Zipline Interactive 2017-07-19T21:33:50Z https://ziplineinteractive.com/blog/feed/atom/ WordPress Ryan Stemkoski http://ziplineinteractive.preview.land <![CDATA[Ellerslie 66 Dental Clinic chooses the power of WordPress]]> https://ziplineinteractive.com/blog/?p=4551 2017-07-19T21:33:50Z 2017-07-19T21:33:15Z Dental MarketingEllerslie 66 Dental Clinic is an Edmonton, Alberta based general dentistry office. With a unique passion for perfection, Dr. Li and her team blend state-of-the-art technology with excellent customer service to create an unbelievable patient experience. As a Harvard trained … Continue reading

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Ellerslie 66 Dental Clinic is an Edmonton, Alberta based general dentistry office. With a unique passion for perfection, Dr. Li and her team blend state-of-the-art technology with excellent customer service to create an unbelievable patient experience.

Dentist Edmonton Homepage

As a Harvard trained computer scientist, Dr. Li has integrated cutting edge technology into every area of her practice. From the clean, modern, and technology-focused office experience, to the state of the art dental equipment, all the way through the brand new Ellerslie 66 website, technology plays a crucial role throughout the practice.

When Dr. Li began researching partners to help with her website she wanted to find a firm that knew technology, excelled at online marketing, and understood what it takes to be successful in the competitive dental market. Zipline was the perfect partner. We leveraged our ZIP-UP™ system to build a comprehensive lead generation and tracking system that is designed to help Ellerslie 66 attract targeted new patients. For those unfamiliar with the Canadian market, it can be a real challenge to compete in. There are some very strict advertising regulations levied on dentists and other healthcare providers, which makes it very difficult for providers to differentiate themselves from other practices.

Ellerslie 66 dentist

The key to our lead generation system is a user friendly, solid, conversion-optimized website. We worked with Dr. Li and her team to plan and design a brand new ellerslie66dental.com powered by the robust WordPress platform. WordPress allows us to quickly adapt the website with the campaign while also providing the robust framework necessary for all of the future growth and integrations that are planned. It also provides a solid base to create a great looking and engaging responsive website experience.

The new Ellerslie 66 Dental website is now online. Check it out today!

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Ryan Stemkoski http://ziplineinteractive.preview.land <![CDATA[Washington Grown gets a new look for Season 5]]> https://ziplineinteractive.com/blog/?p=4541 2017-06-12T19:40:30Z 2017-06-12T17:22:03Z Food is what Washington Grown is all about! From the field to the plate and everything in between, Washington Grown highlights the amazing food scene and industry that makes Washington State a great place to enjoy hundreds of locally grown … Continue reading

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Food is what Washington Grown is all about! From the field to the plate and everything in between, Washington Grown highlights the amazing food scene and industry that makes Washington State a great place to enjoy hundreds of locally grown items.

Now entering its 5th season, Washington Grown has become one of the Northwest’s favorite local television programs. Washington Grown tells the story of how the more than 300 crops grown in Washington State provide our meals, our culture and our economy in many different ways. Viewers watching the show get to experience the beauty and charm of rural Washington while following their food from the field, through production, and finally to their plate at some of the trendiest restaurants in the Northwest’s biggest cities.

Washington Grown has worked with Zipline since the launch of the show. In fact, our talented graphic design team even created the logo for Washington Grown. Now with the transition to Season 5 we all agreed it was time to overhaul the website. While many of the popular features and functions remained, we sat down with the Washington Grown team and looked at how to improve the experience. We asked questions like how do we make the content more engaging? How do we make recipes easier to use? How do we improve the responsive experience?

The resulting website leverages the latest web technologies while making it easier and more engaging for users to browse, watch video, and explore the dozens of great, unique content pieces the Washington Grown team has put together. The streamlined Washington Grown website will help you find what is in season, (Link: http://www.wagrown.com/crops-by-season/) what is going on around the state (Link: http://www.wagrown.com/calendar/), how to cook tasty Washington recipes, (http://www.wagrown.com/recipes/) and much more.

Visit the new Washington Grown website at http://www.wagrown.com/. Also, take a moment to like Washington Grown on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/WashingtonGrown/ to keep up-to-date with the latest filming and the launch of Season 5!

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Ryan Stemkoski http://ziplineinteractive.preview.land <![CDATA[A new and bolder look for the Fox Theater]]> https://ziplineinteractive.com/blog/?p=4516 2017-06-07T16:59:21Z 2017-06-05T17:45:31Z Originally built in 1931, the Fox Theater is one of Spokane’s most beautiful buildings. A true art deco treasure, the Fox Theater houses the Spokane Symphony and is also home to dozens of concerts, performances, events, and weddings each year. … Continue reading

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Originally built in 1931, the Fox Theater is one of Spokane’s most beautiful buildings. A true art deco treasure, the Fox Theater houses the Spokane Symphony and is also home to dozens of concerts, performances, events, and weddings each year. If you’ve experienced this wonderful building then you already have a deep appreciation for the design and detail that went into the original construction and the renovation in 2007. If not, you can enjoy it right now thanks to a wonderful virtual tour, you can reserve a spot on the free monthly building tour, or you can attend one of the many events taking place at the theater.

The Fox Theater / Spokane Symphony has worked with Zipline Interactive since our inception and we’re proud to announce the launch of a new Fox Theater website. This is the second website we’ve had the pleasure of assisting the Fox Theater with. The first was a very popular website which won awards and recognition for its design and creativity, and we’re sure this new website will be just as popular. While the old website looked great, it was developed prior to the invention of responsive design. With significant change in how users browse the Fox Theater website, it became time to develop a mobile-first experience.

The new website features a fresh experience that still integrates the design, bold colors, and bold style of the Fox Theater, but it is designed from the ground up to work seamlessly on mobile, tablet, and desktop devices. Users can easily browse events and get tickets from any device they choose. We have also made it much easier for users to explore the Fox and learn about the building, its history, and the various services offered.


You can visit the new Fox website online at: http://foxtheaterspokane.org/

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Ryan Stemkoski http://ziplineinteractive.preview.land <![CDATA[10 Great Alternatives to Google Site Search (GSS) – 2017 Pricing]]> https://ziplineinteractive.com/blog/?p=4518 2017-05-24T22:16:19Z 2017-05-24T20:51:28Z For the past several years we here at Zipline Interactive have been heavy users of Google Site Search. With the recent death of Google Site Search, we have been testing other search solutions to try to determine which will be … Continue reading

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For the past several years we here at Zipline Interactive have been heavy users of Google Site Search. With the recent death of Google Site Search, we have been testing other search solutions to try to determine which will be our preferred solution moving forward. For many customers, the price is a major factor so this list of Alternatives to Google Site Search is ranked based on value/ease for the dollar.

We are going to start with Google Custom Search Engine because it is fairly easy to transfer from Google Site Search to Google Custom Search Engine but we aren’t ranking it because it is a different, ad-supported product that won’t work for the majority of businesses due to its ad-supported nature.

Google Custom Search Engine
Google Custom Search Engine offers very similar functionality to the Google Site Search but comes with a major disadvantage: ads. If you’re not a nonprofit or school then you’ll be stuck with ads. On the plus side, you can monetize the ads by connecting your Adsense account, but you’ll still likely be advertising for competitors.

10 Alternatives to Google Site Search

1. Algolia
(Free – $899/month | https://www.algolia.com/product) Algolia is a powerful search engine with a number of great options and a robust developer API. It boasts a number of features including typo-tolerance, geo search, synonyms, language-agnostic, filters and facets, advanced language processing, custom ranking, and personalization. Algolia offers a free version that supports up to 10,000 records and 100k ops per month, but it comes branded for Algolia.

2. Site Search 360
(Free – $99/month | https://sitesearch360.com/#features) – A fast and flexible site search that offers complete CSS customization to integrate seamlessly with your website. With customizable search results and an easy integration, Site Search 360 is a good choice.

3. Apache Lucene Solr
(Free | http://lucene.apache.org/solr/features.html) A very powerful search tool trusted by some large brands. Offering full-text search, support for high volume, data import via XML, JSON, and HTTP, comprehensive administration interfaces, scalability, geospatial searching, and near real-time indexing. Solr is a great solution but it requires you to have access to a Solr server. You can set one up or add Solr to an existing server, or there are a number of hosted options. I found one here https://opensolr.com/solr_manager/ordering that has an index for as low as $10/month.

4. Amazon CloudSearch
(Use based – $50/year+ | https://aws.amazon.com/cloudsearch/) – Amazon CloudSearch is an extremely powerful search engine with a major disadvantage. As of now, it does not come with a built-in crawler. This means that you will have to supply all of the data that Amazon will search from in XML or JSON. This will require a developer and a fair amount of effort. A newer option is to combine Cloud with the open source crawler from Norconex. (https://www.norconex.com/an-open-source-crawler-for-amazon-cloudsearch/)

5. Google ElasticSearch
($35/month+ | https://console.cloud.google.com/launcher/details/click-to-deploy-images/elasticsearch) – Built on Apache Lucene, similar to Solr, ElasticSearch is a robust solution for distributed real-time search and analytics. Setup is a bit more challenging than with many of the SASS providers but it does a great job.

6. Expertrec Search Engine
($5/month+ | https://expertrec.com/) – A powerful search tool with real-time cloud-based predictive search, product recommendations, spell correction, synonyms, machine learning, and analytics.

7. AddSearch
($29-$499/month | http://www.addsearch.com/features/) – AddSearch is a decent replacement for Google Search Engine, especially for smaller websites. For $29/month you can support up to 1000 pages of content. The search is fast, installation is easy, and statistics are available.

8. Cludo
($199-$399/month | https://www.cludo.com/en/features/) – A customizable search engine complete with spell check, search as you type, analytics and much more.

9. Swiftype
($299 / month | https://swiftype.com/site-search) – Swiftype Site Search is a powerful website search engine that is built on an advanced search algorithm. In tests, it delivers good results for even complicated queries and includes useful features like spelling correction, bigram matching, stemming, synonyms, and phrase matching, but is quite expensive in comparison to Google Site Search at $299/month.

10. Zoomd
(Free? | http://zoomd.com/) – We haven’t been able to find reliable information on the exact pricing and integration of Zoomd online. We tested the demo on a website I own and it seems very promising and easy to setup. It appears to have an ad supported system with revenue sharing, but we’ve ranked it near the bottom due to lack of information.

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Ryan Stemkoski http://ziplineinteractive.preview.land <![CDATA[A smarter website for RESCUE! the Smarter Pest Control™ company]]> https://ziplineinteractive.com/blog/?p=4507 2017-05-24T20:15:28Z 2017-05-18T23:09:52Z Even if you don’t recognize the brand name RESCUE!, you will certainly recognize the associated products. The company, founded in 1982, offers a full suite of pest control products, but is most famous for its eye-catching yellowjacket traps. You know, … Continue reading

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Even if you don’t recognize the brand name RESCUE!, you will certainly recognize the associated products. The company, founded in 1982, offers a full suite of pest control products, but is most famous for its eye-catching yellowjacket traps. You know, the neon yellow trap you can find hanging from trees, gutters, and just about anywhere else yellowjackets congregate.

While you may recognize the flashy trap, there is a lot more to the RESCUE! story. RESCUE! was founded with the goal of designing and manufacturing the safest and most effective pest control solutions available to homeowners. Today, most products in the pest control industry claim to be safe and healthy, but when RESCUE! entered the marketplace, the use of harmful chemicals and pesticides was still the norm. Through a great deal of testing and analysis, Rod Schneidmiller, the founder and President of Sterling International, RESCUE!’s parent company, developed a reusable fly trap that helped launch the company. Over time RESCUE! was able to gain retail traction, and today its products are sold nationwide in retail stores like Walmart and Ace Hardware.

RESCUE! reached out to Zipline for assistance in developing a new website. Their team was looking for something that was as beautiful and innovative as their products, and could do a better and faster job of helping customers find the products and resources they needed to get the most from their RESCUE! experience.

Our team worked with the RESCUE! marketing team to analyze the problems that were currently impacting the website. We analyzed the design, functionality, and visitor browsing patterns. Using this data, we developed a new digital strategy that better routed users based on where they were in the purchasing process. Visitors can easily browse by product or pest, making it easy to locate just the right product. Customers can also easily find a local or online dealer that offers that product to help close the purchasing loop.

One of the coolest features of the new RESCUE! website is that it is smarter than your average site. The website analyzes where a visitor is physically located. Based on their browsing activity, the website will actually show different information that is more relevant to the user. The pests that impact Texas, California, and Washington are different at different times of the year. Website components like the homepage slideshow and pest alerts are now geared towards a user based on their physical location, so that the right information gets to the right user at the right time, increasing the level of customer service provided by the website, and of course helping to sell more of the right product.

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Ryan Stemkoski http://ziplineinteractive.preview.land <![CDATA[Issaquah Schools Foundation Goes Interactive]]> https://ziplineinteractive.com/blog/?p=4499 2017-05-15T19:59:48Z 2017-05-15T19:59:48Z The Issaquah Schools Foundation is a great organization dedicated to advancing academic achievement, supporting struggling students, promoting professional development, and connecting students to their future. In partnership with the Issaquah School District, Issaquah Schools Foundation (ISFDN) helps all students achieve … Continue reading

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The Issaquah Schools Foundation is a great organization dedicated to advancing academic achievement, supporting struggling students, promoting professional development, and connecting students to their future. In partnership with the Issaquah School District, Issaquah Schools Foundation (ISFDN) helps all students achieve the promise of their potential. ISFDN is a unifying organization that enables the Issaquah School District to provide access to exceptional opportunities district-wide that ignite learning, improve educational outcomes and prepare all students to be confident, competent and engaged citizens.


Issaquah Schools Foundation hired Zipline Interactive to develop a new online experience. The organization wanted to showcase the myriad of programs and opportunities it has available. We worked closely with the marketing team to dream and design a unique and engaging online experience that allows visitors to visually browse and explore the website. Powered by our ZLCMS system, the website is also simple for the ISFDN staff to keep up-to-date.


Visit the new Issaquah Schools Foundation website online at http://isfdn.org/ and if you happen to live in the Issaquah area you can learn how you can get involved.

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Ryan Stemkoski http://ziplineinteractive.preview.land <![CDATA[The Diocese of Juneau gets a whole new online experience]]> https://ziplineinteractive.com/blog/?p=4490 2017-04-18T19:12:14Z 2017-04-18T19:12:14Z The Diocese of Juneau is one of the largest and smallest Dioceses in the United States. With a population of 10,600 it boasts the smallest group of Catholics represented, but with a geographical size of 53,000 square miles in area, … Continue reading

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The Diocese of Juneau is one of the largest and smallest Dioceses in the United States. With a population of 10,600 it boasts the smallest group of Catholics represented, but with a geographical size of 53,000 square miles in area, it represents a massive geographical region.

The Diocese is located in the Southeastern Panhandle of the State of Alaska and geographically it is strung out along five hundred miles of islands, peninsulas and fjords in an area where the glaciers literally meet the sea.

With such a huge service area, much of which is only reachable by sea or air, the web is a critical tool for the Diocese of Juneau. The Diocese of Juneau uses the web as the primary tool to share information about programs and initiatives. For the past 5+ years they have done this through a Zipline designed, ZLCMS-powered website. While that website has served the organization well, it became time to redesign the website to take advantage of the new advances in web technology.

The Diocese of Juneau partnered with Zipline Interactive for a second time. Excited, our team worked closely with the Diocese of Juneau to create a brand new website that represented the current direction of the organization. During the process, we added a number of powerful new features, enhanced and updated some older features, and provided a full responsive experience that makes the website the perfect tool for all web visitors regardless of whether they use desktop, tablet, or mobile devices.

The new website is now online and you can visit it at http://dioceseofjuneau.org.

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Ryan Stemkoski http://ziplineinteractive.preview.land <![CDATA[Brain Healing goes mobile friendly with WordPress]]> https://ziplineinteractive.com/blog/?p=4477 2017-04-03T19:12:35Z 2017-03-21T16:00:38Z Girl at Therapy and Counseling AppointmentBrain Healing is a private therapy practice based in Spokane Valley, Washington. With 3 skilled therapists, Brain Healing provides clients with a wide range of therapy services. Offering a complete suite of services from trauma and PTSD, to couples counseling … Continue reading

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Brain Healing is a private therapy practice based in Spokane Valley, Washington. With 3 skilled therapists, Brain Healing provides clients with a wide range of therapy services. Offering a complete suite of services from trauma and PTSD, to couples counseling and parental support, Brain Healing is geared to equip clients with the tools needed to deal with their challenges without the use of drugs. Working hand in hand with clients, Brain Healing creates a holistic, individualized approach tailored to a client’s unique needs.

Brain Healing Home PageThe team at Brain Healing hired Zipline Interactive to redesign their website. The previous website was old, outdated, and challenging to manage. The old website also lacked any type of mobile support. Our team worked with Brain Healing to design and develop a new responsive website engineered to help potential customers easily navigate and locate information about the services offered by Brain Healing.

This new conversion optimized website for Brain Healing is powered by WordPress. It makes it quick and easy for Brain Healing staff to keep the website up-to-date.

Brain Healing Specialties PageVisit the new Brain Healing website online.

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Ryan Stemkoski http://ziplineinteractive.preview.land <![CDATA[Is your website ADA compliant? If you don’t know, read this now.]]> https://ziplineinteractive.com/blog/?p=4454 2017-03-13T16:33:48Z 2017-03-16T16:30:28Z ADA Compliance Featured ImageThe Americans with Disabilities Act was originally passed in 1990, around the same year that the ARPANET was decommissioned and use of the Internet for commercial purposes became a reality. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was the nation’s first … Continue reading

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The Americans with Disabilities Act was originally passed in 1990, around the same year that the ARPANET was decommissioned and use of the Internet for commercial purposes became a reality. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was the nation’s first comprehensive civil rights law addressing the needs of people with disabilities, prohibiting discrimination in employment, public services, public accommodations, and telecommunications. This act has resulted in a number of significant changes ranging from how we interact with people with disabilities, to how modern buildings are constructed. To date, there has been little crossover between the ADA and the Internet, but that is about to change.

Starting in 2018, not only will your building and business practices need to be ADA compliant, so will your website. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is rolling out official compliance guidelines concerning online accessibility for the visually disabled as part of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). It may seem like 2018 is far into the distant future, but it is actually past time to take action. Even though it’s barely 2017, you’re still at risk if you aren’t in compliance. Already, major companies like Reebok, Target, and the NBA have been sued. It’s not just the big companies either, many smaller companies ranging from regional ski resorts to small banks and financial institutions have been targeted by attorneys working to enforce the new legislation.

What are the requirements to be ADA compliant?

The new standard the Department of Justice has outlined is WCAG Level AA Compliance (https://www.w3.org/WAI/WCAG20/quickref/). These guidelines have 4 primary principles that will need to be followed to be considered ADA compliant, and they’re not super straightforward.

Principle 1 – Perceivable
Information and user interface components must be presentable to users in ways they can perceive.

Principle 2 – Operable
User interface components and navigation must be operable.

Principle 3 – Understandable
Information and the operation of user interface must be understandable.

Principle 4 – Robust
Content must be robust enough that it can be interpreted reliably by a wide variety of user agents, including assistive technologies.

What action do I need to take?

Whether you manage your own website or employ a web developer you will need to implement a series of technologies and techniques designed to make your website more accessible. It is possible some of them have been done, but unless you have specifically contracted with a web developer to be ADA accessible, it is likely many of these required elements are not in place. Much of what is now required for ADA compliance has not been a standard practice. Furthermore, some of the ADA compliance required changes can conflict with older SEO techniques, so your web developer may have unintentionally moved you further from ADA compliance in an effort to improve your ranking prospects.

The key is to mitigate common barriers to web accessibility include removing any incompatibility with speech recognition or screen reading software, adding text-based alternatives to media content, fixing any poor color contrast or small text size, and removing or fixing transaction timing requirements that do not take into account intellectual disabilities.

An accessible website:

  • Provides text alternatives for any non-text content including images so that content can be accessed by impaired individuals.
  • Provides alternatives for time-based media such as audio and video that presents equivalent information.
  • Includes content that can be presented in different ways without losing information or structure.
  • Is easy to see and hear, including separating foreground from background.
  • Permits all functionality from a keyboard if needed (as opposed to a cursor).
  • Permits sufficient time to read and use the content.
  • Is not designed in a way that is known to cause seizures.
  • Includes ways to help users navigate, find content, and determine where they are.
  • Includes text content that is readable and understandable.
  • Operates and appears in predictable ways.
  • Helps users avoid and correct mistakes.
  • Is compatible with current and future user agents, including assistive web technologies.

How do I know if my website is already compliant?

As mentioned previously, unless you have specifically contracted with a web developer to perform an ADA compliance audit/adjustment, it is unlikely that you are compliant. Many of the requirements of the WCAG Level AA Compliance standards have not been industry standard practices to date.

If you would like to do a quick analysis of how your website stacks up with the ADA compliance requirements, there are a few good online testing tools. While these can’t replace a traditional audit, they can help you better understand where your business needs to improve. There is a long list available at https://www.w3.org/WAI/ER/tools/, but a quick and easy one can be found at http://www.cynthiasays.com/.

What happens if I don’t do something?

Maybe nothing for now, but you’re putting yourself and your business at risk. There are lots of questions about which websites need to be ADA compliant. We highly suggest that all websites make an effort to move towards ADA compliance as soon as possible. Websites that offer products or services that could be deemed discriminatory if “denied” to certain users (e.g., a blind user couldn’t find or apply for a certain product or service because of the way your information is presented online) are major targets. If your business provides online access to a variety of services to its customers, you must make those same services accessible to everyone, regardless of physical ability.

This likely means ADA compliance applies to your business. While the largest and most public facing entities will be the initial targets for enforcement, every business should strive to be as accessible as possible. To date, many small regional businesses have been targeted by attorneys working on behalf of disabled plaintiffs. If you do not move towards ADA compliance it is likely you will find your business targeted in the future. There is no way to predict when or where enforcement is already taking place, and most targeted businesses are choosing to settle instead of deal with expensive litigation.

More to come.

We will be closely monitoring the ADA compliance landscape as the exact specifications change and adjust. As we learn more we will share our findings with you to help you stay ahead of the curve. If you haven’t already, fill out the form below to sign-up for our email updates and you will get the latest updates on accessibility information and requirements as we get it.

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Ryan Stemkoski http://ziplineinteractive.preview.land <![CDATA[A new brand and website for Inland Northwest Metallurgical.]]> https://ziplineinteractive.com/blog/?p=4466 2017-03-13T23:48:16Z 2017-03-14T17:30:19Z Mechanical GearsFor over 20 years, Inland Northwest Metallurgical (IN-MET) has been providing premium quality heat treating and induction heat treating services to customers up and down the west coast. IN-MET’s unique heat treating process has been applied to products of all … Continue reading

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For over 20 years, Inland Northwest Metallurgical (IN-MET) has been providing premium quality heat treating and induction heat treating services to customers up and down the west coast. IN-MET’s unique heat treating process has been applied to products of all shapes and sizes. From small objects like knives and firearms, to large, mission-critical aerospace parts used by companies like Boeing, Inland Northwest Metallurgical has the skills, tools, and experience to complete any job.

Inland Met HomepageAs one of the region’s top heat treating firms, Inland Northwest Metallurgical knew it needed a brand and website that better conveyed the size and quality of its operation. Inland Northwest Metallurgical hired our team because of our expertise in helping b2b companies generate more leads through online marketing.

Our team worked closely with IN-MET to re-brand by adding a new logo and a corresponding identity package. This new brand was then applied to a series of website properties, each designed to help attract and convert customers in a particular vertical. The entire network of websites is powered by our robust ZLCMS content management system, giving IN-MET full control over its website content.

Aluminum Heat Treating PageYou can visit the new Inland Northwest Metallurgical site online.

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