March 30 is upon us, so if you haven’t already updated your business’ or organization’s Facebook page to the new timeline style, make sure you do it today. Facebook posted their final reminder just yesterday:
Thinking of taking the ferry to/from Vermont and New York this summer? Check out Ferries.com now to view the newly designed website we just launched for them. Whether you’re looking for information on the Burlington-Port Kent crossing, the Grand Isle-Plattsburgh crossing, or the Charlotte-Essex crossing, Ferries.com has all of the information you need on rates, schedules and more. If you’re with bus tour or planning a class trip, the website also has all the information you need to schedule your event.
So you’ve finally started to build an online presence for your business or organization. You’ve probably got a new website, a blog, Facebook and Twitter pages, and you may have even taken the next step and created your Google Places listing. But did you know that you may now be in violation of a major Google Places policy? Whether you’ve already claimed your listing or not, you need to know about this change to prevent your listing from being removed. Over the last several days, the SEO blogosphere has been buzzing about the following, unannounced addition to the Google Places Quality Guidelines.
Vermont Design Works is excited to announce the recent launch of a new website for Underhill, VT based Exemplars. Exemplars is the leader in providing teaching materials for standards-based assessment and instruction. Their differentiated mathematics assessments, inquiry based science materials, and writing development materials are now used by educators in all 50 states and in 27 countries around the world.
Vermont Design Works is proud to announce last weeks launch of a new website for Vermont Solar Water Heater supplier, Co-op Solar. Our long-time client,Energy Co-op of Vermont, launched its solar division as part of their ongoing effort to help Vermonters reduce their reliance on fossil fuels and begin to power their home appliances with efficient, renewable sources of energy.
Constant Contact has just announced the winners of their 2011 All Star Awards and we’re proud to say that Vermont Design Works made the cut. We’d like to thank our development team for all of the hard work they put in developing our clients’ newsletters and getting them out to our clients’ customers. And of course we’d like the thank Constant Contact for recognizing us with this award.