|Trillium Digital Internet Design and Strategy Launched|
|Written by Steve Snyder|
|Monday, 23 February 2009 18:35|
Weathersfield, VT, February 22, 2009 – Trillium Digital Internet Design & Strategy, a new, Vermont-based company offering website design, ecommerce implementation, blogging, online marketing, and public relations services, proudly announces the launch of their new website (www.trilliumdigital.com) and that they are now accepting new clients.
“Trillium Digital is dedicated to helping small to medium-sized companies achieve their online and ecommerce goals by being a fully involved, long-term partner,” explains Reid Greenberg, Trillium’s Head of Client Marketing and Ecommerce expert.
After 12 years designing websites solo for her company Barleywine Graphics, Chief Designer Melissa Snyder is "thrilled", she says, "to have new partners who can take my work to a higher level for my clients".
A New Type of Outsourcing
In addition to website development, Trillium Digital Internet Design & Strategy offers a full-service search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click management (PPC) and a public relations program that will eliminate the necessity to hire fulltime in-house employees to manage online marketing endeavors. This can help cut overhead costs for companies by using Trillium Digital as a “domestic outsourced marketing team.”
“In a world of increasingly tight budgets, Trillium can save a company thousands in taxes, insurance and other in-house employee expenses without sacrificing the accountability and attention to detail you demand,” says Trillium partner and PR expert, Stephen Snyder.
“More importantly, because Trillium is a relatively small start up firm, the company’s rates are extremely competitive and could potentially save 30-50% over what competitors charge,” Snyder says.
• Emphasizes usability, graphic design, ecommerce and search engine optimization as your website is created
• Remains an active, responsive, creative partner with their clients over the long term
• Offers built-in administration tools to give total control over creation of new pages, uploading images, categorization, blog posts, promotion strategies, title tags, search-friendly URLs and other search engine optimization tactics. (Their standard package includes full SEO services for a year.)
• Function as a company’s marketing, PR, SEO, and email marketing team
About the Trillium Team:
Reid has been working in the online world since 1998 and spent seven years in leadership, customer support and marketing roles at eBay and two years at Ibex Outdoor Clothing spearheading multichannel sales, ecommerce, online marketing, and social media optimization (SMO). He is a self-proclaimed “SEO Geek” and can frequently be found attending various SEO/SEM conferences across the country. Reid holds an MBA in eBusiness and is a sought-after guest speaker at various online and ecommerce events and trade shows. When offline, his time is spent with family, fly fishing with his daughter and son, and engaging in a variety of sports including adventure racing and Nordic skiing.
Melissa began her professional life as a television graphic designer in New York City in 1988 working with Viacom, Lifetime Television, Magno Video, Unitel Video, and Miramax Films. She designed her first website in 1997 and is skilled in using Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Flash, Photoshop, and the latest content management tools to create highly customized websitesto reflect her client's individual needs. Melissa is also the owner of Barleywine Graphics, a design firm specializing in establishing an online presence for nonprofits and artists.
Stephen has over 20 years of experience in information management, media relations, web content management, and freelance writing, including eight years at Dartmouth College and Dartmouth Medical School before joining USA Solar Stores LLC in 2004 as a communications consultant. He has published five books with Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins, and Gibbs Smith, the most recent of which are New Green Home Solutions (Sept. 2008) and The New Solar Home (fall 2009).