Toronto-Businessphere: Social Media & Web Marketing packages

Web packages

 A professionally published website is essential for your business to succeed. At Toronto-Businessphere  we offer a variety of services to ensure that your website reaches its full potential. We offer three packages that include a variety of services to create a professional website. These include web design, social media integration, and domain names. There are also a few up-sells that can be added, such as merchandise and advertising on our social media pages.

 

          Our least expensive package is the Basic Web Tier Package for $160. It includes a WordPress website with premium themes, a domain name, and social media integration. You also get free basic logo placement with this package. However, design and revisions to the logo are not included.

 

         The next package is the Advanced Web Tier Package for $540. This package includes a premium website with SEO, advanced social media integration, and a custom e-mail address. You can also have free meetings with engineers. The custom e-mail address allows you to have a YouTube channel directly attached to the website. A website on this tier automatically publishes on your other mediums.

 

         Our most advanced package is the Custom Website for $1200. With our most advanced package, you are in complete control. It allows you to create a custom website with your design, aesthetic, and interface to best represent your business. Your new website will be set up by our partnering agencies. You will also get unlimited meetings with Ashton Deroy between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM.

 

       In addition, we have several upsells that can be added to any of our packages. The first one is Social Media Advertising. For $150 we will manage your Facebook and Instagram pages. In this age of the Internet, using social media properly is key to getting new clients. It is also very helpful to interact with your current clients. On Facebook and Instagram you can keep them informed about new services and promotions.

 

        The next is a custom e-mail address for $80. This will give your business a professional point of contact associated with your website.

 

Another upsell is an advertisement on Toronto-Businessphere for $30. This will get your name out to our B2B contacts in the Toronto community. They will become aware of your business and become your contacts as well. We can also order merchandise with your company logo. These include flyers, t-shirts, sweaters, mugs, and backpacks. The cost will vary depending on the items and quantity of your order.

 

The most important upsells are video & text content related. We can produce video content for your business for $75 & Written content 2 pieces, 500 words are $14.

 

      We offer a variety of packages to ensure your website reaches its full potential. There are also several upsells you can add to help your business succeed. Feel free to contact us to discuss which package would be best for your needs. We look forward to helping you create a great website for your business.

 

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To Diana Skye (Sassy City Girl) : 

 

Good job on writing the copy for our business offers, make sure you include your own offers in there. As your client I am interested in your success & growth because it means I can succeed & grow with you. Love you, you are my family and as always I enjoy running this business with you.

Sincerely

 

Ashton, Deroy  

Why Sears Canada is Failing

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It was not that long ago that every large mall had a Sears store. In the last few years, several locations have closed including the flagship one at the TorontoEaton Centre. That location is now a Nordstrom. Others like Sherway Gardens have become a Saks Fifth Avenue. There are also locations like Markville that are still an empty space. Amid new financial troubles, Sears announced today that there will be fifty nine more stores closing in the near future. This will result in over two thousand jobs lost and leave them with fewer than one hundred stores across Canada.
Just ten years ago I would not have been able to imagine this happening. Sears was the second largest department store chain next to Hudson’s Bay. It was the first store I went to when I needed a new wallet or shirt. Now I can’t remember the last time I made a purchase at Sears. It was probably a Lindt chocolate at least two years ago. At Fairview Mall, I only walk through the store since the entrance is right by the TTC stations. Sometimes I am surprised at how much it has changed. I remember when there was a giant hardware section and grandiose holiday displays at Christmas time. It seems much emptier now and the store is not in good condition.
The Fairview location is currently undergoing major renovations. It is one of many efforts for Sears to save their business. Another change is a new logo, which I personally find completely pointless. Their signature blue lettering has been replaced by what looks like a Microsoft Word font. I think it’s very boring, especially when compared to the old one. Also, making the maple leaf bigger reminds me of when Target commercials tried to make it seem “Canadian.” It just seems like they are an American chain desperately trying to fit in. We all know how that ended for Target, so it seems fitting that Sears appears to be going the same route.
These days, more people prefer to shop online than in stores. Sears Canada’s Internet sales have actually dropped recently. They did make changes to improve their online shopping experience. However, many customers said these changes should have been made a long time ago. By contrast, their main competitor Hudson’s Bay does an excellent job with online shopping. I recently ordered from them. They have a variety of products, shipping was fast, and customer service is great.
I would love to see Sears Canada turn things around. However, I know that at this point only a miracle could make that happen. The stores are not in good condition and their efforts to save the business are not enough. They also did not focus enough on their online shopping experience. It would not surprise me if Sears had to close the remaining stores in the near future. This once-prominent retail chain is fading fast.

Business Club Meeting

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Ashton Deroy writes: Today, Monday March 27th 2017, 5:00pm – 7:00pm there will be a Business Club meeting at the SSF Seneceter. Featuring Shaun Vollick, MEd, PMP. 

Free food & Drinks so come on by Business students.

I will be stopping by to the group today as I have been over exercising recent and I need to take a break before I hurt something! 

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