We are proud of our work with a diverse range of clients. Due to privacy, security, and proprietary concerns we do not publicly post our client list. References are available upon request.
Here are some client stories…
Finnerman is a wiz at sales. His word of mouth was so good he didn’t feel he needed a website. Then he decided to take the plunge and soon was enthusiastically engaged. Not only has his new website helped him find new business, he also learned that it was a helpful tool for ongoing sales with existing customers. Even better? We discovered that he did not own the Google Places property that was directing customers to a rogue website and stealing precious business. We corrected the problem, gained control of this critical asset, and the leads are pouring in!
“Santa’s Clause” is a long and storied family business. They put on a light show that is second to none. While their Christmas destination was a shining beacon of holiday cheer their website was a burned out bulb. Designed with state of the art technology (10 years ago) they needed a fresh approach. PhillyTechGuy worked with the family to design a modern website that was informative and attractive and easy to navigate. Well, PhillyTechGuy may not be an elf, but Santa has been very pleased. Last year their website handled over 300,000 visitors.
“Joe” contacted us and had a long list of requests for a website that had some significant problems. The site was created by a developer that had fallen out of favor or disappeared (not sure which) and the owner was an irrepressible bundle of energy that had added functions and applications to the site with wild abandon. He began to realize that he was in over his head.
While the site held amazing potential as a niche community portal for a sport with growing popularity it was collapsing under its own weight.
PhillyTechGuy worked with Joe, made some painful but important recommendations, and began to slowly work with Joe to revamp some core community functions of the website. The end of the story is that this site now sits in the top five of Google searches in its niche market, in spite of not a single dime spent on GoogleAds. The site now runs smoothly and has a sustainable model for continued growth and development.
A clown came to me crying. Her web developer was holding her hostage and then stopped returning calls. Then he decided to get out of the website business. Did I mention the website was on his personal servers and he refused to give her back the website she had paid for? I can’t stand to see a clown cry so I went quickly to work. She now has a nice website, is back to making kids smile, and she gets leads on a weekly basis.
“Randy Realtor” owns a housing empire. His business is a proud provider of housing for many generations. But their social game was lacking. Facebook pages were controlled by individual employees, or were gathering dust, or worst yet, compromised by competitors. Working together with their team I helped them regain control of their social accounts, create and enforce employee protocols for social management, and for over five years I have assisted in monitoring over 25 social accounts. Now a sore thumb has become an engaging part of their business portfolio and they get leads on a daily basis from this valuable asset.