If you follow us on Facebook, it might seem like all we do is host theme parties and get silly at work (World Cup Lunch, anyone?). That’s not entirely untrue; we like to celebrate and reward ourselves for the hard work we’ve put in, and there’s been a lot of that lately. Last week was especially successful, as we launched 9 new websites for our clients. Yes, that’s right…9. While juggling website design, copywriting, programming and web marketing for multiple clients can get overwhelming at times, there’s nothing more rewarding than seeing a successful website launch.
We’ve worked extremely hard to finish these sites in the last week, and it has paid off in a big way. There are 9 more beautiful, mobile-responsive, helpful, and user-friendly websites on the Internet now. Our clients have the tools they need to reach their audience on the web and provide them with the resources, products and services they need 24/7. None of this would be possible without the commitment, extensive communication and feedback provided by our awesome clients.
We work hard and we play hard. If you don’t believe the “work” part, just take a gander at the 9 websites we launched last week (can’t say that enough!).
Cedar Valley Hospice now has a website with full content management and clear sections for patients and family members, healthcare professionals, and people who want to donate or volunteer. It also offers an updatable events calendar.
Progressive Mobility and Medical’s new website features a full catalog that customers can use to learn more about their products and home accessibility services available at their facility in Washington, PA.
With Omni Medical’s new website and social media campaign, patients can get connected with mobility experts based in Irvine, CA to get the spinal cord injury supplies they need.
Dartmouth Medical Equipment’s website and social media campaign now provides their customers with information about their wide variety of products, including CPAP machines, breast pumps, and compression therapy in North Dartmouth, MA. The site also features a convenient breast pump order form.
For this site and social package, we wanted to make it simple for people in Arkansas and Southern Missouri with prosthetic and orthotic needs to connect with practitioners at Jonesboro Prosthetic & Orthotic Laboratory to get the medical equipment, therapy and care they need. To do that, we included a photo gallery, video gallery and a Google Maps locator.
Material Control Systems (Matcon) is a different client for us. They needed to reach other businesses with a clean site to explain their services and the benefits of working with them for returnable packaging solutions. Their site features a full content management system and a photo gallery. Matcon is based in Port Byron, IL.
We worked with DW Auto and Home Mobility of Columbia, MO to show customers what their specialties are: making your home and vehicles fully accessible and comfortable. The site has accessible van inventory and a product catalog as well as a resource center.
For this site and social media plan, we visually highlighted the advanced technology Mid-MO O & P offers for its patients so they can lead active lives. Mid-MO O&P is based in Columbia, MO.
Allied Purchasing provides members in the bottled water, dairy, soft drink, water treatment and craft brewery industries with buying group discounts on the equipment and supplies they need. The Allied Purchasing Ordering System we created allows Allied Purchasing to place orders for their members to their partner suppliers. Allied Purchasing is able to add, edit, and remove orders, members, and suppliers though an intuitive grid layout. The cloud-based system allows Allied Purchasing to now take their ordering system on the go, enabling orders to be placed on the road and at tradeshows.
Creating these sites has been an incredible amount of work, and all of our amazing employees have had to put in some extra time to complete them, but it has been well worth it. We’re proud of these accomplishments. It seems a mini happy dance is in order.