The Southpaw Laser project was for a Shopify website. We were brought in for an overall website analysis. In the end, we helped them design their website, and helped setup their initial affiliate marketing system.

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 Sparrow Spaulding project was for a WordPress website. We were brought in for SEO and web maintenance. We worked out the SEO strategy quickly and sought out to implement right away.

After kicking off the SEO strategy, we began to work on the website maintenance. We came across a situation where the WordPress page builder that was utilized to build the site was significantly outdated.

To make our maintenance work significantly easier, as well as, improve security concerns, we rebuild the entire website using a more modern page builder.

Since then, we've been hosting the website and maintaining it ever since!

The Delaine Dacko project was a Squarespace website. We were brought in to execute custom development to align with their brand. This project was provided by another agency that we occasionally execute sub-contracted work for.

While most of the website was simple and built into that modern, minimalist style, it was not responsive. We ended up dedicating some significant time to modifying the website to ensure that it would be responsive and would look good on tablet and mobile devices while maintaining the brand image.

The We Are Harrington project was for a Squarespace website. We were brought in for custom development. This project was provided by another agency that we occasionally execute sub-contracted work for.

This was a simple project that we wrote custom CSS to style the site based on brand requirements.

The Shark Research Institute project was for a Squarespace website. We were brought in for custom development. This project was provided by another agency that we occasionally execute sub-contracted work for.

They needed a way to filter their blog posts on their blog archive page. Instead of overcomplicating it, we simplified it by creating clickable links that reload the specific blog posts.

Although simple, it's great to be part of something so amazing as "Shark Week"!

The PromoKitchen project was for a Squarespace website. We were brought in for simple custom development. This project was provided by another agency that we occasionally execute sub-contracted work for.

The Good Uncle project was for a Squarespace website. We were brought in for custom web development. This project was provided by another agency that we occasionally execute sub-contracted work for.

*Note* Within 90 days of handing off the website, everything we did BY REQUEST was removed.

We did the majority of the custom development for the site. To include, spending a month on just styling the website. Needless to say, this was a rather large project for us.

We were unable to capture the screenshots of the site before it was migrated and significantly changed by a newly hired internal developer.

The Shellman Wealth project was a Squarespace website. We were brought in for custom development. This project was provided by another agency that we occasionally execute sub-contracted work for.

Most of the custom development was relatively simple. The biggest challenge was working with multiple languages. Our role was setting up all of the English pages, and segregating the content by language. Then, building a selector "switch" to toggle between the two languages.

The Oliver Hotel project was for a Squarespace website. We were brought in for custom development. This project was provided by another agency that we occasionally execute sub-contracted work for.

In short, this was a full site rebuild on the Squarespace platform. In general, when migrating from one CMS to another, there is no simple way to do it. This project was about two months long, and once the site was delivered, they didn't even use it.

Not because the work was unsatisfactory, but because they already had a workflow in place and didn't want to change it.

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