Tag: web design

I am very happy to announce that I have started work on a brand new web site for a new client. The client is a publishing company that specializes in curriculums for classical liberal arts education to be used for self-education and home-schooling.

I got bored of the old theme and decided to hack together a new look. Front and center, (well… Backgrounded and tiled) is the artwork of my friend Sarah Hultin. Sarah does larger format paintings that have a depth, both physically…

So let’s consider a hypothetical situation: Your small business has a website. One of the founding employees knew how to put together a website and set it up. Its got some decent networking features and quite a few of your regular customers have been promoting the site to their friends. In fact, it is becoming a key part of your marketing and customer retention plans. However, you just discovered this …Read the Rest

Why does this hidden solution work so well? Ironically, because it is utterly honest. Instead of using so called “Search Engine Optimization” (SEO) and trying to con the search engines with questionable methods (that can get your entire domain banned from search engines) I analyze your business’ strength’s, location, and customer base…

This north Idaho towing business didn’t need a web consultant and design teams, they need more customer phone calls. For $970 (US) including a full year of hosting, a domain name, processing dozens of old photos for web use, copywriting, etc., they are getting just that.

…these folks just wanted a simple setup for exercising their right to free speech. The total cost for setting up this site? $270 plus hosting. Sure, they could have used blogger, or some other “free hosting” for their blog but this client understood that “free” doesn’t really mean “free” at all, it actually means “trapped.” They decided to choose real liberty and have complete control over their domain, their software, their database and their copyrights.

One of the artists at the next client site called me the other day to thank me for more than $400 dollars in business that walked in his door from google searches in one single day. This $1,800 site has paid for itself multiple times in the past year…

Do you need foot traffic? Do you need calls for appointments? Do you run a hair salon? An ethnic restaurant? A local bakery? A brew pub? A hobby shop? A bicycle shop?, A coffee house? A second hand store? Are you a Chiropractor? Maybe you are an Herbalist? In short, for most any business that needs foot traffic — my method is exactly what you are looking for. So keep reading, you will be glad you did.