Client Profile – Sunset RV Resort

Posted by on Apr 6, 2016 in Client Profile

A Client Profile – Sunset RV Resort Beginning in 2003 James Kuykendall acquired land and built a little piece of Hill Country magic for those with Recreational Vehicles.  Providing full service spaces with hookups and amazing “Hill Country Views” this spot has been a top attraction for those traveling the country for more than a decade! James has entrusted Interfaith Networking for his web service needs since 2005 and has trusted my expertise and answers...

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A Picture is worth a thousand words?

Posted by on Apr 2, 2016 in Web Tips

People say pictures say a thousand words. Do you think they do?  You better believe it!   Putting together the right backgrounds and textures for your online presence can make all the difference. It’s critical for your clients to stay and look around and take action. If your site isn’t inviting they won’t stay long enough to make a purchase or get the information they need to make a decision and to choose your brand! That’s why you need to choose a...

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Client Profile – United Churches of Marshall

Posted by on Mar 30, 2016 in Client Profile

A Client Profile – United Churches of Marshall Food Pantry   For more than two decades the United Churches of Marshall has been serving the Food insecure in Harrison County.  By providing once monthly food assistance to families and individuals in Harrison County they have been helping bridge the gap in many family budgets!  This service has continued to grow and in the past 3 years the pantry has increased service 3 fold to needy families. With this growth comes...

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Client Profile – American Tiny House

Posted by on Mar 23, 2016 in Client Profile

American Tiny House – A Client Profile Founded in 2010 – American Tiny House was a passion for owner and founder Andy Pleban.  American Tiny House it really all began with a love for carpentry and a passion for unique, sustainable living for people. From their site My involvement in building and cabinetry goes way back to my childhood days. Designing and building cabinets, tables, and night...

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