So you're ready to launch your small business or boost your nonprofit to the next level?

You'll need a compelling website with superior SEO and a streamlined structure that makes it affordable. 

You've come to right place for the right stuff.

 

 
 

Here are the online essentials for your business or nonprofit:

  1. Squarespace website with built-in search engine optimization (SEO), domain registration, website and domain hosting, and responsive design

  2. Professional email using your domain address

  3. Link to a minimum of one social media service targeting your most important audiences

  4. Recommended: Squarespace Email Marketing Campaigns or Constant Contact.

 
 
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Laura Longley

The Launch Site's principal creative, Laura Longley has developed websites, print and online publications, and marketing communications campaigns for many pleased clients.

Today her firm's primary focus is providing small businesses and nonprofits with the essential media and content they need to succeed online. She believes in a streamlined approach to the creative process and exclusive use of the content management system called Squarespace.

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Squarespace

Why Squarespace? Because this content management system has everything you need all in one place:  an integrated website builder, domain name registrar, hosting service, ecommerce capability, email marketing interface, G Suite partnership,and blogging platforms.

Not to mention Squarespace templates are simply beautiful, with handsome font pairings, mobile responsive design, and access to Getty's unsurpassed photo archives. And a Squarespace site is super easy for you to update.

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Sarah Huntington & The Lincoln Studios

For original portraits, The Launch Site turns to Sarah Huntington, whose work has made her one of the Washington, D.C. area's most in-demand artists. With her partners at The Lincoln Studios, she also produces videos for businesses and nonprofits. You can view her work here.