Sometimes a site has a singular purpose. Most often that is to get leads or to sell something. In the case of FormulaDiet.com – it is both. The clean look, minimum content, make it very clear what the desired action is. Click on the photo to go to the site.
Delivering an online training program? The initial collecting of names can be key. It needs be a clean site with clear direction for the potential customer. In the case of FireYourBoss.com, less is more! Click on the picture to see the site!
Sometime the project has very little to do with words. In the case of BigEpicFail.com it is pretty much just about pictures. Nice layout for sharing photos publicly. Click on the photo to go to the site.
Some sites make you just want to take a three-day weekend. 129Dragon.com is a project to promote the Blue Ridge Mountain area in North Carolina. Lots to do and it works out well for a tourism site to pay for itself (banners and advertisements). Click on image to see site.
Some sites are just fun. TheGriddleGirl.com project is still under development but has room for videos, articles, and advertisements (not to mention a great place to check out if you don’t know what to make for lunch!) Click on the image to view the site.
There were a couple goals for the Cigar Secrets project. Although the site was created as a blog (for ease of posting and getting up in the rankings) the main goal was sales. Revenue is derived from both Google Adsense and eBook sales. Click on the image to view the site.