Thursday, October 19, 2017

Heyweb - a website builder for small local businesses

Earlier this year Jonatan and I launched a new company called Heyweb. (Breakit wrote about it here.)

Heyweb is a simple but powerful website service for small local businesses, like hair salons, cafés, flower shops, antique stores etc.

These small businesses usually have very little time and money to spend on building and maintaining their websites.

Our solution for these small businesses is a super simple service that creates a nice looking website based on the information they already post on Facebook and Instagram. With Heyweb these businesses can get a website up and running in 15 seconds.

Once the site is up and running, it will automatically pull in news from their Facebook page, and images from their Instagram account. In this way, the website is automatically kept up to date, with no work required.

Businesses that use Heyweb for their website include

Most of our customers are currently in the United Kingdom, but we have customers from all over the world. Check out Heyweb here.

This is what the Knackeriet website looks like. See below :)

Monday, October 16, 2017

Spa hotels around the world

Four years ago - almost exactly on this day! - Jonatan and I released our first boutique hotel website. We had a big party in a grand suite at Lydmar Hotel, a nice hotel in Stockholm. 

In the picture you can see Jonatan preparing the last few things on the website, before the guests arrived to the party. :)

Today Jonatan and I are releasing a few similar websites but with a different theme. It took four years but now, finally, we will also help people find the best spa hotels.

Spa hotels are hotels that people go to in order to relax an unwind. 

Our Swedish website, Spa Hotels Sweden, guides you to 137 spa hotels around Sweden. It is rather inspirational to browse around -  check it out and I am sure you will find some wonderful spa retreats that you would like to visit this fall. :)

And if you are into spa experiences in big cites, you can find spa hotels in Istanbul, spa hotels in Paris or perhaps spa hotels in Berlin

Personally I would recommend some classic spa hotels towns for example in Poland - like spa hotels in Sopot, or Estonia with spa hotels in Pärnu

Or if you want to dream away to the mediterranean, why not check out spa hotels on the Amalfi Coast, on Mykonos, or in Sicily. Ahh... Not too bad.

If you go to the Belmond Hotel on the Amalfi Coast - please let me know what it was like. Thank You. It looks kind of nice, but perhaps a bit pricey.

Or if you find some other super nice spa retreats with our help, let us know. :)