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Inês Salgado, Nestlé Portugal
Codedesign.org focused on improving the SEO and customer-facing content on a multinational food company's website. They performed an SEO audit of the site and created content.
Codedesign.org focused on improving the SEO and customer-facing content on a multinational food company's website. They performed an SEO audit of the site and created content. Codedesign.org created strong content that garnered more site visits. They're flexible and adaptable. Code Design support us to improve the SEO and Content on our consumer facing website Nestlé Saboreia a Vida
André Tavares, Altis
Codedesign.org was responsible for increasing a hotel chain's lead generation on a major booking platform. A team of SEO and PPC experts performed a web audit and accordingly crafted a digital strategy.
Focus more on branding. Sometimes too much worried with conversions.
Codedesign.org's work empowered the client to meet all of their KPI expectations. The client commends them for their results-driven approach and incisive data-analysis. While they could focus more on the branding side of their services, they're able to optimize conversions effectively. From the data gathered and a first audit they came up with a detailed strategy for 6 months. The strategy incuded content and media buying. At first we invested 30% to test and then scaled to 100%
Pedro Rodrigues, Nautical Manufacturer
Codedesign.org developed an e-commerce website for a company that produces components for the nautical industry. The team focused on increasing sales and product visibility when designing the interface.
Maybe some more detailed documentation could be improved.
Codedesign.org enabled the client to focus on other areas, like product prototyping and research. The team managed the project well, as they took a structured and phased approach. While they could provide more documentation, they demonstrated their technical knowledge and customer-orientation. Project management went very well, with initial short collaboration periods (smaller but frequent meetings) in order to quickly overcome issues/clarify questions, followed by longer periods, giving time to team to develop.