a daily basis, Mark Miner has worked in a web-based communications
environment since 1996, when he led the development of the
inaugural website of a US top 100 law firm. Miner has helped
build, refine or manage more than 10 websites and now social media platforms for client and
community groups, including organizations in the fields of law, public accounting, wealth management.
Under the premise that "content is king," Miner has a deep
understanding of how high-end professional services businesses
can enhance their brand reputation through an effective web
and social media presence. He has extensive expertise in creating and upgrading
visuals and content, with an understanding of the overarching
principles of sound design and organization.
He knows how search engines rank sites
based upon content and linkages, as well as how website readers
navigate and learn, and how to attract loyal, repeat visitors.
The Insider’s Guide to Law
Firms praised one of his early sites as "aesthetically
pleasing, easy to navigate and loaded with content."
Miner's genealogy and regional history website, Minerd.com,
created in 2000, has drawn more than one million visitors,
was named one of the "Top 10 Family Web Sites" in
the nation by Family Tree magazine, and has been
featured in the Pittsburgh
Post-Gazette and Pittsburgh
Tribune-Review, among other regional newspapers.
Direction - With a strong aesthetic sense, Miner
has led many video projects on corporate and community service
Tribune-Review called one of his videos "profoundly
moving," one that he directed for the 35th anniversary
of the Lutheran Service
on Wheels program, in partnership with the Chairman/CEO
of Equitable Resources,
Masters Inc. (PMI) and Strategy First. He also
produced a 40th anniversary video for the Pittsburgh Experiment.