Whether you're an OEM or job shop, I tell your wonderful story through a custom-built website -- one that generates inquiries, too.
Urethane Innovators needed a website that told their story of innovation and expertise — and that showcased how they solve tough application challenges.
Appli-Tec’s completely new website, including photography, copy and design, communicates the company’s story, is optimized for search and mobile, and facilitates the sales process.
The Almeida family wanted to deftly weave its family business and quality story into their marketing efforts. Part of the strategy included a completely redesigned website. A 2015 Gold MarCom Award winner.
Matt Kays, of Kays Engineering, wanted to completely update and redesign the company’s 15-year old website. The result is a fresh, modern website that’s fully optimized for search and mobile friendly. A 2015 MarCom Award Honorable Mention.
Holly Markham, CEO of European Home, wanted to provide site visitors with a significantly enhanced user experience. The result is a completely redesigned custom, responsive WordPress website that met Holly’s objectives while also making it much easier for her to maintain. A 2015 Gold MarCom Award winner.
K2 Castings wanted a complete website overhaul in order to sell more product and promote their consulting services. The result is a clean industrial website that meets their goals and objectives.
Lanmark Controls develops laser marking control boards that get used in high-speed factory automation environments.
As part of the growing Industrial Internet of Things, VP of Marketing Chris Oskirko wanted a website that communicated how the boards fit into these new “connected” factories. She also wanted a website she and her team could easily update themselves. The result? A custom, responsive WordPress site.
Although highly successful, Agru America needed help communicating its message as well as creating all new content for its new website — much of it from scratch.
The company’s agency, Swanson Advertising, called on me to help with strategy and content.
When you hire someone outside of your company and industry to write your web copy, this person often sees things you don’t.
Such was the case with Remote Medical Technologies. It was during the demo with the CEO, Don Marchon, that I blurted out, “Don, this is very cool. What’s missing from your website is the WOW! factor.”
Redoing a website is sometimes like updating your living room: a new couch, carpet and some paint– and viola! — you have a new room.
In this case, adding original photography, a new mobile-friendly design, and clear calls-to-action helped HCR go from “ho hum” to warm and engaging. Don’t you wish they worked in your area?