ITVibes, a marketing, website design, and web development company in
"When we first started, we knew we needed a website that exemplified our professionalism and showcased the processes we utilize," explained
They also wanted a website that set them apart from other real estate agencies in the area, according to Loken. "We wanted to be different, fast paced, and always moving," he continued.
How did they find ITVibes? Loken, who only entered the real estate business three and half years ago, said they did a lot research and ran across an insurance company's website that intrigued them. "We called them up and they introduced us to ITVibes," he explained.
ITVibes designed and built their website to Loken's exact specifications – dynamic, unique, and always moving. "It has the wow factor we were wanting," explained Loken. "It enhanced our entire portfolio."
He also praised ITVibes for building their website in a timely manner because they needed it up and running as quickly as possible. And, to top things off, ITVibes provided training on how to use social media, like
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"As you can tell, marketing has been a huge part of our success," Loken said. "ITVibes did a fantastic job answering all of our questions, coming up with solutions, and they took us to the next level from a marketing and website standpoint," he continued.
They create integrated websites as marketing solutions with mobile strategy, social media branding and local search engine optimization with high lead generation and conversion rates. The website marketing packages are created to directly increase inbound leads, sales, loyal customers and bottom line. Their custom business apps reduce operational costs, increase team productivity and boost ROI.
For more information, visit their website: http://www.itvibes.com or call them at 281-826-4880.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/08/prweb12091096.htm
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