October 23, 2019 – PORTLAND, Ore. – High-Proof Creative, an award-winning branding and marketing agency for the distilling industry, announces the launch of Small-Batch Maps, a web-based feature for mapping products while tracking user searches. The subscription-based website map for distilleries and beverage producers is compatible with WordPress, Squarespace, and any other website platform.
Small-Batch Maps is mobile-friendly and fully customizable to match any website’s branding on the front-end. As users click and search using the map, anonymized user activity is collected and sent to the subscriber via email.
“Small-Batch Maps was built specifically for distilleries and beverage brands in mind. It’s more than a map for your website. Small-Batch Maps shares data on user activity, which gives valuable insight on potential product demand,” says High-Proof Creative founder Karen Locke.
Beverage companies interested in licensing the map along with search reports for $70 per month can sign up at beveragemaps.com. Small-Batch Maps does not collect personal data on users; rather, it shares Top Products Searched, Top Locations Searched, and Top Stores Clicked.
About High-Proof Creative
High-Proof Creative is an award-winning, full-service marketing and branding agency for the craft beverage industry and provides services for companies nationally in a variety of areas including website development, design, marketing strategy, social media, content, SEO, and more. High-Proof Creative was awarded “Best Branding/Design Expert” from readers of Spirited magazine in 2019.
About Founder, Karen Locke
Karen founded High-Proof Creative in 2018 in Portland, Oregon. Locke is author of “High-Proof PDX: A Spirited Guide to Portland’s Craft Distilling Scene.” She has been a food and drink writer for nearly 10 years, and has worked in marketing and creative direction at agencies in Portland since 2011. She has been published by GQ magazine, Bon Appétit, Thrillist, Sip Northwest, and more. Locke joined the Women’s Distillery Guild as a board member in 2018, and currently serves on the board of the Portland Culinary Alliance.