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VocalPoint Chorus unveils website redesign

VocalPoint Chorus is a 70-voice choir that puts on benefit concerts to raise money for outstanding beneficiary non-profits.

The original website was good, but Exponentech transformed it to make it, (ahem), sing!

VocalPoint website

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Nokomis Quintet launches website

Nokomis Quintet website

Exponentech helped the Nokomis Quintet, a Minneapolis-based woodwind quintet, to create and launch a new website to promote the ensemble.


  • WordPress as a content management system
  • Super simple layout and content

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Global Harmony uses Paypal to accept donations

Global Harmony uses Paypal for donations

Paypal has become a well-known industry standard and is certainly trusted.  Exponentech helped Global Harmony Community Chorus to create a donation page on their website so that supporters can contribute to their global relief efforts.

Paypal supports a variety of options and makes it easy to track incoming payments.  Currently, Paypal charges 3% + $0.30 as a processing fee.  If having online payment will increase your business, then this is definitely a worthwhile way to do so.

Whether for-profit or non-profit, Exponentech can help you set up Paypal and get the revenue flowing!

Global Harmony unveils website redesign

Global Harmony Community Chorus

Global Harmony Community Chorus is a 100-voice choir that puts on benefit concerts to raise money for global relief causes.

Artistic Director Jennifer Anderson wanted to be able to quickly and easily edit and update Global Harmony’s website.

Exponentech helped her by:

  • Installing a content management system for easy editing
  • Creating a design that gives the site a new, streamlined look
  • Continuing to host the website

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Haynes Research Group unveils new website

Haynes Research Group at the University of Minnesota

Exponentech helped the Haynes Research Group at the University of Minnesota to update its website. Dr. Christy Haynes feels strongly that a quality, well-organized web presence helps her research aims. Dr. Haynes explains it well:

“When someone is reviewing a grant that you submitted, they will Google you and look you up. If your website looks polished and reputable and up to date, that definitely helps. When applying for awards, your website is crucial. With a quality site, the reviewers see polish, a good research group, a big group, an interactive group, they see other funding sources, they see summaries of the research, they see that you are organized and have a business plan.”

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Jaynes Appraisals launches website

Jaynes Appraisals

Pamela Jaynes is a fine art appraiser in Seattle, Washington.

Exponentech helped her by:

  • Designing her business website
  • Enabling her to easily manage and edit the web pages using a content management system
  • Hosting her website