The Waterman Inc

***UPDATE*** 10/21/10
"We are actually still sending out two trucks a day to Illinois.  Last year business halted in August.  Its great having the money STILL coming in!  Instead of getting a new pool liner in spring when the pool has already begun to heat up, people are doing it now before winter so in spring, their pool is ready to go."

When the owners of Direct Drive Express first began noticing an increase in business, they didn't think much of it.  When Johnson Controls began inquiring about Direct Drive's services, the owners knew it was thanks to the creative genius inspired Milwaukee website design team at iNET.  The profit generating creative geniuses at iNET had designed a unique website, from graphic design concept to writing every word on the website installing the website to the top of search engines, landing Direct Drive a potentially huge Milwaukee truck driving customer.

Website Published on 5/3/2010

When it came time for the owners of Direct Drive Express to spice up the current second-tier website of another business venture, The Waterman Inc., they knew exactly who to turn to.  Tammy and Dudley once again implored the creative geniuses to produce another profit generating website.  The iNET team was excited to re-earn the Larson's business by creating another visual masterpiece, primed to generate profit via the internet.

WatermainSuccess.jpgThe iNET website graphic design team cleverly created a visual masterpiece screaming "water" the moment any website visitor arrives.  The Waterman website allows potential customers to calculate the gallons of water needed and immediately request a quote.  It was extremely important to the graphic designers to make sure site visitors never lose the feeling of being at a water supplier’s website.  At the site you’ll see discreet bubbles rising to the top of the page, repeatedly appearing throughout the text.  Visitors will notice The Waterman logo, with rays of sunshine gleaming through the water, fades in and out behind the text, subtly reminding visitors they are at Milwaukee’s finest bulk water delivery company.

The creative genius inspired iNET Milwaukee copywrite marketing website team developed search engine friendly copy, guaranteed to both endear the readers of the website and propel The Waterman to the top of search engine results.  Focusing on their Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Fox Lake, Illinois location, the iNET copywriters guarantee The Waterman will be found in search engine results for customers in the areas they serve.

The Larsons instinctively knew their Waterman website wasn't good enough in the past, but wasn't sure how the graphic design and copy were going to help them gain leads.  So many businesses are skeptical of this after dealing with second tier web developers that iNET is familiar with skeptical clients.  Just as we always do, iNET will prove the value of the website's content and copy by earning The Waterman new business via the web.

With the brand new website just going live, iNET is confident the Google spiders will recognize the search engine friendly code.  As soon as major search engines recognize the new coding and new content of The Waterman, the website will emerge at the top of new search engine results.

If you need a swimming pool or hot tub filled with water, call the water experts at The Waterman.  If you're drowning at the bottom of search engine results, call the creative genius inspired web design team at iNET. We will throw you the lifeline and bring you to the top safely!

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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