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The Web Showroom wins place in 2013 BRW Fast 100
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Google is following up last month’s launch of keyword bulk upload from the Web UI with bulk uploads for ads and ad groups. By clicking the “Editable” box before downloading a report from AdWords, you’ll be able to make changes to ad creatives, pause ad groups or change budgets within the report. A good piece [...]
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Today TWS was featured in a SecurePay write-up on SEO best practice. Have a read!
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Looks like epic comeback by 'The Team Formerly Known As The Josh Khoddami Experience' in The Web Showroom's Trivia night wasn't the only big comeback overnight
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Mobile Ad Network Sees Big Increase In “Geo-Precise” Targeting http://mklnd.com/12eqXzz

Local mobile ad network xAd has released its Q1 insights report. Like other such reports now in the market, it surveys trends and year-over-year changes observed on its ad network. This comes on the heels of xAd’s co-sponsored “Mobile Path to Purchase” report (with Telmetrics), based on Nielsen data.

The principal finding of the Q1 insights report is that more of the network’s  brand advertising clients are using what it calls “geo-precise” targeting than a year ago. The percentage more than doubled.
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137 Devonshire St Surry Hills NSW 2010 Australia
137 Devonshire StreetAUNew South WalesSurry Hills2010
+61 2 8310 2300thewebshowroom.com.au
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"Great team of people, wonderful customer service, would recommend!"
"The management team come across as your typical slimy used cars salesman persona."
"Another stand out feature of The Web Showroom is the content management system."
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Joe Daaboul
a month ago
I have had a bad relationship to date with TWS with lack of communication, Updates or suggestions to improve my site. Recently I learnt that my site is not mobile friendly and when I contacted the TWS they could only recommend me getting the to build me a new site as the current platform being used is too old and can`t be upgraded to meet current and future demands in change of technology. Another thing I signed up for was a site which had email marketing where I could send bulk emails to all my registered members and without notice they have axed this service so I would have to use another email company although they are still charging me a monthly subscription fee for the service. I have no idea what I`m getting for the $109 a month I pay them. I now want to leave them as I`m getting another site build for much less with all the bells and whistles. I would not recommend the TWS if you are looking for a great working site and communication. Steer away and look for a better company elsewhere. Really NOT HAPPY
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Sydney LSP
2 months ago
As predicted, a 5 star review was left shortly after a negative 1 star review was left, this seems to be the only way TWS can stop a complete meltdown of their reputation on Google reviews, and I still stand on my previous comment that these 5 star comments re completely fabricated, I’m sorry Tim Holder, but if you are not 100% completely satisfied with the service provided by TWS than you wouldn’t have left a 5 star rating other than to keep TWS rating from slipping below where it is, If TWS only spent this much care and attention on their customers projects as they do in countering the low negative reviews and in keeping their rating up, then I feel there wouldn’t be so many un happy reviews here! Soon to be a 5 star review posted, lets sit quietly and watch! *****AVOID THE WEB SHOWROOM AT ALL COSTS, IT WILL ONLY END IN THE COURTS***** AGAIN WHERE ARE THE NEGATIVE STARS GOOGLE???? AVOID THE WEB SHOWROOM AT ALL COSTS!!! We like everyone was duped by the fake comments on TWS’s reviews, I must agree with many others, they must be writing them themselves, because from what took 6 months to produce as CRAP web site that was estimated to only take 12 weeks, we were finally presented with basically a landing page and no other links working, no invoice page and yes we are an e commerce site, and more issues than I have the time or inclination to write here! And TWS still insist they presented a “Fantastic Website” God help anyone who received an “Average” web site. We have since spent many thousands of dollars on another web site developer to correct all TWS’s problems, and the comments from professionals in the industry is that can not believe TWS is still in business, TWS firstly told us they handle everything ‘in House” but later discovered that TWS outsource everything! The management team come across as your typical slimy used cars salesman persona. WE STILL HAVE ONGOING LEGAL ISSUES WITH TWS. AVOID AVOID AVOID !!!! And NEVER give TWS your Credit Card they will use your card without your authority and as they are mostly un contactable, getting your money back is a brain melting ordeal!! They make me choose a star rating, I really need a negative 10 star!!!!! ***Also I'm pretty sure a 5 star positive review will be posted shortly, it seems to be TWS modus operandi of keeping their star rating up, but it’s obviously completely fabricated, I will wait until then to counter their 5 star with more facts!***
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Damian Baskin
3 months ago
I've found the The Web Showroom to be an integral part of building our business online - listening and understanding our requirements. Our strategy is to build a digital demand generation model and TWS has a clear purpose to enact strategies that deliver more quality leads through our online assets. Their insights and actions are an integral part of our success.
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Matt Anderson
8 months ago
They have been managed FS's website and online marketing for over 3 years. I struggle to believe some of the comments below given the superb experience we have received. Ive have had 2 Account Managers since we started working together. Both excellent and knowledgeable. I am constantly kept informed of how my site is performing in Google and almost half of our new business comes through our website now. Would thoroughly recommend - 5 stars!
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Tim Holder
2 months ago
TWS handle our web marketing. Their advice has lead to a significant increase in inquiry converting to revenue. Our company has been using TWS since 2012. As hard headed ROI types, we value the professionalism, insights and support TWS provide, but most of all, its the results that count. My only criticism is that TWS management/owners don't seem to engage with their customers much, but Glen and his client team are great.
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Cherie Gillette
2 months ago
We have been clients of the Web Showroom for many years and do not recommend this company to anyone. They built our website using an obscure type of Adobe software. There are only a couple of other companies in the country which can now host this website so we are stuck paying their crazy hosting fees for the website and emails. It took them 9 months to actually build our website, which is for a smallish business. Which is far too long. They seem to use an offshore support centre, so forget about talking to someone who actually knows your site. To talk to accounts, you actually have to call a different phone number as they can't transfer you. It seems like everything is outsourced here. I have seen many other unhappy reviews over the years and I'm very suspicious about the number of positive ones here. I suspect most of the positive reviews have been created by the web showroom. ALSO, it's $80 for just a Domain name renewal. We specified for them not to move our domain name registration across to them, however they did anyway, without our permission. All fees are HUGE with this company, and then you are stuck paying the fees as there are only one or two posting providers in the country that can host with their software.
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Georgia Goode
a month ago
Great team of people, wonderful customer service, would recommend!
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Wei Tang
9 months ago
We were initially attracted to The Web Showroom by amount of awards they had garnered but it turned out to be a complete nightmare that we were totally unprepared for! After enduring a poor onboarding and needs identification processes, we were partnered with an extremely unprofessional and incompetent account manager that led to the production of a substandard website. Only after months of back and forth communication via email and threats of legal action was the project finally escalated to management. The project was slowly escalated to the second highest level of management before poor performance was even admitted. The project was estimated to be completed in 8 weeks but dragged on for roughly 8 months. The result of this experience is an expensive website with a very bitter aftertaste. If you decide to proceed with The Web Showroom, I hope for your sanity that your experience is better than ours.
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