Minneapolis, MN (PressExposure) August 05, 2013 -- The Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce (SPACC) and Brandography, a full-service Internet marketing and web company, have just revealed the new website created for Oak Meadows, a not-for-profit senior living community in Oakdale, MN.
Oak Meadows, located online at http://www.oak-meadows.org, was the popular winner in the recent "Doggone Worst Website" contest, a digital makeover competition sponsored by the SPACC and Brandography. As the winner, the senior living provider received a $10,000 value design and marketing transformation by Brandography's team of online marketing specialists.
The SPACC co-hosted this competition in accordance with their greater mission to revitalize and support the Twin Cities business community. As the largest local chamber in Minnesota, the SPACC has a number of dynamic programs and networking opportunities for their 1,200+ members. Sponsoring the "Doggone Worst Website" contest allowed them to help the winner, a local non-profit, but also a larger audience of website owners through the blog series the SPACC is backing with Brandography. The blog, located at brandography.com/blog, has been using the Oak Meadows renovation to educate readers about ways to optimize their own web presence.
The latest post in the blog series links to the brand-new http://www.oak-meadows.org. With a completely renovated design and organizational system, content designed for online search engine marketing, a responsive site for mobile access, custom photography, a digital video tour and more, the finished product is a site with increased readability, visibility, and performance. "I can't think of anything I don't like about our new website," said Kim Prayfrock, the Director of Community Relations at Oak Meadows.
As promised, the makeover took the Brandography team only 45 days. The blog series they are co-hosting with the SPACC is available at brandography.com/blog, and it will continue to update with helpful information to assist readers with online marketing, ecommerce, design, and more.
For more information, contact SPACC YPro Committee Chairperson, Shelly Dailey, at email@example.com or 612-293-6767.
About the Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce:
The Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce is a vital, dynamic force serving the business community through the collective strength of its members. For more than 140 years, the Chamber has provided vibrant programs, powerful advocacy and results that foster member growth. With nearly 1,200 members, the SPACC is the largest local chamber in Minnesota. Contact the SPACC at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-223-5000.