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Site Launch: Joseph P. Mangione, Inc.

WSG today launched JPMangione.com, a redesign of the digital home for Joseph P. Mangione, Inc.

Their owner and project lead, Gary Mangione, was a joy. He handled content creation duties on the project, somehow finding time to keep the business running and pump out pages and pages of new copy. We thank you Gary!

JP Mangione handles all manners of physical and electronic security, so, doors, closers, alarms, locksets, access controls, master key systems, for both residential and commercial clients alike.

The new site features:

Custom design
New information architecture
Light social integration
Content management
Multiple, simple calls to action

We thank everyone at JP Mangione for making WSG their firm of choice, and we look forward to continued growth, both for their site and business.

Site launch: CollectiveBargainingSolutions.com

WSG launched new site CollectiveBargainingSolutions.com. CBS, LLC is a new, three-person consulting firm, and they currently have no domain or web presence. They needed a basic site to help add legitimacy to their new business and for use with their initial marketing and sales efforts.

 

Site launch: SolutionsforNY.org

The Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities, a long-standing WSG client, this week launched a new site – SolutionsforNY.org. The site is the digital home of cIcu’s Campus Community Partners outreach effort.

Campus Community Partners is an initiative that highlights the brainpower, partnerships and resources that New York’s 100+ independent colleges and universities bring to residents and communities throughout New York State.

The site was built on the Drupal content management system, and includes a custom design. We congratulate cIcu on the new site and we look forward to seeing it grow.

Site Launch: BoveFuels.com

BoveFuels.comWSG is pleased to announce the re-launch of BoveFuels.com, the internet home of G.A. Bove Fuels.

We thank the Bove Family and their entire team for making us their firm of choice, and we look forward to seeing the site continue to expand and improve over the coming months and years.

Site Launch: ColonieChamber.org

http://www.coloniechamber.org

WSG is pleased to announce the re-launch of ColonieChamber.org, the home of the Colonie (NY) Chamber of Commerce.

The project was spearheaded by Chamber President Tom Nolte, modernizes the web presence of the self-described “fun Chamber.”  Now armed with version 4.0 of WSG’s own content management system, a revised information architecture and multiple calls to action, Chamber members and the public at-large can:

Register for events
Read Chamber news
Search for and find members in the member directory
Browse the photo gallery

All these elements of the site are managed through the WSG’s Content Management System.  Chamber staff can also swap out both the member ads on the sidebar as well as the ads in the header.

We also wish to thank the Chamber for making us their firm of choice, and we look forward to seeing the site continue to expand and improve over the coming months and years.

Site Launch: RyanCommercialPainting.com

Commercial and industrial painting contractor Frank J. Ryan and Sons, in concert with WSG, today launched their first web-site – RyanCommercialPainting.com.   A forth-generation family-owned business, FJR & Sons stands atop their field, and now they have a web presence to match.

We were genuinely impressed to learn about the accomplishments of FJR and Sons.  From their impressive client list, to the projects they’ve completed, their imprint is all over the Capital Region – Albany, Troy, Saratoga and beyond.  If you’ve lived in this area for any length of time, you can be sure you’ve seen their work:  The College of St. Rose in Albany, NY, the EMPAC building in Troy, the Sagamore in Lake George, NY, the LL Bean store in Albany and the Rensselaer Rail Station.  FJR and Sons is also certified by the EPA as a lead-safe firm.  Co-owners and brothers Bob and Steve Ryan were a joy to work with, and we look forward to continued work on their site.

The project included a custom design by our Creative Director Danielle McMahon, and is running on open-source content management system Drupal.

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