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Two Lions Painting

Digital marketing for a Vancouver based residential and commercial painting company

364% increase in organic search traffic and 293% increase in website inquiries

Two Lions Painting is a Vancouver-based family owned business that specializes in both residential and commercial painting. They are so confident in their painting services, that they provide a guarantee on all workmanship.

The Challenge

Two Lions Painting asked Authentic Marketing Solutions to design a responsive website that would simultaneously reflect the high quality of his company’s work while attracting new leads and customers.

Two Lions wanted a website that encourages potential clients to request a quote by using the clear call to action buttons and conversion-ready landing pages. As well as informative custom content to help potential clients gain the insights they need to make an informed decision. Finally, a marketing-driven website that would be easy to maintain and is built to grow with the company.


We built a mobile-friendly WordPress website with an emphasis on modern design, usability, and search visibility. We integrated landing pages and content-driven inbound marketing campaigns to attract new leads and drive conversions.

The image-heavy website captures the Two Lions painting quality and highlights the core values and beliefs of the small, independently owned and operated business.


  • Create a modern search engine friendly site.
  • Attract new leads and drive conversions with website requests for quotes.


  • 364% increase in organic search traffic.
  • 293% increase in website inquiries.

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Initial Conversation

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Opportunity Analysis

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Deep-Dive Assessment

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