how to master the 3 essential steps so you can book dreamy clients!
Hi, I'm Marisa, founder of Quill & Co. We work with doers and go-getters ready to do something truly ambitious so that they can stand out and find brand clarity.
If you’re thinking about investing in a Showit website template but aren’t sure if it will work for you and your industry. Well I’m here to show you that these templates can be repurposed for just about anything. These templates are meant to be repurposed for many different industries, specifically those of a creative origin, but don’t let that stop you from converting it into whatever you may need!
Allow me to show you how quickly and easily our templates can convert to any industry, by converting our Showit website template, Foal & Fig, to fit three unique industries….
Like right now…
Okay I got a bit ahead of myself,
Before we fully jump in, it is important to point out, with repurposing this template for three industries, the changes being made will be minimal to show the impact even the smallest changes can make. Not to mention reformatting things and investing more time into fully personalizing the templates as you may want to do.
For each industry showcase, I will be spending half an hour max to swap out images, change fonts, the color palette, and a bit of the copy. Again sticking to very minimal changes that will completely rework and individualize the site for the industry being showcased.
With that being said,
let’s get to it!
Each of our full templates comes with a blog set up using WordPress. Allowing any industry to write blogs regarding related content. But what industry better to take advantage of this asset other than a family travel blogger? Possibly even house some travel vlogs as well with the ability to embed video into the site.
One of my favorite clients to work with are interior designers, ever single one of their websites turns out looking absolutely stunning. They may have a bit of a foot up with knowing their way around a color palette, layout, and creating a welcoming space. But Showit makes it as easy as 1,2,3…4 as shown here.
I have yet to see a chef use one of our template, but after this little experiment, I’m OBSESSED. Even some of the most unexpected industries deserve a space of their own to show off their work. Services page used for catering, blogs to post latest recipes, about page to talk about the chef, a gallery to show off colorful dishes. I only built out the home page but I can already picture the entire site.
Don’t let these examples limit your view of what these templates can be used for. These templates are made to be versatile to as many industries as possible. Because this template is built as being a photography site, it presents itself as being limited as such.
But I like to think of these templates like physical spaces, the walls, fixtures, and appliances come built in, and the contents is simply staging the space to prove it’s potential. It’s your job to come in and make it your home. Sometimes that requires, swapping the light fixtures, adjusting the layout, or even knocking down a few walls. We make sure that you have all the tools you need to get the job done:
Weather you want a full template with all the bell and whistles, including:
Or you want a LITE template with just the basics:
We offer multiple template options for both! Check them out here:
If you’re not quite ready to commit to investing in a template just yet, consider checking out this case study of Emma K. Films. Or see how I was able to repurpose this template so quickly and easily by checking out this blog about how to edit a Showit template.