JC Sweet & Co. was founded to provide a solution to those frustrations with a focus on helping local companies use the internet to improve their visibility in their local market. We as a company create and manage websites, social media profiles, and email marketing campaigns.

Many times local companies will sell web development services and internet marketing products to a local business, without considering “Who, What, Why, When, Where, and What is Next?” We sit down face to face with business owners and support staff to not only discuss what has brought their company to the point we are at, but we ask where they want to go. Together as a team we develop a plan of how to get there. ‘

JC Sweet & Co. offers website management services on a monthly or as needed basis, and determine a plan based on the company’s comfort level with technology and available time and desire to learn. JC Sweet & sets up social media accounts and trains users to implement a plan that will be comfortable to use. We will be upfront with cost and timeline associated with our process.

Jenny Crawford, owner of JC Sweet & Co. works face to face with web development clients to increase their visibility in the local market. In addition, Jenny is an award winning ambassador and a volunteer with the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County since 2007 helping to manage the social media for both the Chamber of Southern Saratoga and the regional Think.Buy.Local initiative. In addition, Jenny finds herself lecturing at local seminars including the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County’s Start Up Smart Entrepreneurial Program as well as the SBDC Business Education Seminar series’ located at the University at Albany with her most recent addition as an educator in the SEEDS program.

Jenny Crawford is a connector by nature and prides herself in being a trusted resource for local businesses. She thrives in her role as business owner and Chamber Ambassador as she helps to weave new businesses into the culture of the community. Jenny’s success is due to her belief that the best way to build local business is to cultivate quality relationships and she is eager to educate local business owners on just how to do this through leveraging relationships and technology.