Who can build my website?

THIS POST WAS LAST UPDATED – 01/16/12.  Due to this post’s popularity, we’re starting to compile a comprehensive list here, CTT’s Website Builders

Even though I’m semi-retired from the web development business, I still get asked all the time, “Who can build my website?”. Here are some suggestions.

Please Note

This is a list of individual freelancers and companies that I have either a) known about previously and have some knowledge about their work or b) performed Google searches and compiled them for this post. There are many thousands of developers in the secular field – and many that may be appropriate for your project – but I restricted this list to individuals and companies that primarily work with Catholic organizations.

I’ve referred business to some of these developers in the past, but I make NO claim on how qualified they are to work on any specific project. If you are currently seeking someone to build you a website, I encourage you to review their previous work and do your due diligence in determining if they are a good fit for YOUR project.

If you are a web developer and want to be listed here, you can either e-mail me directly at catholicservant@gmail.com or leave a comment below with a link to your website.


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  • http://twitter.com/Cade_One Joshua Cade

    Here are a list of Catholic Graphic Designers and Videographers on Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/Cade_One/catholic-graphic-designer/members

    • http://catholicservant.com Craig Berry

      Great Twitter list @twitter-4661051:disqus – Thanks!

  • http://youthministryvideos.net Eric Gallagher

    Hey Craig, Here’s one!

    Parish Web Assistant – http://www.parishwebassistant.com

    • http://catholicservant.com Craig Berry

      You’ve been added to the list. Thanks @catholicyouthministry:disqus !

  • http://www.bettnet.com/blog/ dombett

    I would add Kickstart Media. They do awesome WordPress-based sites for many Catholic ministries and blogs, including some for archdiocesan ministries in Boston. 

    There’s also Our Sunday Visitor’s new Radius Webtools division.

    And if I can make a plug, I compiled a similar list for parishes in Boston and posted it on my site at PilotNewMedia.com/ParishWebsites

    • http://catholicservant.com Craig Berry

      @dombett:disqus Thanks for the linkage…it’s been added. 

      BTW…nice use of Woo!

  • http://www.facebook.com/dbettinelli Domenico Bettinelli

    Thanks, we use Woo in a lot of our sites.

    • http://catholicservant.com Craig Berry

      Do you have a subscription? I’ve bought a few themes, but finally just got a standard subscription.

      • http://www.bettnet.com/blog/ dombett

        We don’t although I would like one if I could get the budget for it. Right now, I;m taking advantage of the 3 for 1 deals they offer. When a new client wants a site with a theme, if they choose a new one, I can increase my catalog of themes at the same time.

      • Beth Nicol

        I do the same as dombett — take advantage of the 3 for 1 (or 4 for 1 if I go the developer route).

        I also do websites, although I am currently working more in the non-profit arena: http://321windsor.com/ is my website (it gets neglected since I focus on the clients). I also to our parish site and the famvin.org sites. Many of my sites are in more than one language.

  • Joe Luedtke

    All, based on the amount of feedback everyone had on this article, we’re starting to compile a comprehensive list of website vendors and tools which can be found here, http://catholictechtalk.com/website-builders.