The Bee accepted into the Website Challenge

Published by The Bee News

December 18, 2019

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The Bee News Media is excited to announce it has been accepted into the Website Challenge put on by  The initiative was created in efforts to close the gap between businesses that have websites and those that do not.  Google over 8 years ago attempted to address the issue with a program named “Get Your Business Online”.  Google Get Your Business Online was  launched by Google in 2011 aimed at increasing the web presence of small businesses and cities by providing free advice on search engine optimization and helping business owners update their information on Google for free. The program started rolling out across the US in 2012. Partners in the program include the Association of Small Business Development Centers, SCORE and Intuit. The newly launched is focusing on offering web design agencies an opportunity to be marketed and recognized for their efforts to get small local businesses online.  The Bee News Media has opened up registration at and will be building up to 30 new websites between January 1st and January 30th.  The Bee’s designer and host will be visiting the booked business for a content gathering session including photos, videos, and interviews followed by a focused website building session.  The crew won’t leave the business until the site is up and live.  The cost for this web development typically runs between $800-$1500 but has been greatly reduced to only $300/yr. The caveat to this exciting journey is that The Bee will be documenting every step of the way for a video documentary it will produce the following month.  This milestone of website builds will be submitted to Guiness Book of World Records if there is enough participation.

Get registered:

What’s included:
➨ 4 Section Website
➨ Domain Name
➨ Hosting
➨ Email Address
➨ Monthly Back-up
➨ SSL Certificate
➨ Firewall
➨ Custom Contact Form
➨ Option to renew yearly for $300
? Your business highlighted in our documentary being sent to Guiness Book Of World Records

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