Florist 2.0 is designed by a professional SEO agency for the best performance in search and sales. Powerful and beautiful ecommerce backed by top-notch online marketing service.
Template websites are for average florists. Stand out from the pack with a site designed for you – with the same level of care you use when you design for your clients. Hybrid Designs are a customizable fit for smaller budgets.
Plays Well with Others
Your website is the face of your company, but the POS system is the heart. Fortunately, Florist 2.0 integrates nicely with systems from FTD, Teleflora, FloristWare, MAS, FAS, The Floral POS and more.
No Per-Order Fee
You work hard for your orders! Why should you give up your hard-earned profits to your web company? Some take as much as $4 per order, others up to 20%. Keep your profits in your pocket with our flat rate service plans.
Built By Florists
Florist 2.0 is built by a 5th generation florist, and improved year after year through the input of the members of the Florist 2.0 family. Join us if you want to work with a web company that listens to you.
Need more pages? No problem. Galleries? We have lots of options. Images? Video? Audio? Easy-peasy! Want to build some custom forms for brides and events? We’ve got those too. And all in a lovely user-friendly visual editing interface.
Custom-Built For Florists
We’re not selling iPod and Nikes, we are selling custom-made gifts that need to be delivered at the right time. Off the shelf ecommerce solutions don’t fit – so don’t limit yourself with a website built for traditional retail.
Built By SEOs
Strider has been helping small business clients with internet marketing for over 20 years. It’s like having an elite architect build your store – don’t settle for less than professional service and marketing tools.
More and more customers are using mobile devices, so your website needs to be mobile friendly. We’ve been building mobile sites with Responsive Design since 2011. That’s 3 years before any other florist sites.
Includes Images from uBloom
Florist 2.0 websites support all kinds of products! Wire service images, 3rd party catalogues, and – of course! – your own images. To help you out we include some stunning arrangements created by J Schwanke of uBloom.
Already have a website you love? Let us help by bringing more traffic your way. The Florist 2.0 team are experts in various forms of online marketing, including SEO, PPC, Social Media, and Email Marketing. Strider is even a Google Partner agency!
Chic Prom Flower Ideas
by theRKF on April 13, 2018 at 10:38 pm
Spring means prom season, and that means you may be finding the perfect outfit for the occasion or you’re helping your teen search for a prom look that will be the life of the party. Flowers have long been a part of prom as well, but several young people are opting for more modern versions... Post from: Florist 2.0 SEO Blog by Florist 2.0 Chic Prom Flower Ideas […]
The Magic of ‘Untouchable’ Days
by Katie Hendrick on March 30, 2018 at 3:34 pm
Scrolling through my LinkedIn newsfeed, I saw a post titled, “Why You Need an Untouchable Day Every Week.” Sensing it contained advice on work-life balance, I clicked. (For the past two or three years, I’ve found myself working more and more weekends and letting once important things in my life — tennis, friends, etc. —... Post from: Florist 2.0 SEO Blog by Florist 2.0 The Magic of ‘Untouchable’ Days […]
Neville MacKay Wants YOU (To Share Your Stories)
by Katie Hendrick on March 23, 2018 at 6:43 pm
If there’s one thing Neville MacKay, CAFA, PFCI, loves, it’s storytelling. (Well, and flowers, obviously.) The longtime author of Canadian Florist’s “Neville on the Level” column is wrapping up his first book, a compilation of his greatest hits from the magazine, and already working on another. For his second book, the owner of My Mother’s... Post from: Florist 2.0 SEO Blog by Florist 2.0 Neville MacKay Wants YOU (To Share Your Stories) […]
What FTD’s Valentine’s Trouble Reveals About The Floral Industry
by theRKF on March 16, 2018 at 3:02 pm
Earlier this week, our friends at Bloomerang outlined the devastating effects of FTD Inc.'s Valentine's 2018 market campaigns. This approach lead to a Valentine's holiday that underperformed their expectations by as much as $20 million. The company is considering $50 million in credit support from their largest shareholder, Liberty Interactive Corp. But this article isn't about FTD. At least, not directly. You see, this latest incident with FTD is not a new problem, but is actually symptomatic of a much larger problem in our industry. It's a problem that is perpetuated much more frequently by retail florists than the various conglomerations of online and order gathering outfits. Post from: Florist 2.0 SEO Blog by Florist 2.0 What FTD’s Valentine’s Trouble Reveals About The Floral Industry […]
Michigan Floral Association Recognizes Freeman and Anderson
by Katie Hendrick on March 9, 2018 at 1:33 pm
Last weekend, the Michigan Floral Association awarded two individuals very near and dear to the Florist 2.0 community. Mark Anderson, the founder of FloristWare, received the National Service Award, which recognizes a person or company who “is active and connected behind the scenes in the floral industry, works tirelessly for their customers, and is generous... Post from: Florist 2.0 SEO Blog by Florist 2.0 Michigan Floral Association Recognizes Freeman and Anderson […]