Today’s Webs user example site is sure to brighten up your day. The Australia-based Afrobeat African Drumming Company provides truly original teambuilding and wellness programs, as well as other forms of interactive entertainment. And they offer it all on a colorful, well organized website that is chock-full of social proof and customer-centric content.

There’s a lot to explore on Afrobeat’s website—they offer lots of detailed information about what they do; complete with beautiful imagery that really gives visitors a sense of the company. What really stands out to us about this website, however, is the focus on the customer and their needs.



With the return of Daylight Savings Time here in the US, we are finally starting to see springtime on the horizon. And as the northeastern part of the country finally starts to thaw, you can feel the excitement about shedding winter layers and actually taking time to think about style again. With that in mind, we thought today was an excellent time to feature a Webs user website that we really enjoy: Man Of The Hour Magazine.

Not only is this an excellent online magazine website example, the site is jam-packed with insightful lifestyle articles. As described on their Facebook page, Man Of The Hour is “dedicated to cultivating the emerging generations of sophisticated men.” If you’re thinking about starting an online magazine or journal and want to emulate this website, take a look at the 3 things that make this a site successful:


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It’s Friday afternoon, which can certainly make you feel like dancing. Which is why we thought a great choice for today’s example site would be – the online home of Doctor Dance.

Peter Lovatt is a Dance Psychologist in England, where he is a Principle Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire. Lovatt also runs the university’s Dance Psychology Lab, which sounds like a pretty great place to hang out. Perhaps not surprisingly, his website is also a great place to hang out, because it is well-branded, easy to navigate, and full of rich imagery.



With the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season coming tomorrow, we thought it would appropriate to kill two birds with one stone and show you a great Webs user website that also has some fantastic gift ideas.

The Little Raspberry is an online shop based in Australia that sells custom and pre-made wall art for the home and for kids and babies’ rooms. They offer designs that are printed and shipped, as well as downloadable prints that you can print for yourself. What’s so great about The Little Raspberry’s website? Let’s see:


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On its own, Pinterest can be a powerful marketing tool. When combined with a solid web presence that completes the cycle, the impact is even stronger. Such is the case with today’s Webs user example site, Robert Allan Salon.

When looking for websites to feature here on the blog, I am always delighted when I find myself taking exactly the path that the site’s creator intended. This suggests to me that they’ve done a really great job thinking through the user experience and strategizing about their website’s purpose.


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Sometimes when small business owners first make the leap into buying a website, they can become their own worst enemy. They feel like they need to have an extensive website with robust navigation and overflowing image galleries before they can go live. And as anyone who has run a small business can tell you, this does take time to achieve. No matter how user-friendly your website builder, feeling the need to pull together a novel’s worth of copy and hundreds of photos can bring the process to a stand-still.




It’s a pretty gloomy day here in Silver Spring, MD, but what better way to brighten things up than to check out a website full of puppies! Today’s Webs user example site comes from BehaviorWorks Dog Training & Behavior Specialists, which has 5 locations around Wisconsin.

This polished and energetic website has a lot going for it. First, there’s a great header that clearly brands the business and offers contact information right up front. Next is the navigation, which is robust and user-friendly.


Every month or so we feature an exemplary website created by a Webs user, and talk about what makes their site effective (view all of our examples sites here). So today, in case you missed any along the way, we’re going to take a look back at some highlights. As you go through the examples below, think about how they might apply to a website you currently have, or one that you might be building in the year to come.

1. A Great Online Store: Beachcat Sail Company
There is a lot going for this ecommerce website. First, it’s very attractive and looks professional. While this is a plus for every website, it’s even more important if you’re going to be asking people to give you their money. Beachcat also does a great job of introducing their product, giving solid reasons why it’s a superior choice, and answering any questions a shopper might come up with along the way. Check them out to get some great web store ideas (or a custom sailboat, if you’re in that market).


Most often, our Webs example sites feature small businesses. But during this time of the year, it seems most appropriate to feature a non-profit doing great work in our local community.

Building Hope, Inc. also has a special place in our hearts here at Webs, as it was founded by the mother of a long-time member of our support team. For the past few years, the whole team here has had a great time collecting and wrapping gifts to be delivered to families in the surrounding counties. This year we’ll be sending gifts to 82 kids. If you’d like to get involved with Building Hope, you can view their volunteer opportunities here.


When we talk about customer appreciation and customer service, sometimes business-to-business companies feel a little left out. But they shouldn’t! Good customer service is good customer service, even if your customer is another business.

Today’s example site comes from a long-time Webs user whose website shows a commitment to their B2B customers in several ways. Dog Eat Dog, Inc. designs and manufactures custom mobile solutions for catering and retail clients — creating things like catering trailers, food trucks, and kiosks (how cool!). Here’s how Dog Eat Dog shows their customer focus through their website:



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