Katie Wilson, an award winning expert in website design, web marketing, and SEO (search engine optimization), is the founder of Aspire Internet Design, LLC.
Since 2002, Katie has helped hundreds of businesses excel online by creating professional, user-focused websites and web marketing platforms which enable her clients to engage with their target audiences, meet their business objectives, and take their companies to the next level.
Katie holds a master of business administration (MBA) and graduated with honors (magna cum laude) from the University of Nevada, Reno.
Katie lives in Denver, Colorado with her husband and two daughters.
“Katie with Aspire ID has been amazing! She is very easy to work with and gets things done quickly.”
— Debbie DeGrace, Comfort Air Distributing
“Katie at Aspire ID is great to work with and goes above and beyond to help any way possible.”
— Boe Kampbell, Eastside Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.
“Katie, at Aspire ID, was easy to work with and had some great suggestions on how to improve the site and improve traffic to it.”
— Pat Comeford, Indoor Air Quality, Inc.
“I cannot say enough wonderful things about working with Katie….she was always thorough and responsive to our needs/questions and brought her own ideas and expertise to the table, too – helping us think of things to enhance the site that we might not have otherwise. She created a beautiful site for us. You can trust Katie to get the job done!”
— Jean Gordon, The Arvada Visitors Center
“Aspire was great, Katie promptly solved our issues. Within 1 to 2 weeks we began showing up on the first page of Google. After 1 month we rotated between 1st and third.”
— Jordan Keaton, James Drilling
“Katie met with us about re-designing our site, and immediately, we felt comfortable. She had great ideas, and knew exactly what we were looking for. She was very organized in her approach to the development of the site, and we always knew what our responsibilities would be and what she would do for us. Katie was very quick to make any additions or changes that we requested.”
— Denise Dyson, Rocky Mountain Primary Care