Web Design and Development
How many people walk through your office door or call you on the phone each month? No doubt you present your organization’s best face to every person who calls or visits. Why wouldn’t you do the same for the thousands more who land on your website each month? The first impression many people will get of your organization is from your website, so how your site looks and functions matters. A stagnant and unappealing website could send the wrong message about your organization. Just ask our client Laura Lee Sylvester, president of the Kinston-Lenoir County Chamber of Commerce.
“Kinston was overlooked by a company seeking to relocate to our region – a company that would bring new jobs and investment. Why? Because they had researched potential communities online and Kinston’s web presence wasn’t engaging enough to invite a deeper look. We were determined that would not happen again.”
Journal Communications designs current, compelling and cost-effective websites that help our clients meet their marketing objectives. We build websites based on great content for multiple audiences and with a flexible infrastructure designed to adapt to rapidly-changing Web and communication trends.
Web Development Features:
flexibility. Our website designs offer clients multiple options for promoting specific content, such as events, member accomplishments or organization news.
control. The robust yet user-friendly content management system allows clients to add, remove, change or rearrange content in real time, without requiring any additional technical skill.
engagement. Content-rich websites use editorial, photography and video to actively engage visitors, rank high with search engines and target new audiences.
reach. RSS feeds, integrated social media share tools and feeds allow clients to communicate with their audience through multiple channels.
growth. We monitor the site’s traffic, provide monthly analysis and help clients use that information to achieve their goals. We research and analyze web trends and make adjustments as necessary ensuring our clients’ sites won’t ever become outdated.
For more information about Journal’s Web design and development services, contact Todd Potter at (800) 333-8842, X295.
Journal Communications began working with the Tennessee Farm Bureau in 2004, helping the organization design a strategy – which includes a quarterly print publication and companion website – to better communicate with its non-farming members.
In 2010, Journal expanded that… MORE >>
The city of Brentwood, Tenn., was looking for a way to use taxes collected from hotel visits to promote tourism and the community’s “buy local” efforts.
City officials decided to invest in a website that would serve as both a… MORE >>
Journal began working with the Kinston-Lenoir Chamber of Commerce on a chamber integrated publishing program in 2008. In 2010, Kinston became the third chamber to partner with Journal for design and development of the chamber of commerce website.
Chamber President… MORE >>