“Generate Buzz Without Getting Stung” is at the core of all we do. We’ve been around for more than 20 years, and since 1999 we’ve helped hundreds of customers grow their businesses.
Our team members are HubSpot, WordPress, Google and Constant Contact certified, and we’re leading partners with each. With HubSpot, we’re Platinum-tier Partners, which puts us in the top 1% of partners worldwide.
Our Passion is being collaboractive in our clients’ success and growth. We get excited about looking at a problem, solving it, and seeing results over months and years. We will succeed because our clients succeed. We’ve built our family around 5 core values: Integrity, Fun, Education, Creative Solutions and Delivering Excellence.
Above all, we value authenticity and transparency. To us, they’re not just buzzwords to put on an about page. We genuinely want you to achieve your goals. We want you to know the exact why, what, where, when and how of our process. That’s why everything we do starts from a Strategic Game Plan that identifies your marketing personas, core business goals, and realistic tactics to get you on the right path. Our clients are involved in every step of the marketing process and have complete control over their accounts, including websites, marketing assets and tactics.
A BizzyWeb Timeline
BizzyWeb advances to the Platinum partner tier in HubSpot’s partner program
Dave Meyer and Trygve Olsen both earned HubSpot Trainer status
BizzyWeb is named Small Business of the Year by TwinWest Chamber of Commerce
BizzyWeb advances to the Gold partner tier in HubSpot’s partner program
The Digital Summit series kicks off another year, and Dave begins another year of events. A new topic for a new year: “The Funnel is Dead, Long Live the Marketing Flywheel to Engage Customers.” Stops on the nationwide tour include Phoenix, Seattle, Austin, Minneapolis and Chicago.
BizzyWeb advances to the Silver partner tier in HubSpot’s partner program
Dave joins Google as a contracted Speaker and Trainer, and starts training business owners across the country on how to grow their businesses online through the Grow With Google program. As part of the program, Dave has visited 12 states and has delivered training and education to more than 50 groups.
Dave presents before 150 at the Social Media Breakfast in Minneapolis on how to “Automate, Improve and Optimize Your Lead Generation”
Dave presents at his first Digital Summit in Kansas City, MO. His talk covers marketing automation tips.
Dave became a speaker for Google and we became a Google City Partner.
Dave became a speaker for Google and we became a Google City Partner.
Became HubSpot Partners.
Dave Meyer is named Entrepreneur of the Year by the Twin West Chamber of Commerce.
BizzyWeb becomes a certified Google Partner, and begins delivering training and services to local businesses on behalf of the program.
BizzyWeb acquires the clients and business of TechNick Consulting, including more than 30 sites.
BizzyWeb moves into its new Hive at 11190 Commerce Dr. North in Champlin, MN.
BizzyWeb becomes a Constant Contact Solution Provider, and Dave becomes an Authorized Local Expert (ALE) speaker on behalf of the organization. Dave and BizzyWeb will go on to deliver more than 100 talks across the Midwest as part of the program.
BizzyWeb contracts with the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) to take over all WordPress websites for the organization’s 88 chapters around the world. BizzyWeb had previously consulted with IABC on IT-related concerns and WordPress maintenance.
BizzyWeb hires senior developer Larry Seth.
The BizzyWeb logo and “Buzz” mascot are officially registered as Trademarks.
BizzyWeb creates a website over a weekend for Prince. The site features an audio clip of a “Shhhh” and allows fans to download tracks and music videos directly to their computers.
“Generate Buzz Without Getting Stung” is officially registered as a Trademark.
BizzyWeb named “New Member of the Year” at the MN/ND chapter of ABC – the Association of Builders and Contractors.
BizzyWeb redesigns its site once again, and features a new “Bee” logo designed by long-time BizzyWeb contractor and collaborator Ryan Lindquist. “Buzz,” as he has come to be known, will be a regular feature of BizzyWeb branding. BizzyWeb hires its third full-time employee – an office manager to help handle the billing and administrative side of the business.
BizzyWeb hires its first Sales Rep, and begins working with an additional contractor, future Director of User Experience Andy Wojtowski.
After a series of contractors, BizzyWeb hires its first employee, a director of development.
BizzyWeb president Dave Meyer “quits his day job” as head of Retail Communications at U.S. Bancorp and goes full-time into the venture. Dave also creates a Twitter account to celebrate, and begins tweeting his entrepreneurial experiences along with the blog.
BizzyWeb designs its first WordPress theme, entering the world of fully custom WordPress design.
BizzyWeb again redesigns its site, this time using the relatively new WordPress framework. First blog post: “On Funding a Startup.”
BizzyWeb hosts its first blog, the “BizzyBlog,” which featured business topics and highlights.
BizzyWeb tries its hand with Flash Development. The client site featured a series of buttons on a splash page that made a “drip” sound when you clicked on them and radiated concentric rings, like a pebble in a pond. Groundbreaking!
BizzyWeb redesigns its branding and website, including a new mascot and some catchy slogans: “Bizzy is as bizzy does,” “More honey, more money,” “our prices won’t give you the hives,” and a clear winner: “Generate Buzz Without Getting Stung.”
BizzyWeb packs up and moves across the Twin Cities metro to Champlin, MN.
Concurrent with graduating with an MBA in Venture Management (Entrepreneurship) at the University of St. Thomas, BizzyWeb revises its business plan and focuses on slightly larger companies. We begin marketing consultation in addition to web design.
Dave Meyer, BizzyWeb’s president, begins his first blog, on Blogger. September 6, 2001 was the first post, and featured this quote: “Money can’t buy happiness, but it takes the edge off.” A few days later, 9/11. By October, the U.S. had started to get back to normal: Bert from Sesame Street is co-opted by the Taliban to promote Osama Bin Laden in a poster, from someone who didn’t understand that “Bert is Evil” was an in-joke on popular discussion board Metafilter.
BizzyWeb LLC is officially registered as a business in Minnesota. We start working with businesses to build HTML websites out of Oakdale, MN. In its first business plan, the company outlines its strategic advantage as the willingness to create websites its clients can easily maintain.
BizzyWeb.com is officially registered as a domain name. A website will come shortly thereafter. The name came from BizzyWeb’s new owner Dave Meyer searching for amalgamations of Business and Web.