Client: Maryhill Museum
Services: Complete Responsive Website; creative strategy; design & build; SEO; CRO; & Content Strategy.
Design: Stephan Smith with Webdirexion.
eCommerce: Webdirexion 123Forms for Event Registrations
Platform: WordPress on the Divi Theme Platform | EventOn Calendar System | Kindful Donation Platform
Client Comment: ” We have had many great comments about the site. Myself and the staff love it as well.” — Colleen Schaffroth, Executive DIrector
eCommerce: We build custom Event Registration using our Webdirexion 123Forms featured on our Business Care Plans.
Click to enlarge. Home is long style overview content strategy. It loads in approx. 1.5 seconds — load speed (great for SEO) is another special focus on our Business Care Plans.
Here are a few of comments the museum received:
“Dear Colleen and board – The website is outstanding. I really like – and will benefit from – the clear listing and description of the events this year. It is a really a “Date of Note!” Photography is beautiful. Wonderful job to marketing and all contributors!” — Nancy Leahy
“Wow, what a fantastic and impressive website. And yes, looks amazing on my mobile! Congratulations to all who made this vision come to reality! Maryhill is with the big-leagues now Looks good, thank you!” — Mark Masterson
We have specialties in healthcare, dental clinics, and have handled more than one client in the hotel, financial services, and law firm industries. Right now we are balanced with about 60% B2B focus, and 40% in B2C.
Scott serves as Chief Optimizer on the Webdirexion team for both development and content marketing strategy, and is the author of the new book, “The Marketer’s Concise Guide to CRO” (Oct. 2015). He is a career marketing communications professional with niche industry specialties in healthcare, law firms, and hotel marketing and holds recent certifications in Google Analytics Mastery (Udemy), and RACE Digital Marketing (Smart Insights).
Scott has also taught business, web programming and eCommerce courses at colleges in the Portland, Oregon area. He currently teaches WordPress Content Marketing Power, an online course through Udemy, and has spoken at several Content Marketing conferences. When he is not geeking out on a Mac, Nexus 7, or Google Chromebook, he enjoys Tai Chi, walking with his two dogs, and survives on Coffee and Pizza.