As a new business, Creature Calls needed a website that made an impression on visitors through the visuals and strong call to action. Services and expertise of the Creature Calls team also needed to be emphasised.
Along with the new logo and branding, the Creature Calls website was launched in July 2021.
A measure of success for the launch included moving the website up to feature prominently in search engine rankings, as well as facilitate and promote client contact via phone call. We're incredibly pleased to announce both of these goals have, and continue, to be met.
We feel the Creature Calls website is a great blend of both consistent branding for the business, that also portrays information in a simple, straightforward way.
Most important was promoting the services Cath and Lauren offer, and subsequently enabling people to contact the team to book. This was achieved through having primary contact information visible across all touch points of the website, as well as a clear 'contact' menu option.
Additional information such as operating hours, emergency information and 'what we don't do' is also incorporated within the website - while the "Frequently Asked Questions" area also helps to get some key information across to potential clients.
We are also doing some ongoing search engine optimisation work for Creature Calls - which includes ongoing optimisation as well as recommendations for the client in terms of setting up a blog and what to post.
Overall, we're really happy with the look, feel and outcomes of the website and are looking forward to watching the business continue to grow.
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