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Design and development of open source websites, ebay design and integration and digital marketing.

Languages Spoken: English

Employees: 6-10 Established: 2007 Joined: 2007

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We're known as an open, honest and approachable company with sensible pricing and always offering the best advice for our clients.

We pride ourselves on the quality of work we do and work with a range of businesses from sole traders through to some of Europe's biggest names, you are in safe hands with us!

If you're starting a new business or looking to grow an existing one, we would love to speak to you.

Industry Sectors

Tourism & Travel, Professional Services, Entertainment, Consumer Services, Public Sector, Financial & Legal, Media & Communication, Sports & Leisure, IT, Retail, Other, Health & Beauty, Automotive, Building & Construction, Food & Drink

Tends to work with

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

General location of clients:

Manchester, North West

Content Management System:

We work with the best solution for our clients, be it Energy - our in-house Content Managemetn and eCommerce platform or be it an open source platform such as Magento, Expression Engine, Joomla, Wordpress or Umbraco.

We Recommend:

Accountant: Grundy Anderson Kershaw
Lawyer: Law Hound
SEO expert: RedStar SEO
Hosting company: Everycity

Recent Projects

  • Swifty Scooters

    Swifty Scooters

    Magento website and digital marketing Read More

  • Bobby's Bangers

    Bobby's Bangers

    Independent butcher starts to expand their business from traditional markets to selling online! Read More

  • Activate Nutrition

    Activate Nutrition

    Selling excellent nutritional supplements online and also with ebay Read More

Recent Reviews

  • Reviewed on 12 Sep, 2013
    Company recommended by reviewer Darren and Red Star have been fantastic to work with from the start of the project to dealing with ongoing amendments/updates etc. From the start the company took the time to understand our unique requirements and very quickly got...  Read More

    Michael Unsworth
    — the Kingfisher Community Special School

  • Reviewed on 11 Sep, 2013
    Company recommended by reviewer RedStar Creative has been instrumental in the growth of Totalpost's website. RedStar provides a different approach to SEO where everything is open and honest and the client is completely in control. The SEO is tailored around the ...  Read More

    Kate Simpson
    — Totalpost Services Plc

  • Reviewed on 11 Sep, 2013
    Company recommended by reviewer We found Darren and his team very friendly, and customer focused on every step of the way through the process. The end result was exactly what we wanted. We were in contact every step of the way, and the service was and still is ...  Read More

    Tim Smith
    — Imp K9 Ltd


RAR - 2011

RAR - 2011

Talk of Manchester - 2014


Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : dedicated, honest, approachable, friendly, affordable

Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : I first answered this back in 2008 and I said: "Bigger - we're growing at a slow and steady pace - and we'll make sure that when we do that it isn't detrimental to the quality of service we offer". My answer to this is now stronger, more expert and offering even better service to our clients.

Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : Okay, I am a developer not a designer. I read a guide that said chose a primary colour and a shape... so I did do. Why red? Because I'm an Oldham fan and red was the most obvious colour not to choose... and as for the star - why not?

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