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Your business, organization, or non- profit needs a web presence! One of the first places customers go to find what they are looking for is the internet. If people can't find your website, whose site will they find?
Let's face it, the internet has become an integral part of our economy. Without a web presence, a business may be considered "behind the times." Working with Webfoot Designs is easy, we just need an opportunity to prove it to you! We can get you website results that exceed your expectations for a fraction of the cost of those "Other Guys."
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We are a full service design studio specializing in print and online design, website design, flyers and business cards, logos and more. We can perfectly tailor a design that matches how your want to be recognized.
It's important that your website is coded the right way. We are well versed in many types of internet languages, styles, and standards. We know how to implement your project so that the best possible results are achieved.
Your website can only work for you if it can be found by potential customers. We know how to achieve organic search visibility. We always use industry best practice and white-hat techniques for making your site visible.
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Our competitors generally buy ready-made cookie-cutter templates and then modify them to their customers’ needs. We find this process to be less than desirable and we take a completely opposite approach.
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