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No “Tough Cookies” for Local Business, Dotcomweavers

Sep 12, 2011
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Paramus, New Jersey, September 1, 2011 – Dotcomweavers, a leading web design and development company out of Paramus, New Jersey, launch Crazy Susan’s Cookies e-commerce website in preparation for the premiere season and early episodes of their Food Network Show, “Tough Cookies.”

In anticipation of a large amount of site traffic after the premiere, the producers of the show, Manhattan based Sharp entertainment contracted Dotcomweavers to redesign Crazy Susan’s existing website to be more efficient and easier to use, have a better online shopping experience and go-live in time for the early episodes of “Tough Cookies.” Forty percent of Dotcomweavers web projects involve ecommerce solutions and clients can normally expect 6-10 weeks for custom development.

“We were very excited when Sharp Entertainment, a high profile, New York production company chose us for this project; given the requirements, we were up for the challenge and knew we could build a very robust, customized e-commerce solution that would finish on-time and on-budget,” said Amit Bhaiya, Dotcomweavers Co -Founder and President.

Dotcomweavers launched a new and improved Crazy Susan’s website on July 22, 2011 just days after the premiere but ready for the second episode . The site was built using an open source, customized e-commerce platform and features an interactive cookie menu with pop-up descriptions, customer accounts to track orders, automated shipping process and a customized content management system that allows the admin to view orders and their status and view top selling and most viewed items. Visitors to the site can benefit from a fast, easy and secure checkout that is seamless to the Web 2.0 design.

“We are very happy with the new design and functionality of our website” commented Linda Brand, Crazy Susan’s Cookie Company Co-Owner and sister of the company namesake, Susan Adair. Linda goes on to mention through an e-mal correspondence that “ease of use for customers” is something that Dotcomweavers has specifically improved upon from their previous website design and credits Dotcomweavers for being very responsive to their needs.

“Tough Cookies” operates as Crazy Susan’s Cookie Company with a storefront location in Ocean City, New Jersey. Crazy Susan’s Cookies has been featured in various venues and has been seen on the Rachel Ray Show.

About Dotcomweavers: is a cutting edge web design and development company headquartered in Paramus, New Jersey. Dotcomweavers builds end to end web solutions using various open source platforms, proprietary solutions and customizable technologies. Founded in 2005, Dotcomweavers has become the leader in providing first to market innovative web solutions that are flexible and efficient.
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About Sharp Entertainment: is a Manhattan based television Production Company founded in 2003 by veteran TV producer, Matt Sharp. Sharp Entertainment has produced hundreds of successful shows for various television networks including the Travel Channel’s, MAN VS. FOOD, BERT THE CONQUERER, and TLC’S, EXTREME COUPONING. Sharp Entertainments employs over 100 employees and is considered the premiere production house for witty and exciting television.

About Crazy Susan’s Cookies: is a bakery specializing in elaborate, ingenious and great tasting cookies. Owners and sisters, Susan Adair and Linda Blank work together to manage and operate their business that mostly consist of family members. Susan opened her first storefront location in Ocean City, New Jersey.

Dotcomweavers are a team of professional web designers located in Paramus, New Jersey. We are committed to helping small and medium businesses find growth online. ASK DCW is your chance to ask questions, seek advice and get the knowledge you need to make your business successful in the online marketplace. Connect with us on Twitter (@dotcomweavers) or Facebook.

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