Some of our Projectsadmin2023-08-01T09:59:22+10:00
Matt from Homeworks Kitchens Bathrooms & Interiors needed a website showing his diverse cabinetry work. He also wants his website to rank well in Google search engine results pages (SERPs). So we have implemented a 6-12 month SEO plan.
Cameron, an award-winning local butcher (Kambah Butcher), needed a web presence to promote his products’ quality and variety. CanberraNet also developed its logo, shop signage, marketing collateral and a marketing plan to build its email client list for Christmas orders.
Pete, a talented local photographer, had CanberraNet build his first website, 5 years later, when he rebranded, he got us to make the new one. We also supplied marketing advice and trained him to edit and manage the site.
ZSK needed a web presence showcasing its range of industrial embroidery equipment with in-depth product information to generate sales leads. All the product content had to be translated from German and rewritten to suit the Australian market.
AHREN needed a new web presence to promote their work in rural and remote Australia, delivering high-quality health education, research and advocacy. They also needed an interactive map with contact details of each Rural Health department. CanberraNet maintains and updates this site on a regular basis.
Mark needed a web presence promoting his services and the advanced products he supplies. The site had to market this to institutions, corporations and home users. This site also contains detailed information on the various picture-hanging solutions available.
When the pandemic hit, Nathan was trying to set up his new business in Canberra and move from Queensland. Due to COVID restrictions, we built his website, installed and managed the studio fit-out, and installed surveillance equipment and a 24hr booking/access system.
Paddywack required a website that differentiated them from other local promotional product suppliers. They also needed an “Ideas Gallery” that they could easily update to showcase their range of products.
Maestral was so popular Julian never really needed a website. But when the COVID lockdowns hit, they had to quickly transition to doing takeaways. We promptly registered his domain and built the site that afternoon, creating a mobile-friendly takeaway and dine-in menu. We also created an email list so they could keep clients notified and trained staff to update the site.
Ben and Nadine needed a web presence outlining the electrical and solar services they offer clients in the Batemans Bay area. The site has a “Solar Quote” form integrated into their quoting system. We also developed a marketing strategy and collateral, such as brochures, magnets and cards.
Looking to expand into supplying and installing Electric Vehicle chargers, AllPhase Electrical & Solar sort our advice and marketing assistance. After completing their website we’re now starting the marketing campaign to establish their presence in this emerging market.
When COVID lockdowns shut down ACT venues, the Kingston Hotel needed something to keep their staff employed. We build an e-commerce solution for their takeaway business in a week. Along with pickup, the solution had an integrated delivery service, allowing them to keep their kitchen running.
With over 80% of their traffic coming from mobile, the Kingston Hotel needed a “mobile first” designed website that they could easily edit themselves and used lots of professional photos to exhibit the atmosphere of the venue. The website also has an integrated table booking service.
Nicky needed a simple website outlining the four different courses that she offers. Her target demographic is 40+, so the imagery used on the Website had to relate to that age group. The content had to be concise and easily read on mobile. It needed to outline her programs and why they can help create a healthier lifestyle.
An initiative of a local real estate agent, this website had two target demographics, people with holiday properties to rent and people looking to rent. The website gives the user plenty of information to decide whether to rent the property, then links to “Made Comfy” for availability and booking. The website was set up so they could easily manage it after 30mins training from CanberraNet.
Capital Rehabilitation Supplies already had an e-commerce website. However, it was poorly built and not working for them or their customers. They didn’t want to rebuild the site completely, so CanberraNet restructured the backend and navigation structure, significantly improving the customer experience. The sales immediately started to come in.
A well-established and busy metal fabrication business, Acuform just needed a simple website displaying its brand with some basic information. They now have CanberraNet looking at developing a more substantial presence with e-commerce capabilities.
GingerBooks required a clean and professional-looking site that outlined the range of bookkeeping services they offer. Within a couple of weeks, GingerBooks picked up six new clients through their website.
Specialising in hardwood timber floors, 5 Star Floors needed a web presence displaying the exceptional quality of their work. The site also offers valuable information on such topics as the care and maintenance of timber floors. CanberraNet also supplied marketing advice and ran an Adwords campaign, generating many quotes and subsequent jobs.
Caroline needed a web presence to promote the importance of mental health first aid in the workplace, with facts sheets and publications and the training services Insight Canberra offers. The site was built so Caroline could easily update the available resources and courses.
A favourite of 1st responders and tradies, they open at 6.00 am. Little Billy’s needed a simple site to promote their food, coffee and specials CanberraNet also produced their printed menu and marketing advice to grow their clientele.