We Have A Problem…

by David Jenyns

Be assertive in your online presence.

We’re way past the point where you can successfully argue that your business doesn’t need a website. Even if the primary thrust of your business is offline, you simply must have an online presence.  I could write a dozen pages providing you with dozens of reasons, but here are the main two:

  1. Customers expect you to have a website.  If one of your clients wants to know your opening times, or wants to find your phone number, they’re now more likely to search for your website on their laptop (or their smartphone) than they are to look you up in the Yellow Pages.
  1. People are searching for local services online.  Search for a specific type of business on Google Maps, and you’ll find a dozen suppliers within your locality.  If your customers can’t find you online, then they’ll go to your more visible competitor.

But you already know this. You wouldn’t be reading this report if you didn’t already understand that whatever market your business is serving, you need to have an Internet marketing strategy that involves more than just a one-page website.

And this is the problem that you share with every single one of your competitors.  Internet marketing is not a one-time task; it’s an ongoing endeavour that can easily turn into a full-time job.  Spend twenty minutes researching the subject and you’ll quickly be overwhelmed with the prospect of trying to tackle autoresponders, blogs, link building, podcasting, Pay-Per-Click, RSS, search engine optimisation, social media, video marketing, webinars, and an ever-growing array of new marketing technologies.

Little wonder that many business owners simply give up, insisting that their business is the exception to the rule and that they don’t need to be involved with the online world. I understand this way of thinking, but I genuinely believe that these businesses, in the long-term, are doomed to failure.

Running away from a problem is not an answer; as with most things in life, when things get tough you just need to have the sense to seek advice from someone with experience.

When Dave speaks… others listen.

This is the good news that you’ve been waiting for.  I know that internet marketing can be a daunting prospect, but I also know that it isn’t necessary to become an expert to be able to start using and benefiting from it.  I can show you on which areas you need to focus, and in each case, just a few simple changes or additions will be enough to keep you abreast with your competitors… or in many cases, light-years ahead!

This report contains a 7-step system that I’ve personally used to grow my own business and establish a solid online presence.  Each section is just 2-3 pages in length and at the end I’ve provided you with a clear set of steps to follow.  You can work your way through them at your own pace but, for example, if you aim to complete just one per week, in less than two months your business will have the online presence that it deserves.

Turn the page to get started, and if you have any questions along the way, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

David Jenyns
Director of Melbourne SEO Services

Melbourne SEO Services
(03) 8060-5131

Support: www.davesupports.com


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synaptium March 2, 2012 at 7:45 am

Excellent! I trust very few IM experts and david jennyns is one of them. Anytime he comes out with a new product, i buy it.

This one is so full of information, i dont think david should be sharing this for the price he is, but its david what can i say.

This guy laid everything bare!

Guys.get.this now! you cant regret it!


irishsolar March 4, 2012 at 6:40 pm

There is a lot of rubbish out there in the IM & SEO fields but you can be sure that anything that comes from David Jenyns is the real deal. Anything he produces is top-notch.

If you have any doubt about him just watch his YouTube channel which has a ton of videos packed with useful information.


Leanne King March 6, 2012 at 9:04 pm

Dave you are mad! You are giving this course away. I absolutely loved this course and the teaching style.


Mike Hamilton March 6, 2012 at 9:06 pm

I’m always impressed by the things I learn from Dave. He tells it how it is and the information works. I learned some very useful information about how to get my clients to take action once I get them to the website.

At this point Dave is just about the only person I listen to when it comes to the topic of SEO. What I’ve learned in the two study courses I’ve done has put me light years ahead of any of the businesses in my city.

Great Stuff!


Fraser March 6, 2012 at 9:09 pm

This is a great product. It’s like Online Marketing University and covers all the essentials of online marketing but with enough newer detail and strategic overview that anyone can learn from this.

There is enough here to teach you how to put a whole online marketing system together and is especially useful if you do either info product selling online or else offline / local / service based marketing.

I wish I had this when i first started. These are very high quality videos and Dave is a good presenter and is certainly the real deal who walks the walk.




Jon Steel March 6, 2012 at 9:12 pm

This is a great course. Each module is a little more or a little less than an hour of quality training. I’ve been a fan of David for a while because he has a way of explaining things in a manner anyone can understand … even if you aren’t familiar with it.

Within these modules, David reveals some very useful information that probably 98% of all internet marketers and “brick and mortar” business owners can use to become more profitable. He also reveals some pretty nifty secrets of the big boys that will allow you to capture serious cash.

The main reason I like David is he is completely down to earth, unbelievably honest, and an all around great guy.


Matthew March 9, 2012 at 9:48 pm

As always, the content is low in fluff and actionable. There’s nothing more annoying than spending hours watching a video course only to find they don’t actually give you anything specific you can follow. Dave is great at giving advice you can implement.


Peter Counsell March 10, 2012 at 8:30 am

I wish I found this 3 years ago when I first started learning about internet marketing. (That was my first and current mistake. It is too big to learn. Spent all my time trying to keep up with everything.)

Your site is very clear and breaks it down into easy to understand chunks.

Plenty of support for those that want to delve into it further.


Karen March 13, 2012 at 9:24 pm

Dave gives such straightforward and valuable advice. His knowledge of SEO is incredible and his workshop is so comprehensive and thorough…that it took me quite a while to take all of the information in. Thanks Dave, as usual you have over-delivered.


Clive Miller March 20, 2012 at 9:27 pm

Very solid information Dave. There is so much that it is difficult for someone starting a business to take it all in. Plenty to think on and then prioritise. Action is the key, someone said. My first sales manager used to say when you have too much to do, do anything. It’s better than being overwhelmed and doing nothing!

I particularly liked the advice about doing the numbers. It’s essential. I have been on the wrong side of the equation in the past and it’s not a nice place. Be certain that whatever you invest time or resources in will generate a profit. Guessing is for amateurs.

The section on social media threw up some ideas I hadn’t thought of. Then again, I find myself too easily distracted from the main thing. Staying focused on the thing that brings in most of the business makes all the difference. When I stray from this principle, I end up working too many hours.

Congratulations on another great session Dave. I recommend it to all readers who are unsure how to build a business in this digital age.


Eldon Hamblin March 23, 2012 at 4:49 pm

So where do you go for the rest of the video training/content of: >>Seven Steps To Successful Australian Internet Marketing << ??? I'm interested!! Would like to see & learn it!!

Thanks in advance,

Eldon Hamblin


David Jenyns March 28, 2012 at 1:33 am

Hi Eldon,

Thanks for stopping by… you will find everything on this site is free 🙂

Just use the navigation links on the left menu to go through the modules.

Hope that helps and I’ll keep an eye out for your comments as you go through the course.


Simon April 9, 2012 at 11:33 am

David that was amazing. I had a one on one session with David around 3 months ago. It gave my business so much direction and we have really started to use the tips and ideas from so many of the free content videos that he offers. Thankyou so much from Simon at LED World.


Peter Mead July 3, 2012 at 3:36 pm

WOW David,

You have Really blown my mind again…! You have put all this detailed info out there on thw web for any interested reader. SEO guys would be going nuts if they know you are putting out this info.

I am crazy, wild, mad (in a really good way ) about this so if anyone wants to read my thoughts about this here: http://petermeadit.com/blog/2012/07/awesome-7-steps-to-big-website-success/ and make sure you use Dave’s services, they rock!

Thanks very much Dave.

Peter Mead


Laura Kippner December 31, 2012 at 8:03 pm

I think one of the hardest parts about being a business owner is just knowing where the starting point is for different, important aspects of running a successful business! For instance, how important is having a sound video marketing strategy compared to, say, having a strong mobile website? How important is reputation management, and where should I get started with that? I don’t know – to me, that’s the toughest part, is just knowing how important different elements are, and knowing how to get started with each. I ended up using a service in Australia called Local Business Services Australia that was really amazing, as far as helping me navigate these things, but I have no idea how one would go about doing all this on their own!


Grace January 16, 2013 at 1:15 am

Hi Laura. Looks like Local Business Services Australia has helped you make sense of your priorities so instead of providing input on that, I’d like to pick up your last note instead about having no idea how to go about all this on your own. If I understand that right, you’re wondering how to get everything you need to do done on your own. The answer is to outsource which Pete and Dave cover in detail in The Outsource Profit Machine course http://www.outsourceprofitmachine.com. You simply need to learn how to teach other people to do things for you.


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