Wealtheon

Wealtheon

Wealtheon came to us with an existing site that they had built themselves but it didn’t live up to the digital presence they wanted to present to clients.

Patrick and the team at Simply Advice Websites were a pleasure to work with. They were super patient with all our questions and amendments and really attentive to the things we found important to include on our website. Since being up and running, the service has continued and they are only an email or phone call away to help out with any questions we have. I highly recommend them for anyone in the advice industry who wants a new website that looks great, works great, and helps get clients through the door. – Lauren Hughson

The timing was critical for Wealtheon as the business was about to relocate interstate, making it imperative that they were easy to find and engage online.

Their funky pastel colour palette and modern logo gave our design team plenty to work with as we sought to bring a youthful and energetic approach to their site.

They have done a great job building on their site in several ways, including:

  • Prominently presenting their recently received awards;
  • Adding to their testimonials over time;
  • Leveraging the inbuilt blog with a mix of original content and content provided through the strong support they get from their licensee at Lifespan;
  • Celebrating an anniversary through a giveaway powered by RewardsFuel and embedded into a dedicated page on their site;
  • Adding an option to register for a webinar on landing.

Together, these additions to their site help make it engaging and relevant to existing and prospective clients alike.

Overall, we are proud of the end result for Wealtheon and we enjoy continuing to work with them.

Great experience with Patrick and the team. Patrick gave me upfront advice on what I would need and really took the time to understand what our website requirements were before we started, which meant that we were able to get things done right the first time. I highly recommend this service. – Kristopher Meuwissen