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bizdetail is a Bay Area web design & marketing firm focused on helping small businesses look like big businesses.
We specialize in helping our clients build authentic, mobile-friendly websites that educate their customers, streamline business functions, generate leads, and add value to their business.
Whether you are looking to revamp an existing website, scale up your online presence, build something new, or even sell online, we would love to discuss your business, website & vision.
Started in 2011 by Mitch Free, we have launched 600+ websites for companies in many different industries, from every corner of the Bay Area, California & US. Our team brings this experience to your project.
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