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Santa Barbara Maritime Museum Sets Sail With a New WordPress Website

By Eric - July 14, 2023

We recently designed and launched a new cutting-edge WordPress website for the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, and by all accounts, the client and team are delighted. Their previous site was over a dozen years old and badly needed replacement. The…

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Moving Santa Barbara Airbus to a New Design

By mission - November 12, 2022

It’s always fun for us when we get to work with local businesses within our community. That’s why we jumped at the opportunity to help the Santa Barbara Airbus breathe new life into their well-traveled website. Complete with a third-party…

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A New Website for a More Peaceful Business

By Eric - October 26, 2018

Peace Works Travel offers student and teacher service and learning travel abroad programs for a more peaceful world. With over 10 destinations and three dozen schools to service, their former website using WordPress multi-site, was bringing the Peace Works Team…

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Don’t Store All Your Eggs In One Basket

By Eric - April 27, 2018

When you need to consolidate your life and belongings, finding one perfect storage unit can be key. On the other hand, when you have three successful Storage Facilities and you need to speak to each of its unique features and…

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Granada Corporation’s Boutique Experience in a Big Box World

By Eric - December 1, 2017

Your website shouldn’t just tell a story about your business or the hard-working group of people that make your business a success. Your website needs to reflect the quality and professional atmosphere that sets your business apart and lets your…

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Celebration Santa Barbara – Rolling Three Sites Into One

By mission - August 11, 2017

For the folks at Celebration Cruises Santa Barbara, maintaining two boats and multiple cruise schedules is difficult enough. Combine that with maintaining three separate websites, and they had their work cut out for them. Mission Web Marketing stepped in to…

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Vegetables Exploding Into Popularity

By mission - August 4, 2017

Outer Aisle Gourmet, recreating America’s favorite foods with vegetables, needed a little creativity added to their website to match their exploding popularity. With their recent distribution into Whole Foods stores across the Western United States, Outer Aisle Gourmet is bringing…

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Breakwater Restaurant Santa Barbara, Starving for Attention

By Eric - June 30, 2017

They say not to go grocery shopping when you’re hungry. We’d like to add, “don’t build a restaurant website when you’re hungry”. This redesign for the Breakwater Restaurant located in the Santa Barbara Harbor, left us drooling over the tantalizing…

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Benchmark Maps website redesign

Mapping the Road Ahead with Benchmark Maps

By Eric - May 5, 2017

Some of us here at Mission Web Marketing are self-proclaimed “map geeks”. So when Benchmark Maps decided they were ready for a new look, we were excited by the opportunity. Luckily for us, Benchmark Maps had no shortage of awesome…

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Impulse Advanced Communications

By Eric - April 28, 2017

When it came time to breathe new life into their website, Impulse Advanced Communications called on Mission Web Marketing for a site redesign. The new modern design had a lot to accomplish. In addition to a mobile responsive design, the…

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Santa Barbara Harbor Merchant’s Association Joins the Web

By Eric - April 21, 2017

The Santa Barbara Harbor Merchant’s Association is comprised of many of the restaurants and retailers found in the Santa Barbara Harbor. With so much to do and see there, it made sense for visitors to be able to find it…

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Sansum Clinic Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Gets a Facelift

By Eric - April 14, 2017

After years of providing a multitude of surgical and non-surgical options for facial reconstruction and restoration, the Sansum Clinic Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery department decided it was their turn for a little fine tuning when it came to their…

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