IPD Marketing – Servicing the Belmont NSW 2280 Area
IPD Marketing is located at 14 Lake Road Swansea NSW 2281. Ian started his graphics training in 2001 when he was introduced to the industry by a Web Designer. Since then, the Internet Marketing Service Niche has had Ian’s interest ever since. Over the last 10 years the ‘old school’ offset printing has turned into a fraction of what it used to be. You can see our case studies located on our website https://ipdmarketing.com.au or you can call us on 0417455000 or 02 40584025.
Most of the services performed by IPD Marketing around Belmont NSW, Facebook Marketing has become a very large part of the business and with years of training with some world level coaches, Ian has become a Facebook Marketing Authority and Facebook Ads Manager for some very large businesses around Australia. Today’s clients need a combination of Lead Generation & Local SEO work. Having a Web Designer on staff, Andrew delivers outstanding websites and landing pages. Our other works focussed on in the Advertising Agency is Google My Business, GMB for short. A lot of time is spent in ranking clients for the Google Maps 3-pack. A lot of Local SEO work is involved on websites and a combination of geographic information and keywords built into Web & Landing Pages, Email Funnels, Google AdWords Campaigns, Database Building, and Social Media posting including on platforms like Facebook, Twitter, You Tube, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Instagram, Snapchat.
Results are evident quickly, and IPD Marketing back ourselves with a “no fee guarantee”. No other Advertising or Marketing Agency, Web Designer or Internet Marketing Service can offer what we do for our clients.
Belmont is a suburb in the Hunter Region of New South Wales, Australia, located 20 kilometres from Newcastle’s central business district on the eastern side of Lake Macquarie and is part of the City of Lake Macquarie.
With the ocean on one side and the lake on the other, it is surrounded by water and is a hotspot for summer tourism in Lake Macquarie and Newcastle with the abundance of Lake and Ocean activities available.
Belmont has many attractions in the area. It also has 2 major shopping centres being anchored by Coles and Woolworths shops. It has an abundance of accommodation options and caravan parks on the lake.
Belmont also hosts the start of the Fernleigh walking track, which extends most of the way into the Newcastle area.
The Belmont Central shopping centre is in Singleton Street, Belmont NSW 2280. The shopping centre hosts around 20 retailers with Woolworths as the anchor tenant, and has an entry on the Pacific Highway, near the intersection of George St Belmont NSW 2280.
The Belmont Citi centre is located at the corner of Macquarie St & Edgar St, Belmont NSW 2280 and hosts around 15 shops including clothes, jewellers, flight centre, subway ect. It has an open car park all on 1 level and has been earmarked for redevelopment for many years which never seems to be allowed to start by Lake Macquarie City Council.
The Belmont Police Station has just been rebuilt in 2017 and now is the local area command for Lake Macquarie. Located right next door to the Belmont Courthouse, at 2 Herbert St, Belmont NSW 2280
With accommodation in the area you have several choices. One that comes to mind is the Squids Ink Motel on 690 Pacific Highway, Belmont NSW 2280. It has a modern function room and overlooks Belmont Bay with a jetty. Great photographers spot to catch the sunset over the lake and has plenty of accommodation for weekday corporate travellers, and weekend getaways for a relax around the lake.
When dining out or for a casual drink in the afternoon, you have many options. The biggest local club is called Belmont 16’s It is located with it’s balcony overlooking the Belmont Lake on The Parade, Belmont NSW 2280. It hosts many sailing regattas almost weekly on Belmont Bay in Lake Macquarie. Many international and world champion sailors originate from the Belmont 16’s sailing club.
Sailability is a disabled sailing charity run at the Club. They sail Tuesday to Friday for 47 weeks of the year teaching disabled people to sail. They learn skills, basic maintenance and develop independence while sailing – all under the supervision of qualified teachers. It uses the boatshed based at the 16’s as a base for the charity to run.
Belmont Golf Club (link below) is home to a 18 hole Par 72 Championship Links course set amongst rolling green fairways and trees with many of the fairways having the Pacific Ocean as their backdrop. Belmont is a links style golf course on the back 9, and a tree lined front 9. It features 18 holes, and a large clubhouse with driving range, pro shop and hosts the Lake Macquarie Pro-Am every January long weekend. It is a hard course to play in the wind and overlooks Blacksmiths Beach for several kilometres.