Site to be Seen
At "Site to be Seen" we design websites that fit your Organi-zation's specific prerequisites for a Website.
Whether you are a Professional or Social Association, Organized Sports or Service Club, a Non-Profit or Fundraising Organization, or merely looking to add subscribers to your website - We have the solutions for you.
Embedded directly into our websites are all the tools that you will need to manage your memberships including applications, invoicing and collection of dues and subscriptions, ability to receive donations online, publish events with online registrations, create custom (or template) mass emails and newsletters. Additionally you can have blogs and/or forums as a part of your website along with Full Social Media integration with FaceBook, Twitter, LinkedIn and others.
Most importantly, once your website is designed, our easy to use interface and Admin panel will allow YOU to add, change and upload information without the need of additional development.
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" Margie Mathews has constructed two websites for me: the American Society of Marine Artists and the Missouri Watercolor Society. In both cases the resulting site was beautiful and effective and completed on time and within budget. Both organization's on-line presence was considerably enhanced through her efforts. Her talent, not to mention her professionalism, is exceptional. I highly recommend Margie Mathews to you for the construction of your sites."
Daven Anderson - Executive Director of MoWS and ASMA
"If you are looking for a website designer that knows WildApricot and more Site to be Seen is the one you are looking for. Margie Mathews (Site to be Seen) asked all the relative questions and gave all the relative answers to give us what we needed. What I liked most was everything was managed as a project with a time line for everything. I would recommend Site to be Seen to anyone that needs to have their website designed or re-designed. Most of all, the price is very reasonable. I did a lot of shopping and nobody could beat their price."
Horace Hunter - Executive Director GBIS
Website of the Month
The first membership directory was stapled together using red construction paper as the cover; years later the capabilities of the Internet have taken the place of that crumbled directory. It wasn’t too long ago that faxing the agenda to the Board saved time and money. Times have changed, but only for the good thus allowing LAP to grow to over 200 members.