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CommonPlaces Develops New Website for AdamCameRA

CommonPlaces Develops New Website for AdamCameRA

Hampstead, NH USA '- AdamCamera, which provides affordable camera rental packages to clients across eastern Massachusetts, recently approached CommonPlaces, Inc. to improve its online presence by improving the functionality of its website.

AdamCamera is a good friend to veteran or aspiring story-tellers and image makers in the greater Boston area. They offer online video camera and gear rental services for those looking to rent equipment as well as those who have equipment to rent. Their goal is to provide professional grade camera equipment to student and independent filmmakers in the New England Area. AdamCamera also provides an online film and video crew directory for the increasingly in-demand local community of visual artists. They also make manuals of their equipment available to online visitors.

This website allows AdamCamera to streamline the rental process, making a significant contribution to the workflow on films being made in New England. CommonPlaces delivered a site using Accrisoft Freedom, a content management system which makes it easy for AdamCamera to add new products anytime, or to change price rates. AdamCamera can also add video and media to its site without needing to worry about HTML, one of the great benefits of Accrisoft Freedom.

According to AdamCamera's Adam Finelli, "My experience working with Kendra and Amanda at CommonPlaces was encouraging, and the finished product of my site met my expectations. I look forward to introducing new production equipment available for rent and sale to student and independent filmmakers throughout eastern Massachusetts."

Kendra Bassi, Project Manager at CommonPlaces, shared her thoughts on working with AdamCamera. "Adam came to us looking to build his website, which is used to rent and sell production equipment on a flexible and easy to use content management system. It's been a pleasure to work with him on this endeavor and I look forward to watch his website and product offerings grow as he continues using the Accrisoft Freedom platform."

CommonPlaces is a digital agency specializing in web development, inbound marketing, and online strategy. They combine first-class products and services with a strategic planning experience and creative thinking to enhance their client's brand, capture and retain a customer base, and deliver the results clients like AdamCamera demand.

About CommonPlaces:

CommonPlaces was originally founded in 1998 to provide hosted, web-based solutions to over 250 colleges and universities. During that time, CommonPlaces also owned innovative sites such as SixDegrees.com (of which patents and technology sold as basis of LinkedIn.com in 2003), Teen.com, and MyBytes.com (an early precursor to sites like Facebook). In 2003, CommonPlaces re-emerged as a premier open-source development firm. Since then, CommonPlaces has helped establish and strengthen the Web presence of over 450 successful projects throughout the country. Today, CommonPlaces has evolved into an organization that combines its well-established experience in web and application development with the magic of inbound digital marketing to deliver unique solutions to businesses and organizations of all sizes.

You can learn more about CommonPlaces, Inc. at www.commonplaces.com

Please visit the new AdamCamera website at www.adamcamera.com

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