Weblinx, Incorporated

Economic Development Web Design

Weblinx, Inc. specializes in web designs and marketing strategies for economic development corporations such as public and private partnerships and regional development authorities. We ensure that your image attracts more people to the solutions you provide.

Contact Weblinx today to discover how you can brand your organization with even more style and imagination. A branding specialist will gladly answer your questions and provide you with an estimate.

Economic Development Web Design Examples

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    Fort Monmouth, New Jersey

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    The Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (FMERA) was created to guide the investment, growth and integration of Fort Monmouth and the surrounding communities.

    Features: Web Design, Responsive Design, Wordpress CMS, HTML5

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    Oswego Economic Development

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    The Village’s population increased from 13,326 in calendar year 2000 to the 2010 Census amount of 30,355. Commercial growth has followed the increase in population and is providing retail shopping for Village residents as well as many non-residents.

    Features: Web Design

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    Yorkville Economic Development

    The Yorkville Economic Development Corporation is working with local business and industry to tend to their economic health, develop an adequate workforce, provide training options, and expand community development in Yorkville.

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    Montgomery, Illinois

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    Montgomery Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) is a non-profit organization funded by local businesses and taxing bodies, along with the Village of Montgomery.

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Economic Development Websites

These days, economic development projects are grown by savvy Internet marketing as much as they are tax incentives and prime locations. If you want to promote an area or initiative, you're going to have to do some of that work online.

Luckily, the creative team at Weblinx has lots of experience with these types of projects, and we are happy to share what we've learned with you. To give you just a quick glimpse into what matters most with your project, here are four things that go into a great economic development website:

#1: An Overview of the Big Picture

Before you jump into details of financing and availability, lay out your case for the project. Let entrepreneurs, investors, and elected officials get a glimpse of what you have in mind on your economic development website's home page. Once you have their interest, you can get into specifics.

#2: Info on Taxes and Zoning

Before deals can close and economic development projects can move forward, there has to be a clear understanding of the way taxes, zoning, and other issues will be handled. State the basics upfront, and invite interested parties to contact you for more information.

#3: Demographic Information

No matter what the purpose of your economic development project, the surrounding community - and its demographics - are likely to play a big role in the decision process. Outline any key stats in a place where they are easy to find on your website.

#4: Maps and Figures

Business deals and major investments often come down to the fine print. Round out your economic development website with details that spark interest and future conversations. Things like maps, photos, and financial figures are always a great start.

Do you need a digital marketing partner who understands the finer points of economic development websites? Call Weblinx today at 630-551-0334 x1 to learn more about how we can help.

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