NORTH ANDOVER — John Guilfoil Public Relations LLC (JGPR) is proud to announce that the company has, in the past week, completed and launched three major, long-term website projects for municipal and corporate clients.
On Saturday, Aug. 21, JGPR launched its first whole-municipality website when the newly designed Nahant.org went live. The website is the product of a year of development and includes innovative features including an automated events calendar, a municipal documents repository and a residents’ resource page. It incorporates a clean design and simple navigation that gives residents, business owners and visitors to Nahant a modern website experience.
On Tuesday, Aug. 24, the newly designed KingPhilip.org went live in the evening hours. The two-school King Philip Regional School District had already been using a JGPR-designed news blog for nearly three years, and the new design will combine its need for timeless content, forms, course information and downloads with its desire to keep its member communities informed about the latest news and events. The site also features JGPR-produced welcome videos from the superintendent and both school principals.
Finally, on Wednesday the new design and web infrastructure for Littleton, Mass.-based Critical Knowledge Inc. launched, giving the Fire and EMS training organization not only a modern look and customer interface but an online course catalog and registration system and online classroom environment, enabling the company to conduct COVID-19 friendly online training classes for the first time.
Web design has been a heritage service of JGPR for nearly eight years, since the earliest days of the company. A mix of corporate and municipal clients have always filled the workload. From its first website for the former Plymouth Winery to its more than 100 police and fire websites, modern, clean, WordPress-based website design and hosting has enabled JGPR to deliver value and remove barriers between clients and the public. These websites have allowed JGPR clients to communicate more easily with their customers and constituency bases.
No job is too big or too small. Basic websites start at just $500, and JGPR provides the photography, videography, graphic/logo design and IT/hosting services, providing a true turn-key solutions for business owners, municipal managers and department heads to have peace of mind when it comes to their web presence.
All JGPR websites are developed in WordPress and can come with a variety of features including events calendars, news blogs, email subscription/notifications and automatic social media posting.
While JGPR has an unofficial motto that “Everyone does Everything” the company’s web division is led by a talented web developer and project manager, Kristen Potter, and WordPress Specialist Katelyn Goddard. The addition of website-specific talent has helped JGPR not only develop better and more complex websites but has also aided existing clients by giving them access to advanced technical and design support at all times.
About John Guilfoil Public Relations LLC:
Content, strategy, standards. With the philosophy that every police and fire department and government agency deserves effective communications and public relations on the same scale as major corporations, John Guilfoil Public Relations produces clear, concise written materials, communications strategy, website development, and crisis management services for our clients and responds to breaking news incidents for more than 300 police and fire departments, public schools, and municipal governments, and non-profits throughout New England and beyond. The company is based in Georgetown, Mass. and was founded by John Guilfoil, a former Boston Globe staff reporter who served as deputy press secretary for the late Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino. JGPR.net.