28th September 2011

website review: askafreemason.com

Welcome to our very first masonic website review. Today we are going to focus on http://www.askafreemason.com – a website produced by the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. The site acts as a portal for all those who are curious about Freemasonry in the USA.

When the site loads, you are greeted by a bright, warm and welcoming home page. The home page has a simple structure which works well and is fit for purpose. The layout uses three rows to organise the structure: header, content and footer. The colour scheme is based around rich warm reds, browns and golds. The content area is a striking photo-montage featuring the main character, Benjamin Franklin, a Freemason and one of America’s founding fathers. Richard Easton portrays Benjamin Franklin in both photo and video form. One such video is included below.

Video: Ben Franklin Chats
Ben Franklin Chats.

The videos featuring Richard are the real jems of the site. The quality of the message and the delivery is fabulous. They are truly inspirational videos that are sure to generate many new enquiries about joining the Masonic fraternity. If you are interested in joining Freemasonry and would like to join our lodge please go to: Guide to joining the Freemasons and the Lodge of Happiness.

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No. 7952
Est. 1964

Tel: 0845 474 7952 Address: Severn Street Masonic Hall, 60 Severn Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B1 1QG.
You won't find a happier place to join a lodge and be a Freemason.

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Please note: We cannot guarantee that any link or feed from this site has been approved by the United Grand Lodge of England or the Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire. Neither can we guarantee that any subsequent link from their pages are recognised by, or have the approval of the United Grand Lodge of England or the Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire.