A vixen is a female fox who works hard to take care of her young. She must be crafty, fast, and intelligent to get the job done and thrive in a tough, competitive world. The WebVixn, Cyndi Smith, is an ex-corporate Internet Marketing Manager and Webmaster who has now been upgraded to "mommy". She has gathered all of her web development and programming skills and combined them with over a decade of professional online and offline marketing experience to create an incredible Internet Marketing, Web Development, and Site Design and Management solution for small to medium businesses.
This online consulting business has been a great fit for the solving the needs of a caring mother and an ambitious competitor, and it has been a secret weapon for many of Cyndi's clients!
Cyndi Smith started WebVixn Internet Marketing as a response to an increasing demand for help from small- to medium-sized businesses who either need to develop a professional online presence or want to see their websites perform. Many people understand the need to have an online presence. How do they get started in a SMART way? Some have paid top dollar for a website to represent their business. Now what?
Webvixn Internet Marketing can bring visitors to your site and help you guide them to the rignt information, the right price, and the right online experience to close the deal.
See if your project is a good fit for Webvixn now. E-mail us with a bid request.
About the founder, Cyndi Smith:
Cyndi has been an online professional since 1995. Her original career background was in Marketing Management (for the Automotive industry), and as soon as the "Inter-Network" became public, she was hooked and decided to become a part of this growing new world. She wrangled a contract position working for Toyota in development of their first online parts catalog in 1995.
Cyndi's first professional webmaster role began in 1996 for an international rock concert lighting company, and she eventually moved on to be the full time Internet Marketing Manager and Webmaster for a major ski resort in Colorado. During this time, she also started to independently run several small business websites.
"Applying my Marketing Management background to my web development and webmaster experience was not just great for businesses, it was fun and challenging," says Cyndi. "In the early days, Internet Marketing was really like a game where you could instantly see results and compare yourself to your competitors. In the ski industry, ROI was tangible! The technology and tactics evolved rapidly, but their application was very inexpensive. When the travel industry took a huge hit after 9-11, Internet Marketing helped struggling resorts keep their marketing efforts alive and well.