We are delighted to have launched a new website for Broadbent Fabrications. Based in Lincolnshire, the company operates nationally fabricating a variety of bespoke, custom-made items from metal including steel, aluminium and stainless steel.Broadbent Fabrications’ previous website was a one-page site, which has now been altered to offer clearly defined product and service pages allowing for an extra level of granularity needed for marketing purposes. Following the launch of the new website we have been very pleased to have started providing internet marketing services to Broadbent Fabrications, helping to drive more traffic to their website via Google. Due to the type of service the client provides, the site is extremely image driven, providing images of past work undertaken. It also includes a blog with a content management system which allows the client to post regular news and work updates as and when required. Click here to view the website for yourself: https://www.broadbentfabrications.co.uk.
Google Chrome – the internet’s favourite web browser – has begun labelling websites that have failed to upgrade to HTTPS as ‘unsecure’. Google gave webmasters six months notice of the change which has been rolled out as part of the new Google Chrome 68 browser and means that websites that have failed to upgrade are now given a ‘not secure’ tag viewable to anyone who visits their website. If your business has as of yet failed to make the switch, then we highly recommend that you get in touch so that we can help you migrate from HTTP to HTTPS as soon as possible as we anticipate unsecure websites will receive both a drop-in web traffic and a fall in search engine rankings. Please call us today on 0800 988 8366 to discuss your next steps.
We are very pleased to have launched a new website for one of the region’s leading independent stairlift companies. Obam Stairlifts supplies stairlifts, hoists, ramps, through floor and platform lifts.Commenting on the launch, Web Project Manager Matt Rayner said: “We’re delighted with how the website has turned out. We trimmed down the number of pages on the website to allow for easy navigation by visitors. Rather than focusing on individual product pages, we decided to give an overview of the services and products required which would result in the next logical action – to get in touch.“We improved the styling, design and usability of the website from a user perspective while still retaining the ability for Obam to be able to edit the website themselves with new content like images and be able to update their FAQ’s and testimonials. We also utilised Obam’s photoshoot specific shots to give the website a more personalised feel”. Click here to view Obam Stairlifts newly launched website: http://obam.co.uk/
We are very pleased to have launched a new website for UK-wide live entertainment booking agency, LMG Entertainments. LMG are one of the UK’s premier entertainment and after-dinner booking agencies. Based in Lincolnshire, they have supplied a wide range of artists, entertainers, and public speakers to the events sector for over 35 years. With this project we aimed to showcase LMG’s diverse roster of artists in a logical and functional way. We made use of rich colour and imagery, improved navigation and mobile responsive designs to improve SEO performance and create a more user-friendly experience for visitors. In addition to this we created an easy-to-use content management system custom made to the client’s specific needs, so that artists, entertainers and public speakers are able to manage and change their own pages before being moderated and pushed live.Click here to view the completed site: https://www.lmg-entertainments.co.uk/.
DBS have helped Millstone Day Nursery with their marketing efforts since 2005.The Leicester city-centre nursery turned to DBS to update their existing website.The new, full screen, image rich website includes a video shot entirely by DBS that shows Millstone's facilities in their best light.The branding of the new website has also been carried reflected in glossy printed brochures.