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Dec201220

Marketing Corner: Landing Page Systems

by Joshua Reynolds in Tools & Tips

Google Search Results for Great Falls Website Design
Google Search Results for Great Falls Website Design
Our Great Falls Landing Page
Our Great Falls Landing Page
We know that you want people to find your website. Not just any people — people who are looking for your products or services and who want to be your customer. We spend a lot of time devising techniques to help the right people find your website.

In May we introduced landing pages — destination pages built to be found by people searching for a specific topic and to convert that traffic into business. Landing Pages can be built one-by-one by hand — or you can take advantage of JTech’s new Landing Page System.

JTech’s Landing Page System is designed to make it easy to create and maintain landing pages. You can do this on your own if you have the know-how, or use our comprehensive search marketing services and we’ll do it for you. JTech can configure a spectrum of optimized landing pages that will drastically increase your website’s visibility and ease of being found. You are probably targeting a specific demographic — perhaps by age or marital status, perhaps by their location — and we’ll build landing pages to match these criteria. We’ve employed this approach for our own business and have been very pleased by the results.

We market JTech regionally in cities and towns where we do not have offices. Using the Landing Page System, we built several landing pages targeting these communities; for example: a Google search for “Great Falls website design” yields our Great Falls landing page as its top result. Mission accomplished.

If you’d like to learn more about how landing pages or our Landing Page System can be put to work to attract clients to your website, shoot us an email or call us and we’ll be glad to help.

Mountain Arts Pottery

Mountain Arts Pottery
Mountain Arts Pottery
Mountain Arts Pottery Website
Mountain Arts Pottery Website
JTech's latest website is for Mountain Arts Pottery, a pottery shop in a charming log cabin on the outskirts of Bozeman. Dave and Jennie Lockie founded Mountain Arts in 1980, and have been making beautiful, hand-thrown stoneware pottery ever since.

We rebuilt their website to more prominently feature their pottery with a robust, beautiful shopping cart. The website brings forward the earthy charms of their pottery shop and makes it easy to peruse their gallery. Or for hearty good cheer, go down and visit their shop today. The coffee and cinnamon rolls served at their Coffee Pot Bakery Café can’t be beat.

We invite you to take a look at their beautiful new website: www.mtartspottery.com
Nov201229

Archiving Email

by Joshua Reynolds in Tools & Tips

This month's tip is about email. As our customer, you're probably using our email services. Whether or not you are, we have a hint to help you get the most out of your email while possibly saving some money.

Our email services have different pricing tiers, based on the amount of storage space you're using for your messages. There's good news: It's easy to avoid hitting your limit. The trick is to archive your messages on your computer rather than keeping them on JTech's servers. Based on your program of choice, we've provided instructions for archiving your messages using your email program of choice. A quick note before proceeding: If you’re using the POP protocol rather than IMAP, you won’t have any need of these instructions.

Archiving Email Using Apple Mail (PDF)

Archiving Email Using Mozilla Thunderbird (PDF)

Archiving Email Using Microsoft Outlook 2007 (PDF)

Archiving Email Using Microsoft Outlook 2010 (PDF)

Archiving Email Using Microsoft Outlook 2013 (PDF)

Archiving Email Using Windows Live Mail (PDF)

Marketing Corner

A memorable domain name is a landmark to help visitors find your business. Photo by Joad Hughes (Unsplash)
A memorable domain name is a landmark to help visitors find your business. Photo by Joad Hughes (Unsplash)
New Top-Level Domains
Earlier this year ICANN, the organization that regulates domain names, dramatically changed their rules to allow the creation of new top-level domain names beyond the handful we can use today. Top-level domains are the letters that come after the period in your domain name; for instance .COM, .ORG, .NET and .TV.

Beginning next year, potentially hundreds of new TLDs will be made available such as .TECH, .FILM, .BANK, .LAW, .COMPANY, and .FORSALE. Click here for a partial list of proposed new domain names.

This major change means that new top-level domains will become available for commercial registration in 2013 and will offer an alternative to existing top-level domains. A new domain that fits your business well could substantially enhance your online brand and make your business easier to find.

We thought up a few examples that could work well for some of our clients to give you an idea of how you might use these new domains: bozeman.bank for the Bank of Bozeman, leadership.montana for Leadership Montana, or clark.film for Clark Film Buying. In addition to improving your primary brand, the new top-level domains can be used with landing sites to improve your natural search rankings. Karst Stage, for instance, might be able to register yellowstone.bus as a targeted landing page with great SEO potential for tours of Yellowstone National Park.

The first round of top-level domains are still being approved, but they will be varied and plentiful — enough to provide a large degree of customization. If you’re interested in harnessing these new domains, contact JTech soon so we can help you plan a strategy and assist by purchasing the domains you desire as they become available.
Oct201225

The JTech Mailing System

by Joshua Reynolds in Tools & Tips

JTech Dispatch archives are viewable on our website.
JTech Dispatch archives are viewable on our website.
A few mailing settings.
A few mailing settings.
A chronological archive organizes past newsletters on our website.
A chronological archive organizes past newsletters on our website.
The Gem Gallery integrates mailing list signup into their Contact form.
The Gem Gallery integrates mailing list signup into their Contact form.
We already know that you're doing business online. You're reaching customers, inviting them to contact you, and making sales or asking for donations. Your website is a response to customers — they want to find you, or they want to find your product, so they search and find your website.

You want to do more than respond. And you already are: You're emailing your customers and sending them flyers in the mail — perhaps you're calling them on the phone and otherwise advertising to them. We created the JTech Mailing System to make it easier for you to build top-of-mind awareness in your customers through ongoing education and informative customer service.

MASS MAILINGS
Our mailing system scales effectively for businesses of any size. Let's break down what it offers:

Consumer email programs are designed for one-to-one communications, or perhaps between a small group of friends and family. Our system is designed for businesses to organize (multiple) large address books of clients, business partners, donors — and to send email blasts to any or all of them, as often as you want. Each message is individually addressed to its recipient.

DESIGNED TO FIT YOUR BRAND
Mailings sent from the mailing system are an extension of your brand. We custom-design the layout to guarantee your customers will receive beautiful, visual messages rather than a generic wall of text or a clumsy template.

The mailing system supports both public and private mailing lists. Public lists can be integrated into your website so that any interested parties can sign up on their own. You might maintain a private list for members only to announce special deals or upcoming events.

EASE OF USE
Planning an event? Write your message now and use our mailing system to schedule the mailing. The mailing editor is baked into the Control Center, where you're able to dynamically craft the message with images and articles. No need for any fiddly formatting — we do all that work behind the scenes.

Past issues of the JTech Dispatch have discussed newsletters as a way to increase your website's interactivity. The mailing system is our solution, which we love and use ourselves to send these newsletters. Get in touch with us today and we'll design your custom mailer.

Profound Knowledge Resources

Profound Knowledge Resources
Profound Knowledge Resources
Profound Knowledge Resources is an organization design consulting firm helmed by Dr. Susan Leddick. PKR works with organizations of disparate size in diverse sectors to improve their strategy and execution while respecting their unique situation.

We just finished putting the finishing touches on PKR’s new website, which is a study in clean simplicity. The website is concerned with tearing up our existing notions to make room for something new. Stop by and take a look.

www.pkrnet.com
Sep201225

Infographics

by Joshua Reynolds in Infographic, Tools & Tips

In all likelihood, you've seen them around. A modern marriage of statistics and illustration, infographics are an attractive way to present information. In addition to looking good, the visual cues present in infographics catch attention and help to process the information being presented. 

Why does this matter to you?
On occasion, we have been known to design infographics. Why would you want one? A beautiful infographic is a quick way to get attention, and often results in links back to your website for better rankings in search results. 

To give you a taste, we designed a simple infographic as a followup to last month's issue of the Dispatch. Consider this a reminder to take a look at our mobile refit kit.

Mobile Internet Usage Infographic

Announcing Heart of Bozeman

A few of the items needed.
A few of the items needed.
This month we set aside some of our design and production time to build a special website. Heart of Bozeman is a website designed to coordinate relief and assistance to those in need. 

We were spurred to action by the arson at Heritage Christian School, which burned down much of the gym and auditorium. We heard the news, wondered how we could help, and realized that our team could rapidly assemble a website to help facilitate Heritage Christian's classes getting all the supplies they need. 

We envision this site being used not just for Heritage Christian's recovery, but for future relief and recovery efforts in the Gallatin Valley. Have a look at the website — perhaps you have something the school still needs.

www.heartofbozeman.org

Price Rite Drug

Price Rite logo
Price Rite logo
The New Price Rite Drug
The New Price Rite Drug
Price Rite Drug is Bozeman's family-owned pharmacy and has been serving the local community for 40 years. We rebuilt their website from scratch to make it easier to navigate and easier for the nice folks at Price Rite to update themselves with the latest news and products. 

Next time you need medical equipment or something from the pharmacy, pay them a visit at N 7th & Tamarack in Bozeman. In the meantime, visit their website.

www.priceritedrug.com
Aug201214

Going Mobile

by Joshua Reynolds in Design, Industry News, UX

Photo by Benjamin Child (Unsplash)
Photo by Benjamin Child (Unsplash)
Credit: Flickr User The Next Web
Credit: Flickr User The Next Web
Credit: Flickr User Zoonabar
Credit: Flickr User Zoonabar
This month we’re taking a break from our usual format to talk about the mobile web. We’ll explore who’s using it and how you can tap into that market with your website.

Who's using mobile?
The web is transforming. Take a look around next time you're at a restaurant or waiting in line to watch a movie. In all likelihood, you'll see at least a few people poking and swiping their smartphones — checking the weather, talking with friends, and browsing the web. Maybe you're doing so yourself. With the advent of easy to use smartphones, web use on mobile devices has surged.

Smartphone users are diverse. More than 50% of smartphone users are 35 or older, and they're equally men and women. How big a market are we talking about? In late 2011, sales of smartphones eclipsed those of laptop and desktop computers. For now, the market is only getting bigger, and mobile web browsing is on pace to catch up with traditional computer web browsing by 2015.

Pocket-Friendly Changes
What's the best way to capitalize on all these mobile web users? At JTech, we've developed a toolbox of ways to enhance your existing site for mobile without starting from scratch — The Mobile Refit Kit.

The changes range from simple to more comprehensive. Perhaps the most basic is reviewing "tap" functionality on your website; you'll want phone numbers to be tap-to-call, while fax numbers never should be. Other changes make the website a more friendly experience for mobile users: Adding advanced interactivity such as swiping through slideshows, or encouraging people to save their website as an app. 

For the best mobile experience, we can create a complete version of your website designed just for mobile devices. In practice, this means a streamlined interface that makes it easier to find information and take action on a small screen.

Not Just Your Website
As well as upgrading your website, you may want to consider a mobile experience beyond your website: For instance, using social media to provide incentives for your customers to interact. How does this work? One example is Yelp check-ins for your business. Customer engagement is increased as Yelp’s built-in system rewards them for frequent visits. Social media is a great channel for enhanced communication and special offers that can encourage your customers to think of you when they're on the go. 

These enhancements are just the tip of the iceberg, but they're all available to you. Ask us about the Mobile Refit Kit; we're standing by, ready to help.

Featured Project

Malibu Tan Logo
Malibu Tan Logo
Malibu Tan's Website
Malibu Tan's Website
Malibu Tan
Malibu Tan of Bozeman commissioned us to develop a website with all the luxury of their state-of-the-art facility in the Gallatin Shopping Center on North 19th. We built them a smooth and spacious website with the same cleanliness and subtle golden glow you'll find when you visit their tanning studio. 

Have a look at their website, then take a trip down to their studio. No appointment necessary.

www.malibutanmontana.com
Jul201219

Continuing Education

by Joshua Reynolds in Social Media, Tools & Tips

Prominent social media companies.
Prominent social media companies.
Interactivity Series #4: Social Media
The last few years have been a constant buzz about social media. Facebook and Twitter are names that everyone knows, and there are many others with their own twist on the same set of ideas. You already know about social media, though — many of you have asked us to incorporate Twitter or Facebook into your website. Let's look a bit closer at the whole phenomenon.

The success of social media has made it a popular for businesses. But wait! A Facebook page and a button on your website won’t guarantee success. We've seen a lot of companies set up Facebook and Twitter accounts because they've heard it's what you have to do. Is that true for your company?

Having a Facebook or Twitter account that your company never uses is worse than not having an account at all. The echoing emptiness of your Facebook page will send the resounding message that nothing is going on with your company. If you're going to get social, do it right!

Find a social media platform that your customers are using. No idea where to start? Mashable provides a quick look at who’s using what. Consider your message: if you're business-to-business, offer advice and trends. Do you sell to consumers? Send regular dispatches about what's new. A personal touch and frequent interaction is essential. The goal is for people to want to think about and look at your offerings, so be sure you are driving people from social media to your website rather than the other way around. Excited and ready? JTech can help you take advantage of social media today.

Featured Website

Out on a Limb
Out on a Limb
Out on a Limb's Website
Out on a Limb's Website
Out on a Limb Gallery
This month we're featuring Bozeman's newest art gallery: Out on a Limb. Out on a Limb Gallery is in downtown Bozeman and curates a playful assortment of functional and decorative art. 

The site we built for Out on a Limb shines a spotlight on the same whimsical, handcrafted aesthetic that permeates their gallery. Do you have a taste for fresh and funky home art? Take a stroll through their website.

www.outonalimbgallery.com
Jun201214

Marketing Fundamentals

by Joshua Reynolds in Tools & Tips

Marketing Fundamentals
It can be easy to lose sight of the basics. We're revisiting them this month with our web marketing fundamentals. The first question to ask is: Are you promoting your web address properly? Like your physical address, it's a place where you do business, and you need to make sure your customers know you exist and how they can get there.

A Checklist
Most of you already have marketing materials. We'd guess, however, that you aren't including your web address as often as you ought to. As a rule of thumb, include it on your checklist for any materials that have your print address. Some of these are easy to remember: business cards, letterhead, business checks, print advertising, and window signs. Other advertisements and collateral are easier to forget: drink coasters, t-shirts, vehicle graphics, billboards, and television ads. Make a list of all your materials and check it twice.

Are You Sending the Right Message?
Once you've finished your checklist, take a moment to reflect on your marketing approach. You know your target audiences: Are you employing the right mix of marketing methods to reach them? Consider your advertising narrative: be sure to speak simply, be consistent, and tell people why they should care. Knowing what your customers want is key for web marketing — and all advertising.

Following these guidelines is the foundation of marketing success. Web-oriented marketing gives us new tools for advertising, but the formula remains the same.

Continuing Education

Photo by <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/jojobombardo/6562347391">Jojo Bombardo</a>
Photo by Jojo Bombardo
Electronic newsletters are easier to set up than this printing press (photo credit: Dennis Irrgang)
Electronic newsletters are easier to set up than this printing press (photo credit: Dennis Irrgang)
Interactivity Series #3: Newsletters
Over the next few months, we'll serve up bite-sized discussions of web interactivity — the merits of different approaches and whether they're a good fit for your website.

If you're reading this, we hope it means you're getting something useful from our newsletters. This month we're especially pleased, since they're the topic at hand. Newsletters share many benefits in common with blogs: They're a way to market upcoming promotions or new products, establish your expertise or credibility, and serve as a direct line to your customers.

Make it Easy
While blogs are all about the exchange of information — you make an interesting post, your customers reply, and conversations start — newsletters are all about getting your message in front of your customers' eyes. Although open-ended conversations can lead to deeper involvement, a message straight to the inbox requires no work on the part of your customer. Your message gets delivered.

Get Google to Subscribe
To add value to your company's newsletter, consider archiving past issues on your website. Both potential customers and Google can peruse your mailings and establish that you're credible. A greater depth of material available on your website also means a greater chance for links from other websites — and higher rankings in search results.

Make the Right Choice
Should you send a newsletter? How often should you send it? Decide on a schedule that works for you. If you don't have time to write interesting articles once a month, consider a quarterly newsletter. Your newsletter will only be as effective as you make it — boring sloppily written articles will do little to help your brand thrive. Find the right words and write a brilliant newsletter!

Featured Website

Clark Film Buying
Clark Film Buying
Clark's New Website
Clark's New Website
Clark Film Buying
Clark Film Buying is a Bozeman-based company that helps independently-owned theatres across the nation. Their film buying services reach more than 160 theatre screens in 17 states. We built Clark Film Buying an extensive website with a theme reflecting their passion for cinema.

Behind the face of the Clark Film Buying website is a powerful intranet, which we custom-built to run their operation. All the exciting stuff is hidden from the world at large, but go ahead and pay their site a visit anyway — the muted colors, parallax scrolling, and grunge treatment make it distinctive.
www.clarkfilmbuying.com
May201222

Landing Pages

by Joshua Reynolds in Tools & Tips

One way to target niches of your business is to build landing pages that are written specifically for that audience. For instance: You are a car dealer. You create a landing page describing your latest sale, another with your deals on Ford trucks, and one describing all your deals under $10,000.

The purpose of landing pages is twofold. First, they increase your relevance for search results. Secondly, they are a destination for your advertising campaigns, written and illustrated in a way that reinforces the message in your marketing. Compared to your website's home page, landing pages typically have a much sharper focus. Customers arrive (or "land") there by clicking on an advertisement, or by making a search, or by responding to one of your newsletters.

Landing pages are a call to action — a customized sales pitch written for someone searching for something specific. They must cut straight to the point. The content of the page is an answer to what your customer searched for. Landing pages exist purely to make your product or service easy to find and buy. Their no-nonsense precision is exactly what makes them effective for engaging customers.

Continuing Education

Bozeman Deaconess' Embedded Video
Bozeman Deaconess' Embedded Video
Vimeo
Vimeo
YouTube
YouTube
INTERACTIVITY SERIES #2: VIDEO
As the web matures, users increasingly look for interactivity from the sites they visit. Over the next few months, we’ll serve up bite-sized discussions of web interactivity — the merits of different approaches and whether they’re a good fit for your website.

Your website is looking great. Everything is well-organized and you're pleased with the layout and the imagery. It captures your brand and is written just right. But you're not reaching all of your customers! Many people are visual learners, and others just prefer the dynamism of video to the simplicity of text.

The next question is how best to integrate video into your website. The simplest way is to record or include existing short videos advertising your company's product or services. You have the option of using YouTube or Vimeo – which are rather easy to use – or hosting the video yourself, for greater control and reliability.

A somewhat more sophisticated strategy is to get the attention of your customers and potential customers with a series of mini-courses. Plan a sequence of brief and easily-digested lessons or explorations of ideas related to your business. These videos can be embedded on your website, but may also be emailed to your customers as an invitation to further engagement. This strategy, if executed well, can draw your customers in: Basic lessons may lead to more advanced courses, and fresh content on your website can always draw interest.

We've established that videos are a good way to add interest and interactivity to your website. Are they worth it for you? We recommend starting small — perhaps a short promotional video — and developing a more advanced strategy as you gain experience.

Next month: Interactivity Series #3: Newsletters

Featured Project:

AK Drilling's New Website
AK Drilling's New Website
AK DRILLING
AK Drilling is a Montana success story. Although their headquarters are in Butte, AK drills worldwide, with a second base of operations in Colombia. Reflecting their international stature, we built them a world-class website.

Their new site features fluid animations and an immersive design. Dig in and see what they're all about:
www.akdrilling.com
Apr201226

Inbound Links

by Joshua Reynolds in Optimization, SEO, Tools & Tips

Links help people find your business. Illustration by <a href="http://mazenl77.deviantart.com/art/House-130836018">MazeNL77</a>
Links help people find your business. Illustration by MazeNL77
Why you need links from other websites
Search engines measure your website’s value and relevance by analyzing the links to your site from other websites. The result, your “Link Popularity,” is a measure of the number and quality of links to your website. It is an integral part of your website’s ranking in search engines.

Link quality?
Search engines examine each of the links to your website to determine its value. Although every link to your website is a vote in its favor, not all votes are counted equally. A website with similar subject matter to your own carries more weight than an unrelated site, and a well-regarded site (such as a University) has better link quality than an unknown or disreputable website.

The text of links helps search engines categorize your website. If your business is a mattress warehouse, a link to it titled “Good Value Mattresses” is helpful, while “Sweet Skateboard Wheels” would be less useful.

Getting links and getting business.
Good links help get a better ranking in search engines, but these links can also offer direct business from people clicking on them and finding your company. In addition to improving the rankings and increasing the visibility of the page being linked to, inbound links improve the quality score of your whole domain (for example: jtechcommunications.com). If people are linking to one page on your website, all the others benefit as well.

The conclusion is clear: attract relevant, high-quality links in order to positively affect your position in the search engines.

Continuing Education

Interactivity Series #1: Blogs
As the web matures, users increasingly look for interactivity from the sites they visit. Over the next few months, we’ll serve up bite-sized discussions of web interactivity — the merits of different approaches and whether they’re a good fit for your website.

You’re all familiar with blogs: In essence, they are journals published to the web. Although blogs are commonly used by individuals, they can also be a great asset for companies.

As a company, there are a few common ways to use blogging as a platform to extend your brand. The most obvious is promotional: Announce new events, services, or products to the world. A more subtle approach is to use the blog as a platform to discuss your company’s area of expertise. Your ruminations about whatever you know best will serve you well in a few ways.

Talk with your customers
Any blog worth its virtual salt has a built-in commenting system. Your thoughtful and pithy blog is a perfect place to create dialog with new and existing customers. Not only are you establishing rapport with people who care — you’re doing so in a way that allows you to guide and moderate the discussion.

Get on Google’s Good Side
Writing interesting things about your business has a great side effect: Google starts feeling really good about your website. A good blog is updated regularly, contains original information, and often attracts outside links. All these things can help increase your search engine rankings.

Sounds good, but...
Blogging isn’t the right choice for every company. Maybe you don't have the time to write new information on a regular basis. Perhaps you aren’t a good writer — or just don’t have anything much to say. There are ways to overcome all these obstacles, but don’t expect blogging to be a silver bullet. Blogging to increase your brand’s exposure and interactivity is an ongoing commitment that will reward the amount of time you put in.

Next month: Interactivity Series #2: Video

Featured Project:

Montana Shakespeare in the Parks Home Page
Montana Shakespeare in the Parks Home Page
Montana Shakespeare in the Parks
The mission of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks is to make quality, live theatrical productions of Shakespeare and other classics accessible to communities in Montana and surrounding states with an emphasis on underserved, rural areas who would not otherwise have this opportunity.

We're thrilled to be able to help Montana Shakespeare in the Parks with their completely new website on their 40th anniversary. Give their site a visit and then catch a performance if they are coming to your town!
Mar201221

Thank You for 15 Great Years!

by Joshua Reynolds in Announcements, Industry News

JTech's New Logo
JTech's New Logo
Our Old Logo, Under Construction
Our Old Logo, Under Construction
Josh and his former business partner founded JTech in July 1997. Originally operating out of a studio apartment, JTech rapidly moved into its current building and has been there ever since. Josh was 25 then, and the commercial Internet was brand-new.

Web technology and JTech have come a long way since 1997 — we have an extremely talented web production and support team and are proud to be doing the best work we’ve ever done.

To celebrate our fifteenth birthday, we’re thrilled to be rolling out our new branding — new logo, newsletter, website, and collateral. It’s all designed and executed in-house, by the same JTech team you already know.

We’re grateful for your business for all of these years, and we look forward to serving you for another fifteen!

Tip of the Month

Campaign Management Cycle
Campaign Management Cycle
Third in a Series: PPC Campaign Management
We wrap up our series on Pay-Per-Click (PPC) advertising with this third chapter, describing the tasks necessary for Campaign Management.

Launching a PPC campaign requires in-depth research into keywords and competitors as well as synthesis of that research into a well-optimized and targeted campaign.

To manage a PPC campaign successfully, a manager needs to frequently monitor and adjust the performance of the campaign to make sure it’s performing its best. Analyzing individual customer data allows further refinement of the ad’s relevance and improvement of the website’s structure.

The ongoing attention required to manage an advertising campaign makes a campaign manager invaluable. In addition to keeping a hand on the tiller, a campaign manager will distill the trends and successes of the campaign into a monthly report. You may be surprised to learn that Campaign Management is a service that JTech provides.

Google has given us a new batch of coupons good for $100 of free advertising. Give us a call and we can get started today!

Continuing Education

Bank of Bozeman's Maps & Directions
Bank of Bozeman's Maps & Directions
Bozeman Deaconess' Ask, Answer, Learn
Bozeman Deaconess' Ask, Answer, Learn
Make Your Website Work Harder
We love inspiring our customers with ways to get more out of their website. Here are a few ideas to help you serve your customers, increase business, and save you time.

Save Time:
  • Answer simple questions on your site.
  • Build self-service sections of the site — From billing services to registration to account management to status updates.
  • Provide information to vendors.
  • Offer maps and driving directions. 
Increase Sales:
  • Construct an area where clients can login to re-purchase past items.
  • Allow your client to schedule repeat services.
  • Enable clients to maintain wish lists. 
  • Sell or give away gift certificates.
Brand Perception & Mindshare:
  • Send clients a newsletter.
  • Allow clients to access photos of their experience with your business.
  • Help clients connect with other clients or past clients for referrals.

Featured Project

JTech's New Website
JTech's New Website
JTech's Blue Phase
JTech's Blue Phase
JTech Communications
Our first website was a “Coming Soon” Flash animation with sound effects. We’ve gone through a couple websites between then and now, including a five year blue phase with the best design and technology the ‘90s had to offer. You’re all familiar with the past six years’ time-worn paper motif, but as of this month we’ve moved on to something new.

We’re very pleased to announce our new website. Built using the latest and greatest web technologies, our new site is smooth without being a showoff. Our website (like all websites JTech produces) uses progressive enhancement, a technique in which older browsers see a simplified version of the website and layers of visual complexity are added for users with more modern browsers. If your browser is older or can’t do all the latest tricks, no problem. The website still works well and looks great.

Check out the new site and let us know what you think:
www.jtechcommunications.com

Thank you for reading!

Josh Reynolds
President