E-Commerce development and optimisation expert

Lead developer at David Koch's KBB Digital

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Web Design Geelong

Hey, I’m Nathan George and I started out as a web developer back in ’99 at a small startup in Melbourne, ‘Odd Software’. Back then web development was a lot more straight forward and social media wasn’t even invented. I had the fortune of getting to work on sites such as Derryn Hinch’s ‘Election Pulse’ and Postcards presenter Suzie Wilks’s book launch ‘RUEA?’.

From there I owned operated my own web development firm in Geelong for over 10 years. ‘George I.T.’ offered web design, development, hosting and print design services, had an amazing client base and even had a short run at a store front in James Street, Geelong.

After starting a family I then spent a good year and a half managing a group of high revenue, highly popular online retail stores. The demands and challenges of enterprise level commerce really inspired my future direction and development.

My next opportunity was the emerging digital marketing arm of Channel 7’s David Koch. Kochie’s Business Builders launched KBB Digital’s development house in none other than Geelong on the waterfront. Since then I have been pedalling the ease and effectiveness of content and e-commerce platforms to small businesses around Australia.

If you have any interest in working with me or the team at KBB Digital feel free to hit me up, or head on over to the KBB Digital website.

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Woocommerce What?

One of the fastest growring, full featured and easy to use e-commerce platforms on the market. Find out why I prefer to develop e-commerce sites with 'Woocommerce' by Woo Themes.

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Conversion Optimisation

Get the most out of your e-commerce site by utilising proven conversion tactics. Pricing and shipping strategies, trust signals, distraction free checkout, customer rewards systems.

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Web & Print Portfolio

View some of my latest and best design work from both web and print projects, read a little more on decisions made during the development process and their effect on clients outcomes.

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