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Digital Cinema LA

Digital Cinema LA

We transformed this film and video equipment rental company's old, static website into a vibrant, multimedia-rich web presence. To make it easier for the client to maintain and add future products to the site, we used the Joomla content management system with a custom template and e-commerce shopping cart component customized to handle rental transactions. iScribePro wrote the product descriptions for all the equipment in the company's inventory along with an extensive FAQ section and several blog articles for the client. We also collected, secured permission, and/or took photos of all products.

Savvy Landlord

Savvy Landlord

An iScribePro writer crafted the content on every page of this apartment management portal site including product and service descriptions and SEO optimization. Our content strategist did extensive market research on competitor websites to help differentiate the client's product offerings. To help the client generate more traffic, we implemented a monthly online magazine and email newsletter sent to subscribers. Finally, we added revenue generating features such as premium membership plans, affiliate partnerships, and a digital library of downloadable legal forms for sale.

After launching the new website, Savvy Landlord's sales have skyrocketed.

Web Series Creator

Web Series Creator

We designed and produced the website for this media company using the Joomla content management system with a customized template, databases, blog component, and comprehensive social network. iScribePro writers also wrote and edited the seminar descriptions, module content, several blog articles, and press releases for the client.

Village Westwood

Village Westwood

We crafted a dynamic website for a prominent apartment property in West Los Angeles. The client, a property management company, primarily wanted a colorful "brochure-style" website with a photo slideshow, floor plans and persuasive writing to attract new renters and get them to come to the location to see available apartments. After further discussions with the owner, we showed them how the site could double as a password-protected residential portal that current tenants could use to download landlord forms, submit maintenance requests, pay rent, and communicate with the leasing office manager to facilitate other routine transactions.

Many of the large real estate management companies across the nation that manage thousands of apartment units already offer these kinds of tenant-friendly features and operational resources on their websites, but such advanced enterprise-level functionality is typically expensive to develop and is beyond the reach of most apartment owners with smaller marketing budgets. Other web design companies the client received bids from wanted to charge $7000 to $10,000 for this type of website.

After a lot of research, we found some open source software solutions that could be tweaked to duplicate most of the fancy functions on these expensive real estate websites without a lot of custom coding. We saved the client thousands of dollars and they were very happy with the end result.