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Hyperactive Presentations

9 Clients & Projects 4 Reviews

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With over 15 years experience in the website development arena we have grown up with technology

Languages Spoken: English

Employees: 1-5 Established: 1998 Joined: 2014

Speltech Ltd Latest Work
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Hyper@ctive offer a full web development programme from design, build and training.
We also specialise in Mapping, Geolocation SEO and Promotional web services

Industry Sectors

Not for profit / Charity, Food & Drink, Manufacturers & Engineers, Sports & Leisure, Health & Beauty, Other

Tends to work with

Non-profit Organisation, Corporation / Public Company, Small-Medium Enterprise (SME), Private Company

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We Recommend:

Accountant: Kench & Co
Printer: Vistaprint
SEO expert: Hyper@ctive Presentations
Hosting company: UKHOST4U

Recent Projects

  • Speltech Ltd

    Speltech Ltd

    Manufacturers and suppliers of specialist rubber fabrications mouldings extrusions and materials Read More

  • WKD Hair & Beauty

    WKD Hair & Beauty

    Hyper@ctive were commissioned to design and build 2 websites for WKD Hair & Beauty. Both needed to reflect the design and feel of the salons and both should compliment each other. Built using a CMS framwork that allows WKD to update and add content whenever they want. These sites are mobile ready an... Read More

  • Pepsico


    Tropicana online promotion Read More

Recent Reviews

  • Reviewed on 8 Apr, 2014
    Company recommended by reviewer I would like to thank you for all the work you have done for me. I loved the web site and all the images you put on there. Thank you for taking the time to understand the requirements for my site and for your expert advice. The...  Read More

    paul clark
    — C.C.A.P LTD.

  • Reviewed on 8 Apr, 2014
    Company recommended by reviewer From the first meeting we knew that Trevor understood what we wanted to achieve and the reasons behind the brief we gave him. He listened to our ideas and thoughts and taking these created a website which encompasses what we want...  Read More

    Peter Slade
    — Speltech Ltd

  • Reviewed on 7 Apr, 2014
    Company recommended by reviewer I have always found the help and support from Hyper@ctive to be excellent. We have had particular success with a training tool for leisure centres. This is a complex database management tool for lifeguard and staff training needs....  Read More

    Alex Blackwell
    — IQL


Daily Mirror - 2011
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Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Creative Web Design

Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : Providing first class web design like the last 15

Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : Plenty of coffee and inspiration

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Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) – A mystery revealed?
You have a great website, all the trimmings, but no one visits. What do you do? A quick google for ‘web promotion’ or ‘SEO’ will bring up thousands of companies and individuals offering their services, ourselves included. But who do you pick and what are you getting for your budget?

Design or Functionality?
Should a website have good design at the expense of functionality, or vice versa? This depends on the budget available, strictly speaking it should be both. However, if you are on a tight budget, you may have to compromise.

Parallax websites - Fad or Good Design?
You may have come across websites that appear to move in mystical ways. The back image moving slower that the top image etc.. These sites are called 'Parallax' sites and are becoming ever more popular.

Should I have video on my website?
In a word, yes. If you want visitors to stay on your website and return regularly you need to give them a reason to do so..

Picking the right keywords/key phrases for your SEO
A classic error when optimising your website is promoting the wrong keywords or key phrases.

How do you get visitors to see your offers/promotions?
With the cost of Pay Per Click (PPC) at £1.50 and above it can be very costly getting visitors to your website to see your latest offer. Plus how do you know who these visitors are and if they are digesting the information you want them too and more importantly buying? If you have a product, service or event you need to promote then you are limited in your options for online marketing.

Employee Rewards Program
It is now much easier to run and manage employee reward schemes and incentives as most can be done online. As with any promotion or incentive it is important to make sure you are providing rewards that will encourage users to want to achieve/win these rewards, often high street vouchers are given so the widest interest factor can be introduced.