Griffiths & Hutchins
Griffiths & Hutchins approached us with a brief to rebuild their ageing ecommerce store. They were struggling to keep their old system up to date and were finding it difficult to add new products to their site. To resolve these problems, we recommended a bespoke WooCommerce website build.
We spent a great deal of time analysing our client’s needs in order to ensure we could recommend the right solution. Once we had integrated the functionality they needed, we added in a mobile-friendly theme that was compatible with the new Gutenberg editor.
The outcome was a fast, SEO-friendly website that is easy to use – both for our client and for their customers.
How-2-Drive is a local independent driving school. Based in Norwich, this popular school of motoring was founded by Howard Floyd in 2009.
When Howard approached us at the beginning of 2015, his site was struggling to rank for his most competitive keyphrases and his PPC spend wasn’t returning the results he wanted.
Our challenge was to revamp How-2-Drive’s entire digital marketing strategy. We started with a bespoke WordPress website that was search engine friendly and that put mobile users at the front and centre.
With a solid foundation in place, we then set about making regular search engine optimisation improvements. We focused on optimising for local SEO, adding structured data, increasing the length and quality of the content on core pages and posting regular news updates to the site.
Howard is overjoyed with the results he’s seen. His site now ranks on the first page of Google for all his major search terms. SEO is a long game, so we continue to work closely with How-2-Drive in order to keep their website firmly in the spotlight.
Norwich Residential Management
As a locally-based company, Norwich Residential Management came to us looking for a website design and development agency that could manage and develop their fleet of websites.
When the time came to refresh their flagship website, we quickly turned the client’s detailed brief into a reality. We discovered that some aspects of user interaction weren’t possible with the theme they’d chosen. To meet the requirements of the brief we used custom front-end web development to achieve the effect they were after.
After we completed the website refresh we then turned it into an ecommerce store. Customers can now buy replacement items such as key fobs and even book visitor parking spaces. Our client has been able to significantly cut down on the amount of staff time that is spent handling the sales of consumable items. This has directly contributed to operational savings.
NRM’s entire website portfolio is hosted on our blazing fast business hosting platform. It is also protected from hackers and other avoidable disasters by our WordPress Monthly Care Plan.