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Locust Fork Publishing is available to design your Web site for far less than the average retail Web design company.
We produce fast, tasteful Web sites and Weblogs for a fraction of the prices you may have been quoted by computer geeks in your area.
Our prices start at $300 plus the expense of buying a domain name, server set up fees and monthly server and maintenance fees
Plus, we know a lot more about writing, editing and how readers view Web sites than the average Web designer trained in computer programming, since we have real media experience as well as new media experience.
Contact Locust Fork Publishing editor and publisher Glynn Wilson today for a price quote on consulting in designing and maintaining your Web site or blog: E-mail Wilson at fast2write(at)charter(dot)net; or call the mobile office: (205) 960-3639.
For some samples of our recent work, check out some of our Web design clients and projects.
Of course one of the longest running Web publishing experiments online is still active. Southerner.Net has been up for about eight years now. We recently added a blog to the front of it and called it The Southerner Journal.
Professional photographer Kenny Walters needed a Web site to keep up with the demands of modern photo editors, most of whom would rather look at an e-mail proposal and a Web site portfolio before meeting a photographer in person and looking at a print version of the old fashioned "book." So we developed a site for him at www.kennywaltersphotography.com.
We also crashed the Erwin High School class of 1976 30-year reunion and created this memorial site for the event. And we put up another memorial Web page for the first annual PeeWee Howle Golf Tournament
We are now actively developing an innovative new Weblog out of Tuscalosa called RosenbushCafe.Com. Who would have thought a few years ago that new media organizations would not be named after cities, but inspired by old restaurants and even rivers?
It's a new world out there. If you need help getting in on the Web publishing revolution, give us a call. Maybe we can help.
In addition, all of our sites are housed on a fast, new Lenux server in Homewood, Alabama, where the wiring is all new thanks to the new SoHo mall built there recently.
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