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3D CityScapes, a multimillion dollar proptech company, owns and operates Spotlight Property Viewer, and the startup needed a website that showcases the many 3D interactive models they’ve created for property developers. They wanted an attractive digital presence that appealed and explained to developers the power that modelling with video game software has to market and sell properties.
After working with Dynamite Sites, 3D CityScapes now has a uniquely dynamic site that uses the beauty of the high quality renderings their tech creates to keep users enthralled as they browse through the incredible array of finished projects. This website also includes an impressive range of multimedia, including high-resolution videos and hotspot tours.
Monica, the personal trainer at Monzi Fitness already had clients and an amazing amount of 5-star Google reviews. But still, potential client kept asking her if she had a website because some want to learn more about her services and offerings before committing.
Now, Monica has a bright, colorful, and clean website that acts as the digital face for her business. It’s not only aesthetically inviting, but it also details all her offerings, informs visitors of those amazing reviews, and pulls leads into her email marketing funnel to further nurture them to buy.
VWAT’s original website was an outdated design lacking color and media that didn’t always display properly. It also didn’t allow for user engagement because it was only possible sign up for events or appointments via email.
Now, their new site has lovely photos showcasing the organization’s sense of community. In addition, the event calendar and appointment setting tool allow visitors to register right when they want to. They also signed on for ongoing SEO, and during the optimization of their site, VWAT got more traffic and new clients!
B2B Opps Referral Group is a community of business owners in Canada and the U.S that meet virtually and in-person. The goal of the group is to promote each other’s businesses, provide marketing opportunities, and offer support during the entrepreneurial journey.
The referral group needed a membership site with a blog, an events page, a forum and reporting forms. This user-friendly multi-tool platform allows members to stay informed easily, share content, report statistics, and attract new members – all to bolster the referral group’s success.
Deirdre had been imagining a website to showcase her digital art, serving as portfolio that could be incredibly useful to gain more paid engagements or simply share her work with others.
Now, Deirdre has a modern website with a minimalist aesthetic that makes her artwork pop. And if she eventually wants an online store to sell her pieces or a calendar and registration to promote her events, Dynamite Sites will be easily able to add features and functionality while maintaining the chosen design.
Miss Ruth’s English Podcast required a membership site where ESL learners could enroll in online courses with lots of lessons and find their way without getting lost or confused.
Now, with the amazing power of customization that WordPress allows, Miss Ruth’s English has a range of functionality that makes the learning experience on the site superior:
- 20+ online courses whose lessons can be navigated to individually;
- overview of progress so learners can see which courses they completed and scores they received on quizzes;
- option to change playback speed so the audio for listening practice can be played slower;
- language switcher to automatically translate into multiple languages;
- and different memberships, where users can upgrade or downgrade their own level.
Marilyn had wanted a website for years, and she had dreams of practicing naturopathic medicine through her own clinic. She wanted to build the site herself, but figuring that out wasn’t easy, she didn’t have the time, and the typical WordPress web designer in Toronto can charge a lot.
Now, Marilyn’s made thousands of dollars from her first successful women’s retreat, advertised on her site, and she has all the scheduling tools to run her clinic. On top of that, through a training session, Marilyn’s learned more about editing and updating her site and taking care of security.
The support group organizers had a vision for a website that could educate those newly diagnosed with myeloma and their caregivers. However, they didn’t know how to turn their Word doc with a hundred-plus pages into a properly functioning site.
After working with Dynamite Sites, this Vancouver group now has a hopeful display of life-saving information on myeloma. The support group has received wonderful feedback on their new presence, and the organizers are much more confident about using WordPress, now updating the content themselves.