Eastlake Vet Hospital’s former website was hosted by a proprietary Content Management System. The CMS-based site was poorly designed with non-semantic HTML markup, invalid HTML, and slow page load times; most of the CMS problems were also contributing to poor search engine optimization.
The new Eastlake Vet Hospital website, powered by WordPress, is not only exceptionally designed – it is optimized for search indexing and displays better in a variety of devices.
Part of our team’s work also involved optimizing the animal clinic’s Google AdWords campaign.
I just wanted to thank you for your fantastic work in providing me with a new professional website for my veterinary hospital. I really appreciate your understanding that this is an arena that is difficult for me and all the patience you displayed during the process. I now have a website that I am proud of. Couldn’t be happier and look forward to working with you in the future Carl D. Anderson DVM Eastlake Vet Hospital
Dumas Bay Centre, a former convent, is an affordable event venue for all types of groups — from business meetings and craft gatherings to memorials and weddings. The event center overlooks Dumas Bay from a 12-acre natural setting with a waterfront gazebo and historic garden. Three meeting rooms can accommodate up to 98 event attendees. And up to 90 guests can overnight in 67 guest rooms.
Our team created a full marketing plan including a new website, brand identity and marketing materials. The work included a comprehensive advertising plan with ads in Bravo, MyWedding.com, the Federal Way Mirror, and other publications.
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Team Lead: Susanna Tull Communications Consulting Graphic Design: Peg Ogle Communications & Social Media Consulting: Scott Marlow Community Outreach, Market Research & Evaluation: Tiffany Crosby Field Marketing: Mark Tull Administration: Yukari Bettencourt
Last February, King County Metro hired our consulting team to implement In Motion, a community-based social marketing program to promote sustainable transportation. Following its three-step transportation demand management (TDM) model, the In Motion program encouraged residents of Kent (Washington’s sixth largest city) to reduce their drive-alone car trips over a 20-week period.
Highlights from Kent East Hill In Motion:
7% of households responded
190 participants (78%) pledged to reduce at least two drive alone trips per week; and 61% of those who pledged reported reducing their drive alone trips.
Over the 20-week program period, participants: Reduced: 4,595 drive-alone trips Saved: 105,443 miles; 5,272 gallons of gas; and 102,280 lbs of CO2