WHO ARE WE?

Dot Com Holdings (Pty) Ltd is an international service provider established in the year 2000. We serve as a head office to several subsidiary companies that are located in different parts of Africa. Our portfolio includes the administration of these operations as well as the creation of development opportunities for all our clients and their customers. We are a marketing and advertising group of firms that provide an efficient and effective service with a personal touch and a particular emphasis is placed on customer satisfaction and reducing costs without compromising the quality or effectiveness of our products and services.

We represent all organizations in Africa from one man band start-up SMMEs that are entering the marketplace to all major multinational companies whose brands are of the highest quality and reliability and whose commitment to customers is a top priority.

We are quite radical yet extremely practical. With us it is one phone call and one account that connect our customers instantly on multiple platforms. We believe that our clients’ success is our success and therefore apply the age-old saying that “the customer is king.”

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African Directory ServicesMarch 1st, 2015 at 7:00am
From Our Blog - B2B Marketing In The Digital World

According to Richard Robinson, head of business markets for Google UK, Digital is now an integral part of our everyday lives. There are 1.7 billion people online globally. As consumers we spend 30% of our time on the internet, we connect with friends, colleagues and communicate around the world in real-time where information is a simple click away.

On a search engine we know that the buying process for businesses is complex than for consumers. There are multiple influences involved in majority of business purchase decisions and these individuals are using a wide variety of information sources.

B2B marketing’s previous approach is quite straight forward. All that had to be done was ask the following questions:

• Who are we targeting?
• What are we communicating?
• How do we communicate this in an effective way?

Digital technology has dramatically increased the complexities of the marketing challenge, making the questions harder to answer. Understanding where your customers are and targeting the right person at the right point of the buying cycle, is critical to succeed.

Marketers need to change their approach and integrate digital values into their core marketing plans.

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African Directory ServicesFebruary 28th, 2015 at 12:01pm
#ThoughtOfTheDay - “But you have to do what you dream of doing even while you’re afraid.” – Arianna Huffington
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African Directory ServicesFebruary 28th, 2015 at 7:00am
MUST READ - How To Spot A Loyal Customer

Customer loyalty is a behavioural tendency to favour one brand over all others, whether it’s due to satisfaction with the product or service, its performance, or simply the comfort of a familiar brand. Customer loyalty encourages consumers to shop more consistently and are not afraid to spend more.

What you should know as an organisation is that there are 5 types of customers, some of which may ultimately be converted into loyal customers.

• Loyal Customers: They religiously shop at the same store and may not be price conscious.
• Discount Customers: They shop at stores frequently, but make their purchasing decisions based on sales and markdowns.
• Impulse Customers:They will purchase what seems good at the time.
• Need-Based Customers: They have a specific intention to buy a particular type of item and will stick to only that item.
• Wandering Customers: They have no specific need in mind when they go into a store. Rather, they want a sense of experience.

Naturally companies communicate with loyal customers more frequently via email, postal mail and now on blogs and social media; to inform them of new products, sales and competitions. Nothing will make loyal customers feel better than supporting their favourite brand.

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African Directory ServicesFebruary 27th, 2015 at 12:01pm
#ThoughtOfTheDay - “If you do build a great experience, customers tell each other about that. Word of mouth is very powerful.” – Jeff Bezos
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African Directory ServicesFebruary 27th, 2015 at 7:00am
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SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Some activities we are active in are: Hosting monthly blood drives for SANBS, Providing food hampers for the needy, Gift hampers for kids in government hospitals, Sponsor fun runs and marathon events and Intern and leadership programs for graduates.  

EMPLOYMENT EQUITY

We are a Proudly South African company and therefor comply with the employment equity act of south Africa. Our staff ratio is 70% female & 30% male. We do however place a particular emphasis on selecting the right person for the job.
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