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Maximum impact. That’s what you need from your marketing and making sure that your marketing activity integrates with your website is an essential part of a successful strategy. That way, if your business is found through an email campaign, a search engine or social media, visitors to your website will be rewarded with the same positive experience. That’s why it’s vital that you identify your business goals and what role your website will play in achieving them.
Love your online customers by giving them the best user experience. Engage more, sell more and be more profitable.
We’ll work with you to identify your business goals, define the website content, map its structure and agree timings.
The beauty of bespoke means you get a website that fits your business perfectly. Because we’ll work with you to plan, map and design the website, you’ll know your site’s going to be fit for purpose. Add to that the features below and you’ve got the makings of a powerful online marketing platform.
Content what?! Don’t worry, it means that you’ll be able to update the website content yourself – easily.
No more pinching and zooming. All our websites are built to perform perfectly on all devices, including mobile phones.
We don't use templates. Your website will be as unique as your business and designed to compliment your brand.
Attract customers and prospects (and increase organic traffic) with regular articles, insights and helpful tips.
Automatically post your news/blog articles to your social media accounts – reuse all that great content.
Custom built subscription forms that integrate with your email campaign account? Sign me up!
Want to capture specific info from your website visitors? Tailor-made, flexible forms are what you need…
Being found in search engines is key for all businesses, so being able to SEO your content is an absolute must.
Great for pointing marketing campaigns at, these lead generating bad-boys are designed for purpose.
We’ll integrate your existing Google Analytics account with your new website (or create a new one for you).
We know how valuable your CRM is, that's why we’ll make sure it integrates seamlessly with your new website.
Need a ‘Quick Order’ system, want a ‘Secure Client Area’ gotta have that ‘Forum’? Music to our ears...
Shirley Routley, CEO, Clochee UK
David Lem, Sales Director, Glastonbury Spring Water
Dale Edwards, Chief Executive, Somerset Chamber of Commerce
Charles Tweed, Marketing Director, Visive
James Harris, Sales Negotiator, Harris & Harris Estate Agents
David Thorne, Sales Executive, Workplace Stuff
Kevin Bond, Managing Director, Somerlap
Malcolm Gill, Owner, Richardson Gill Estate Agents
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