mRELEVANCE is pleased to announce the launch of a new website www.stevekarleconstruction.com for luxury custom home builder, Steve Karle Construction. The new site is responsive and was designed to be search engine friendly. Since its January launch, website traffic has improved greatly with a 64-percent increase in organic traffic. Not only is traffic at an all time high, but bounce rate has decreased and time on site has increased. The site boasts beautiful imagery and a sleek modern design, is a great place for home buyers to explore new luxury homes by Steve Karle Construction.
Highlights of the new website include an easy-to-use quick links section where visitors can click through to learn more about the builder, find new homes, view a photo gallery, read about the building process, browse through recent news and easily find a contact form.The mRELEVANCE web development team integrated new features on the front and back ends of the site providing overall improvement in many areas. “Steve Karle Construction’s website has improved in three main areas since its launch: mobile friendliness, dynamic data utilization, and search engine optimization,” explained David Stiles, mRELEVANCE web developer. “The site is fully responsive now, so the user experience is greatly enhanced for phone and tablet users,” continued Stiles. With more customers searching websites on the go, mobile-friendly access is valuable and necessary. Another important feature of the website is its ability to capture leads.
Tamara LaRock, designer for Steve Karle Construction is very pleased with mRELEVANCE’s work for the website and in general. “The two things we appreciate the most about working with the mRELEVANCE team is how responsive they are to their clients, and how well they know and understand the building industry,” said Tamara LaRock, designer for Steve Karle Construction. “We know if we contact them we will hear back from them that day. We also appreciate the value of their team understanding what will be effective marketing for residential contractors and home builders.”