My name is Nicole Van Eden and I am the President of Onpoint web design. Onpoint is a Massachusetts based company located on the North Shore of Boston. We have been located in downtown Beverly for ten years.
Recently I visited your website for Wholly Cannol and analyzed the home page and the site overall. With that said I hope you don’t mind that I have suggested and listed several changes below that I feel I could help you with.
These affordable upgrades will cause your site to become more frequently visited, become more effective as a marketing tool, and most of all, increase revenues.
All of this is simple to both plan and execute. As a matter of fact it is easy and would require little time or effort on your behalf.
Surely you would like to be creating more revenue with your website. You could do just that by allowing us to bring your website up to date, inserting a more marketing driven mentality, and presenting a strong “Call to Action” on the sites homepage.
Your website should be instrumental in building your business by both re-connecting with old clients while simultaneously attracting new ones.
Your homepage is the first impression any web visitor has of your business. It is the most important aspect in interesting a visitor in your services or products. The homepage has to act as a vehicle that makes visitors want to contact or visit you. Your current site does none of these things. The site mostly acts like a glorified yellow page ad. Simply put a website today is capable of being much more than an online brochure.
Please consider the following.
Your website has to attract new visitors’ interest in the first THREE
seconds…your current site needs an attention grabbing call to action…it DOES NOT HAVE ONE!
Your website design is a little old. As stated above websites are capable of so much more than what your current site offers. A new design would revitalize current visitors to the site, while attracting new site visitors and increasing revenues for your business.
New, more engaging photographs would help bring your site to life. We can take professional quality photos for your business to use throughout your site to really make it pop. Our professional photographers can take photos of your business to use throughout your site to make it feel more personal as well as better showcase what you have to offer.
I didn't see a sign-up box on your home page. A sign up box on the homepage will not only collect emails…it is one of the best and most affordable ways to contact and re-contact visitors of your site.
You may consider having advertisements for your business right on your homepage. When done correctly these ads will keep your customers coming back for weekly, monthly, and holiday specials, as well as other offers and announcements.
In closing I would appreciate an opportunity to help you with all of this.
May I speak with you on the phone or set up a meeting about what I have pointed out and listed above? There are many other concepts that will help your web presence that I would also like to discuss with you.
You can call me at 617-615-6192 or simply email me back at
You can also visit my website and portfolio at www.onpointsite.com.
Thank you for your time and I look forward to your response.
Nicole Van Eden
Worst pie I ever had. Usually make my own by with time restrictions decided to use a trusted bakery. Spend &50-60 per month on many items. Ordered pie for Thanksgiving a week in advance only to discover that it was in refrigerator for up to a week. Soupy. They said it was condescension. Saw others picking up pie ordered day before nicely packed and warm!
Hello ma'am! I do indeed remember you calling and coming in briefly, I was one of the counter girls working at the time! You're pie may of had condensation, due to the fact that it was baked earlier that morning, as well as many other pie orders for the day. Being a student at Umass Amherst, I noticed your lanyard as you walked out, I can tell you that condensation forms when its too warm inside the box the pie was in, causing the pie to sweat from the remaining steam coming off of it (because the pie was indeed still warm when placed in the box, I helped with packaging them earlier that day). The bakers would never make something a week early to sell, I can promise you that. I did try to compensate, yet you ran out too quickly with the pie. We are a small business, with hard workers, that strive to provide the best product and service as possible. We did so that day with your pie. Other customers called to thank us, as it seems your pie was the only "bad" one in the batch. My name is above if you would like to call with any questions.
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