your website helping you build relationships with your customers?
Can visitors identify benefits
and make buying decisions quickly?
your web site getting all the hits it should?
us today! At O'Connell Meier we have the experience it
takes to create a site that sells. Whether you're redesigning
an existing site, launching a new one, or adding a section, we'll
start by looking at who uses the site. What kind of information
do they need? How familiar are they with your company? Once the
audience is clear, we'll devise a site that quickly directs people
to just the information they need.
O'Connell Meier specializes in developing integrated marketing
programs that combine email marketing, direct mail, search marketing,
and ads. Our goal is to drive prospects to targeted sections of
your website for more information and to close the sale. This
approach keeps your printing and mailing costs down, while making
your website a more effective sales tool.
We've created targeted tours to guide prospects through large
conference programs, produced Flash overviews to introduce prospective
members to the benefits of membership, created interactive portals
and games, and much more. As many of our sites are marketing campaign-specific,
they come up and down frequently. Call Rich Meier at 703-739-2266
to learn more about our experience and how we can help you achieve
your online marketing goals.
Take a look at a few of our sites:
This innovative site allows groups to instantly launch fundraising
house party programs. Clients using this O'Connell Meier site
The Humane Society of the United States ,
, Consumer's Union, Common Cause, Working Assets, La Leche
League International, Fabretto Children's Foundation, as well
as authors and producers. Political organizations and candidates
can also create house party programs using O'Connell Meier's
ALPA's Member Insurance Section
This section of the ALPA site organizes an enormous amount of
detail in a clean, easily accessible format. Pilots are on the
road and using slow connections, so a simple, quick-to-load and
process format was critical.