A former Yellow Pages senior representative is urging Illawarra business owners and clients to let their fingers do the clicking by joining his novel new online directory.
Wollongong Businesses’ founder David James, says the new directory is a one–stop shop for the public to search for a local business, while allowing businesses to market themselves online.
He said the directory also allowed businesses to be easily accessed on Google and other search engines.
“Wollongong Businesses is an easy–to–use local online business directory connecting customers with relevant businesses that service our region through the use of the Internet,” he said.
“Customers tend to make purchases from trusted businesses that have a good reputation, together with quality products. That’s what our directory is about.”
Mr James said the online directory could be accessed 24-hours a day every day by customers looking for businesses, whether it be services, professionals, tradesmen or venues.
“The business landscape has changed a lot over the years with regards to advertising. Nowadays the majority of business searches are done on the internet, so it’s important that local business owners have a strong online presence for their business. Wollongong Businesses can help with this,” he said.
Wollongong Businesses displays business advertisements and listings, providing details such as business names, phone numbers, addresses, logos, website links, email enquiries, quote requests, and social media link options to Facebook, Linkedin, Google + and Twitter.
Log onto www.wollongongbusinesses.com.au or phone 0466 960 000 for more information.