We created a multi-channel digital strategy to inform the design, build and content of the new website, and to use as a roadmap for marketing post launch.
We developed a content rich site and robust branding to stand up to competitors and position Newhay as an authority in hay for small pets, whilst communicating the values of a family-based farm.
We developed an SEO friendly site structure, identified content priorities and informational hierarchy for pages to inform design. We then created content to suit the design adopting SEO best practices.
Core category pages for small pets had to be competitive e.g. ‘hay for rabbits’. With just 3 products, we designed product lister pages to display much more on-page content, to be more ‘guide like’ to compete in organic search and tell a detailed story around the product benefits.
The blog focuses on ‘pet care’ guides for each small pet category and News from the farm. Publishing regular articles positions Newhay as a knowledge authority, as well as engaging with small pet owners and their needs. Social media and content is a key component in the strategy.
With small pet owners requiring feed regularly, we built in a flexible hay subscription model with multiple frequency of delivery options and discount incentives to encourage sign-up.
We developed paid advertising campaigns (Google Ads and Facebook Ads) to reach new audiences and drive traffic to the new site with outstanding results.
Our partnership also includes an important aspect of consultancy - we make recommendations for business development and growth across all channels from expansion of product ranges to PR campaigns and collaborations.
We have already seen some outstanding results since launch, and continue to drive brand awareness and uplift in ROI, driving D2C sales to the next level.