Wehrli Construction, a Danville general contractor and custom home builder, needed a new site to properly present the high-end homes he has been building in upscale communities like Alamo, Clayton, Lafayette and Orinda. Walt Wehrli had built quite a reputation for the quality of his work. But, his old website did not reflect the aspirational presentation styles of the clients with whom he worked. He contacted KO Websites about WordPress website design options. Continue reading
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2017’s Top Web Design Trends
Is Your Website Ready For What 2017 Has to Offer?
Technology and web space is rapidly evolving every day. New technologies are on the horizon that will render more freedom while designing the interaction and interface of websites. 2017 is no different. This year, we will witness some entirely new website design patterns that can truly revolutionize your web space. In the following section, we have assembled some of these emergent patterns. Continue reading
Web Design for Non-Profits
Bay Area Web Designer Enhances Organization’s Websites
KO Websites, Inc., is pleased to announce it is the chosen vendor for website management services to Bay.org, Northern California’s largest watershed conservation group based in San Francisco.
KO Websites, Inc. Congratulates Pharma Choice Award Winner Patient Worthy™
Rare Disease Community Outreach Through Social Media Marketing
KO Websites, a San Francisco Bay Area based Web Design and Digital Marketing Agency, is thrilled to congratulate Patient Worthy™ for receiving the PM360 Pharma Choice Gold Award in the Digital – Consumer Website Category. In addition, Patient Worthy is one of three healthcare marketing brands featured on the cover of the magazine’s January 2016 issue.
“Watching Patient Worthy grow the number of disease states featured on their website and the level of social media engagement they’re at now is truly incredible,” said Ken O’Donnell, Founder and President of KO Websites. KO Websites was contracted to kickstart Patient Worthy’s online marketing campaign by executing their PPC, social media, SEO and website changes. In Dec, KO handed over the reins to Patient Worthy’s new in-house staff. O’Donnell continued, “We’re grateful that our digital marketing agency was able to partner with them right from the beginning of their endeavor and wish them nothing but the best as they continue to touch lives affected by rare diseases.”
About Patient Worthy™
Patient Worthy is an online publication that provides unceasing information to patients, caregivers and advocates of rare disease states. Patient Worthy delivers information, shares stories of those living with these disease states, and offers the latest news. Patient Worthy: Rare Patient News. Well Done™. For more information, please visit: http://www.patientworthy.com/.
About KO Websites, Inc.
KO Websites specializes in all areas of online marketing. KO Websites supports small and medium size companies by producing and managing all aspects of their digital marketing needs, including promoting their company and brand, improving their inbound lead generation, and managing their PPC advertisement. For more information, please visit: https://www.ko-websites.com/ or call us today at 510-276-9902.
Based in the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area, KO Websites and its sister company, SEO Pro, serves clients across the United States in various industries. Learn more about how we can help your company with your web design and social media marketing needs.
How Much is Too Much for a Website?
How much should a good website design cost?
Don’t ask the US Government!
What should you expect to pay for web design and development?
How much is too much to pay for a website? Does paying a lot for a website guarantee quality work? According to the results of HealthCare.gov, no is clearly the answer.
High prices usually indicate that you can expect a high quality product. But everyone is buzzing about the skyrocketing costs of the new Healthcare.gov website. Estimates of the cost of the new healthcare website range from $200 million to well over $500 million. Granted, the website technological infrastructure, interfaces and exchanges are complicated by having to connect to other older .Gov websites. This requirement was probably (we suspect) the ball and chain that’s stifling this project. While there is some disagreement on the final bill, it is clear that costs have soared over the initial $93.7 million cap. So the US Government just paid millions for HeathCare.gov – and it doesn’t work. How much should your company pay for a website and how do you avoid cost overruns like this? Continue reading