Bellingham, WA (PRWEB) March 07, 2013
THC Web Design is one of the fastest-growing medical cannabis web design companies serving the thriving medical hemp industry in Washington State. They specialize in offering website development and other digital media services to organizations at all levels of involvement in the medicinal cannabis market. THC Web Design has recently announced the launch of their new partner organization, THC Search Engine Optimization, which will provide content development, pay-per-click marketing management, social media networking, and press release writing to medical dispensaries, cooperatives, and other industry businesses.
After recently launching a website for Safe Access, a Seattle medical marijuana dispensary, THC Web Design has scheduled a complex series of content updates, social media activity, and will pursue an aggressive online marketing approach over the next six months. Safe Access is a medical cannabis dispensary and delivery service based in West Seattle, which strives to offer the highest-quality medicine and exceptional customer service to its patients. Safe Access asks their customers to compare the quality and affordability of their medicine to any other dispensary in Seattle, and come to them with any suggestions for improvements. "At Safe Access, we are all about meeting our patients' needs," an employee of the medical dispensary said.
A THC Web Design developer commented, "We are excited to begin offering search engine optimization services to clients in the medical cannabis industry." Made up of many former freelance designers, developers, writers, and marketers from other industries, the team at THC Web Design is enthusiastic about the opportunity to take part in the growing medical hemp industry, and, eventually, the legal recreational-use cannabis industry that is coming to the states of Washington and Colorado.
As outlined in the I-502 measure which passed last November in Washington State, a regulated industry for growing, processing, and selling cannabis to persons of legal age will take effect on December 31st, 2013. The federal government continues to classify cannabis as an illegal narcotic, but has not indicated whether a large-scale crackdown on people following state law is a high priority. The medical marijuana industry in Washington will not be immediately affected by the new legislature.
"We still have quite a bit of waiting to do," said Noel Abbott, founder of THC Web Design, "but the general sense is that full-scale legalization and regulation is going to happen eventually, and when it does, we will be there to help start-up businesses compete online."