American Jewish World’s existing website was removed by their hosting company, which claimed the site had been infected. The hosting company then created a new domain, imported all content into a new template, and launched that site. When we stepped in, we immediately moved hosting companies and restored the original domain name.
For the new website layout, we took all existing articles and re-categorized them to make it easier for readers to navigate the website and find relevant content. We then used a format that more closely resembled a news site.
The American Jewish World has been publishing for over 100 years and has served as an important news resource for the Jewish community. The Jewish World unites the main Jewish communities in St. Paul and Minneapolis, as well as those in Duluth, Rochester and smaller cities, and bridges the divides between the various Jewish religious streams.