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We adopt new procedures and technologies where appropriate to ensure up-to-the-minute Web site design and creation, striving for excellence throughout.

NEW WEBSITE FOR HGV TRAINING FIRM

20 March 2012

David Watson Transport, one of the largest specialist loader crane truck hire companies in the UK, now has a new Website for their Training Division.

Having had e2 media build their previous Website, David Watson Transport came back to us with the brief of building a sister Website for their new commercial training service. The brand and user-friendly navigation was carried through to create empathy between the Websites, further strengthening the David Watson brand and identity.

Our enhanced Content Management System allowed DW Training staff to fully populate the Website themselves for launch, and with the ability to add new Training Courses and Course Dates in the future the Website will be kept up to date with the latest information.

Sales Director, Mark Watson said: “After successfully building a great website for us previously we had no hesitation in contacting e2 media again to build us another one. Once again we were not disappointed. The new and improved CMS function that allows us to edit our own site and keep it up to date is superb and so simple to use. In fact, I would like to discuss implementing that same system on our other sites. Once again thank you for all your hard work and I look forward to working with you on future projects.”

www.dw-training.co.uk

YOUR ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS ARE NOW ONLINE

28 February 2012

YES provide expertise in desk studies, site investigation and remediation for evaluating the risks associated with contaminated land and came to e2 media with the need to create a new online presence.

The bespoke Content Management System allows YES staff to manage their page meta keywords and friendly URLs to promote Search Engine Optimisation. They can also easily add, edit and delete page content and imagery, and add new Case Studies to their ever expanding portfolio of work.

Andrea Woodcock, Managing Director at YES commented: “Creating and activating my Website was quite a daunting and stressful task. Consequently I contacted e2 media for some needed help, and cannot express how good a move this was. e2 media were extremely efficient and friendly in providing an excellent service, and it’s thanks to them and their designer that the Website is up and running and looks as it does – thank you so much”.

www.urenvironmentalsolutions.com



NEW ONLINE SHOPPING WEBSITE FOR NEW JEWELLERY COMPANY

8 November 2011

e2 media today launched the new online shopping Website for HeartLynx – exquisite silver jewellery designed from the heart.

Utilising e2 media’s bespoke Content Management System (CMS), products can be added edited and managed by HeartLynx staff online, giving total flexibility and control. Page content and promotional areas are also updatable through the CMS allowing HeartLynx to keep their customers informed of all the latest offers and product lines. Credit/Debit card payments and PayPal Account orders are all accepted and verified online.

www.heartlynx.co.uk



AUDIO NORTH WEST WEBSITE NOW ONLINE

28 October 2011

The new Website for Audio, Lighting and Video specialists Audio North West Ltd is now live.

The Website features e2 media’s bespoke Content Management System which enables Audio North West’s staff to add, edit and manage all site content and imagery including the interactive sliding banner. We have also integrated direct Social Networking links and real-time Facebook updates are shown on the Homepage.

www.audionorthwest.co.uk



GRAYLINGS FISH & CHIPS WEBSITE LAUNCHED

2 September 2011

Family run business Graylings Fish & Chips, came to e2 media wanting a modern, user-friendly Website to enhance their new brand and renovated shop.

We created a Website which incorporates contemporary photography of the restaurant and the menu options. There is also a review page which invites customers to leave their comments of Graylings, and a direct link to ‘Like’ Graylings’ Facebook page for future offers and updates.

www.graylingstogo.co.uk



NEW WEBSITE, BRAND & LOGO FOR KUSHTI CAKES

2 September 2011

e2 media today launched the Website for South Molton based cake designer Kushti Cakes, after being appointed to create a whole brand package solution.

We produced an elegant logo and colour scheme to convey the beautiful handmade creations which are designed by Kushti Cakes. The Website dynamically imports photography uploaded to Flickr.com straight into the Portfolio page, ensuring that the Website is kept up to date with the latest cake pictures.

www.kushticakes.co.uk



WEBSITE REDESIGN FOR NELSON BIRCH & SONS LTD

1 April 2010

A new Website has just been launched for Nelson Birch and Sons Ltd following a redesign.

Nelson Birch & Sons Ltd, formally Birch Road Construction, was in need of a new-look Website to compliment their new name and brand. e2 media created a modern, clean and user friendly solution, showcasing the range of services on offer. The new site also features an updatable scrolling banner image with direct links into site content.

e2 media are now planning a digital marketing campaign for Nelson Birch & Sons to increase awareness of their new brand.




BRAND NEW SITE FOR DESIGN79

15 September 2009

We are pleased to announce the launch of the eye catching and fully content manageable Website for Design79 - Cornwall's hottest design agency.

Design79 offer a full graphic design service and created their own Website templates for e2 media to build to their specifications. The brief was to have an easy to update website, so a bespoke Content Management System was created to enable Design79 to add, edit and delete pages and to upload and order keynote banner imagery. To ensure Search Engine Optimisation, the Administration system also allows Design79 to manage page meta details and friendly URLs.

The manager at Design79 said "e2 media built the site to look and navigate exactly how I planned. The full content management system allows me to update all content areas of the site myself any time, and it is so easy."

www.design79.co.uk



UK SMALL BUSINESSES WITHOUT A WEBSITE MISS OUT ON £235 BILLION IN TURNOVER

27 July 2009
  • Research shows 52% of small businesses still do not have a website
  • Small businesses without a website lose an average £52k a year in potential turnover each

Over half of small businesses in the UK do not have a website despite research revealing an average 37% increase in turnover among small businesses with an online presence*. The findings, released today by Mr Site, the website creation package and PayPal, the leading online payments service, show that small businesses without a website could be collectively reducing their turnover by as much as £235 billion**.

Despite consumers embracing the digital age, and the Government’s pledge to transform the UK into one of the leading digital world economies by 2012***, the study indicated that a large proportion of small businesses are still not cashing in on the potential of the internet. 61 per cent of small businesses selling goods and 46 per cent of service-providing small businesses reported they are yet to take the plunge and get online.

Among businesses that have an internet presence, over half (56 per cent) stated their overall turnover had increased since the introduction of a website. The average reported increase in turnover for small businesses since having an online presence is 37%. This means that small businesses without a website could potentially be missing out on additional turnover of as much as £52,000 each****.

The study suggests that a fear of the potential set up costs is the main reason so many small businesses are holding back from getting a website. Almost a quarter (24 per cent) of small businesses surveyed estimated they would need to spend at least £500 or more to get started up online. An additional 25 per cent admitted to having no idea how much cost is involved in website development, whilst 21 per cent thought setting up a website with e-commerce facilities would cost an extra £250.

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