Website development & Marketing Strategy
About The Client
Synopsis: Project 6 GR is a startup that came to us with the aim of gaining prospective customers in a crowded and competitive auto accessories market space, by establishing their brand identity and developing a strong marketing strategy.
Although, we are known for our quality delivery of web development projects and effective digital marketing campaigns, what defines the success of this project comes down to a great return on investment.
Websites Depot works with the client closely to understand their business at a deep level, paying a great deal of attention to current revenue drivers, and analyzing a client’s current online marketing and sales funnels. Therefore, we are able to distinguish ourselves by successfully improving our client’s marketing strategy to exceed future goals. IIn the case of Project 6 GR, we helped our client develop their branding and set up the digital infrastructure, which included an e-commerce platform, page content, merchant services.
Problem: A great marketing strategy that brings results to your business is not complete with just a great looking website alone. A website must be complemented with a set of traffic-building assets such as high performance SEO and pay-per-click traffic, which serves to drive traffic to your site.
The auto accessories space is extremely crowded with large, established brands that are already dominating the competitive landscape for a long time. This means that whichever agency a business decides to work with needs to perform at a caliber as high as, if not higher than, agencies working for the larger brands.
The financial resources of a startup is usually limited. Thus, there is a huge risk of wasting money if the wrong digital agency is chosen. Websites Depot stands out as a high performing, professional online agency that relies on an internal marketing team of experienced professionals rather than an outsourced marketing agency, a practice that is common in digital industry where many agencies try to cut corners.