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Web Design, Digital Marketing, and Hosting – Stack Overlap

January 30th, 2018 by Jim

Many of you may not be familiar with my business Stack Overlap. Its mission is to create high quality web design, provide performance driven web hosting that is not over-saturated like the big hosts often are, and to solve business problems with code. There are many website developers located in Shreveport and Bossier City, and Stack Overlap is honored to be a solid results-oriented option for the area’s businesses and non-profits.


Web Design
Web Hosting – VPS Hosting, Shared Hosting, and Dedicated Hosting (Colo)
Domain Registration and Management
Custom Website Programming
Digital Marketing (SEO, PPC)
Content Management
    Site Shader – Advanced Web Platform and CMS
    Mealsite – Online School Lunch Ordering System
    RecruitFlow – Recruiting Database Solution

If you need anything listed above, Stack Overlap can get it done. Just ask for a FREE web design quote!

Stack Overlap - Web Design, Domains, and Hosting

About Stack Overlap

Let Stack Overlap manage your web presence and experience the difference. Websites, ecommerce, responsive design, powerful hosting, custom development, and consulting. This is digital marketing redefined.

Whether you need one domain name or want to develop an amazing idea from the ground up, we can handle it. Look around our site or contact us today.

Stack Overlap is a full service web design agency located in Shreveport, LA with over 15 years of web development and hosting experience.

Using Google as a quick spell checker

January 22nd, 2006 by Jim

I consider myself a good speller, but from time to time I need to quickly find out if my spelling of a particular word is correct. This happens very frequently while working on a customer’s website, hacking out a new web app for my company, and even while writing for this blog.

Google steps in…

You might be wondering why I would waste Google’s bandwidth to look up words, or even why I would waste my own time with the hassle of opening a web browser. The truth is Google can offer me the fastest word lookup for my (possibly specific) situation. All of my use cases listed above involve a web browser, which is already open and ready for my input. And Google is so fast it does not seem to matter how you use it, or how frequently. Besides, I would be very surprised if any of you even try this trick. 😀

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Jim’s blog…

August 24th, 2005 by Jim

I am starting a blog, likely devoted to answering technology questions I get asked frequently.

Wish me luck… 🙂

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