Web Kings

One of my biggest projects of 2009, the redesign and launch of the Alaska tourism Web site GoldbeltTours.com, went live in late October. Last spring I worked with Goldbelt Management Information Systems Administrator Reed Reynolds and managers of the Native corporation’s tourism companies (Mount Roberts Tramway, Goldbelt Hotel, Seadrome Marina) to rewrite and format copy for the 24-page site. Flyte New Media of Portland, Me., handled the technological, project manager and design aspects. Check out the Flyte Web site for all kinds of free information and advice on Web strategy and content, blogging, social media, Web marketing, search engine optimization (SEO) and more. They are smart, well-organized, and willing to pass on a lot of what they know.



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  1. Engaging site . . . makes me want to visit.

    Well-crafted landing page kicker: “We thank you for visiting Alaska, land of our grandfathers.”

    And a vivid reminder that this is an age of Projects Without Borders: Seattle to Portland to Juneau (2,800 miles, 4 times zones).

    Congrats on an impressive launch, Team Tlingit.

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