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Western web design by Lee Raine - living the dreamWe design and host web sites, specializing in western related sites.  We understand horses, ranches, and western lifestyle.  Rates are variable, depending on the amount of time the site takes to structure, and the type of information or the business you want to do with the site.  We offer very reasonable packages for hosting services on a state-of-the-art server.  Or we can use the hosting service of your choice. 
A major part of any site is web site promotion. Publicizing your website is critical, and we can help you bring traffic to your door.  We customize every service to your needs.  All you need to have is an idea.  You may input pictures, text, and design expertise, or we are happy to do all that for you.  Most people who want a web site and do not want to do the work themselves, want someone to simply take the idea and make it reality.  That is what we do best.  We can register your own domain for you with custom e-mail, design the site and have you on the web.  We can transfer existing domains and remake your site.  No matter where you live, in this electronic age we can do your work through e-mail, telephone, and the postal service.  We will be happy to furnish western references. 

For those of you on a limited budget, we offer pages resident in this site, referred to by your own domain name.  This is a quick and easy way to break in to the cyber world for less than most print ads.

We also do site update and maintenance.  If you already have a site that needs an update, a face-lift, or periodic changes of prices or pictures we are happy to do that type of work by the hourly rate.

E-mail us with your questions or comments.  We look forward to serving you. 
                                                   Lee Raine

Articles on web site design by Lee Raine here are some helpful articles for people interested in having or maintaining a web site, written in layman's language.  A version of these articles has appeared in Lee's Industry on Line Column in Equestrian Retailer Magazine.
  1. Do You Need a Web Site?
  2. What to Expect from your Web Developer
  3. Help Customers Find Your Web Site
  4. Successful Web Site Copy
  5. Web Site Content is important
  6. Keywords
  7. Web Site Check-up
  8. Roadblocks to Success
  9. Domain Name Dos and Don'ts
  10. Improve your Web Site
  11. Time to Tune up Your Web Site?
  12. Protecting Personal Information
  13. Primary Steps in E-Commerce
  14. Ecommerce for Small Businesses
  15. Internet Pests - Spam and Viruses
  16. Promote Your Web Site
  17. Web site statistics
  18. Digital Camera Primer
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