The folks over at Blue Zoo Creative have been active in WordCamp Fayetteville since it began six years ago. They’ve sponsored, taught sessions, and this year co-owner Eric Huber is the lead organizer.
Blue Zoo started in 2008 with co-owners Collin Condray and Eric Huber. They wanted to make life easier for small businesses by creating a “DIY” website builder for people who want to manage their own websites and had limited budgets.
Within two years, they realized that small business owners were ready to utilize many more online tools that would help grow their business. Blue Zoo rebranded from Blue Zoo Websites to Blue Zoo Creative and drastically expanded their services. They now offer services including website development and design, SEO and analytics, content creation and blogging, and branding/graphic design.
Blue Zoo’s team has members located all over but they work cohesively to create beautiful, functional and user-friendly online business solutions. They know that websites and other online tools need to be more than just a pretty thing online that represents the business. The Blue Zoo crew knows their clients’ job is to solve problems for their own clients and the folks at Blue Zoo make that happen.
“By listening to what you want, asking what your customers need, and researching proven techniques to inspire action, we deliver a result that drives business.”