptime. this may be a crazy number - but so far, we haven't experienced any downtime since we started.

    if your business needs specifically a hosting server (either shared or dedicated) where you can have more control of the softwares you install, files you upload, database administration, and other advanced stuff - we can also help you with that.
    Tried to register and plainly it's simple good for beginners. Any recommendation for web hosting which is reliable and for longterm I wish to revive my Toy Store.

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