The Return to Wellness project was a WordPress project. We were brought in to help grow their business.
In the beginning, we promoted the idea of a full redesign of the site. Due to the critical nature of the project, we knocked out this intensive redesign in a couple of weeks to present a fresh new look to the website.
Next, we sought out to tackle the traffic problem. When we first started working on this website, the daily traffic was in the single digits consistently. We spent about a week doing keyword research, and came back with a solid SEO plan.
We applied SEO to each blog post and page of the website. That, combined with a single-month run of advertising (with a budget of $30), the traffic shot up to about 200 visits per week. This level of traffic lasted for about 90 days based on the work put into the site.
The Andrew Burns chiropractor website was a Squarespace project that we were brought in to build the website from scratch. This project was provided by another agency that we occasionally execute sub-contracted work for.
We designed and developed the website, and worked out branding concepts as well. Testing our various color schemes against the site structure, and worked with various angles of imagery to find the best combination of colors and shop images.
The Motivation Rules project was for a Squarespace website. We were brought in for branding and custom development. This project was provided by another agency that we occasionally execute sub-contracted work for.
For this project, we had little direction from the client. We designed and developed the entire website, while building our the brand while it was being developed.
After several revisions on the branding user interface, we finally got a blue brand color for the site. This was a good speaker project for us.
The Bayou Band was a Squarespace project that consisted of website branding, but also a full website build. This project was provided by another agency that we occasionally execute sub-contracted work for.
We built their website from scratch, but also applied branding techniques to bring in their color scheme to make the website really stand out. This simple e-commerce store single-handedly elevated the client's brand.
The Gis 4 GIs Foundation (G4G) project has been ongoing since late 2018 / early 2019. This is a WordPress website that we manage on behalf of the non-profit organization (NPO).
There are several services that we provide to this charity on a regular reoccurring basis. Each of them are detailed below.
The three of these are combined here because many of the problems identified are all connected to other areas.
In terms of Branding, we've helped with the brand's message, and help them stay on message when writing copy for the website, as well as, social media posting or email marketing.
In terms of Business Development, we've helped streamline the back-end of the website, but also the systems and workflows in place. This was possible because we were able to identify time intensive tasks that can be streamlined by technology and inventory management practices.
We've also taken this a step further to work on customer validation services, such as ID.me, to verify recipients of support. Which ultimately reduces the need for a manual verification of a recipient's status as a Veteran, Government Employee, Police Officer, or First Responder, etc.
All of the above, and more, ties into the consulting and marketing aspect. Something as small as how much to charge for a product, to engaging the long-term mindset over the short-term. Or even how to connect with corporate organizations to inquire about supporting an event or donating significant funding.
For Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) services, we have strategized the plan, executed the plan, monitored results, tweaked the plan, and modified the site to work with the tweaks that the data presented.
We're constantly monitoring what is going on with this website, in order to come up with creative ways to get more clients to the website in general (SEO). It's so much more than just getting them to the website. Once they get there, we track where they go in order to better understand how to get them to take action.
Whether the action is to subscribe to email marketing, getting the visitor to donate, purchase a product, sponsor an event, or even just contact us for help. It's all tied to the umbrella of CRO.
Early on, working with G4G we took on the hosting of their website. When this first happened, we started improving their website in agile sprints. Small steps, one at a time.
Eventually, we completely redesigned and rebuilt the entire website to fall in line with the business development and consulting strategy that we created early on in our work.
We took it further, and redesigned and rebuilt the website once more during the COVID-19 pandemic. Which helped the charity gain more conversions than before.
We've also built the ID.me integration for the website, and it will be live when ID.me authorized G4G with production/live access.
The Cheryle Jackson project was a Squarespace website build. We were brought in for designing the website, work the branding into the site, and developing the site. This project was provided by another agency that we occasionally execute sub-contracted work for.
We designed and developed the website from scratch, but also worked within the bounds of the brand. As Cheryle is a notable TedX speaker, we had to ensure that her website represented her brand in an elegant manor.