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9 Sandvox sites tagged “marketing”

Midwest Elderberry Cooperative

Midwest Elderberry Cooperative

“Our website provides content relevant to our cooperative's members and those interested in our mission. We do so within a context of general information about the cultivation and health benefits of North American Elderberry (Sambucus canadensis). Our cooperative is made up of growers participating...” — Christopher J Patton

Unpretzel

Unpretzel

“I'm using the Earth & Sky theme customized a bit. I liked how the layout wasn't too wide, making reading easy. It was clean and uncluttered to me, plus very organized visually.” — Philip Riggs

HomeBusinessOwner

HomeBusinessOwner

“I'm making friends all over America and around the world. I even have friends in China, India, and Bangladesh now that I hope to continue long-term relationships with.” — Tom Crowe

www.cokepoe.com

“Farm and ranch property for sale, homes for sale, list of services I provide. To better inform the buying and selling public.” — Byron Poe

Stjerneparfumer.dk

Stjerneparfumer.dk

“Designet Aqua har jeg valgt da det giver et enkelt og rent udtryk der matcher godt med de produkter vi tilbyder.,” — Lars Hansen

New Times Home Biz

New Times Home Biz

“Sandvox allows easy change of site design, so after using Blueball Gravitas initially, I then moved to Simple Rabbit's Hydrogen (the paid version). I like the simplicity and clean lines. I have created my own header using a transparent image background. There's no PSD or GIMP or other complicated...” — Des Menz

Dean Zatkowsky

Dean Zatkowsky

“This is a bit embarrassing, but the photos I wanted to use featured people looking to the left. So I grabbed the first design with a sidebar on the left. Fortunately, it's a nice design.” — Dean Zatkowsky

3rd Mind Business Consulting

3rd Mind Business Consulting

“Das Design gefällt mir, weil es nicht so quietsch-bunt ist wie manch andere und am besten mit meinen Vorstellungen übereinstimmt, die ich von meiner eigenen Website habe. Einige Anpassungen werden noch folgen, wenn ich wieder Zeit dafür habe.” — Frank Giebel