Jakex was approached by Artvoice, a newspaper that was struggling to stay relevant in the digital age. Artvoice had been a popular print newspaper in Western New York for many years, but with the rise of digital media, they were losing readership and revenue. Artvoice knew they needed to rebrand and redesign their website to stay competitive online.
Jakex started by conducting a thorough analysis of Artvoice's existing website and digital presence. They identified several areas that needed improvement, including the website's user experience, search engine optimization, and social media integration. Jakex also worked closely with Artvoice's marketing team to develop a new brand identity that would resonate with their target audience.
Once the new brand identity was established, Jakex began the website redesign process. They created a modern, responsive website that was optimized for search engines and easy to navigate. The new website featured a clean, modern design, with a focus on user experience and engagement. Jakex also integrated social media platforms into the website, allowing Artvoice to reach a wider audience and engage with readers in real-time.
To ensure Artvoice's success online, Jakex provided ongoing support and maintenance for the website. They monitored the website's performance, made updates and improvements as needed, and provided training to Artvoice's staff on how to manage the website themselves.
As a result of Jakex's work, Artvoice was able to successfully rebrand and transition to a digital-only publication. The new website was well-received by readers and advertisers alike, and Artvoice's online presence grew significantly. Jakex's expertise in business technology and website design helped Artvoice stay relevant in the digital age and ensure their continued success online.