Cardia 7

“Better take a Cardia 7!”

Purified Omega 7 is the New Omega 3. It’s the game changer for cholesterol and inflammation.

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Cardia 7: “Purified Omega 7″

Cardia 7 is a breakthrough nutritional supplement that’s good for your heart. In recent articles published in their syndicated YOU Docs column, Drs. Oz & Roizen are calling purified Omega 7 a ‘medical breakthrough’; the ‘new’ good fat.

Features: Genesis Framework with Genesis Child Theme. Woocommerce shopping cart integrated with Infusionsoft CRM + Email Marketing + Ecommerce.

Visit the site: http://www.cardia7.com

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Center for Cognition and Development

The Center for Cognition & Development provides A UNIQUE DRUG-FREE OPTION to intervention for children challenged with Attention Deficit, Sensory Integration Difficulties, Developmental Delays, Auditory Processing.

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Features: Genesis Framework with Genesis Child Theme. Woocommerce shopping cart with Stripe Payment Platform.

Visit the site: http://www.c4cognition.com

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Dise & Company

Dise & Company is a Leader in Executive Search, Corporate Outplacement, and Leadership Coaching.

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For 20 years, Dise & Company has been helping businesses solve their toughest human resource challenges with clear direction — on purpose, with purpose

Features: Genesis Framework with Custom Child Theme.

Visit the site: http://www.diseco.com

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YogaHotDish

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Yoga HotDish is operated by Shaila Cunningham, a Roving Yoga Instructor, Work/Life Balance Expert, and Founder of Yoga HotDish, Shaila is a caring and compassionate Yoga Instructor who enjoys working with real people to solve real problems.

Features: WordPress Website with Genesis Child Theme. Woocommerce + Events Calendar Pro + Wootickets.

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Back Bay Hardware

Back Bay Hardware offers solutions for life’s little problems, and has been serving the needs of residents, businesses, and visitors to the Back Bay since 1943.

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Features: Genesis Framework with Genesis Child Theme. Includes a Woocommerce a secure shopping cart with XML import capability with 8,000+ items to drive traffic and sales.

Visit the site: http://www.backbayhardware.com

What the client says:

I hired Les to develop a web presence for my hardware store, which is located in the Back Bay of Boston. I am delighted that my website is ranked #1 for the search term “hardware store boston”. He was also able to lead the process and has managed to put all the products in my store online using an XML feed. Although we’ve got thousands of products, each page loads in just over a second (1.17 s to be exact). I’m delighted.”

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Ogilvy Magazine Ad

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Client: QMI – SAI Global

Challenge: Create a Magazine Ad to Promote their Free Food Safety Webinars.

Services: Copywriting, Graphic Design and Layout.

Additonal Information: I used two classic formulas: one for copywriting, and the other for the layout. The AIDA formula stands for Attention, Interest, Desire, Call to Action. The “Ogilvy” layout includes a Graphic, a Caption, a Headline, Lede/Body Copy, and a Response Box for the Call to Action.

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