Hansen Web Design is proud to announce our latest client – Wisconsin River Outings (WRO). WRO is a canoe rental firm based in Boscobel, Wisconsin with a subsidiary location in Sauk City. They rent canoes and kayaks for the day or weekend for paddling adventures.
We will be designing a logo for them, then performing a complete redesign of their site; enhancing it to include a news blog, an interactive river map, better weather and river water level information, an improved look for their reservation system and more.
We’ve recently completed a remodeling effort at Hansen Web Design and welcome you to take a look around our new home. The new site offers a LOT more functionality and will feature our latest news along with articles on how you can improve the visibility of your web site, AND, we’ll show you some tricks of the trade along the way too! You can subscribe to our news and articles by subscribing to the entire site, or by subscribing to individual articles to receive comments.
The new site also has Facebook connectivity for our Facebook fans (perhaps you’ll become one of them?); a better portfolio that includes links to our most recent sites and a slideshow; a more detailed services page; a secure form on our Contact Us page; and even a way to directly “Schedule an Appointment” with us.
More on the “Big Red Tour” – here is a WONDERFUL introductory video that you HAVE to see
Adam Alexander and his wife developed this video and they did an amazing job – it is so VERY well done! We will be using it to help Adam market his U.S. Tour. Follow along with Adam and Big Red! Click on the link below to view…
Just added a new on-line advertisement, the second in a series, to our portfolio that we completed for Engraving Specialties, a brass plate manufacturer located in Verona, Wisconsin. The actual ad can be viewed at the A&E Product Connection site.
This is for you small business owners – Very often, a small business owner asks us how much a website will cost. It’s a funny question to be discussed in another article, but after a couple pointed questions, we provide a quote. Generally, his or her eyes get quite huge and they look like they’ve been kicked. Yeah, you can get an overseas chop-shop to throw your content in a template for you for $200. But let’s talk about what a website can do for your business, and what those goals are worth to you. Now decide if you want to hire someone who’s capable of achieving those goals.
The simplest and most obvious goal of any website is just to “get found.” People shouldn’t struggle to find you, and preferably, you should be easier to find than your competition. Not all web designers know how to build a website that will allow search engines like Google and Bing to find you, and usually it takes a specialist Internet Marketer to run monthly campaigns to keep you up in search results. These days, it’s all about content. We’ll write an article on that in the near future.