Moriches Field Brewery Visits the EB Office

Since opening our new office in Patchogue many of our clients have stopped in just to say hello or to meet with us to discuss their future marketing plans. Yesterday we had a visit from Rich Flynn, the owner of Moriches Field Brewing Company. We recently launched his new website and he came in to spend some time learning some best practices.

It’s All Included

Many small business owners are very good at running their business, but may not know too much about running a website. We get it. That’s why included with every site we build is time that we use to sit with the client to show them how to update and manage their site content. We show them the right way to format a page and keep their site looking and working great. And we don’t charge extra for that.

So when Rich came it, we threw his site up onto the big screen, fired up a couple of laptops, brewed some coffee (not beer!) and logged him into his dashboard so he could get his hands dirty. An hour later, he had the knowledge and skill to make blog posts almost as good as he makes beer!

Be sure to check out Rich’s new site where he’ll certainly be posting information about the opening of his new micro-brewery in Center Moriches, tentatively scheduled for early 2020.

Rich Flynn of Moriches Field Brewing Company
Rich Flynn of Moriches Field Brewing Company

We’re Here If You Need Us

Of course, not everyone has the inclination nor desire to manage their small business website themselves. And for those clients we are here for you. Electric Bricks has a full staff of writers, graphic designers, marketing experts, and social media gurus to help with any facet of your online marketing goals. Whether you need us to make a minor type change on your “about us” page, research and write a monthly blog post, or manage a complex Google Ads campaign, we have the experience to get you where you want to be.

 
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