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More than the sum of its capabilities, W3 EDGE is where online businesses are born and infused with competitive advantage. Regardless of the size, scope or budget of a project, our foremost concern is where the project headed over the long term and whether or not steps toward that end are being made.

With so many skilled professionals available worldwide today, it’s very easy to “get a site up”, but the more practical matter is: what is the secret to launching a business that succeeds where the vast majority fail? The answer lies in a devoted and experienced team.

As much or as little support and thought leadership as needed will be invested into your project when you decide to work with us. We solve problems related but not limited to:

  • developing traffic
  • user experience design and usability
  • web site / hosting performance
  • competitive analysis / business development
  • web application development

From business cards and logos to twitter and facebook applications, we commit ourselves to helping clients attach an R.O.I. to their online ventures.

Let’s get started!

Leadership Team

  • Frederick Townes
    Founder & CEO
  • Willie Jackson
    Senior Marketer & Engineer
  • Frederick is a widely published blogger covering various topics including: internet marketing, social media, web hosting and web design and development. His passions are diverse covering the breadth of topics above, but for the last two years his focus has really been on social web applications and sites.

    A native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Frederick is a graduate of Boston University where he studied Computer Science and Mathematics. Founded in 2003, W3 EDGE is among many web-based businesses started by Frederick. Some of which can be found in the work section of this site.

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