Jeff Segal, CEO of Nexaware, a startup technology firm based in Virginia, faced a common challenge. He was launching a new company and its first product, E-Scale, at the same time, and he needed to differentiate them on the company’s website so that they would have unique identities. The solution was a website with a dual focus.
Millennial entrepreneur seeks web design help from Buzzquake for Annapolis-based escape room business
ANNAOPLIS, MARYLAND “We reinforced what we already knew about the power of the internet when it comes to marketing,” said Jason Cherry, owner of a new business here named Mission Escape Rooms. “We got 460 email subscribers with just our coming soon page, and in the first six hours after we launched the website we [...]
It took some doing, but Andrew Wolff’s staff eventually convinced him that he needed a website befitting a world-renowned hip surgeon. Although he knew that his existing site was stale, and, worse yet, contained inaccurate information, he was apprehensive. “Dr. Wolff is very humble by nature,” said Alex Napoli, a PA student who works part-time [...]
“From the beginning my vision for our new website was to create a place that would pleasantly engage folks and then exceed their expectations,” said Kim Watters, the fearless leader of GovRealm, a consulting company that she recently launched to help federal contractors win more business. “In other words, I wanted the site to mirror [...]
A recently completed website project was a familiar scenario for /buzzquake, an Ellicott City, Maryland, digital marketing firm tasked with building awareness for Noovis, a newly launched LAN integrator that specialized in fiber optics. “They needed a website to increase brand awareness and push their capabilities out to prospects,” said Frank Hazzard, a content strategist [...]