Wordpress web design and digital marketing agency
Rushminute is a creative web design and digital marketing agency located in Lincoln, Nebraska, with a tight-knit team of coders, writers, project managers and designers sprinkled around the world. Rushminute offers a variety of core services like web design, web development and content creation. In addition, Rushminute offers a variety of growth services like social media management, e-mail campaigns, SEO, AdWords/PPC, blog writing and print/brand design.
Lots of small businesses don’t have a “go to” web guy. They need a quick fix for their site, help ranking at the top of Google or Bing search results. Rushminute specializes in helping small businesses organize the day-to-day details of their “online footprint” like their updates to their website and social media channels.
Many small businesses want to meet face-to-face with their webmaster or web designer. Rushminute offers face-to-face virtual team meetings so clients can get instant answers to their questions via Google Hangouts or FaceTime.
A web makeover for a 20-year-old Boston-based biotech company that creates artificial skin. Robbie Moore, Rushminute's founder, led the creative process for the team at 3 Media Web.
View the site here: https://www.mattek.com/
Robbie Moore, Rushminute founder, combined a dozen websites into one for Hardinge, a global leader in machine tools. 3 Media Web, a Wordpress development agency in Boston worked with Robbie to harmonize all the different sites into one powerful, unified online brand.
View the site here: https://www.hardinge.com/
AMSC makes windmills and superconductors, but needed a website to help site visitors connect emotionally with their vision. Rushminute's creative superhero, Robbie Moore worked with the team at 3 Media Web to create a slick, new website that positions AMSC as a global leader.
View the website here: https://www.amsc.com/
3Play Media does video captioning and translation and needed their website to lead the pack when it comes to accessibility. The concept was use animated captions to boldly express 3Play Media's core value. 3 Media Web, with Robbie Moore as the creative director, built a site that won a 2018 Silver Davey award for web accessibility.
View the site here: https://www.3playmedia.com/
Acacia makes the optical circuits and modules that are the backbone of the internet. They reached out to 3 Media Web with Robbie Moore as the creative director to freshen up their site.
View the site here: https://acacia-inc.com/
Minerva Neurosciences specializes in diseases of the central nervous system which affect 1 in 3 people worldwide. In six week, Robbie Moore was able to create a brand makeover as the creative director at 3 Media Web.
Visit the site here: http://www.minervaneurosciences.com/
"For a small business, we get a lot more than we pay for."
Rushminute revamped a WordPress website and helped select ideal SEO keywords. They provide digital strategy consulting on an ongoing basis.
"For a small business, we get a lot more than we pay for."
Jun 19, 2019
The new website continually draws in customers from a new demographic and performs well from an SEO standpoint. Rushminute always responds quickly and delivers impressive results at a bargain.
A Clutch analyst personally interviewed this client over the phone. Below is an edited transcript.
Introduce your business and what you do there.
I’m the marketing director for Physical Therapy and Sports Rehab. We are an established outpatient physical therapy clinic, based out of Massachusetts with three clinics.
What challenge were you trying to address with Rushminute?
As a small business, we do a lot with limited staff. Rushminute is the technical expertise that’s brought in so that we can operate a bit more independently.
What was the scope of their involvement?
During the course of our work together, we’ve built a much better WordPress website under Rushminute’s guidance. Some of the information was pulled from our old site, and they used our original design. It was a reorganization and a better emphasis on what was important, in terms of layout.
The team brought in a lot of content to improve our SEO campaigns. They’ve built landing pages and created a blog that we maintain as well.
We have different aspects of Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, and blogs, for which they provide consultation. They do a lot of the backend work and tell us different ways in which we can improve our overall digital presence.
What is the team composition?
Our main point of contact is Robbie (Founder, Rushminute). He has an entire team, but all of our communication is filtered through him.
What evidence can you share that demonstrates the impact of the engagement?
Our ranking has grown, and we’ve come up in the top three search results for a lot of our keywords. Before working with Rushminute, we were having some trouble being found. Now, when we ask our clients how they found us, the number of people who say “through the website” has grown by around 300 percent.
We already had a large geriatric population, just because they tend to go to whoever their doctor recommends. Since working with Rushminute, we’ve been able to appeal to a younger demographic that performs web research before choosing a provider; the website is a major deciding factor for a lot of those patients, and they typically like what we have to offer.
How did Rushminute perform from a project management standpoint?
Whenever we have a problem, we hear back from them immediately. There’s no waiting; When we have an immediate problem, we get an immediate response. It’s been a very successful partnership. There’s a lot of brainstorming and coming up with ideas that I think we benefit from. We get a lot of valuable insight into what direction other businesses in our industry are moving in; as a small business, we don’t have the time to spend looking at how others work, so Rushminute’s work is very appreciated.
We communicate via phone, email, and also use a software to share screenshares.
What did you find most impressive about them?
We love the individual customized care we receive from Rushminute. They’re very responsive, always give us 100 percent, and they always make sure they give us a finished product. For a small business, we get a lot more than we pay for.
Are there any areas they could improve?
No, we’re very lucky to have found them.
Do you have any advice for potential customers?
I would say, the more information you give them, the better. The more you’re able to share, the more they’re able to evaluate and bring your project together for a more cohesive whole.