In 2013, That’s It was briefed to redevelop the Nashua Limited website to better reflect the company’s strategic move from a hardware and office automation specialist, to a managed document services provider. The website was designed in conjunction with Nashua’s above the line agency, Brand Inc.
I oversaw the production management of the website, redeveloped the brand’s Google Adwords strategy and provided wire-frames for some of the sites strategic newer features, including the new MDS (Managed Document Services) pages, and the printer diagnostic tool, which allows users to narrow down Nashua’s products according to their specifications.
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That’s It recently redesigned and redeveloped the BetterBond site, along with 3 other websites which make up the newly branded BetterLife Group. The site is fully responsive and has makes use of advanced SEO techniques to ensure its ranking in a highly competitive industry.
Since the website redesign, the website traffic has increased by 83.88% (based on a recent year-on-year comparison of overall visits).
That’s It is also BetterBond’s official Social Media agency, and has maintained the brand’s online community after growing it by 4 601% in just 6 weeks via a viral Facebook competition.
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We were briefed to rejuvenate this family-owned, boutique string of hotels, located in some of South Africa’s most sought-after destinations.
Our revised design utilised beautiful photography of the venues and specialist SEO techniques. The websites were completely redesigned and were created on a user-friendly CMS, making regular special updates possible.
In addition to overseeing the full SEO-friendly rewrite of the sites, I also assisted in importing and restyling the staff blogs into the website, to further improve SEO rankings and give credibility to their existing content marketing strategy.
Tintswalo Atlantic’s traffic has so far grown approximately 43.61% since the previous period, attracting primarily local traffic, while Tintswalo Safari- with its international appeal, has seen its traffic grow 67.82% on average since the last period.
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This unusual recruitment video- shot over 2 days and currently being developed as an i-Trailer, full of additional rich media content- sought to introduce FNB Connect as a fun, innovative place to work. I wrote the script, directed the shoot and oversaw the edit of the video and the accompanying interviews.
I also suggested releasing a ‘teaser’ for the video, featuring the team doing the Harlem Shake, at the peak of the trend, which also received some online attention.
BetterBond is a leading bond originator in South Africa. That’s It has been responsible for the brand’s online presence for a number of years, and last year I assumed responsibility for creating and managing BetterBond’s social media presence.
As with Nashua Limited, this presence extends across Facebook, Twitter, Google + (yes, Google+) and LinkedIn. Through the use of content marketing via the BetterBond Blog, advertising and viral campaign development, we have successfully grown this community and, as a result, increased overall traffic to the BetterBond website.
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Nashua Limited is the leading distributor of digital office automation equipment and document output solutions in Southern Africa.
While at That’s It, I have overseen the social media strategy for the brand, from day-to-day conversations, to CRM, to growing the brand following with content marketing, competitions, campaigns and Facebook advertising. The brand’s social media presence includes Facebook, Twitter, Google + and LinkedIn, where a tailored content strategy has taken the differences between each platform into careful account.
I also manage the Google Adwords account for Nashua Limited.
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To coincide with the launch of the new That’s It Communications website, I set up social media platforms for our agency on Facebook, Twitter and the then newly launched Pinterest, to emphasize the company’s strong design philosophy.
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In addition to writing all of the SEO-friendly content on the website, I also contributed a number of posts on the company’s blog: