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Whether you are a small private company or a large public corporation, Baker Myers has the solutions to bring your website to a fully-functional and graphically exquisite will full access to social media connections, shopping carts, investor relations tabs, and much more.

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We create your website from scratch - not on a customized template but created for your Company's needs.

Custom Domain

Your website on a custom domain - we do all the work. You just sit back and relax.

Custom Reporting

Get access with a username and password to our online portal where you can view reporting based on traffic, page views and so much more.

Custom Features

We offer a range of custom features to enhance your website based on the industry of your business.

Included Features When you Hire Us

That No Other Company Offers

A fully functional website custom built to match your business needs with custom photos and videos including a logo if one has not been made for your business already.

Full legal review provided by JSM Law Group, P.C. included (very valuable for publicly traded companies)

Efficient monitoring of your website with quick abilities to make changes based on the needs of the Company

Full social media integration and posting - don't have social media accounts? Not a problem - we set it up for you and do all the work.

Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest post related to your industry - spend time doing your job - let us do ours.

Plus so much more...as everything is custom to our standards, we take clients based on our availability and the needs of the project.

Public Company Websites

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TECHNOLOGY

Baker Myers specializes in building websites for publicly-traded companies who wish to represent their business and information who wish to stay compliant. Baker Myers can integrate this information, including XBRL filings by coordinating with your Edgar Agent, in addition to providing useful tools for your investors such as responsive forms, interactive trading charts, and information about your Company.

Custom Features:

Custom-created Website Based on your Business

Corporate Information and Corporate Governance

Investor Tab with Coordinating Information

Professional email and responsive forms

Specific document for Investors or Investor Forms can be Integrated on Website

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SEC Compliance Integration

  • SEC Mandatory Compliance Website Information

    Annual Report and Proxy Information (Rule 14a-16, Exchange Act)

    A company must post its annual report, proxy statement, and proxy card on a publicly available website other than EDGAR, if it delivers its proxy materials electronically. The website used for disclosing this information will typically be the company’s own website. The information must be presented in a format that is convenient for reading online and for printing.

    10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K (Item 101(e), Regulation S-K)

    Accelerated filers and large accelerated filers are required to post Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, including all amendments, on their websites. These forms must be posted as soon as reasonably practicable after they are filed with the SEC. Access to the reports can be granted through a hyperlink to the SEC’s website or through a third party, so long as there is no charge associated with obtaining the information. It is recommended that information referenced within these reports be posted for at least 12 months.

    Forms 3, 4, and 5 (Rule 16a-3(k), Exchange Act)

    Forms 3, 4, and 5, including all exhibits and attachments, must be posted on the company’s website for at least 12 months. These reports must be posted by the end of the business day after they are filed with the SEC. They can be posted directly to the company’s website or through a hyperlink on the site. If a hyperlink is used, it must be separate from any other links and connect directly to these reports.

    XBRL Data (Rule 405, Regulation S-T)

    XBRL interactive data files must be posted on the company’s website by the end of the day that the company filed or was required to file the periodic report. This information cannot be provided with a hyperlink to the SEC website. It must remain posted on the company’s website for 12 months.

    Delisting Securities (Rule 12d2-2(c)(2)(iii), Exchange Act)

    A company must disclose its intention to delist or deregister its securities on its website. Additionally, the company must issue a press release stating its intention to delist these securities.

    Use of Conflict Minerals (Item 1.01(b) and (c), Form SD)

    Information about the use of conflict minerals, if any are required for the production or functionality of a product manufactured by the company, must be disclosed on the company’s website. The company must also provide a link to this information on Form SD.

  • SEC Optional Compliance Website Information

    Regulation G (Rule 100, Regulation G and Item 2.02, Form 8-K)

    If non-GAAP financial measures are disclosed orally, the Regulation G requirements can be completed by posting the information to the company website and providing the website address during the presentation. It is recommended that this information be posted for at least 12 months.

    Earnings Calls (Rule 100, Regulation G and Item 2.02, Form 8-K)

    A company must make its earnings calls known to the public prior to the earnings call through a press release. Additionally, it must post an audio file to its website with all previously undisclosed information that was released during the call, in order to avoid filing an additional 8-K. Furthermore, the company must post a presentation of the new information on its website before the call occurs. If new information is unexpectedly released during an earnings call, the information must be promptly posted to the company’s website. All earnings call information should be posted for 12 months.

    Regulation FD (Rules 100 and 101(e), Regulation FD)

    A company can use its website to make disclosures required under Regulation FD, if the website provides broad, non-exclusionary distribution of the information to the public. However, it will likely have to use other methods also, such as a press release or conference call, because disclosure on a website alone is generally considered insufficient.

    Audit/Compensation/Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee Charter (Item 407(c-e), Regulation S-K and Instruction 2 to Item 407)

    If the company’s audit, compensation, or nominating and corporate governance committees have charters, the charters must be either included as an appendix to the company’s proxy statement at least once every three years or be posted on the company’s website and notated in the proxy statement that the charters are available on the website, with the website address included.

    Shareholder/Board Communication Procedures (Item 407(b) and (f), Regulation S-K)

    The shareholder/board communication policy and procedures must be either included as an appendix to the company’s proxy statement or be posted on the company’s website and notated in the proxy statement that they are available on the website, with the website address included. The company must include information regarding how shareholders can contact board members; how it is determined which communications are forwarded to board members; and the policies regarding director attendance at annual meetings and the number of directors that attended the annual meeting the previous year.

    Shareholder/Board Communication Procedures (Item 407(b) and (f), Regulation S-K)

    The shareholder/board communication policy and procedures must be either included as an appendix to the company’s proxy statement or be posted on the company’s website and notated in the proxy statement that they are available on the website, with the website address included. The company must include information regarding how shareholders can contact board members; how it is determined which communications are forwarded to board members; and the policies regarding director attendance at annual meetings and the number of directors that attended the annual meeting the previous year.

    Code of Ethics (Item 406(c) and (d), Regulation S-K and Item 5.05, Form 8-K)

    A company may disclose its code of ethics by: (1) including the code of ethics as an exhibit to Form 10-K; (2) indicating in the annual report that the company will provide a copy of the code of ethics free of charge upon request, and instructions on how to make such a request; or (3) posting its code of ethics on the company website and indicating in its annual report that it is posted there, including providing the website address. Compliance with the requirement to disclose amendments or waivers to the code of ethics can be completed by posting the information on the website within four days of the amendment or waiver. To use this process for amendments or waivers, the annual report must state that this method will be used for disclosing amendments or waivers, and include the website address. Amendments and waivers must be disclosed on the website for at least 12 months. Waivers to the code of ethics can also be disclosed on Form 8-K.

    Director Independence Standards

    If a company has its own director independence standards, in addition to stock exchange standards, the standards must be posted on the company’s website or included in the proxy statement, as an appendix, at least every three years.

  • Additional NYSE Requirements

    Publicly Accessible Website ( Section 307.00 NYSE LCM)

    Companies listed on the NYSE are required to maintain a publicly accessible website.

    Annual Reports (Section 203.01 NYSE LCM)

    Annual reports must be posted on the company’s website, unless the company posts its Form 10-K instead. The company can either follow the disclosure requirements under SEC Rule 14a-16 or simultaneously issue a press release stating that the annual report is available on its website, providing the website address, and stating that shareholders can get a free hard copy upon request.

    Certain Contribution to Tax Exempt Organization (Section 303A.02(b)(v), NYSE LCM)

    Contributions to tax exempt organizations where an independent director serves as an executive officer must be reported in either the company’s proxy statement or on its website, if the contributions for the past three years exceed the greater of $1 million or 2% of the tax exempt organization’s consolidated gross revenues.18 If any information is disclosed on the company website, the annual proxy statement or annual report must state that the information is on the website, and include the website address

    Executive Sessions Director Disclosure  (Section 303A.03, NYSE LCM)

    The name of the director who presides over executive sessions must be disclosed on the company’s website or in its proxy statement. If it is not always the same person, the procedure for determining who presides over each meeting must be disclosed. The method for contacting the director or directors must also be listed on the company’s website or proxy statement

    Charter of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee  (Section 303A.04, NYSE LCM)

    The charter of the nominating and corporate governance committee must be listed on the company’s website.20 If any functions of that committee are delegated to another committee, the charter of that committee must also be posted.

    Charter of the Compensation Committee  (Section 303A.05, NYSE LCM)

    The charter of the compensation committee must be listed on the company’s website. If any functions of that committee are delegated to another committee, the charter of that committee must also be posted.

    Charter of the Audit Committee  (Section 303A.07, NYSE LCM)

    With the exception of closed-end funds, the charter of the audit committee must be posted on the company website. Additionally, if an audit committee member simultaneously serves on the audit committee of more than three public companies, the board must disclose its determination that such service will not impair the member’s ability to serve on the company’s audit committee on either its website or in its proxy statement.

    Corporate Governance  (Section 303A.09, NYSE LCM)

    The company’s corporate governance guidelines must be posted on its website.

    Code of Business Conduct  (Section 303A.10, NYSE LCM)

    The company’s code of business conduct and ethics must be posted on its website. If a waiver of the code of business conduct and ethics is granted, it must be disclosed within four business days by posting on the company’s website, distributing a press release, or filing a current report on Form 8-K with the SEC.

    Statement of Significant Differences  (Section 303A.11, NYSE LCM)

    Foreign private issuers that are not required to file Form 20-F with the SEC must either post their statement of significant differences on their websites or in their annual

    reports. If the statement of significant differences is posted on the company’s website, the company must disclose that fact in its annual report and provide the website address

  • Additional NASDAQ Requirements

    Annual Report (Nasdaq Equity Rules 5250(d)(1))

    A company must make its annual report available to shareholders within a reasonable time after filing it with the SEC.28 There are three options for complying with this requirement: (1) mailing the report to shareholders; (2) following the disclosure requirements under SEC Rule 14a-16; or (3) posting the annual report on its website and simultaneously issuing a press release stating that the annual report is available on its website, providing the website address, and stating that shareholders can get a free hard copy upon request. Companies are also encouraged to make interim reports available using technological methods that are more cost effective.

    Unit Disclosures (Nasdaq Equity Rules 5225(a)(3))

    NASDAQ has disclosure requirements for companies who issue units. A unit is more than one class of securities traded together. A company must provide the terms and conditions of components of the unit and the ratio of components of the unit on its website, if it has one. It must also disclose when a component of the unit is listed separately on NASDAQ.

    Non-Independent Director to Nomination or Compensation Committee (Nasdaq Equity Rules 5610)

    A company who appoints a non-independent director to its nomination or compensation committee based on exceptional and limited circumstances must disclose the board’s determination that the decision is in the best interests of the company on its website or in its proxy statement.

    Waivers to the Company's Code of Ethics (Nasdaq Equity Rules 5615(a)(3)(B))

    Waivers to the company’s code of ethics must be disclosed within four business days either on the company’s website, by issuing a press release, or by filing a current report on Form 8-K.

    Foreign Private Issuer NASDAQ Listing Rules (Nasdaq Equity Rule 5615-3)

    A foreign private issuer may disclose any of the NASDAQ listing rules it does not follow because it is following rules from its home country only on its website, if it is not required to file Form 20-F.32 If the foreign private issuer is required to file Form 20-F, NASDAQ recommends that the disclosure be made on the company’s website in addition to the requirement to disclose in the company’s annual reports to the Commission

    Index Fund Shares (Nasdaq Equity Rule 5705(b)(1)(B)(iv))

    Listing of a series of Index Fund Shares requires daily public website disclosure of portfolio holdings that will form the basis for the calculation of the net asset value.

Dedicated Customer Support

Our team is dedicated to getting your business to next level online and are available to assist the needs of our clients.

     Website Designs

BIOTECH

SOLAR

TECHNOLOGY

LEGAL

BEAUTY

BAKERY

ABOUT US

EDUCATIONAL

ARTWORK GALLERY

TECHNOLOGY

BRAND

CAFE

GRAND OPENING

MEDIA

REAL ESTATE

RETAIL

GALLERY

ARCHITECTURE

NON-PROFIT

HOTEL GALLERY

HAIR SALON

SOCIAL

ADVERTISING

DESIGNERS

PLATFORMS

DIGITAL SALES

RESTAURANT

FAST FOOD

NIGHTCLUB

BREWERY

NON-PROFIT

SERVICES

MOBILE APP

PORTFOLIO

SOUND RECORDING

E-COMMERCE

VISUAL EFFECTS

SHOWCASE

WELLNESS

BLOGGER

INFORMATIVE

PROJECTS

WIDGETS

SHOWCASE

PROJECTS

ACHIEVEMENT

ENTERTAINMENT

START-UP

GALLERY

WINDOWS

WEB DESIGN

Travel

Printing

Printing

Contact

Lifestyle

Mail App

Frame

Promotion

Engaging

Remembrance

Architecture

Floral

Showcase

Extreme Sports

Connoisseur

Countdown

Location

Sushi

Wedding

Templates

Customization

Domains

Our websites are created with modern browsers and mobile devices in mind. They employ the latest HTML, CSS and Javascript techniques.

Be inspired with any design from our templates. We can Personalize fonts, colors, and layouts to create the custom look you want.

We can put your website on a domain you own are another domain. We also provide one free email address for your business.

Social

SEO

Analytics

Included in our package is the handling of  your social media accounts helping you keep your business aligned in the social community.

Our websites are loved by search engines. They include clean article links, proper tagging, XML sitemaps, and valid XHTML code.

View the traffic and behavior of visitors in real-time. Learn where they're coming from, and what search keywords they're using to find you.

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With our reliable and scalable cloud infrastructure, there's nothing to install, patch, or upgrade. Ever.

Rest easy knowing real people are ready to help you.

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