Elm Grove Inn

Produced in 2004, the Elm Grove Inn website is still a more poignant, definitively unique website design than many of the best Milwaukee area restaurant websites. The website graphic layout is simple and simply intuitive. The website was composed in 2004 in a static content layout frame. In 2004, that was cutting edge website development. The funny thing about iNET website productions is, no matter how old they get, iNET websites still look beautiful and contemporary. Many times the custom graphic design and logo development, even the color schemes iNET Creative Geniuses develop become integrated into the iNET customer's overall marketing platform.

The Elm Grove Inn website is extremely intuitive for website visitors looking for a fine dinning experience. The most commonly needed information is right up front on the home page. Contact information, including the phone number and address as well as the hours, greets Elm Grove Inn website viewers. You simply can’t miss the domination of this most important information. While the contact information and hours are impossible to miss with their huge prominence on the web site home page, they are completely unobtrusive to the website viewer looking to get more detail and are completely unnoticed. Giving important information on the highest profile space on a website without taking away from the corporate logo or graphic/artistic integrity of the website look and feel is what creative genius inspired website development with iNET is all about.

An Elm Grove Inn website viewer is greeted by a website marketing platform packed with information, yet remaining a perfectly simple tool helping viewers clearly understand the deliciously delectable culinary masterpieces waiting for them at the Elm Grove Inn. All principal pages are easily accessed from the website home page. The website navigational structure is clean and simple.

While the Elm Grove Inn website did not undergo a great deal of search engine maximization, the website scores high marks on all search engines for a wide variety of terms. The most likely to have an impact of the Elm Grove Inn bottom line is being the first restaurant listed on all search engines for Elm Grove restaurant. In the case of the Elm Grove Inn, the website is an example of how the correct NON-TEMPLATE production of every website iNET WEB creates allows the website to score high marks in free search engine queries.

The Elm Grove Inn website has a database management area, allowing for simple cut and paste website content management of all website content. Chef Mark of the Elm Grove Inn says he loves the ability to edit the site from wherever he is and how simple it is to do. Chef Mark says the website is perfect for his needs and that live, local support at iNET has been great over the years. Chef Mark says email works perfectly and he gets occasional comments from customers about the professional, clean look of the website and on how easy the website is to use.

Have a look at how simple website design can be a high impact, seemingly timeless marketing production, working non-stop for years to measurably enhance your bottom line. Check out the dinner menus, the gourmet specials, the wine list, even the special wine pairing meals. THEN take a look at the top of the page for hours, even call the number at the top, hit the contact page, print the menu and get ready for one of the finest dining experiences you will ever have in the Milwaukee metropolitan area.

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Creative is an intangible. There aren’t many great creatives in radio. In branding there are less. In strategizing there are even less. Most companies have no BRAND. The products and services are amazing, the businesses are often brilliant. There is just nothing for consumers to grab and buckle themselves into. The web sites are also no influence in creating the brand, brand strategy, ad concept or ads.

iNET creative has dozens of mind traps and hooks. Duplicitous meanings and meanings left for the listener to decipher or wonder at. While these traps can get a listener stuck in a thought midstream over two, three, twenty exposures they force acceptance of the message and action. When they discover the hidden hooks listeners feel like insiders, part of the story and part of the brand.

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