New Start Up Recruitment Website for Consortium International

If anything can be described as our "bread and butter" services, then this is it; getting a new start up business online, quickly and professionally.

Just One Sample Needed!
Consortium International had already set their business up at the start of the year, specialising in tax recruitment services in the UK and the US, with offices in London, UK and also Los Angeles in the United States. Next, they needed a professional online presence. A quick search of the internet ended up on the main pages of the ZOD website and an initial enquiry was made in mid February with the website being launched just a few weeks later in early March 2015.

With a new recruitment business enquiry, we know what needs to happen and when it needs to happen, as we have done this so many times before. We literally take care of everything, leaving any new start up with other things to think about.

Consortium already had a logo that they had designed in-house, so after a quick consultation, we could quickly start work on the sample designs.

They also wanted to get their holding page online quickly, while the main website was being designed, so after the order had been placed, we reserved their domain name for them and set up a mailbox with 25GB of available storage space. We then set up their social media pages and added some branding to these pages. A holding page was then set up, along with some basic meta data for the purposes search engine indexing. Consortium International now existed!!

Their initial instructions were very clear and precise and with the colour of the logo already determined, just a single layout was designed and chosen very quickly.

The website is fully responsive, as are all of our new recruitment websites, and the website was built within a very short timeframe and uploaded for testing and review.

Content was added and reviewed and then the main meta data was added to the website, prior to being submitted to search engines and in particular, to Google and Bing via their authenticated XML website maps.

Following all of that activity, the website was announced to the world with a professionally written press release, which was also submitted to a  number of recruitment magazines and portals.

The most important thing to remember, however, is that, even though it is our bread and butter, we approach every single start up recruitment website project as if it were our own business! First impressions count!
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