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FreeCustomWebsite.com Announces the Redesign of the Divine Bovine Beef Jerky Website

January 10, 2012

FreeCustomWebsite.com announced Monday that it will be providing a wide range of web design and internet marketing services for the gourmet beef jerky company Divine Bovine. Divine Bovine is one of the up and coming beef jerky companies that is set to compete with the top jerky companies in the world.

Riverside, CA (PRWEB) January 10, 2012

Free websites are not the only thing that FreeCustomWebsite delivers. They also build custom integrated mobile websites and provide internet marketing services. The Divine Bovine Jerky company is engaging FreeCustomWebsite.com to rebuild their current website, build out a mobile site, integrate their e-commerce site into their main site, build a custom facebook welcome page, twitter profile, and you tube background.

Needless to say, Divine Bovine is trusting FreeCustomWebsite with a diversity of very important internet marketing services. FreeCustomWebsite CEO Greg Trimble believes that “Divine Bovine is unlike any other kind of beef jerky out there. Some people call it adult candy and others call it the filet mignon of jerky. We are excited to see the kind of growth that will come from having a strong internet presence and a platform from which they can launch their media and advertisements.”

Divine Bovine is one of the many businesses throughout the world that relies on their website and e-store as one of their principle means of sales and marketing. They have found value in FreeCustomWebsite’s web design services based on the fact that the website can be built custom, and still remain free.

FreeCustomWebsite.com builds custom websites for free for clients and customers from around the globe. They provide internet marketing services to back up the custom designs they provide for their clients as well. They can be contacted at info(at)freecustomwebsite(dot)com

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