I work with a variety of small businesses and non-profits. They use their websites to explain what they do, highlight their expertise, tell their story, and show what words cannot.
Some accept payments online. Others gather information from their customers that will grow their business. All are building relationships and making it easier to do business – for both themselves and their customers.
Click on the images below to visit these sites and get a sense of how others are using their websites to promote their organization and grow their market.
The resurrection of the Breckenridge Airshow was a big deal for my hometown of Breckenridge, Texas! I worked with the Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce on the web pages for the 2017 Airshow which were included as part of the Chamber website. For the 2018 Airshow, we set up a standalone site for everything related to the Airshow. What an exciting annual event for Breckenridge and the vintage aviation community!
Bertie & Olif had an incomplete website which needed to be finished out so they could start selling online. Now their website shows off not only their physical store with top clothing brands, jewelry, unique home and gift items, and full-service salon, but also their online store so customers can shop from anywhere, anytime!
The Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce already had a website but needed a new page created for the re-introduction of the Breckenridge Airshow, an exciting community event being “resurrected” for the first time in many years. The web page is being used to generate buzz, sell t-shirts and tickets, highlight performers, and promote sponsors.
The Picketville Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas needed a website to sell raffle tickets online for a one-of-a-kind quilt made by Amelia Perry, mother of former Texas Governor Rick Perry. They also use their website to highlight their club history, activities, and Children of the Republic of Texas group.
The Vintage Butterfly is a brick-and-mortar store that specializes in refinished furniture, home decor, and gift store items. They also offer design services, Pinterest Parties, and rent out their Party Room. They use their website as an online portfolio of their work (great idea!) and to accept Pinterest Party reservations and Party Room deposits online.
The Stephens County Animal Welfare center is a no-kill shelter in Breckenridge, TX. They use their website to highlight pet adoptions, take online adoption applications, accept donations, and more.
Photo Book Designs offers a variety of customized keepsake items specializing in photo books. They use their website to provide ideas, receive custom order details, and highlight new items.
Dr. Sandra Hazelip is a physician, missionary, speaker, and author. She uses her website to sell her books online.
The Homestead House offers country accommodations and hunting. Their website not only highlights the property but also allows owners to accept online reservations.