It wasn’t quite dog eat dog, but the votes are in and the Doggone Worst Website winner was decided by the voting public and Oak Meadows has won by a wet nose.
A worthy pack of nominations were submitted and sponsored by the Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce (SPACC) members.
A not-for-profit independent and assisted senior living residence, Oak Meadows (www.Oak-Meadows.org) dedicated to the well-being of their tenants, their families and their staff, will receive the grand prize a $10,000 value package full of treats such as web design and development, SEO and content review, remarketing and social media advice, graphics, and more.
The contest finalists – TSE Inc., a private, not-for-profit company that supports people with developmental and other intellectual disabilities, Saint Paul Police Foundation, a private, nonprofit, organization that supports the Saint Paul Police Department by providing funding that is not otherwise available, Buffalo Tap, a Savage, MN Bar & Grill specializing in Juicy Lucy’s, Wisconsin cheese curds and a great place to watch the game, and The Canada-Minnesota Business Council, a Minnesota-based volunteer organization established to support the commercial, economic, and cultural relationship between Minnesota and Canada will all receive 25 percent discounts on Brandography design and online marketing and advertising services. Additionally all of the nominated websites will receive a 10 percent discount.
No bones about it the Brandography team are wagging their tails ready to provide online marketing help and digital marketing expertise.
Don’t let your website go to the dogs either! As our Minneapolis web marketing agency updates and redesigns Oak Meadow’s site, we’ll update this blog, helping you avoid common digital marketing mistakes and pitfalls – demonstrating how to do online marketing for your own business.
No need to be dog tired of a low-functioning website – follow along here for useful information from the SPACC and Brandography about web optimization and design, and track Oak Meadow’s progression to a purebred website.