Why Choose Me for Your Web Site?

In today's world, if you don't have a website, your customers just won't find you. In fact, many people no longer keep a phone book (yellow pages) handy; instead, they just Google what they need on the Internet.

At the same token, you don't need a website with 1000 bells and whistles to get the job done. The primary goal of your website is to let people know who you are, what you do, and how to find out more. Think of it as a billboard along the interstate. Give your potential customers enough information to want to find out more. Then it is up to you to finish the sale.

With that in mind, I create simple, effective, yet inexpensive web billboards for small companies that know they need a web presence, but can't or don't want to spend $1000's of dollars to get it. Only one of the websites shown on the right cost more than $1000, and that's because it is the corporate website for my day job. All the others were done for much less, yet all have been very effective at connecting people to these businesses and services.

If you would like to find out more, please send me an email or give me a call and I will gladly talk to you about some options.


765.412.9452 (Cell)



Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Epic Bird Tours

Have you every wanted to travel to an exotic land, hike through the jungle, and spot/photograph rarely seen birds and other wildlife? If so, then you'd be interested in checking out one of my latest websites, Epicbird Tours. This company will take you on guided tours to seek out and find these rare birds. If you are ready for the adventure of your life, then visit their site today.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Marketing Mailers

If you ever need help with the design and production of a brochure, postcard, or other marketing colateral, then keep me in mind. I have designed numerous brochures and postcards for clients at a fraction of the cost that the big houses charge. My strength is putting together the pieces and conveying your message. Below are a few examples of material I prepared for FB Fogg.

Friday, March 7, 2008

Effective Websites: Keep it Simple!

What do you look for when you visit a website? Most of the time, people are looking for information. Product information, a price, a phone number, a location, or the answer to some problem. Waiting for a flash movie to finish playing or a zillion pictures to load can be very frustrating. Remember to keep it simple when you build your business website.

FB Fogg Postcards