BUFFALO NIAGARA PARTNERSHIP LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITES | Business
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership launched their new website www.thepartnership.org with 360 Professional Services Group.
Headquartered in Buffalo, NY, the Buffalo Niagara Partnership is an employer-funded economic development organization and regional chamber of commerce. The Partnership provides business development tools, such as expert forums, networking events, and on-staff experts to help area employers become more successful, as well as advocates for employer-friendly action at all levels of government to increase private investment and jobs.
In need of a website to promote their organization's mission, 360 PSG's graphic design team provided The Partnership with a custom, responsive website design that enables members, and non-members alike, to easily access the wealth of information The Partnership has to offer. Features of the site include a searchable, online business directory, an online event calendar and registration, and one-click newsletter sign-up.
The Partnership's website operates on the Fission Web System, which contains built-in search engine optimization tools that have the potential to increase search engine ranking and improve visibility online.
With the Fission Content Management System (CMS) The Partnership has the ability to create, edit, and update an unlimited number of content pages from any computer with internet access at any time.
Additionally, The Partnership chose to upgrade their SEO package to include advanced analytics and additional reporting regarding the site's traffic and search engine ranking.
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership's new site is hosted on 360 PSG's secure servers at their business class datacenter in downtown Buffalo, NY.
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