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Website Redesign: Seven Essential Pieces

April 5th, 2011 by InsideOut Solutions

Your website, built five years ago by a professional (or someone’s cousin for free), is showing its age. You’re embarrassed to send clients there. It has out-of-date information. And nobody can find it on Google. Perhaps you feel your website is fine because, hey, you fill your guest rooms each season, but you notice that… (Read More)

New Website Design for Westby House Inn and Restaurant

March 29th, 2011 by InsideOut Solutions

Recently launched is a new website design for innkeepers Mike and Marie Cimino, of Westby House Inn and Restaurant in Westby, Wisconsin. We designed a website for them in 2007, built in static html and css, and using InsideOut’s Web Tools, including Easy Edit, Photo Gallery, Gift Certificates, and Specials Editor tools. These tools allowed… (Read More)

Check out the new Grays Harbor Washington Tourism Website!

March 17th, 2011 by InsideOut Solutions

InsideOut Solutions is pleased to announce the launch of another website, Grays Harbor Washington has a new tourism website and blog. This new site helps to showcase the variety of attractions in and around Grays Harbor county. There are very few places in the world where you can stick your toe in the Pacific Ocean… (Read More)

InsideOut Solutions is pleased to announce the launch of a new website and blog for Hoyt House, an Amelia Island bed and breakfast inn in Fernandina Beach, Florida. This beautiful new website was designed and developed by InsideOut Solutions in WordPress and features the photography of Christian Gianelli. With the new WordPress platform, Hoyt House… (Read More)

Tourism Website for the Driftless Area of Wisconsin

June 10th, 2010 by InsideOut Solutions

We want to share the new website for Driftless Wisconsin tourism and travel information. This area, covering several counties in southwest Wisconsin, is named for it’s terrain left untouched by continental glaciers. The term “drift” refers to the rock, clay, and silt material that left behind by continental glaciers. Driftless is known for it’s peculiar… (Read More)

Bright Morning Inn’s new web site makes traffic soar

February 7th, 2010 by InsideOut Solutions

What a difference a new website makes.  We recently launched a new website for the Bright Morning Inn of Davis West Virginia.  Susan has been a long time client of InsideOut Solutions and took the plunge this year to develop a new site.

New Web Site for Richmond Bed and Breakfast

July 15th, 2009 by InsideOut Solutions

The William Miller House is an elegant property in the historic Fan District of Richmond Virginia. A small Inn in Downtown Richmond Virginia, the innkeepers were looking to invest in a website that was going to be a great tool for them for years to come. With two guest rooms, they are extremely committed to… (Read More)

It’s Friday! Last Bed and Breakfast Website Redesign

June 12th, 2009 by InsideOut Solutions

It has been a fun and busy week here at InsideOut Solutions as we wrap up our week of five launches in five days. Homespun Country Inn is located is pastoral Nappanee Indiana. A diverse community that is known for automobile manufacturing (formerly Rvs, now flat-bed electric trucks) and, on the other end of the… (Read More)

New Tyler Texas Bed and Breakfast Website

June 9th, 2009 by InsideOut Solutions

The Rosevine Bed and Breakfast & Guest House web site has been a work in progress for many months now. Our lead designer Beth Logan worked with Innkeepers Rebecca and Burt Powell to maintain some of the stylistic attributes of the original site while creating something completely new. As we remind innkeepers over and over… (Read More)

New Case Studies

October 27th, 2008 by InsideOut Solutions

Check out three new case studies on the InsideOut Web site! Okay, we’re not talking Freud here people – but these case studies might give you an idea or two about making your dreams a design reality! We like to post case studies so that folks get an in-depth take on how we go about… (Read More)