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Linear Creative created a responsive website design for “Each Paver Remembers” campaign to help fund the expansion of the Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial, located in Downtown Cleveland. The memorial features dark granite pillars inscribed with the names of Northeast Ohio officers killed in the...

Selling real estate property in Downtown Cleveland is no easy task, especially when the homes are valued at around $500,000. By creating a website designed to act in concert with a paid online campaign, this lead generation tool is helping Zaremba Homes secure buyers for...

This fundraising landing page was created by Linear Creative for the International Culinary Arts and Sciences Institute (ICASI). ICASI trains men and women who are passionate about the culinary and pastry arts and prepares them for successful careers in the food service industry. Located in...

In the materials handling solutions category, David Round has been able to stay ahead of the competition by engineering customized hoists, winches, tractor drives, and other lifting products as opposed to only producing off-the-shelf units. Dedicated landing pages focused on the company’s “Product Out The...

As part of an online marketing strategy for a restaurant, Linear Creative designed this light-hearted landing page for Stancato’s Italian Restaurant’s “Get Sauced” campaign. The digital promotion allowed customers to print exclusive savings coupons by providing their email address on a lead capture page. The...

When it comes to online marketing for nonprofits, a little creativity can go a long way. This summer promotion based on the theme of a children’s lemonade stand encouraged everyone from kids to corporate donors to become involved in sharing some “lemonade love” with Providence...

Building a landing page for private schools is a great way to engage potential parents, taking them on a journey from search to lead conversion. For Columbia Academy, we developed a unique look for each of its school locations to increase enrollment. Using the right...