Blissful Web Ventures began in 2001 in the desert southwest of Phoenix, AZ, and then expanded with a move to the picturesque community of Gold Canyon, a suburb of Phoenix in 2005. As a small business,
we appreciate the needs of small businesses. Blissful Web Ventures began with website design, and got it's first client by building a site entirely on spec. With time came experience and the opportunities to build websites for a widely diverse group of clients and then expanded into the chance to design logos and other materials for our clients as well. In 2012 the business moved from the Southwest to the Pacific Northwest and the exciting city of Portland, OR.
different than other site builders in our comprehensive
approach to our customers. Building a website is
just one step in the process of creating a web presence
for your business. "You can have an exceptional
website, but if no one can find it, what good is it?"
says founder and owner, Christina Timberlake. "There
are many elements to creating success in an online environment."
We want our customers to have informative and exciting
websites, but first and foremost, we want them to be
effective. We understand that customer service is key
when working with small businesses. Each owner has their
own goals and ideas about what they want their site
to look like and what role their site will play in their
business' future. At this point in 2012, if a small
business hasn't established a web presence, it is usually
the result of a combination of two factors: cost and
uncertainty. Small business owners are particularly
thoughtful and often cautious. They aren't quick to
jump into things that feel overwhelming or that they
don't understand. That is where solid customer service
makes a real difference. It is important to take the
time and explain the process to them in a way that makes
sense, without the technical jargon."
And we tie it all together with graphics design and marketing tools that brand your business. It's important to have real consistency in your business's marketing approach. Your business cards should look like your pamphlets, which look like your website and your Facebook page. It's critical. Your business deserves to be recognized for its uniqueness.