Completion of JPP Marketing Website

Completion of JPP Marketing Website
28  August 2009

 

CyDezines’ latest website design and web development project is that of JPP Marketing, an e-marketing agency based in Limassol, Cyprus.

Providing e-marketing services including e-marketing strategy planning, advanced web analytics, website design consulting, search engine optimisation (SEO), social media optimisation, email marketing, and pay-per-click (PPC) search advertising such as Google Adwords campaigns, JPP Marketing has been growing rapidly in this sector.

Requirements of the JPP Marketing website design and development project included an SEO friendly build and a CMS build with additional functionality to allow in-house updates by both the agency and JPP Marketing. Comprehensive analytics reporting was also implemented to track the increasing numbers of online marketing activities effectively.

CyDezines, aware of the challenge to create a corporate and professional online presence for JPP Marketing, developed a tidy and functional layout design allowing JPP to update resources available to its clients regularly. In order to maximise search engine optimisation efforts via regular, updated content, such updates will now immediately feature on the JPP home page as well as via RSS feeds.

Enhancing the overall web design layout, is a flash element on the homepage, and JPP Marketing was very happy with the results.

“CyDezines intuitively knew what the requirements of JPP were, based on the e-marketing services offered to our clients. We are very pleased with the result. I believe the website design communicates effectively and succinctly what JPP Marketing does: e-marketing,” commented Julia Papageorgiou, Director of JPP Marketing.

“Through working closely with their astute development team to communicate our needs and future requirements,”  Julia said, “the development done by Cydezines provides us with a solid base from which to move forward as rapidly as the industry of online marketing innovation and development evolves.”