Theresa Cassiday, freelancer

Copy writing & editing in Omaha, Nebraska and the U.S.


Tag: Catena Creations

Sarpy Chamber features Catena Creations

Catena Creations in Sarpy Chamber newsletterCatena Creations was a Featured Business in the September 2014 Sarpy Chamber newsletter.

My thanks to Amy Howard, Membership Manger, for the great story!

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Catena Creations redesigns its website

We’ve redesigned the Catena Creations website to update both the content and the structure of the site, and to add several new features.

The redesign started in August 2013, when I updated the logo in honor of my fifth anniversary. I then tried to update the site with the WordPress theme I’d bought through Themeforest.

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Catena Creations launches AmeriSpec redesign

AmeriSpec Omaha and Lincoln website after makeoverCatena Creations has redesigned and updated the AmeriSpec Omaha and Lincoln website. We’ve given it a new look and a new plan for search engine optimization (SEO).

We first redesigned the company’s website in December 2010, then transferred the site to WordPress in 2011. Much has changed since then in the realm of website design, mobile sites and SEO. This update¬† added the latest technology to the site to incorporate those changes.

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Akridge Chiropractic: Back to simplicity

Everyone has heard the admonition to “keep it simple.” At Catena Creations, we have another admonition to go along with that: Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.

Akridge Chiropractic website: Before redesign
Akridge Chiropractic website: Before redesign

It was this problem that led my chiropractors, Drs. Craig and Lacey Akridge, to ask me to redesign and update their website for Akridge & Akridge Chiropractic.

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Offutt focus takes Halloween Candy Buy Back to new heights

Catena Creations once again managed the Halloween Candy Buy Back for Emergency Dental Care USA. For the third annual event, this year we partnered with Offutt Air Force Base to collect treats for two units stationed in southwest Asia.

Cash for candyThe partnership took the event’s success to new heights. We collected 177 pounds of candy on Nov. 1, the day of the event. But we were far from finished.

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