Welcome to the team, Sommer!

Welcome to the team, Sommer!

by: Adam

Hamilton native Sommer Yaguchi is thrilled to join the FPM3 team as our new Marketing Sales Coordinator. Her passion for providing exceptional customer service and forging meaningful connections are just a few of the reasons Sommer strives for excellence in her chosen field. After graduating from George Brown College with a diploma in business marketing, she expanded her skill set through a number of positions in different sectors by learning the ins and outs of the hospitality and sales industries both in managerial and on-the-ground positions. Her trajectory into the business world wasn’t necessarily a straight one, but all of her past work experience has allowed her to foster a greater appreciation for the value of hard work and the importance of customer satisfaction. Being self-motivated allowed Sommer to continue growing her marketing career through her last position as a business to business sales person. This job involved high levels…

Microsites need love too!

Microsites need love too!

by: Adam

All websites, big or small, need love. That’s our philosophy here at FPM3. There’s always room for improvement, responsiveness, and redesign! When Wired Wash came to us with a tight deadline and a desire to make their landing page responsive and redesigned, we happily took on the challenge. By mixing up elements, highlighting their contact info and logo, we came up with a design that really showcased their branding and services! The result was a fully responsive splash page that made it easy for visitors to book appointments and make payments right there on their microsite. A website redesign can have a huge impact on your business. Stay on top of your digital A-game and see the results for yourself! Contact us today to see how we can give you a full website makeover.

Pokemon GO Means Mobile Matters

Pokemon GO Means Mobile Matters

by: Adam

You might have heard about Pokemon GO’s world domination – but you might have been even more surprised to see it firsthand. This week, Nintendo released mobile app Pokemon GO to five countries: United States, Australia, New Zealand, Britain and Germany. Notice how Canada isn’t on there? It hasn’t even been released in this country yet and this game already has people on their mobile devices everywhere trying to “catch ‘em all”! This afternoon, I took a walk to Gore Park here in downtown Hamilton and saw for myself how a mobile application can take this city by storm – even when it hasn’t even been released to this country yet! Everywhere in the park there were business people in suits and ties, bikers with leather jackets, teenagers on skateboards – and everyone was playing this game! I didn’t even have to ask either – I just knew they were…

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