Web Development Services

Tualatin Web provides custom web development services to both small businesses and associations that will improve your marketing and sales effectiveness.

We’ve been developing web sites since 1995 and are proud to be an American company.

The following list represents typical web projects and features that can be added to your existing web site, making your company more efficient:

Content Management Systems

e-commerce

Online Payments

Membership Management

Blog Posts

1&1 IONOS, Phishing Scam
March 27, 2019
My web site is hosted at 1&1, recently renamed to IONOS after a merger, so I pay attention to email that comes from [...]
Aspen Dental Web Woes
March 26, 2019
In my house I get the job of paying bills, so when Aspen Dental sent me a bill I opted to pay online at their web site [...]
PHP VersionKeeping Your Web Hosting Plan Updated
March 12, 2019
My website runs on the popular WordPress platform and is hosted at www.ionos.com, formerly called www.1and1.com. All is [...]
block numberBlocking Unwanted Phone Calls
March 11, 2019
As your business grows the number of unwanted phone calls seems to also grow, so when I upgraded cell phones to a [...]
Is that Web Password Safe or Hacked?
March 11, 2019
I read almost every week about a data breach at some large company, so then the bad guys may now have another one of my [...]
Phishing Scam, that’s not really DocuSign
February 14, 2019
Several times per week I receive official-looking emails from what appears to be a trusted company or email sender, so [...]

Social Media

Is social media relevant to your business? It depends.

Do your customers or prospects use any social media? If so, then the answer is yes. I simply ask my clients which social media they prefer to use, then consider adding that to my communication and networking routines

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