Scott D Offord necessitava di un nuovo design di tema di wordpress e ha lanciato un contest su 99designs.
È stato scelto un vincitore tra 82 design presentati da 10 designer.
Location: Milwaukee, WI
Slogan: Make the 1st Impression Count
Point of Difference: We are NOT a call center... we are the Virtual Assistant to your sales representatives.
Competitors: Two companies that offer similar services as LK Marketing:
Other companies that could be considered as competitors:
New Prospect Telesales
Person to Person Direct
Testimonials will be spread throughout the content of the various webpages.
LK Marketing will send traffic to the website through offline methods and through email correspondences.
Website will be redesigned, custom graphics will be implemented, and the text/content of the website pages will be self-manageable via an online content management system, including
Primary Aim: website visitor should become a client
Online Objective: provide information, increase sales, marketing/brand awareness
New website should be: Sincere, Professional, Polite
What is needed: Website Redesign, Wordpress Template
We would like to see the following entries:
- homepage mockup (Will be a Wordpress 'Page')
- single page mockup (Page / Single Post)
- blog archive mockup (an Archive of posts)
Navigation (5 main pages, 2 sub-pages, and 2 sub-sub-pages):
Virtual Assistant Services
- Cold Calling
- Setting Appointments
- - Qualifying Leads
- - Updating Prospect Lists
How You Succeed
Layout: Preferably a two column layout, with horizontal navigation near the top, and vertical navigation on the side.
Design: Website should look "full" – not a lot of white or blank space, should not have too much content, should look robust with deep colors and contrast, with simplicity. (sample logo/banner is attached)
Company colors: purple – various stages of this color, in contrast various stages of grey, white and black
There should be a clear call-to-action on the homepage, like a button, or badge that encourages the visitor to call or email now.
We wouldn't mind seeing a Click-to-Call button / text box somewhere as well, so visitors can enter their phone number, and the phone system will call the visitor and connect them with LK Marketing representative, perhaps.