I’m excited about my newest project: the Mayflower Construction website, www.mayflowerva.com. Based in Vienna, Virginia, Mayflower Construction is a residential remodeling firm that creates beautiful kitchens and bathrooms. They have a great team and do amazing work and I’m looking forward to helping them grow their online presence. I’ll be enhancing SEO and creating fresh … Read moreWelcome New Client, Mayflower Construction
As a small business owner, increasing your web presence and finding new customers are top priorities. Local business listings are a key component; especially if you operate a service business in a competitive region. If you have put serious time and effort into creating the perfect website for your business, you know that the … Read moreHow to Claim Your Business Listing on Google
Your website represents you and your amazing business. It should clearly communicate your vision to your fellow humans. If it’s not, you need to change it. You can focus on SEO all day, but driving traffic to an unprofessional looking website is counterproductive. I totally understand the sense of pride and accomplishment when someone beams, … Read moreIs Your Website Costing You Customers?
I took a small step into the blockchain world yesterday. I set up my cryptocurrency wallet and made my first Bitcoin exchange at an ATM. I have to say, it feels strangely liberating. Like I’ve entered into fresh, unfettered territory. I’m excited to be a part of a growing alternative currency community. I’m looking forward … Read moreNew Kid on the Blockchain
My latest website project, Sardis Presbyterian Church (Sardis PCA), went live today. Working with the pastor of this small church in Sardis, Mississippi has been fun. The goal was to build a modern web presence that would attract new members. All of the pages are not finished yet, but they wanted it live, so it’s … Read moreSardis Presbyterian Church Website is Live
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