IT CRAFT

IT CRAFT

Mobile, Web and Software Development Company

5 (8 Reviews)
About IT CRAFT
IT Craft is engaged in the development of mobile and web solutions of any complexity for businesses. The company’s philosophy is to provide their customers with the best services while helping them meet their business goals. IT Craft works on following types of IT s...
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$25 - $49/hr
50 - 249
2001
Ukraine
IT CRAFT
Mobile, Web and Software Development Company
5 (8 Reviews)
2 Reviews
Client Reviews
Chris ScheidReviewed on 9/7/20
Designing work and functionality has been great.
Role: Co-Founder at MyCarrier TMS
Reviewed on 9/7/20 by Chris Scheid
Role: Co-Founder at MyCarrier TMS
Designing work and functionality has been great.
Rating breakdown
Quality
Reliability
Ability
Overall
Other details
Services:
Web Development
Project Budget:
$50001 to $200000
Project Duration:
100+ Weeks
Project Status:
Completed
Wes WilsonReviewed 8 months ago
Another success story working with IT Craft
Reviewed 8 months ago by Wes Wilson
Another success story working with IT Craft
I can't say enough about our experiences with IT Craft. We have worked with them on several project dating back to 2008 and have never been let down. The most recent project was a complicated workload manager for special education services and we had difficulty articulating exactly how software would handle certain aspects of the project. Tonya and team excelled, not only creating a beautiful product, but one that was better than we expected. I look forward to working with IT Craft again, many more times!

What do you like most about the company?

Communication, timeline, ability to grasp and convey complicated processes

Rating breakdown
Quality
Reliability
Ability
Overall
Other details
Services:
Software Development
Project Budget:
$10001 to $50000
Project Duration:
12 Weeks
Project Status:
Completed
Focus
Service Focus
Portfolio
4 Portfolios
XPERTyme
XPERTyme needed to fix a bevy of issues with their website. They were very disappointed in the performance of their current web development firm and approached IT Craft for help. The challenges facing the team were issues supporting several clients at a time, limited timefra...
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$100001 to $500000 100 weeks Productivity
Discussions
Much of what visitors learn about your e-store is a result of what they read,  view or listen online - on the search engines, videos and social networking platforms. Major chunks of content is controlled by the company as they decide what image, texts, videos and other content to publish. While another part comes from the customers in terms of feedback, review, comment on a blogpost or their social media. Content is much more like a movie - if it lacks storytelling, conceptualization and plot then it will not attract viewers’ attention. Crafting an impact-driven content demands a comprehensive understanding of the product, the audience and the marketplace in which you intend to sell your product. You have to identify the most effective ways to reach your audience and make them interested in what you have to offer. You need to decide on the focus of your website. Will it be a general store that sells a large selection of goods or a particular niche like jewellery or hike- related products. Do you intend to sell the products by using a storefront or offering a catalogue? Once you have decided on a strategic direction for your online business, you need to craft an e-commerce content strategy to support it.An e-commerce content strategy reflects the overall theme and tone of your site. It helps people understand who you are, what you do and where you can be found. With your carefully curated content, you are able to tell your audience what they can expect to find at your site. The key to designing an e-commerce content strategy is being aware of your target audience. You should know their interests, goals and preferences. This will help you determine what kind of tonality they expect. By knowing who you are writing for and what kind of information you want to convey, you are empowered to write content that provides readers with real value. It should be insightful, intriguing, informative, unique and entertaining.  This will hold their interest and help them advance in the sales cycle. Content strategy also includes using keywords and content that are search engine optimized (SEO). By doing this you ensure that your site is ranked highly for specific search terms. This will allow potential customers to find you when they conduct a search for products similar to yours. Create “shareable” content -  Your marketing efforts will go in vain if your followers and visitors are not sharing the content which you publish. Create “how-to guides” video content by collaborating with a famous vlogger or Influencer. Create personas of your target audience to design targeted campaigns for them. Stay current with “Topicals” - Multiple brands across the world create viral content capitalizing on the new trends, subjects, news, cause and issue. For example - campaigns highlighting climate change, inclusion, black lives matter, me too movements and more grasp more eyeballs. Over to youBe consistent and focus on the context - move your readers by adding value to their lives with your content.
Much of what visitors learn about your e-store is a result of what they read,  view or listen online - on the search engines, videos and social networking platforms. Major chunks of content is controlled by the company as they decide what image, texts, videos and other content to publish. While another part comes from the customers in terms of feedback, review, comment on a blogpost or their social media. Content is much more like a movie - if it lacks storytelling, conceptualization and plot then it will not attract viewers’ attention. Crafting an impact-driven content demands a comprehensive understanding of the product, the audience and the marketplace in which you intend to sell your product. You have to identify the most effective ways to reach your audience and make them interested in what you have to offer. You need to decide on the focus of your website. Will it be a general store that sells a large selection of goods or a particular niche like jewellery or hike- related products. Do you intend to sell the products by using a storefront or offering a catalogue? Once you have decided on a strategic direction for your online business, you need to craft an e-commerce content strategy to support it.An e-commerce content strategy reflects the overall theme and tone of your site. It helps people understand who you are, what you do and where you can be found. With your carefully curated content, you are able to tell your audience what they can expect to find at your site. The key to designing an e-commerce content strategy is being aware of your target audience. You should know their interests, goals and preferences. This will help you determine what kind of tonality they expect. By knowing who you are writing for and what kind of information you want to convey, you are empowered to write content that provides readers with real value. It should be insightful, intriguing, informative, unique and entertaining.  This will hold their interest and help them advance in the sales cycle. Content strategy also includes using keywords and content that are search engine optimized (SEO). By doing this you ensure that your site is ranked highly for specific search terms. This will allow potential customers to find you when they conduct a search for products similar to yours. Create “shareable” content -  Your marketing efforts will go in vain if your followers and visitors are not sharing the content which you publish. Create “how-to guides” video content by collaborating with a famous vlogger or Influencer. Create personas of your target audience to design targeted campaigns for them. Stay current with “Topicals” - Multiple brands across the world create viral content capitalizing on the new trends, subjects, news, cause and issue. For example - campaigns highlighting climate change, inclusion, black lives matter, me too movements and more grasp more eyeballs. Over to youBe consistent and focus on the context - move your readers by adding value to their lives with your content.

Much of what visitors learn about your e-store is a result of what they read,  view or listen online - on the search engines, videos and social networking platforms. Major chunks of content is controlled by the company as they decide what image, texts, videos and other content to publish. While another part comes from the customers in terms of feedback, review, comment on a blogpost or their social media. 

Content is much more like a movie - if it lacks storytelling, conceptualization and plot then it will not attract viewers’ attention. Crafting an impact-driven content demands a comprehensive understanding of the product, the audience and the marketplace in which you intend to sell your product. You have to identify the most effective ways to reach your audience and make them interested in what you have to offer. 

You need to decide on the focus of your website. Will it be a general store that sells a large selection of goods or a particular niche like jewellery or hike- related products. Do you intend to sell the products by using a storefront or offering a catalogue? Once you have decided on a strategic direction for your online business, you need to craft an e-commerce content strategy to support it.

An e-commerce content strategy reflects the overall theme and tone of your site. It helps people understand who you are, what you do and where you can be found. With your carefully curated content, you are able to tell your audience what they can expect to find at your site. The key to designing an e-commerce content strategy is being aware of your target audience. You should know their interests, goals and preferences

This will help you determine what kind of tonality they expect. By knowing who you are writing for and what kind of information you want to convey, you are empowered to write content that provides readers with real value. It should be insightful, intriguing, informative, unique and entertaining.  This will hold their interest and help them advance in the sales cycle. 

Content strategy also includes using keywords and content that are search engine optimized (SEO). By doing this you ensure that your site is ranked highly for specific search terms. This will allow potential customers to find you when they conduct a search for products similar to yours. 

Create “shareable” content -  Your marketing efforts will go in vain if your followers and visitors are not sharing the content which you publish. Create “how-to guides” video content by collaborating with a famous vlogger or Influencer. Create personas of your target audience to design targeted campaigns for them. 

Stay current with “Topicals” - Multiple brands across the world create viral content capitalizing on the new trends, subjects, news, cause and issue. For example - campaigns highlighting climate change, inclusion, black lives matter, me too movements and more grasp more eyeballs

Over to you

Be consistent and focus on the context - move your readers by adding value to their lives with your content.

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IT CRAFT
-, Kharkiv, Kharkiv 61000
Ukraine