Last week we launched a new WordPress website for Ravenstonedale based Williams Agricultural Engineering, although the family business have been trading since 2005 this was their first website.
We recently redesigned a WordPress website for Dalesway Tyres Ltd, based just off J36 of the M6. Dalesway already had a WordPress website but wanted a new responsive website that highlighted the new services they offered.
What is the greatest challenge for a web designer? Building their own website it would seem.
One of the great things about living in Cumbria is coming across great news places, like the Blacksmiths Arms in Broughton Mills. So we were more than pleased to build them a new WordPress website.
A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all.
It’s always nice to work with local family businesses and none more so than Dandy’s of Barrow. Run by husband and wife Jeff and Jane Dandy for 37 years.
The truth is in the stats, because it’s here that we can see how well (or not) a website has improved. With this is mind we reviewed our Appleby-based client, H. Pigney & Son’s WordPress website traffic in Google Analytics to see how it’s performance has changed over the past 9 months.
Of late we’ve worked on a number of websites that have required managing imports of 100’s if not 1000’s of products to WordPress sites. It’s been an interesting learning curve for us both and means we’ve got another feather in our caps when it comes to helping clients with their business needs.
The new e-commerce site we built for Foxfield Garden Centre was the product of a random phone call and an unexpected meeting last December. We were enthusiastic about business owner Alan Benson’s plan to move into the online market with his wide range of specialist plants. It was his vision to not only sell across […]
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