Naomi Koller provides career counseling to early career and transitional career professionals. I’ve been working with Naomi since 2014, and she is personable, knowledgeable and the consummate professional. Naomi had a simple two-page website originally. The new website was designed to guide the user to the services they need in an easy to use manner. […]
I had the pleasure to work with Don MacFarland and George Grieve of CastleBay Companies on their new website, along with Jen Overhulse from St. Nick Media, who introduced us. CastleBay recently launched CastleBay Infotech and CB Technology Services to complement their original CastleBay Consulting organization. Their services have expanded significantly over the years. The […]
Howard’s Creek is my third client in Kentucky and she’s as great as the other two! Kathy Gorman Archer, founder of Howard’s Creek in 1979, has maintained her own website for years on storesonlinepro. Kathy wanted to pass the baton so she can spend more time on growing the business and less time on maintaining […]
Current client, David Sponcil, of Browning’s Country Ham, recently partnered with Uncle Leroy’s General Store in Dry Ridge. Soon after the store’s grand opening, they started serving lunch and dinner at the store. David needed a website launched quickly with hours, photos, and general information about the BBQ side of the operation so I built […]
Fine Line Accelerator, run by Debra Fine, provides Strategic Planning, Building Business Plans, Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Branding, Growth Paths, Funding Decks, Sales Presentations, and Introductions for Funding. Debra wanted a professional looking site to attract customers who need help accelerating their business or their brand. I worked closely with Karla iLarde, EVP of Fine […]
Greenwich Yacht Tours is a private yacht charter service based in Greenwich, Connecticut. The website features a photo gallery, contact form and information about the company. The next phase is to implement strong SEO to drive customers to this site over the local competition.