Blogs containing the tag 'Websites'
At Digital Solutions we are the Website Professionals. The following blogs can help you understand websites and how you should use your website to succeed online.
Hunting Widows are women frequently left behind by husbands who spend countless hours hunting. And these wives love every minute of it!
Trophy Wives are "huntresses" who are equal to the challenge of hunting game during hunting season.
We took the content from their old website, modified it for SEO and built this Las Cruces firm a new responsive website. Simply put, responsive websites are mobile friendly. Their underlying structure responds to the size of the browser being used. So if you are using a tablet, phone, or just a down sized browser on your PC, the website responds and becomes more user friendly.
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We are very proud to be involved in planning the organization and development of this website. They're the only certified Angelina Ballerina institution in Las Cruces and their website has a really cute video about the certification.
In addition to music and dance classes, The Academy of Music and Dance has a great performing arts preschool called ABC Academy Preschool.
We've noticed that a lot of special events choose to go with free or cheap websites to promote their event. As an organization committed to helping organize the web, we wish we could do more to explain the importance of a professional website.
That's why we were excited when First Presbyterian Chuch came to us to help them promote their Renewal 4 Women event in Las Cruces.
If you're looking for an inspirational event, Renewal 4 Women may be just what the doctor ordered. It features local musicians along with the inspirational renewing of your mind.
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A few weeks back we heard the news that Stahmanns closed their candy store. We were pretty disappointed that we have to find a new place for our Thanksgiving Pecan Pie, but everyone should know that this great Southern New Mexico business isn't going away.
Our most recent website www.stahmannpecan.com went live earlier this week. The estate that has been growing pecans in the Mesilla Valley since the 1930s is still growing strong and plans to be here for generations to come. While they have shut down their candy operations, they're still one of the largest pecan growers ... Continue Reading