Business Cards

In an age of pace, when so much is done online or by phone, there is still great value in creating a stunning first impression.

A beautiful and effective business card will:

  • Improve your initial impact,
  • Set the stage for immediate mutual respect,
  • Provide a casual opening to canvas opportunities,
  • Provide others with an easy way to refer you to their associates, and
  • Provide a portable contact point for future sales.

Your business card says a lot about you. Don’t get it wrong and squander opportunities. Sure, there are some seriously low budget options available, but how many lost sales will that initial ‘saving’ cost you?

Usually, budget cards lack message, design and card quality. They do not impress. In fact, these cards might communicate a message that is the exact opposite of what you desire. If you want to make a professional and effective impression, we have the right solution for you.

Consider the advantages of having us design and produce your business card:

  • The message and feel of your card will be in harmony with your website, generating immediate trust for visitors that access your site via your business card.
  • The same designer who creates your website will create your business card.
  • Cards are double sided, high resolution and on superior quality stock.
  • If you want, you can buy the digital masters for printing elsewhere.
  • Minor alterations (for extra staff etc.) are done without charge.
  • Reprints are done at lower rates.

Talk to us about your business card needs. We’ve got a stable and growing body of satisfied clients who enjoy the benefits.

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Why blogging is good for business

1blogFor a long time, Australian business people have frowned upon blogging. Few businesses have embraced it and usually for reasons that seemed to make sense at the time. This article will explain how you really do have something worthwhile to give and how your efforts can benefit your business. Sure, blogging is good for building your authority in Google’s eyes, but it also offers less obvious benefits.

Putting it in writing can save you time

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Inbound Marketing explained

sales funnelBefore we explain what Inbound Marketing is, you need to understand that a sales funnel is a diagram of how your online marketing strategy works. 

Businesses all around the world use sales funnels every day to ensure their business continues to attract more clientele – therefore growing.

Many sales funnels utilise the following action steps:

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Content Writing

Creating content to stir Google and visitors to action

copywriter sydneyMost businesses do not have the luxury of targeting only one customer type. Neither do websites. For some visitors, a professional and trust generating appearance will be all they need. For others however, drilling down and searching for more will be their way. 

Many of these clients will quickly move on if your content does not answer their questions, motivate them or cater to the nuances of their personality type.

Poor quality copy (or wording) is an almost certain way to lose visitors. It is also a sure-fire way to lose the love of Google.

Good copy however, will convert visitors into sales leads as well as improve your search engine performance. 

This is why we have a variety of talented copy writers on team who take their job very seriously.

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Privacy Policy

Version 3  Updated 12 March 2014

1.  Where this policy makes reference to “we”, “our” or “us” it is referring to Faith Computing Pty Ltd trading as Sites By Design, our affiliates or any respective directors, officers, employees, agents, contributors, third party content providers or licensees involved in service or product provision. 


2.  We respect the privacy of users, sponsors and business partners and are committed to ensuring the protection of your information.

3.  This policy outlines the main principles of our information handling practices, so you can feel secure and confident about how we manage any personal information you entrust to us. We are bound by the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and its National Privacy Principles (“NPPs”).

4.  Our Privacy Policy deals with the following: collection, use and disclosure of personal information, accuracy and security of personal information collected, whether we will (or are likely to) disclose your personal information to overseas recipients and the countries where such recipients may be located, your right of access to personal information we hold about you and how you can correct this information, how you may make a complaint about the way we collect, hold, use or disclose personal information, and how we will deal with Privacy related complaints.

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The importance of Testimonials

importance of testimonialsWhen you have a website, it is there for one major purpose (besides giving information), and that purpose is to convert a visitor into a sales lead. Many people out there create fake testimonials, and this can sometimes be obvious to potential clients who will then be put off contacting you due to the obvious insincerity you have shown in using fake testimonials.

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Mistakes made when Marketing via eNewsletter

Newsletter MarketingIt has come to my attention through receiving countless email newsletters per week that the ones who never change their template / images at the header – end up not being looked at… There needs to be a constant changing of the content to show new, unique and different content, otherwise people look at the eNewsletter and just think “Same old crapola from this guy” and delete it.

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How to get my website back

We often get asked “How to get my website back”. As a result we now offer a Website Retrieval Service.

Do you have a website which is being held captive by a so-called “web-designer” who turned out to be a cowboy who didn’t really care about your business or its success?

Our new Website Retrieval service will help you take power back over your website!

The rules of the web design industry are that you should be the one who owns your website url (www.your-name.com.au). If your “Web Guy” has not registered your domain name under either YOUR NAME or YOUR COMPANY NAME then you may by LAW not own that domain name. This can turn into a massive legal problem!

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Ranking a Website on Google in 2014

Hello to all of our great website clients!

There have been a lot of changes in Google of late! These changes have caused many people considerable pain with sales leads dropping due to poorer search page ranking, or ranking for the wrong things!

As part of our ongoing commitment to research and development we came across an awesome blog which explains Google’s recent changes. We’d like to share it with you.

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