A leader in the field of trenchless pipelining, US Pipelining has handled storm sewer and sanitary sewer projects for clients that include Johnson and Johnson, SeaWorld, SEPTA, Shell, Disney World and NASA.
This Langhorne-based company operates around the country and prides itself on offering efficient solutions and “a quick and less stressful” overall experience for its customers.
Unfortunately, their website did not reflect this ethos. They came to us with a broken WordPress site that used an outdated drag-and-drop-theme and featured plug-ins that didn’t work. They’d also been working with a developer who hadn’t been responsive to their needs.
We gave US Pipelining a new platform which much more stability and attention to detail. It’s a fully responsive site – meaning it looks great on any device – that speaks to their strengths as a company.
Are you worried that your website doesn’t reflect who you are as a company? IQnection can help. Contact our sales department to learn how our web design and marketing teams can create a site that attracts your ideal customer
Here at IQnection, we typically find that when the summer winds die down and vacations wrap up, our clients are ready to finalize and launch their new website projects. And let's be honest - a new website is no small undertaking.
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Sales! Its what every business aims for. This week's blog is written by Eric Jacobson, Business Development Manager at IQnection, about his experiences in Dan Tyre's Sales Lion, an exclusive class for Hubspot sales professionals. We hope you can apply some of Eric's suggestions from his experience to your own business. - Greg Cawood, President, IQnection
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Networking online means more than just connecting with a bunch of people on LinkedIn or Twitter. And networking offline goes beyond just handing out business cards.
There’s an art to both kinds of networking, and some of the tricks for connecting with prospects in person will also help you connect on the web.
Here are a few tips on how to network, whether you’re at a business luncheon or on your laptop.
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Your website is one of the most important tools you can use to grow your business. Most companies, however, have no idea what makes an effective website, or how to position content that will speak to their prospective customers. This short guide will teach you how to reposition your content to be client focused and, in turn, much more effective.
But before you sit down and start typing, ask yourself this one simple question: What is the purpose of my website?
When it comes to creating content, this is far and away the most important question you can ask yourself. The answer should both inform and guide every creative aspect of your website.