IMC building Web sites locally

Interactive Media Consulting LLC, a local Web site development firm, announced it's offering low-cost Web site development and hosting package created specifically for small businesses and non-profits. By building the sites utilizing the popular WordPress open-source blogging technology as a foundation, IMC can create a new site within two weeks for $1000, including some custom graphics, domain registration, e-mail, and the first full year of hosting (a $250 value).

The Hungry Spot Cafe currently using this new product at www.hungryspotcafe.com.

Interactive Media Consulting will be on display at the Adirondack Business Show on Thursday, October 15. IMC will hold a drawing for one area organization to receive a free Web site by the end of October.

Some of the distinguishing features of the Interactive Quick Site package

-- Choice of using blog-style pages (inviting visitor dialogue), or static pages, or combining both options

-- Integration with Twitter/Facebook or other plug-ins such as event calendars, slide shows, maps, or surveys

-- Wide choice of templates for layout and navigation options

-- Theme color selection and logo integration

-- Ability to add photos and videos

-- Search engine submission

-- Content management system, including training and documentation to update
the site

Established in 1996, Interactive Media Consulting provides Web site development and hosting services, as well as general Internet training services. IMC's typical custom sites use a wide range of web technologies, from the Flash-enhanced Luther Forest Technology Campus site to the database-powered Scott Varley Group site to Captured Light Gift Photography, a consumer gift registry and e-commerce site.

IMC serves a variety of commercial clients in the greater Capital District, including Saratoga Economic Development Corporation; Albany College of Pharmacy; Anderson Instrument Company; Pfeil and Company; Siro's; and Sloppy Kisses Pet Boutique.


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