The Vallecito Marina had a website, but unfortunately it was built by someone who “is pretty good with that stuff”. When they decided not to be in the website business (or more likely, hobby) anymore, not only did the Marina lose their website … they even lost their domain.
The Green Ridge Subdivision at Ute Pass was purchased by Highland Realty, and they needed to have a sales website for inquiries about building new single family homes. There was a website from the previous realtor, but it needed to be updated to reflect the upgraded status of shovel-ready development.
Brown’s Shoe Fit, the iconic local shoe store in Downtown Durango, needed to modernize their advertising programs. Over the years they’d established themselves as one of the most successful, longest running retial shops downtown, but they were struggling to comprehensively step into the digital era. Enter 360Durango.
Brown’s Sport Shoe, the sister store to the iconic Brown’s Shoe Fit in Downtown Durango, needed to modernize their advertising programs along with bring the brands a little closer together. One of the fastest growing retail stores downtown, they still had some major issues to overcome (such as not having access to their domain). Enter 360Durango, again.
The General Palmer Hotel was left in an unenviable position when their former GM left the hotel. The website was a mess and moreover did not have acceptable organic search engine presence. 360Durango was one of multiple agencies the Palmer reached out to for their web design. They were surprised to see how much more we could do for them.
Southwest Raft & Jeep approached 360Durango in early 2017 with several needs. Even with their great location, their retail inventory remained somewhat of a mystery to locals. They wanted to decide on a new POS and integrated eCommerce website design. Additionally, they weren’t sure if they should rebrand for an online store since they were mostly known as a guided rafting tour company.