Over the past several months, 4x3 has been working closely with Norris Sales to create weekly marketing campaigns to help drive traffic from social media back to the website. Each targeted campaign focused on a specific aspect of the Norris Sales' inventory, ranging from construction equipment to in-store consumables.
We are proud to unveil our new website, inspired and designed by our team here at 4x3.
In order to incentivise webmasters to secure their websites, Google is rewarding companies with SSL Certificates with higher search rankings. Since the release of version 56 of Chrome, Google is entering the first part of a staged rollout that encourages websites to add HTTPS to secure sites and give an increased expectation of privacy for users.
For the 4th year in a row 4x3 has proudly marketed the annual Odessa Brewfest. Through a custom-designed website, social media and content marketing we helped the Historic Odessa Foundation invite hundreds of visitors as they enjoyed award-winning craft beer, gourmet food, local craft vendors, live music, and historical demonstrations on the beautiful grounds of the 1769 Warner-Wilson house in Odessa, Delaware.
Diesel Adventures has engaged 4x3 to manage their web content and to devise a marketing strategy to improve SEO and increase your page ranking organically on major search engines and social media platforms through effective content marketing.
The EAT (Everyone At the Table) Café is a non-profit, pay-what-you-can restaurant that nourishes, educates, and unites the community.
Located in West Philadelphia, the EAT Café provides a welcoming space to nourish the community through good food and fellowship. The custom designed website perfectly reflects the welcoming nature of the restaurant while effectively organizing the various activities, events, and educational programming the EAT Café provides.
When GF&M Law contacted 4x3 for a redesign of their website, we worked closely with the firm to create a site that reflected the class and professionalism of GF&M but also was functional on all devices and SEO-friendly.
When approached by the Historic Odessa Foundation for a website redesign in 2010, 4x3 was tasked with implementing an efficient, user-friendly solution that prioritized content rich management and custom navigation. The resulting website design allowed visitors to clearly discover and understand Historic Odessa's wealth of information.
Back in February, 4x3 redesigned Prevention Works! website. The new site strategically-focused on responsive design and custom Google maps as functional modifications to increase organic SEO and visitors.
4x3 partnered with Cause Design on a web design project and proposal for our client, The John Templeton Foundation. The professional relationship between the two studios has allowed for us to create a user-friendly, beautiful, and functional site that showcased the Templeton Foundation's annual report in a streamlined, beautiful way.