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Sugar Pop Nails is One SWEET Site!
Sugar Pop Nails is One SWEET Site!

Monica is a longtime client of ours. She has built a couple other websites with us for her esthetic businesses.   She said she wanted us to rebuild a site she made on  a different CMS, so she could have all her sites in one spot.

1 years ago
Tags: squarehookyour website made easymobile websiteCMSTwitter Bootstrapnail salonsmall businessSugar Pop Nails
Helping Out Small Businesses, One Site at a Time
Helping Out Small Businesses, One Site at a Time

When we hear that clients can’t edit their site because they have parted ways with previous developers, it breaks our hearts. When clients move on from said ‘cranky developers’ and the site becomes static, it is just a matter of time before we get a call. Holistic Elements was in a serious bind, with not only a static site they couldn’t edit, but the site wasn’t mobile friendly, and their hours and staff had changed a bit.

3 years ago
Tags: holistic elementssquarehookmobile websitetwitter boostrapsmall business
All Travel Companies Need a Mobile Website!
All Travel Companies Need a Mobile Website!

We were really excited to work with Brett and Mario on recreating a new, updated website for Mario’s Mexican Bass. They were looking to have a website that was editable and mobile friendly…. come on-they are appealing to the avid adventurer and traveler-they use their smartphones all the time!  We thought the  WHARTON THEME would be a great gender neutral option for them.

4 years ago
Tags: squarehookWharton Themewebsite customizationTwitter BootstrapCMSmexican bass fishingtravel adventure tripAnglers dreamSmall BusinessCoras Lodgemobile website
Is a Facebook Page Enough?
Is a Facebook Page Enough?

As a salesperson at a web design firm, I sometimes hear from people that I am talking to about creating a website that “we already have a Facebook page and that’s enough. ”  When I hear this I usually go and look at these FB pages and many times find that they are very well managed, lots of likes, and have great information and pictures.  These people have done a great job of creating an effective Facebook page and keeping it active, but is that really enough for your small business?  The short answer is “no”.

5 years ago
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