Question for you. Have you ever been on a website before and it was asking you to give them your information and you were really uncomfortable? Your marketing might be doing this to potential customers
Rustique was a brand new restaurant in a more rural area that is less tech savvy than cities. We had to figure out how potential customers would use the site while working to achieve the company's business goals.
Louisiana Purchase came to us with a website that was lackluster, didn't reflect their offerings, or who they are, and most importantly, wasn't attracting or converting visitors to customers in the restaurant.
Nils and Bailey approached us with an idea, a raved about product, and a vision for the long-term. They see Crème de la Cocoa, a gourmet confectioner, as a company they can pass down to their children one day. Talk about a delicious inheritance!
Proper came to us wanting to bring more life to their old website. Give it some personality, a sense of home and family, and a place to showcase what Proper is; quality, southern food as a way of life.
Rezaz came to use fresh off of a change in leadership. Two long time chefs had just purchased the restaurant from the original founder. The old site was difficult to use, wasn't bringing in more customers, and in turn wasn't achieving business goals.
Everyone from toddlers to our elders use iPhones and iPads on daily basis. And everyone in between has an opinion. These raving fans, and the contrary, take to the Internet to share how incredible, or not so, their experiences are.
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