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West5web website design and maintenance | London & Brighton
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At this time of year, out thoughts start to turn to turkey dinners, lazy days watching repeats of the Royal Family and trying to cram in that last mince pie. It appears as though most of you out there are doing the same as our work always drops off considerably in December as people gear up for Christmas. Whilst we would rather this were not the case, it does give us time to update our own website with recently completed projects, something we rarely get time to do the rest of the year.
You can see our portfolio at www.west5web.com/design-portfolio.html
We hope you like our work and of course if you need a need a new website building or an existing one maintained, we'd love to hear from you.
For now, we like to wish all our clients, old and new, a very merry Christmas and a peaceful and prosperous new year.
West5web | Website design Brighton
It's great to have the new style West5web website up and running after what seems like an eternity working on it. We hope you like it and would love to hear any comments you may have ... good or bad!!
As West5web is now based in Brighton, we needed to think hard about how to attract new clients in Brighton and Sussex as well as continuing to attract new clients in London and support our existing ones. We're working with a local SEO firm to try and get us onto page one of Google for "web design Brighton" - not easy but I'm confident we'll get there in the end.
If you live in Brighton, London or in fact anywhere in the UK and are looking for a professional but affordable website design company, we'd love to hear from you.
For now, we'd like to wish all our clients and their families a very happy Christmas and a peaceful new year.
I've just been reading about how Google street view has been undergoing a major revamp, with more of the UK being covered. About 65% of the UK's road are now covered by Google street view.
Not everyone however is quite as keen on street view as Google would have us believe. And anyway, is it really that useful? We've all checked out our own houses on street view but do we really use it for more than that?
Having just relocated from London to Brighton, street view was really useful when looking at the location of properties we wanted to view. What do you think? Is Google Street View a good thing?
We've been working hard over the last few weeks to get our new look site up and running.
We figured that as West5web has had a change of location (we're now in Brighton) we could do with a revamp of our old site too!! Hope you like it?