Bytewire have recently been working hard on developing a brand new website for local KIA dealer, Ken Brown Motors (Harlow). The new site is now live and can be found at it’s home here – http://www.kenbrownharlow.co.uk. Since going live we have struck up a great working relationship with Ken Brown Motors (Harlow) and are working hard in partnership with the Kia Dealership to drive traffic, and ultimately, leads to the business.
During our time working on this project, there are four main factors that we’ve found REALLY matter to a Kia Dealer (or any car dealer) and it’s website.
Big congratulations to Inspirecard (part of Simplyfundraising) for a really successful week of marketing, culminating in being featured in the inside cover of the Essex Chronicle (no mean feat). We’ve been working closely with Inspirecard to create a unique website which compliments and shows off the great work they are doing in the local area.
Check out the article here – Inspirecard – Essex Chronicle Article
WordPress Makes Content Management Fun!
Since my last blog post I have been working diligently at WordPress on a daily basis and have found it to be very easy to use, the fact that you can add so much functionality to your website through the use of an almost unlimited supply of Theme Layouts & Plugins means that there is no end to the possibilities. You can choose among several WordPress hosting sites if you know what functionality you need.
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We are pleased to announce that TDR Construction’s new website is live! TDR are a Road and surface repairs company based in Witham, Essex that we have been working with lately.
They required a new website and although we couldn’t persuade them to take on our new logo (running joke). Due to elevating costs of changing the logo e.g. vans, equipment and clothing had already been branded with the existing logo. Despite this, both us and the client are really happy with the new website.
Last week our latest bespoke website project Marble Solar went live. In collobaration with our friends over at Fubra we built a tool for the Marble Construction Group to measure and advise UK residence of the potential of an un-used roof space for solar energy. Solar Panels have long since been available and the government offers financial incentives for those who choose to go green, and partake in creating renewable energy.
Up until recently solar panels have remained expensive and thus