Cyber Monday

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This year marks the 10th anniversary of the coining of the term “Cyber Monday”. It grew out of the growing practice of Americans returning to a normal work schedule off the extended Thanksgiving weekend and buying items online on this Monday each year.

2015 marks the first time that 33 Dimensions will be getting into the act and offering our own great deals for new and existing customers. Please check the list below of the primary services we offer and give us a call or Contact Us for a low cost, high quality and customized solution, delivered in a timely manner.

Ric Albano
Owner and Chief Designer
33 Dimensions LLC

What We Offer

Web Design, Integrated Mobile and Desktop Solutions
Website Maintenance
Content Management / WordPress
Search Engine Optimization
Online Marketing / Social Media Services
Inbound Marketing Solutions
Analytics
Original Articles and Blogging
Digital Images and Graphics
Video Editing
White Label Services
Training and Consultation
Complete Content Ownership for Our Clients

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Amazon logoNot in the market for any of the above?
No problem!

You can shop for great Cyber Monday deals to your heart’s desire at Amazon.com and still support our great little small business. Just click Our Amazon Affiliate Link and start shopping!


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Summer Solstice

 
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33 Dimensions provides Website Design and Management, Multimedia Marketing, and Creative Services for small businesses, individuals, entrepreneurs, and non-profit groups. We have been designing Websites for more than a decade and have an ever-expanding Portfolio of our original work.

Common Questions

Why Do I Need a Website?

Simply put, it is the most cost-effective means of advertising. The Internet is revolutionizing entire markets, allowing all businesses, large or small, the same opportunities to market their products, services and information on the Internet in an effective and appealing manner.

Compared with attracting new customers through advertising or conventional marketing, websites are amazingly low cost and the possibilities are endless. Search engines, referrals and the vast linking mechanics of the worldwide web provide volumes of “foot traffic” unimaginable in a “brick and mortar” storefront setting.

So should I have a business website, even if my business is small and sells products I don’t think can be sold online?

Yes, if you have a business, you should have a website. Period. No question. Without a doubt. These days, there’s very little that can’t be sold over the internet. More than 20 million shoppers are now online, purchasing everything from books to computers to cars to real estate to jet airplanes to natural gas to you name it. If you can imagine it, someone will figure out how to sell it online.

That said, it’s not enough that you just have a website. You must have a professional-looking site if you want to be taken seriously. Since many consumers now search for information online prior to making a purchase at a brick-and-mortar store, your site may be the first chance you have at making a good impression on a potential buyer.

 


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5th Anniversary Newsletter

Newsletter for March 3, 2014

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Five Years and Counting

What a Wild and Wonderful Ride It Has Been

Five years ago today I came up with the crazy name for this enterprise, based on that day’s date (3/3) along with my interest in string theory and a desire to highlight the many “dimensions” of the professional service I had to offer.

Working with small businesses, non-profit organizations, artists, and individual entrepreneurs has been extremely rewarding as this business has steadily grown over the past half decade, with these first few months of 2014 being the peak of business volume. Of course, running a business is never easy and the climate sometimes gets unpredictable. We’ve faced our share of challenges and frankly, stared down extinction more times than I would’ve liked. But we did persevere through the rough times and we are stronger because of it.

As we complete our 5th year as a business, I am proud to announce that 33 Dimensions is able to offer more high-quality services, including specialized website re-design, online marketing, and multimedia services, than ever before.

Thank you all for your support and here’s to the next five years!

Ric Albano
Owner and Chief Web Designer
33 Dimensions LLC

Meet Jake

Jake Albano
We’d like to welcome Jake Albano as our new content and technical specialist, who will be supporting many of our new and existing websites. Jake is a high school student who also works as an on air personality and radio DJ at WMSS in Middletown, PA.

Feel free to drop an email to Jake and congratulate him on his new role: jake@33dimensions.com

Client News

4th Annual Plein Air Camp Hill Festival
We are happy to be re-designing the website for Plein Air Camp Hill. The annual festival celebrates painting “in the open air” and will be held this year from May16th to 18th, with many family-friendly activities happening throughout the borough of Camp Hill, PA.

33 Dimensions is working with EMR Strategies to redesign and re-brand the online presence for Cumberland Masonry Inc. in Lemoyne, PA. Cumberland Masonry has been in business since 1980, offering concrete, masonry, and excavation and more for both residential and commercial customers.

Biagio’s Subs n’ Suds in Hazleton, PA is now under new ownership but 33 Dimensions will continue to provide web service for “Hazleton’s Best Sub Shop”. We’d like to Congratulate new owners Nicole and Vianney and look forward to a long working relationship.


Whether starting from scratch or adding features to an existing website, 33 Dimensions will provide you with a professional and effective design that is highly functional, informative, and accessible. We also offer many related services to help promote your website and your business and will customize an affordable solution for you.

Check out our Online Portfolio and you will see that there is no job too complex or too small for us to handle for you. Feel free to give me a call at (717) 829-4221 or email me ric@33dimensions.com and I will personally negotiate a great deal to fulfill your online needs.

33 Dimensions
P.O. Box 126
Highspire, PA 17034
info@33dimensions.com

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Broderick Crawford Day

33 Dimensions Newsletter for October 4, 2013

Broaderick Crawford as Dan Matthews“10-4”

A friend of mine always calls this day “Broderick Crawford Day” in honor of the actor who portrayed the fedora-wearing character on the 1950s television show Highway Patrol. One of the signature shots of that series was Crawford’s character barking rapid-fire dialogue into the police radio, using brevity codes such as “21-50”, “11-27”, and of course “10-4” (meaning “acknowledged”). While these codes must have at first seemed like jibberish, millions of children from the fifties soon learned the lingo.

With the fast moving world of technology today, much of the lingo and newer terms may be confusing at first. This causes many to shy away from pursuing new technological pursuits and using the tools available. 33 Dimensions can help make sense of these technologies and guide you towards the appropriate channels to make your online presence a success. If you check out our updated Services page, you will see that there is no job too complex or too small for us to handle for you.

Ric Albano
Owner and Chief Web Designer
33 Dimensions LLC

33 Dimensions Services

Whether you are launching a website for the first time or you want to update an existing site, 33 Dimensions will work with you through every step of the process. From the most basic fundamentals of registering a domain name and finding a hosting service, to the more complex details of tailoring a site which meets the specific need of your customers, we will provide a clear and concise path to meet your goals.

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Client News

The BadleesThis week. The Badlees are releasing their long awaited double album Epiphones and Empty Rooms, with a massive CD release show tonight (10/4) at the Whitaker Center in Harrisburg. To prepare for this release, we have recently redesigned the look of the website Badlees.com.

Big Blue BullfrogA full re-design of the entertainment site Big Blue Bullfrog has been completed, with version “3.0” of that entertainment site launched on October 1st. Also, this long time staple of the 33 Dimensions family is the latest site to becoming fully responsive.

Sound Off for VetsA Sound Off for Vets benefit will be held this year, afterall! On Saturday, November 9th at Broad Street Market in Harrisburg, a free benefit concert will be held with proceeds going to Operation First Response, an organization which helps wounded veterans. The all ages show will be held fron Noon to 4pm, with live music provided by fine rock musicians. If you’d like to help out at the event, please contact Chris Nelson at nelsoncl36@hotmail.com.

 
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P.O. Box 126
Highspire, PA 17034
info@33dimensions.com

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