Why Choose Sweet Brier Media?

The clear and distinct advantage of hiring Sweet Brier Media to develop your organization's online presence is our entrepreneurial knowledge, technical ability and flare for the creative. We combine these advantages along with our intense focus on generating positive results and you have a winning solution.

Our Mission

Accelerate client development through smart design & media development, quality research, and forward-thinking marketing strategies.

Our Work Philosophy

Sweet Brier Media is focused on working closely with small business and organizations to grow their business. We will never be the largest design firm, but we maintain design standards and attention to detail second to none. 

Work History

Sweet Brier Media was born as a new venture on January 1st, 2016.

Prior to that, Dan Neel has spent more that 25 years in the technology industry.  Dan was previously a co-owner of CyberTek Engineering, a company that was founded in 1997 as a technical services provided in New Albany Indiana. As of January 2016, Dan will continue to build and maintain websites for future clients as Sweet Brier Media and also as CyberTek Engineering.  

Our Website Work is 100% Guaranteed!

Our customers are the backbone of our business, therefore serving you to the highest of standards is our priority. It is what we strive for, and we stand behind all of our work while offering a 100% complete satisfaction guarantee. 

Commonly Served Industries

My website development work history through the years includes a variety of business and organization classifications including medical offices, dental offices, manufacturing, construction, membership based non-profits, trade unions, arts and humanities non-profits, Main Street Organizations, start-ups, local governments, City Government, Chambers of Commerce, trucking and many more.

Where does the name Sweet Brier Come from? 

Sweet Brier is the name of my historic home. It was built in 1890 by a Quaker family that originally traveled by covered wagon to Salem, Indiana from Winston-Salem North Carolina. The home was built from an original design by George Franklin Barber and appears in Cottage Souvenir which was published in 1887. 

It has been a project of love to restore this home to it's former glory over the recent years.    

Contact Sweet Brier Media today, I would love to make you a better website!


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