Webtivity Marketing & Design The fusion of the Web and the Activity of your online audience equals Webtivity

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We understood when our company was founded in 1999 that people were going to the Internet to actively learn. The Internet is an active place where potential customers research to learn about your company or organization and ultimately make a purchasing decision. Back when our company was founded it was pretty simple: build a website and people will come. These days the Internet is full of noise and competitors. As such our approach has had to increase in size and complexity, but the basic notion is still there: people are going to the Internet to learn, form opinions, and ultimately make a purchasing decision. That’s why we’re here: to help you stand out from your competitors.
We are headquartered in Bradenton, Florida and opened a satellite office in St. Petersburg, Florida in 2014. While the core of our clientele is in the greater Tampa area, we provide professional Internet marketing solutions for clients all over the world. Our headquarters is conveniently located just minutes from I-75 in downtown Bradenton, and our St. Pete office is located in the heart of the Grand Central District. We are active members of the Manatee Chamber of Commerce, Manatee Better Business Council, Sarasota Chamber of Commerce, Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce, Venice Chamber of Commerce, St. Pete Chamber of Commerce, Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber, Grand Central District, and Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance. We sit on the Manatee Chamber of Commerce Technology Committee, the Advisory Board for the Manatee Technical Institute Website Design Department, and judge the annual state SkillsUSA competition in the Web Design category. We also sit on the Board for Junior Leadership Manatee, which is designed to engage youth in our community and foster leadership skills for high school Juniors.

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