We pride ourselves on producing high quality websites that fully conform to the highest web standards. Our sites are accessible and search engine friendly, making sure that all our sites have the best possible chance of succeeding where so many others fail.
Part of our commitment to working on web design for Hertfordshire businesses and setting up small company websites, we are also looking to work with community groups to build easy to use, accessible and simple web sites to allow them to talk to their members. If you represent a music group, society or other community group in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire or Cambridgeshire and feel you need to update your website or even talk about your options to get online for a low cost but high value, please contact us.
We have various options for non-profit organisations in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire that would allow you to have a high quality website with a content management system so you can update your web design and content without needing to get involved with the HTML or other coding on the site.
Apart from web design we can also discuss how best to use social media such as Twitter, Facebook and MySpace to get people involved and talking about your group or society. We would love to hear from anyone interested in getting their local community group online especially in the Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire or Cambridgeshire area.
Over the last few months we’ve been updating the design and layout of 100 Percent People to give it a bit of a boost but more importantly we’ve moved the whole site over to some new platforms.
The original site was sitting on a bespoke .asp backend with community features and directory included. When we were asked to add a more funcional news system we added WordPress but the project budget didn’t extend to a complete overhaul.
We took the .asp backend out and started again from scratch – importing the existing WordPress posts and pages to the new site, adding on a new directory system and linking up with KickApps for the community.
The rebuild has meant that a lot of backlinks were lost in the search engines and the site has had to start again to gain momentum and traffic but with WordPress pinging out new articles around the web and the community features of KickApps, things are moving on quickly. They are now getting new members every day and, with the increase in news postings and other articles, the hit rate across the site is slowly growing.
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