A Website Weekend Success Story

As we recently wrote in a newsletter, Mm’s New Year’s resolution is to help small businesses and non-profits establish stronger web presences.  In this spirit, we offer our “Website Weekend” class as a cost effective and fun way for organizations with lower budgets to get fancy new websites live – quickly and easily!

As a case in point, during our last Website Weekend, Aquarius Pool and Spa created a fabulous new website for their family owned business.  Aquarius is a successful outfit that has been serving Contra Costa County for over 40 years. They came to class with content, photos and ideas and came out with a beautiful new website.

Aquarius HomepageEach website that is created in this class is built in WordPress, which makes it very easy to create and maintain the website yourself.

With WordPress you also have lots of options to personalize your site. You can start off with a basic template and change the settings until they fit your requirements and specifications. For example, Aquarius wanted a photo slideshow on their homepage, and they found a template with a slick slider on it. They were also able to add a contact form, a location map (complete with directions), and newsletter signup form to their site.

Contact FormThe next scheduled Website Weekend class is January 26th and 27th. If you are interested in creating a new site and have questions, be sure to contact us for more details.

We are always so pleased to be affiliated with companies like Aquarius.  We know first hand the hard work that goes into running a business, creating a brand, and managing all of the moving parts. It is really nice for us to be able to say that we are a small part of helping great businesses create a web presence that is a more visible, more professional, and easy to maintain in the long run. Maybe we could help your company too?


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