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Visual Scope is a firm that specializes in web design, search engine optimization (SEO) and e-commerce. Based in Seattle and founded in 1999 the firm seem to offer a highly valuable service in a very competitive industry. Their dedication and quality of service seems to have paid off, as they boast an extremely impressive 1000 previous clients, including big names such as Coca Cola, Windstar Cruises and Major League Soccer. This astonishing client list alone sets them apart from 99.9% of design firms out there, as does their working experience of close to a decade.
Their mission statement seems to focus on a ‘Return on Investment’ for their clients. This of course is something that every client dreams of, but rarely do design firms deliver… Visual Scope is clearly not one of those companies. One of their clients Steven Anderson boasts a 300% increase in service enquiries of his Hawaiian Vacation Rentals business as well as an amazing $280,000 increase in profit. Like any respectable design firm Visual Scope to not post restrictive public service prices, but work on a quote system (much like myself). I’m unaware of their costs, but I’m willing to bet that their work for Steven Anderson did not cost anywhere near $280,000!
Their web design portfolio shows reasonably impressive visual design skills, but what really impressed me was their spectrum of services and support offered. Highlighted in their portfolio clients alone are:
This impressive list seems to be down to their 5 person team of specialists. Again, this is something that sets them apart from your average Joe who started a web design business.
What impressed me the most was their seo services. I confess that whilst I have some experience in SEO myself it is not my forte. I was impressed by the information provided on their services, but what really swung it for me was their proven results table. As a rule, words are cheap, it is substance and hard fact that really matters. Their client rankings are just as impressive, but for them to rank number 13 on Google for ‘web design’ out of over 800 million competing sites really speaks for itself.
I’m afraid that I don’t have many suggestions. I would personally make your amazing casestudies and achievements a lot more visible (i.e.: by displaying some of them on your homepage). You can’t expect all of your visitors to dig through your subpages for such information as I’ve just done. In fact, after finding your table of impressive SEO results I was unable to go back and find the link again. If you make these achievements more obvious you’ll improve your already established reputation further and hopefully land some new clients!