At Main Street Faces, we’re all about the experience. We design right-sized, compelling, and functional websites that make it easy for your visitors to quickly find exactly what they’re looking for when they arrive at your site and then guide them through your site. It’s about creating an online experience that transforms users into followers and customers into ambassadors. We don't just build websites, we build relationships.
We do this by working with high-quality companies that care about customer service. We will give you the same quality of service you are used to providing . We work by listening to you, understanding your target audience, and putting our extensive online knowledge and decades of experience to work on a plan that will improve your business goals and change the way you think about the potential of the internet.
Oh, and if you’re wondering, we’re mobile first. It’s not just the way of the future. It’s the way of right now.
In addition to all of this, we create stunning print ads and banners that will set you ahead in your industry and leave your competitors scrambling to catch up.
ElixWare is a startup custom software-as-service company specializing in business management software for industries as diverse as spas, hand-built instruments, recreational vehicle production, manufacturing of bath and body products, festival and event management and more. ElixWare presented with a need for a lightweight, scalable bootstrap-based site that was attractive and as customizable as they are. Main Street Faces did all of the work on the site and designed the icons, logos, busines cards, banners, ads, and more.Close Project
Leyendas de Mexico is a fast-growing restaurant located in Northern New Jersey. They came to us needing a website that not only showcased their delicious food, but allowed visitors to take in the extensive art gallery and Mexican history presented in the establishment. Despite a 4.5 star rating on Yelp the restaurant had no English-language presence anywhere on the web. We turned around an attractive site optimized for mobile use that is also very desktop-friendly. We took their current English-language website, translated it into Spanish, and gave them a completely bilingual site which allows them to change their menu items, add or remove specials, advertise events and more.Close Project
Vintage Car Radio came to us with a really attractive desktop-only website. The store had hundreds of items, and needed to expand to thousands, but wasn't able to using the 7-year-old software they had. We first shored up the software they were using to allow them to quickly and affordably add thousands of items to their inventory in their store, in eBay, and on Amazon. The next step was to convert them to a state-of-the-art mobile-aware platform that was easy to navigate and had a much simpler checkout process allowing them to convert more visitors to customers.Close Project
Established in 1969, Baldwin Pizza is a staple of Parsippany, NJ. They’re popular with residents, local business, the church across the street and even the high school students down the road. They came to us several years ago for their very first website. Late last year, after redoing their menus, they asked us to create a website that would allow their many customers to navigate the over 200 items on their menu, and to make their menu search engine friendly. We crafted a mobile friendly website with easy to use menu categories that exceeded their goals. This summer we will be establishing their social media presence in preparation of their upcoming 50th anniversaryClose Project
Aardvark Radio Network is a growing internet radio station. They came to us needing to reshape their web presence and their visitor experience. Not only did they need a website that presented their growing number of sponsors, but it needed to allow visitors to listen to their live stream directly from their website. We designed a solution that supported multiple ad sizes, ad rotation and live streaming from the home page as well as the ability to request songs and navigate to additional pages without interrupting the live music stream. Their new concert page helped secure their deal for ticket giveaways with Verizon Arena. Their backend allows them to view playlist history and ad views and click-thrus.Close Project
We took on the web and marketing work for Phoenix Cruiser after the stock market crash of 2008. It was a time of turmoil for RV manufacturers and Phoenix was looking to start selling Factory Direct. Their problem was reaching their audience. They were paying over $3000/month for AdWords for over a year and getting almost no sales. Their organic (unpaid) visits were just 78 per month. Main Street Faces went to work updating the website, making it SEO-friendly, and weaning them off of paid adwords. By the end of six months, they had stopped paying for any clicks or search engine ads and were getting almost 500 visitors per month. We worked with the company to add a forum, and later a custom pricing calculator. We designed ads used in print magazines and banners used in shows and created an "Adventure Anywhere" campaign that hit their industry in a powerful way and changed the direction of print ads not only for them, but for their competitors as they tried to latch on to the Adventure Anywhere movement. Within a few years Phoenix was getting thousands of visits each month. Not one click was being paid for anywhere on the internet. Visitors were coming and they were staying, conversations were being had in the forum. Owners became ambassadors and repeat customers. We found a way to turn attractive ads into word-of-mouth, and word-of-mouth into clients. By the time the business was sold in 2017, we were comfortable knowing that we had played a big part in helping to save Phoenix during the darkest hours of their industry, and that it was on solid footing to continue forward toward success.Close Project
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