About Web Goddess


Hi, I’m Irene Hartfield, “The Webgoddess,” a veteran of the Internet since 1996. Working in the trenches as a web developer for a tech start-up in the dot com bubble era and in the marketing department of a major gift manufacturer has given me the experience to help small- to medium-size companies and organizations make their mark on the Web.

After living much of my life in metropolitan areas, I have “retired” from corporate America to beautiful rural northern Minnesota and, thanks to the Internet, am able to work with customers not only nearby but as far away as New York, Florida, Texas, California and Oregon, and other countries, such as England, Canada, New Zealand, and Bermuda. A few years ago, I helped with a web directory project for West Africa!

Is this your company’s first foray into cyberspace? We can help you find and register a good domain name, translate your marketing materials to web media and even host your site if you wish, walking you through every step of the way to insure you have a positive experience.

Does your existing site need a facelift? Our specialty is taking neglected, out-of-date sites and not only making them look better but optimizing them to be found in the search engines. And, more importantly, to convert into business once the site is found. Now, we almost exclusively use WordPress for building web sites.  If your site is an old HTML site, and especially if your site does not have a mobile version, you should upgrade to WordPress.  Contact me for details.

Are you a company with a website that needs updating on a regular basis but you just don’t have the budget to hire a full-time employee? Please contact us to discuss site maintenance. Tender, prompt care is our specialty.  If you’re a hosting client or non-profit, we often don’t even charge for minor changes.

Please peruse our portfolio and then contact us for a chat or proposal. We’ll strive to make you another satisfied Web Goddess customer.

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