New Bay Area Website Design

Building a New Website? Here’s Where to Start

If you are thinking about building a new website for your business, start with domain names and hosting services. In our previous blog, we gave the small business person tips on how to use social media profiles to get a fast start on building an internet presence. Most businesses, however, quickly move up the digital […]

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KO Websites Launches Two New Industrial Websites This Week

AVAR Construction, Inc. of Fremont and Picon FRP of San Pablo have launched their new websites. Each company has over 30 years of experience in their respective fields, offering the highest levels of service and products to their customers. They turned to KO Websites, Inc., to build new responsive WordPress websites.

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San Jose web design company

Web design & SEO San Jose & Silicon Valley Welcome to KO Websites KO Websites designs, develops and markets websites that work for San Jose and South Bay, Silicon Valley business. With over 200 websites launched and over 15+ years, KO Websites has the web design and development experience you need. KO Websites has the […]

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KO Launches new WordPress Websites

KO launches new WordPress websites for SIMMS INK, a Hayward, CA tattoo shop. Simms Ink put KO Websites to the test with this web design project. A complex design we would have just two years ago, used Flash for the coding. But with the impending HTML5 on the horizon, we chose to build it with […]

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Oakland Web Design Company

Best web designs from a leading Oakland, Bay Area web design & SEO company!  Welcome to KO Websites, Inc. Founded by a 5th generation Oakland, Ca. native. KO Websites builds websites for Oakland small and large business that actually work, bringing in new clients and customers. With 300+ websites under our belt and over 15 years […]

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6.5 Million LinkedIn Passwords Leaked!

It has been reported that LinkedIn has been hacked today. According to the story on CNET, a person in a Russian Forum has claimed to have uploaded more than 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords. The claim has not been confirmed yet but there are twitter users claiming they’ve already found their passwords on the list.

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