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Envision Launches Snappy Kitchens Website and Kitchen Design Tool using Drupal

Snappy Kitchens is a Dallas based company that allows consumers to design a kitchen online using their Snappy Kitchen Wizard. Our web development team used Drupal to create their marketing website as well as the wizard. This project included custom Drupal module development for scheduling, searching for store locations, and franchisee management (order management, organic groups, etc). Basic Drupal modules used included Views, Features, Rules, Chaos Tools, SEO Checklist, Meta Tags, and Google Analytics.

Now it’s up to the Envision Interactive SEM department to launch a paid search campaign to generate traffic!

North American Spine Launching A Dallas TV Media Buy

We are excited to announce the upcoming launch of a local-market TV campaign for our client North American Spine. Our client’s spots will be airing on the top broadcast stations in the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex starting the week of July 5th!

This TV buy will help provide synergy between the North American Spine’s current online and offline media efforts planned and purchased by Envision Interactive.

My new website is finally live – now what?

So, you’ve recently created a website. You managed to make it through the planning, design, development, and testing phases. You wrote all new content for your services pages, added new photos of the team, and even installed analytics. Time to relax, celebrate, and watch the leads flood your inbox, right? Wrong.

You’re just getting started. The following is a simple set of guidelines that will help you maintain a content-relevant website; one that draws in potential customers and gives them reasons to interact with your brand.

The obvious goal of any website is to attract visitors. In order for that to happen, users need to have a reason to visit. And that reason is quality, relevant content! Naturally, upon the launch of the website, you will already have some fresh new content on your site, usually in the form of your about us page, a blog, or employee bio’s. But is that sufficient? Not quite.
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