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McGregor Media Web Design

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We get small businesses online.

Languages Spoken: English

Employees: 1-5 Established: 2011 Joined: 2012

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McGregor Media's aim is to ensure that you get the best website design for your budget - whether you're starting out in business or have been in business for a while and are only now looking to the internet. We've designed successful websites for businesses in the manufacturing, entertainment, sports and service sectors and we'd love to add your business to our portfolio of clients.

Industry Sectors

Food & Drink, Not for profit / Charity, Building & Construction, Retail, Automotive, Manufacturers & Engineers, Entertainment, Sports & Leisure, Other, Financial & Legal, IT, Health & Beauty, Media & Communication, Professional Services

Tends to work with

Private Company, Non-profit Organisation, Small-Medium Enterprise (SME), Entrepreneur

General location of clients:

North East England

We Recommend:

Lawyer: Kidd and Spoor
SEO expert: The Search Engine Optimisation Company
Hosting company: Unlimited Web Hosting

Recent Projects

  • Poppy Kitten Designs

    Poppy Kitten Designs
    https://poppykittendesigns.co.uk/

    Poppy Kitten Designs source and handmake beautiful jewellery and gifts. Read More

  • Teesside Kitchens

    Teesside Kitchens
    http://teessidekitchens.co.uk

    Teesside Kitchens is a Middlesbrough-based kitchens and joinery business. Read More

  • WF Executive

    WF Executive
    http://www.wfexecutive.com/

    WF Executive supplies chauffeur-driven vehicles to the executive market and car hire for celebrations such as weddings and proms. This is a redesign of WF Executive's five year old site. Read More

Recent Reviews

  • Reviewed on 3 Feb, 2014
    Company recommended by reviewer I contacted McGregor media because I have seen their work before hand and thought was very good just what I was looking for. I already had a website but the company who built it would not change it or update it unless I paid a ve...  Read More

    greg davies
    — greg davies painting and decorating

  • Reviewed on 6 Nov, 2013
    Company recommended by reviewer McGregor Media have done an amazing job from start to finish - and even now the website has been launched and been going almost a whole month they are still there to help and answer any questions I have. I am not very 'tech minde...  Read More

    Gemma Breese
    — Crafters Boutique

  • Reviewed on 4 Jun, 2013
    Company recommended by reviewer Testimonial – McGregor Media Website Design I first contacted McGregor Media Website Design (Andy) on the recommendation of a friend, during the whole process of initial discussions to published website I found the company to...  Read More

    Robert Barker
    — Barking Finance Ltd

Awards

Middlesbrough Enterprise Gateway - 17-11-2011
Strictly Come Business - Pre-Start category (runner up)

Interview

Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : We get businesses online

Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : I see McGregor Media having a strong and enviable portfolio of delighted customers who are happy to recommend us to their business peers. I'll have retired by then of course. Somebody else will be making the coffee.

Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : It's my surname!

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Articles

Are you packed?
Why do so many businesses go with a packaged website company, only to find the "professional website in minutes" doesn't materialise?

Like and share - why brands need to know Facebook’s rules
We’ve all seen them. A brand’s Facebook page posts a photo showing a prize. “Like our page and share this photo to enter!” proclaims the accompanying blurb. What’s not to like? The answer is: Facebook doesn’t like it. And this type of Facebook competition could get a brand into some trouble.

Twitter. What's it all about?
It’s hard to watch television, look at an advertisement or walk down the street without seeing a prompt to tweet or use a particular hashtag.These are a few tips for small businesses on how to maximise your potential when tweeting.

Email spam: how did you get my email address?
We’ve all been in this scenario: you open up your email app and there’s a barrage of spam. But the email address it’s been sent to isn’t one you have listed on your website, it’s your personal email address at your domain. So how did they get this email address?