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KeyWestWatch Media

We build custom WordPress websites and develop digital strategies for select small businesses and not-for-profits. We publish Key West Island News, a digital information company.

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Websites & Digital Solutions

For small businesses and not-for-profits

 

KeyWestWatch Media builds and maintains custom WordPress websites for small businesses and not-for-profits. Managing digital media drains resources from small business owners. Those are hours away from customers. KeyWestWatch Media integrates your website and social media; coordinates vendors; manages outreach and marketing; and develops strong, original content.

Key West Island News

Building a community of locals and friends

 

Key West Island News is a locally owned digital information company that connects Key West residents and our off-island friends. We foster our One Human Family culture and advance understanding of shared goals. Our funding comes from local and off-island subscribers and investors. Our advisory board includes residents, journalists and community professionals. Serious reporting — and a touch of Key West weird.

Connect with customers

Today’s marketing environment demands nimble, multi-platform advertising, leave-behind collateral and an understanding of social media and digital advertising and traditional print. KeyWestWatch Media works with small business owners to develop online and in-print strategies to improve visibility and foster strong customer relationships.

Save time and money

Small businesses face challenges with one-time, transformative projects. KeyWestWatch Media tackles short-term projects, including research, development, oversight, integration and follow-up to launch a new business, product, branding campaign or relocation. We will coordinate vendors, contractors, communications and staff.

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Meet Linda Grist Cunningham

Be strong today for we will reap if we do not grow weary

KeyWestWatch Media LLC is owned by editor and proprietor Linda Grist Cunningham, a nationally recognized newspaper editor and publishing executive with more than 40 years of professional experience. Cunningham is a veteran journalist who relocated to Key West in 2012, when legacy media proved itself too cumbersome to change with and adapt to today’s information world. She built her new media company business plan, packed up four cats (now five) and a husband and launched her digital solutions company for small businesses and not-for-profits.

 

 

KeyWestWatch Media

We build custom WordPress websites, manage social media and develop digital marketing strategies for select small businesses and not-for-profits.

LGC Says

LGC Says is a collection of columns, essays and short stories written by Linda Grist Cunningham. The collection includes letters to her grandson and coverage of Hurricane Irma.

 

Key West Island News

Island News is a digital information company that connects Key West residents and friends of the island, fosters our One Human Family culture and advances shared goals.

 

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For all those wondering if the Key West airport is always a zoo these days … Ranger Ed and I made it from curb to gate in less than 10 minutes, including checking bags at 9:45 a.m. Efficient Delta counter folks and TSA through security. Now, 30 minutes later, it’s getting crowded in the departure area and soon there won’t be vacant seats. It’s a busy place for sure, especially because flights are ganged, so to speak, into a short period of time. Personally I think that’s preferable because it gives us on the island longer periods of quiet minimizing the constant drone of flights overhead. ... See MoreSee Less

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I left on Wednesday and I got there a little after 11am. It was quick and easy through check-in and security check point. Once in the gate area though it was hard to find a seat. Planes were leaving quick and seats opened up. People need to just pack a little patience. I flew American and they were just as efficient.

I never have a problem going thru security, etc. it’s just crowded waiting at the gate. We usually find a seat. It’s always quick from drop off to gate. Finally living down here for this month at least!

It is a safety issue. The Fire Marshall should go there any mid day and see people crammed in the waiting area like sardines. They should limit flights until the expansion is complete just like we were told would happen.

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