Your website is a key component to your brand’s success. It’s your 24/7 sales & marketing machine, and often, the first impression.
So it’s critical you invest the time and effort into building a website that will connect, engage and inspire your visitors.
Creating, optimizing and managing a strong web presence requires both sound brand strategy that informs website design as well as the application of marketing tools to make the site work effectively and efficiently to achieve the brand’s business objectives. A strong website must communicate the desired brand pillars through visual (and potentially auditory) cues as well as the experience a user has while navigating through the site. The technical tools provide web optimization to ensure that the site is easily found, rewarded and, most importantly, not penalized for structure and content, as well as protected against potential threats.
At Six Degrees, we design your site to reflect your brand, optimize the size for SEO/SEM, effectively use PPC, build for mobile and help you become a brand conversationalist rather than a brand publisher.
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Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals approached Six Degrees to help them name and create a brand identity for an upcoming trial to test the efficacy of a particular drug in treating pulmonary sarcoidosis.
Nationwide Excess & Surplus (E&S) approached Six Degrees to develop a new marketing campaign to align with their new strategic direction. Following review of the new strategic direction for Nationwide E&S, Six Degrees interviewed both Nationwide executives and key customers before developing messaging that was both compelling and differentiating.
Six Degrees was approached to develop from scratch a new brand in the excess & surplus insurance space that would immediately and successfully compete with established Fortune 500 competitors.
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