February

We are LOVING the world of e-commerce. While SublimeSiteCMS is still our "baby" we've ventured into the world of other great content management websites that deal more with shopping carts and online stores.

Heavenly Creations, LLC has been a client of ours for many years. We completely redesigned their product labeling/packaging a couple of years back, and this year convinced them it was time to create a website that worked more like an online shopping cart, was easier for them to update themselves (without a webmaster), and that looked great too!

E-commerce Website for Heavenly CreationsYou can learn all about Heavenly Creations, LLC and their great gourmet food products and gifts on their new website at jellyfromheaven.com. I've tasted their product first hand and will tell you it's rather addicting and definitely delicious!

To save on coding/developing costs Heavenly Creations wanted to go the route of Big Cartel, which is a great basic web cart solution for small businesses that have 100 products or less. We built their website using a pre-existing Big Cartel template that we customized to represent Heavenly Creations and their products. They had many additional pages they wanted to include and maintain, like recipe ideas, Guest Book, friend's websites, blog and more so we decided to implement a free blog like tumblr.com which worked great with the Big Cartel system and still allows the client to maintain their own blog/page updates and operate multiple blogs under one account.

Heavenly Creation's old website scored in the 30's using a web grader tool on the internet. We were very excited that just 3 weeks after the launch of the site we had nearly doubled their score! While the grading system wasn't the most e-commerce friendly, which is why we didn't score higher, it did show a huge improvement in the effectiveness of their website!

We hope you enjoy visiting our February P.O.M and don't forget to try out some of their product while you are there!

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