Carlton PR & Marketing — A Case Study

Connor Croteau
Jun 30, 2018 · 1 min read
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Carlton PR & Marketing (CPRM) is an agency based out of Boston, MA.

The firm was in need of a website re-vamp. Some of the area’s they wanted to improve on their website was cleaning up and organizing the presentation of their content, adding new case studies, adding more recent photos of team members. The biggest design improvement was on the homepage; giving visitors a more intuitive path to take to learn about next steps including direct call to actions and email subscription to get new clients in their marketing funnel. They needed help bringing their new design to life.

We came to the rescue. We created a brand new wordpress instance, chose the right theme for the job and added chunks of custom CSS code to give the website its custom look to look exactly like the design we we initially presented with.

After launch, CPRM experienced an increase in their newsletter signups on their website resulting in more connections and opportunities to connect with their visitors to bring them into their network to connect them further with valuable opportunities which directly helps them with their mission and growth of their brand.

You can see the entire website here at: https://www.carltonprmarketing.com/

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