If you are driving downtown on a weekday morning, it's hard not to see a Max's Service truck out for delivery. A household name for over 60 years, Max's service has been a staple in the Traverse City community, selling and servicing appliances.
We are excited to announce the official launch of the new Max's Services website. What an amazing staff to work with, especially owner Jeff Owens.
After sifting through dozens of thank you cards Max's Service had received in the past six months, we included some testimonials in the website, which is proof that Max's Service is the best choice over the big box stores.
Visit the new custom-designed website at maxsservice.com.
Ask us about custom-designs, or anything else web-related!
In April, we asked for your nominations and votes and we narrowed the pool down to three amazing nonprofits in our community for our website giveaway.
Our panel of judges deliberated and chose to donate a complete custom-designed website and two years free hosting to The Grand Traverse Academy. We are thrilled to be giving back to our community in this way and are excited about working with faculty and students to create an amazing online presence.
Hopefully we inspire some students to continue interest in the growing technology field!
Generally, I run in a few 5K races every year, but this year I'm taking on a new challenge of running a 10K race or just over 6 miles.
I have to admit, I have NEVER consecutively run 6 miles before in my life but, I will this year!
I'll be participating in the North Mitten 10K happening May 24th at Crystal Mountain Resort. The North Mitten route consists of primarily flat, open trails on Crystal Mountain property and will not climb the mountain (thankfully)!
I'm really excited to participate in this race and encourage everyone to join me while spots are still open. The event will cap at 500 registrants.
May 1-23, 2015: $55
May 1-23, 2015: $35
A Northern Michigan favorite is back for 2015, the Suttons Bay Floatilla!
For those of you who aren't familiar with Floatilla, it's an awesome water event which takes place on Grand Traverse Bay. Participants bring kayaks and canoes and form a huge conglomerate of floating boats in attempt to break the Guinness World Book record.
The event has taken place in the past in 2012 & 2013. In 2013 Suttons Bay secured the world record. In 2014, the event was skipped and the world record was set in Upstate New York with a number of 3,150.
This year, The Suttons Bay Floatilla hopes to have more than 3,151 kayaks and canoes registered by September 5th.
Last week we launched a new website for long-time customer, Soul Soup. Soul Soup owner, Kristen Jongen has worked with Byte Productions since the mid-2000s.
Fast, easy and affordable. Byte Productions builds websites quickly, efficiently and within your budget!
For the past three years, Byte Productions has offered $500 template-based websites to our customers. In the past year, we have improved these templates to be fully responsive and include great homepage rotations and photo gallery features.
We are excited to continue offering our bytePage template-based websites which start at $500 in 2015.
We were able to use new photos and style the website up to look professional and fun for the client.
If you are someone you know is looking for a great up-to-date online solution for a small business, please have them contact us today!
Otsego Memorial Hospital has been a wonderful client of ours since 2012. We originally built a custom-designed website for OMH which works well for the large organization and uses a lot of our great build-in features of our byteEditor CMS.
It is very common in our industry for an open source CMS (content management system) to be used when building a website. Popular ones include WordPress, Drupal and Joomla and many others.
There are several down sides from a security standpoint to the open source model which is why Byte Productions chooses not to build websites using these platforms.
Tim's the kind of the guy that co-owns a highly successful, local web company for over 24 years and tells people he's a "Project Manager". That's why we love Tim - he's a down-to-earth, humble just all around great dude.
There has been a lot of buzz about “responsive” and mobile-friendly websites in 2013 & 14, but now, its hitting home for a lot of small businesses who haven’t made the update yet.
Google is now alerting webmaster users if their website is not mobile friendly and prompting web admins to update or “fix” the problem immediately.
The message has a subject line of "Fix mobile usability issues found on http://www...."
The format of the email will look like this: