Brett Rodli, is the owner and lead developer, of Rodli Web Strategies, a Missoula website design firm. Based in Missoula, Montana, we handle websites throughout Missoula, the state of Montana and the United States. He has extensive experience assisting small businesses, churches and non-profit organizations as a website developer (and as an owner/executive of several small businesses), and assisting marketing firms as a freelance developer. His experience will help your small business or non-profit move forward and build itself as quickly or thoroughly as you desire. Brett has been assisting businesses and organizations for over 18 years. He believes there is significant value added to your project based on availability; being available when questions arise and changes need to take place; a Missoula website design firm willing to help your small business or organization with its website and Internet strategies.
We are believers that most small businesses, churches and organizations do not need to implement sophisticated coding for an effective website and internet presence. Too often, small businesses, churches and organizations spend thousands of dollars for a complicated website, requiring high-priced programmers to make changes, only to have that programmer move on leaving you “high-and-dry”, when all you needed was someone to build a modern, well laid out website, or edit your website, or help you with your search engine and social media presence. We don't build then disappear.
As a Missoula web design firm, we handle it all!
It is our desire to provide as little or as much service as you need to operate and maintain your Internet presence. Whether you want to be hands-on with the changes, or have us help with the maintenance of your website, we value each client and what they desire to do with the Internet presence.
We believe that once you choose us to build your website, edit your current website, or develop your Internet strategies, you will not go to anyone else. The success of your organization matters to us; it will likely provide reciprocal benefits.