IPD Marketing – Servicing the Newcastle NSW 2300 Area
IPD Marketing is located at 14 Lake Road Swansea NSW 2281. The Marketing Agency is owned by Ian Davies. Ian has been a Marketing Consultant for in excess of 20 years, working with an Advertising Agency while the transition from print to digital has materialised. Well before the current digital age Ian was known for the old school direct marketing techniques involving print and promotional products. 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. The digital printing service industry will continue to grow exponentially. 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 Newcastle NSW, are dealing with day to day operations inside a boutique Marketing Agency. 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, with some quality strategies leading to enquiries being generated. Some of the other work 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.
Overall the niche industries the Marketing Agency of IPD Marketing like to work and generate great results with are: Building, Beauty, Hairdressers, Teeth Whitening, Mechanics, Window Tint, Retaining Walls, Plumbers, Electricians, Timber Cabins, Restaurants and Cafe’s, Retail shops, Jukebox Poker Machines, Arcade Games, Real estate, Commercial Real Estate offices, Franchise Business, Hire Companies. The results are generated by identifying and implementing for the client; the exact tactics required to deliver new, local sales enquiries leading to sales growth, reputation management, repeat purchase strategies, Google & Facebook Leads + much more. We take market share away from your competitors (ethically), while bettering your local brand awareness to locals.
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, or Digital Printing Service can offer what we do for our clients.
Newcastle is the second largest city in New South Wales, Australia. It is located 162 kilometres north of Sydney at the mouth of the Hunter River in the Hunter Valley. Newcastle is the largest coal exporting harbour in the world and was the site of the BHP Steelworks from 1915 to 1999.
Newcastle was traditionally occupied by the Awabakal and Worimi Aboriginal People, who called the area Malubimba.
Newcastle’s beaches are some of the most beautiful anywhere. Newcastle Beach on Shortland Esplanade, Newcastle East 2300 is right on the edge of the CBD with a kiosk and shaded table area plus change room facilities. Lifeguards are on patrol seven days a week during swimming season.
A stroll between Newcastle Beach and Nobbys Beach will take approximately fifteen 15 minutes along the scenic Bather’s Way. Nobby’s Beach on Nobbys Road, Newcastle 2300 is extremely popular with picnic shelters and a kiosk.
Between Newcastle Beach and Nobby’s Beach along Bathers Way is the iconic Newcastle Ocean Baths at 30 Shortland Esplanade, Newcastle 2300. The Art Deco façade is a significant asset to Newcastle’s heritage. The baths pavilion contains shower and change facilities while a kiosk provides light refreshments.
Nobbys Lighthouse is another of Newcastle’s historic icons with stunning three sixty-degree views of Newcastle, Stockton and the Hunter River.
Newcastle Art Gallery at 1 Laman St, Cooks Hill NSW 2300 was built in 1977 and officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II. The gallery is widely known for its high-quality exhibitions and public programmes. These include lectures, Coffee With Art monthly sessions, Children’s Art Cart and Friday night social events.
Next door to the gallery is the recently renovated Newcastle Library at Laman St, Newcastle NSW 2300. It is located on the ground floor of the Cultural Centre.
The Newcastle War Memorial Cultural Centre at 15 Laman St, Newcastle NSW 2300 was opened in October 1957. Two 3.3 metre bronze statues in the foyer are of a man and a woman. They were designed by Lyndon Dadswell who was the winner of a design competition to find a sculpture which would represent “youth emerging from the conflict of war and looking with hope and courage to the future.”
Across Civic Park from the Cultural Centre is Newcastle City Hall at 290 King St, Newcastle NSW 2300. Opened in 1929, it is a magnificent sandstone building with pillars, marble staircases, a clocktower and a sweeping ballroom. The Concert Hall with its upper gallery is a popular venue for receptions, conferences, recitals, seminars, writer’s festivals and trade shows.
In the same block at City Hall is the Civic Theatre at 375 Hunter St, Newcastle NSW 2300. The 1500 seat theatre is Newcastle’s most prestigious venue with its grand marble foyer and staircase, terrazzo balcony and exquisite interiors.
Nearby is the newly completed Newcastle Local Court at 343 Hunter St, Newcastle 2300. It’s ultra-modern architecture is a dramatic contrast to the surrounding historic buildings.
Next door is The University of Newcastle’s City Campus at Hunter St & Auckland St, Newcastle NSW 2300. NeW Space is a $95 million landmark building with the latest technology and innovative teaching methods.
The Foreshore at 32 Wharf Rd, Newcastle East NSW 2300 includes a promenade that hugs the harbour shoreline from Honeysuckle to Nobbys. Lined with cafes, restaurants and bars, it’s an excellent place to watch the activities on Newcastle Harbour.
Looking down over the city is Christ Church Cathedral at 52 Church St, Newcastle NSW 2300. In its prime position the Cathedral is visible from all parts of the city and particularly impressive when floodlit by night.
Newcastle’s centre contains two high schools and a primary school. Newcastle High School at 160/200 Parkway Ave, Hamilton South NSW 2303 is a large comprehensive school with a diverse multi-cultural makeup.
Catering for both primary and high school students is Newcastle Grammar School at 60 Newcomen St, Newcastle NSW 2300.
Newcastle East Public School at 48 Brown St, The Hill NSW 2300 was built by convict Henry Wrensford on conditional pardon and is the oldest continuously running school in Australia.