Art Academy of Cincinnati

The Art Academy of Cincinnati hired Cinci360 to provide a digital twin of their galleries, classrooms, and student exhibitions in 2017 and 2020. Additionally, they requested help with online marketing presence including SEO, Google Ads, and Google Merchant.

Ingage Partners

In November of 2019, Ingage Partners hired Cinci360 for a website redesign, Virtual Tour, and Google My Business optimization services. The relaunch of the site took employees from having individual pages, to adding them in slider posts. It simplified several on-screen elements and utilized a Phlox Pro theme that gave animation to several parts of the site.

Working with Ryan and Michela’s dev team was a learning experience, as each member had defined roles and output. I was very impressed by the brand-driving guidelines developed by joint-partner Core Impact as well as the Adobe XD skills on the team.

Endangered Species Chocolate

In February of 2020, Endangered Species Chocolate hired Cinci360 for a private consulting session on SEO services, and to launch a new Google Ads marketing campaign. This smart campaign was to focus on their new Oat Milk Chocolate line: Oat Milk + Dark, Oat Milk + Almond, and Oat Milk + Rice Crisp.

Along with the existing web developer, Cinci360 made recommendations on landing page optimization, schema, and a Google Ads smart campaign. Higher traffic meant potentially migrating to a new server, and compressing images for speed optimization. There are many factors to consider when deciding on a new site host, including cost, server locations, and scalability. I advise most clients to try WPEngine or DreamHost if they are under 50k visitors monthly. Several overseas hosts such as Siteground have also become extremely popular.

Working with the Endangered Species Chocolate team was great, and I look forward to future SEO and Ads related projects with them!

80 Acres

In November of 2019, 80 Acres farms hired Cinci360 to redesign a website that would showcase their growing retail and restaurant locations as well as share a clear narrative of their story. The 80 Acres team also wanted a digital twin of two facilities to share with potential investors, and on their website.

Cathy and I worked through the details of an easy-to-use Elementor page design for long-term maintenance of the platform to be performed by 80 acres. By working together we crafter a location finder, advanced slider, and several woocommerce elements that created a beautiful user experience and design incorporating the digital twin of the facility. I really enjoyed working with this team and on their project.

20 Eats

20Eats and PickupEats were projects both founded by a former coworker and friend Rick Lozano. Last summer we initiated SEO work that involved creating content surrounding local business endorsements, recipes, and several additional backlink sources.

In spring of 2020 Rick’s company saw an upswing in orders, helping local restaurants deliver meals to seniors and quarentied sick families using the 20Eats delivery app. Their business model was a win-win for the times, and quickly gained traction with the local Fort Lauderdale chamber of commerce.