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15 Sandvox sites tagged “blog”

Rasma's Bookshelf

Rasma's Bookshelf

“I wanted something clean and simple, that allowed me to use the signature photo of my old website, my bookshelf. Whereas my old site had hyperlinks on all the books and doodads in the photo, I looked for a design that would allow me to do this. Alas, that was not possible, but I was able to avoid...” — Rasma Haidri

New Media for Designers + Builders

New Media for Designers + Builders

“Like my other sites, Clean Sheets lets me do pretty much whatever I want on a site. It really is what the name implies.” — Steve Mouzon

The Lindsays

The Lindsays

“I used Imagine. Imagine it and make it possible! The banner suggests both travel and leisure as well as enjoyment in retirement (in the sunset of our lives).” — C. Lindsay

The USA Wine Blog

The USA Wine Blog

“Wine reviews Annual wine summaries Restaurant reviews Independent viewpoints” — John Holmes

松尾文夫「アメリカ・ウォッチ」

松尾文夫「アメリカ・ウォッチ」

“Mr. Fumio Matsuo's site [has been active] for about five years and although some site construction applications have been used, I think in the meantime that Sandvox [enabled a] the very good site to be made.” — Fukuo Kimura

Mary Johnson

Mary Johnson

“Oh - I did make a custom banner. That took me awhile, but, if I can do it, anyone can! I purchased an image from Shutterstock, then pulled it into Photoshop to resize it so it would fit the space the template gave me. That - getting it to fit - was the hardest part! But I've gotten compliments on...” — Mary Johnson

Thomas Michael Ahern

Thomas Michael Ahern

“As a photographer, I am always looking to refine my vision. The Sandvox B&W minimalist theme helps me carry that developed style from my photographs to how I showcase them and educate others. It's simple and refined, exactly what I need for directing my viewer's attention to the content on the...” — Thomas M. Ahern

Waves in the Desert

Waves in the Desert

“Since beginning my blog and website, several readers have suggested that I think about writing for a living. They like my style of writing and seem to relate to how I tell stories and my life experiences.” — Donald E. Kline

Our Home On The Interweb

Our Home On The Interweb

“I first developed my site while living in San Diego. The rest of my family lived back east and I wanted to be able to share photos etc... with them. This was prior to facebook/myspace.” — Ed Mencke

Jamarqui Rare Breeds

Jamarqui Rare Breeds

“I wanted something classy, sophisticated and smart, which the template I feel is, it enables the reader to see the content clearly.” — Alma Oakley-Abrahams

Twittens

Twittens

“The website, like the business is brand new - so the wild anecdotes of my success will have to wait a little while. There is little question that it has gotten quite a bit of traffic and attention, especially considering that as of this moment I'm still not actually offering anything for sale. That...” — Canucklehead

Goesta's Private Corner on the Web

Goesta's Private Corner on the Web

“During a period of fairly deep depression, I nevertheless had these moments of insight into what creativity means to me, and thanks to Sandvox I could just immediately write down these thoughts into my blog as they came. Having a frame for this, and imagining that I am talking to someone "out...” — Goesta Struve-Dencher

Scott Kuntzelman's personal website

Scott Kuntzelman's personal website

“I used the Code Injection feature to include javascript tracking code from Woopra. It was SUPER easy to do - much easier than I was expecting.” — Scott Kuntzelman

Canucklehead

Canucklehead

“My only real major find was the custom collection index - I was able to really get the site the way I wanted it then and got lots of positive feedback as a result.” — Canucklehead

Golden Flower Meditation

Golden Flower Meditation

“We used our Life Force Books site for a marketing test to see whether people would discover JJ Semple's second book, "The Backward-Flowing Method: The Secret of Life and Death." When he finished the book, we printed up some "Publisher's Bound Galleys." These look just like a real book, but are...” — JJ Semple