Case Studies Archive

What’chu talkin’ ’bout, Willis?

Posted March 5, 2011 By Website Psychiatrist

A friend of ours who is a web developer called us saying they were disappointed with how their recent WordPress installation was performing with the search engines. While they liked using the WordPress back end, they felt like they lost enough ranking that they were considering dumping WordPress.

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Woodworking Business

Posted February 21, 2011 By Website Psychiatrist

We were recently asked to look at a woodworking site. The quality of woodworking capabilities that was displayed was amazing, but unfortunately the site was not doing these artists any good.

The site wasn’t bad, but it needed a lot more content. If you turned off the images on the site, you had no idea what is was that they did. Yes, a picture is worth a thousand words, but the search engines are blind when it comes to pictures. Read the remainder of this entry »

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Form over function – Post Cereals

Posted February 20, 2011 By Website Psychiatrist

Since our son has a peanut and soy allergy, I was trying to find the ingredients of Post’s Honeycomb cereal. Shouldn’t be that big of deal, after a quick search I found this page: http://cereals.com/cereals/post_honeycomb/,  and that’s where the fun began. Read the remainder of this entry »

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What is it?

Posted February 18, 2011 By Website Psychiatrist

We were asked to review the site of a business that had grown in many directions over the years. The website as well as the business had developed Severe Dissociative Identity Disorder. Read the remainder of this entry »

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Furniture Store

Posted February 10, 2011 By Website Psychiatrist

We were recently asked to look at a website of a furniture store. The site was very attractive, but it wasn’t generating any interest for the owner. We took a look at it and found a few things that concerned us. Read the remainder of this entry »

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