Other Web Wisconsin Services


Website Development

Custom content management websites.

Our typical client is a small business, club or charitable organization.  We strongly believe that small businesses and charitable organizations need a website at a reasonable cost.


Information Architecture Planning

Web Wisconsin will help you create the outline and structure for your website. This will give website development bids a common foundation.


Phased Website Development

We will help you develop a plan to create your website in phases.  This is perfect for a new organization that but anticipates future growth.


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Search Engine Optimization (SEO)


Unless you only want to refer people to your website for information, you want people to be able to find your website on one of the first 4 pages of the Search Engines.

Google, Yahoo, and Bing are currently the leading search engines (and Yahoo uses Bing).  Bing and Google use different methods to determine search rankings. Search engines constantly change what behaviors put websites higher on the list and what behaviors move a website down the list but the all agree that the best way to make a site naturally search-engine friendly is to provide good content that allows search engines to easily understand the website's objectives and purpose.

Adding a blog to your site along with social links from Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Twitter may help you get more people (traffic) to visit your website. However, you must have the ongoing time to devote to "building the buzz" through those methods for it to give you a significant payback.

Free, local listings through Google Places are a must for a organization with a physical business location.

SEO Best Practices from Web Wisconsin

  1. Each page will have a good title using identified phrases (keywords) that best describe your business/organization
  2. The website will have an accurate and complete site map registered with the search engines
  3. Content titles will use identified keyword phrases wherever it makes sense in defining the content
  4. Content will effectively describe your business and products
  5. Images and links will have descriptive alternate text
  6. Headings will use identified keyword phrases and correctly summarize the content
  7. Keyword phrases will be utilized throughout the website content where they fit within the natural content
  8. Internal links will be used where appropriate
  9. External links will be relevant to the content
Note: Web-Wisconsin cannot warrant or guarantee any specific position on any search engine. This document is updated as best practices for SEO are modified. (updated 2/13)