Name: Marcus Miller
Tel: 0121 314 2001
Address: 112 Zellig, The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Digbeth B9 4AA Birmingham
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Clients & Projects: 1
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Languages Spoken: English
No. of Employees: 1-5
Joined WWDC: 2010
A well made and effectively promoted website can lead to more traffic, more leads and more sales, all of which will boost your business. To get to this point you need help understanding the web and the unique opportunities it presents. We provide a complete website service with every website: consultation & strategy - website design and development - marketing and promotion.
Tends to work withNon-profit Organisation
General location of clients:West Midlands and across the UK
Content Management System:We firmly believe in the utilisation of existing technologies to deliver the best projects at the keenest prices. By analysing our clients requirements we look to match them to the most fitting content management system. Primarily, we look to use Wordpress for most smaller business sites and Joomla for larger, portal type systems but the exact system used will always be chosen to meet the needs of the client.
Gender and Education Association
The Gender and Education Association had an old, out-of-date site. The brief was to create a site that they could manage and that would raise awareness of the organisation through search engine optimisation. The budget was tight, but we managed to create a modern, content managed system based on the... Read More
Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Helpful, Effective, Value, Professional, Experienced
Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : As the number provider of high value, integrated website and internet marketing services to small to medium businesess.
Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : I have an interest in computer security along with the history of software and operating system development. Within this genre exist two groups of people known as white hats and black hats. White hats are the good programmers and black hats are the crackers and hackers working against the status quo. Additionally, RedHat is a big Linuxprovider so it seemed apt, that I was a good, friendly programmer from the UK hence: Bowler Hat.