Oregon Publishing Inc. has always held the belief that local matters. That belief led to action in the Lane County community. Owner, Brian Kitching has taken an active role in the local community; volunteering for non-profits, both in physical labor and donation of skills and talent. Oregon Publishing supports several membership based organizations and engages in local business meetings and groups, hosts/plans a monthly networking event to further foster the community’s growth, social relationships and business connections. Staying involved in the community is not only great as a personal reward, but helps keep a pulse on the local market’s climate.
Building relationships in the community and supporting where possible is what creates value in a community. One of Oregon Publishing goals is to establish good working relationships based on trust, honesty, communication and respect. Oregon Publishing is constantly striving to add value to the local community.
We are a Local Company.
Founder Brian Kitching, began his first internet company DeluxeBanners.com in Eugene, Oregon 2004. Five years later, shifting from DeluxeBanners.com and working primarily in global advertising and marking for a range of business’ affiliate programs, to Oregon Publishing. No longer solely focused on banner advertising, allowed the new business to expand, showcasing and marketing a full range of skills and tools to help your business promote and advertise online, beginning with, and focusing on, the website as the core of a business’ online presence.
We are proud to support and sponsor local events and charities
You can have confidence in knowing the level of skill and talent that is offered and at work when your project is handled by Oregon Publishing. The design and skill sets that are brought to you include
- Over 15 years of design and online experience
- Buying, selling, leasing, and setting up Domain Names
- Setting up and managing internet hosting accounts (unix platform)
- Marketing products through digital and print mediums
- Identity and branding packages (Logos, letterheads, business cards)
- Designing ads and ad copy for digital and print use
- Working solo and in group colaborations to launch businesses online
- Working/ building in Second Life (3D social networking platform)
- Developing custom websites and templates, landing pages, contact forms, shopping carts and script installs.
- Using industry standard software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Google Analytics, Yahoo Stores, etc.
Memberships / Organizations
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The man behind the keyboard
I have been working and playing online for over 12 years. In that time I have worn many hats: Designer, Developer, Domainer, Web Host, Affiliate, Marketer, Advertiser and Hacker. I am plagued with the desire to learn whatever technology has to offer. I am an addict. I have to admit it. I crave to know what is going on in several business spheres that revolve around the constantly emerging place we have all come to know as online.
I cut my developement chops on books and manuals at bookstores and libraries and through a 28k dialup using Altavista and Hotwire, hanging out on forums and working bizarre hours to get the client’s project complete on time and on budget.(That part hasn’t much changed over time). I did not have the beauty of Google running on blazing high-speed cable with access to live video. Although, I must admit, streaming video took the doors off whatever was fueling me before and now I’m flying through tutorials, online courses and picking through RSS feeds for tips, tricks, and flexible open source code.
I do it because I have to. I do because I’m in love with the technology. I do it to feel whole. From the time I wake (most days), I’m ready to find out what the online world has on order for me to create and who has filled my Feed-Reader with lessons to teach me. When my clients are happy and projects are on track, I’m engaged in self study of programming languages, social media, chasing down a lead for a domain property or following up a sale.