Senniger Powers Launches Custom Website Redesign from The Net Impact

St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) August 28, 2012

Senniger Powers contacted The Net Impact to redesign its website and implement a more appealing and effective design. Senniger Powers is a national intellectual property law firm located in St. Louis. In business for 90 years, Senniger Powers secures and enforces patent, trademark and copyright rights.

The Net Impact redesigned the Senniger Powers website using custom designed Microsoft .NET pages, with The Net Impact web CMS (Content Management System) partner Auctori. Microsoft .Net technology equips developers to employ multiple programming languages at once. This creates more functionality, saves time and can increase revenue. The Net Impact also used SEO (Search Engine Optimization) techniques such as competitor analysis and keyword research to increase web traffic and adopt a more clearly defined target audience.

With the Senniger Powers website, we applied numerous techniques to encourage more visitors and increase ROI, says Mandy Christanell, Manager of Development and Design. Using a customized .NET design along with SEO, a mobile site design and analytics, Senniger Powers can reach its audience more efficiently and through more channels.

Google Analytics will measure statistical information on the new Senniger Powers website such as web traffic, goals and page views. This data will assist in website improvement and bringing visitors who are likely to turn into valuable clients. With the addition of a mobile site, The Net Impact brings accessibility to the Senniger Powers site users.

Our new website design is a powerful digital solution built to attract more potential clients and help us establish a stronger online presence so they know more about what we do and how we can help, says Robert Gallin, the firms Executive Director. We can now more actively reach out to businesses that need our services. We anticipate this website will be a great success story for our company.

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