GoDaddy, International small business Web Hosting provider has prolonged its ‘Cursor Man’ campaign with the introduction of a new initiation program intended at altering the online visibility of small businesses and tycoons in Australia.
‘The Search for Australia’s Real Life Cursor Man’ provides a chance for people to stage a web interference, whereby they can recommend a small business owner who requires help for transforming their old outdated website.
An involvement will then be staged and shot for those nominated SMBs estimated to be in the most need of online support.
The nominated SMBs will get a free website design and consultation package from GoDaddy Specialized Web Services, counting free domain registration and web hosting services and an Apple iPad Mini.
They will also be endorsed through GoDaddy’s website and social media networking channels.
Tara Commerford, the vice president and managing director of GoDaddy for Australia and New Zealand, said the involvement is an exceptional opportunity to recognize those small business owners who require a digital boost and aid them to make their business website and online business more effectual.
“Though 40 percent of the SMBs don’t know where to begin when it arrives at getting online, the realism is it’s now simpler to build a website and to create a digital visibility,” she said.
“From our two years in market heeding to local small businesses, we discern they are seeing for hassle-free solutions to get on to the internet. Last month, we have launched our new Website Builder product, which aids small businesses to create a mobile and SEO-optimized and social-friendly business website in less than an hour.
“This program is the next step of our campaign initiation, and we are looking forward to operational with Aussie small businesses to generate and update websites for their company.”