We’ve been privileged to design and redesign several websites since Webster Digital Marketing, Inc. was founded in 2014. In addition to the Webster Digital Marketing website, here are some other websites we’ve created. All our websites are mobile responsive (so they look good on any size screen) and SEO friendly. See more about our website design services here.
The Art of Stasia Webster is a new venture of our owner, Anastasia Webster. Here you can find galleries of her artwork and also order her artwork. We wrote all the content and designed the entire website.
Excel Leadership Solutions is a unique website built with specific requests and directions from it's founder, Deborah Schroeder-Saulnier. We wrote all the content, transferred articles written by Deborah and designed the entire website.
Missouri Foundation & Foam is an established foundation repair and maintenance company that needed a website designed to feature their products and partnership with Dry Basements. We wrote all the content and designed the entire website for them.
Gordian's previous website had very little information about their services. The goal of this website was to not only design a more modern site, but also increase their content. WDM wrote all their new copy in addition to designing a new site.
This donut company had two different locations with separate websites. The goal was to create one website for both locations, while still providing a distinct understanding for customers which locations was which.
Author Lamar Owens wanted a website to showcase his books and give visitors more insight about himself. After spending decades working in the casino gaming industry, he writes mostly about his experiences.
Not only did we redesign the website for Michigan Smarthome, we also wrote all the content for the new site! Working from marketing materials for the products they sell, we were able to create a variety of pages of content for them.
This interior design firm wanted a website to match the aesthetics of the company. We created a responsive design that works on all devices and included elements such as a portfolio and expanded their content to flow nicely for a better user experience.
LibertyCon is a non-profit Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention in Chattanooga, TN. This very complex website was updated to give a better and more attractive user experience. We also thought it would be fun to add a countdown timer until the convention to add a sense of excitement to the site.
This insurance company started blogging and doing internet marketing through email, social media, and SEO and needed a new website to make the best use of those marketing efforts. In addition, they have a newsletter signup form that puts new subscribers right into Constant Contact for them.
The website for Cinderella's didn't accurately reflect their current product line any more. We were able to create a site with several image galleries to give visitors a better idea of the dresses they would find in the store.
Houston Remodeling Services had a website that was only one page. It didn’t have very much information about the services they offer and it wasn’t ranking very well on search engines. As part of an overall marketing program, we provided a website redesign, including writing all the content for the new site.
An experienced family lawyer in Omaha, David Riley had never had a website that he really liked. The sites he had in the past all had a lot of scales of justice and generic law images he didn’t feel represented his image. We worked with him to create a site to represent his take on family law. We even designed his logo!
Big Red’s had a website that could not be updated easily by the owner or any of his employees. Our new website made updating easier, along with allowing him to track conversions from Google AdWords.
For Nebraska Yard Care, we created a website that is not only suited to blogging but allows them to show a portfolio of their work. This website is very simple, but it is also effective, marketing friendly, search-engine friendly, mobile friendly, and user friendly.