O2C Newsletter November 2014
We’re pleased to announce that Busec Ltd has appointed us as their marketing agency. We will be doing a brainstorming exercise to get some campaign ideas flowing before we add some Search Engine Optimisation elements to their website so they can get found in search engines.
CLIENTS COMING BACK FOR MORE
We’ve worked with Arval on many successful marketing campaigns in the past, and they have just signed up for five more to support their sales team. As always, we’ll perform an extensive discovery before getting our heads down – hopefully we won’t suffer from a situation similar to the candy cane shortage this year!
Workshop Recruitment were so pleased with the look and feel of the website we created for them that they were keen to extend the brand further. We’ve designed a two-year desk calendar that they can send out to clients and prospects, while also creating an interactive, clickable PDF, showcasing what they offer. This includes various clickable icons and it responsively fits to every screen size!
CD Fleet Services
CD Fleet Services have signed off their logo so we can get to work producing their point of sales materials. We’re part way through designing product sheets, business stationery and more, next we’ll be designing and building responsive HTML mailer templates that they will be able to edit themselves and send out to their client base.
To present their many courses, GBS Corporate wanted something a little different to the usual printed brochure. With this in mind we’re currently creating an interactive e-brochure that has some snazzy elements such as social sharing on each individual page and the option to download as well as search the document.
Focal Point Training
Focal Point Training’s Conversion Rate Optimisation changes have now been approved. This means we’ve moved some key elements around the current web design to encourage visitors to complete a call-to-action like phoning them to book their services. Our CRO exercises are tailored to fit clients’ needs and preferences, Focal Point Training wanted more calls, so that is what they shall receive!