- Great for Shopping
- Search Proactive
- Flexible Designs
- Easy to Manage
- Proven Technology
Certified Adwords & SEO
- Google Certified Partner
- Generate Traffic
- Improve Conversion
- Effective Keywords
- Increase Business
- No New Software
- Easy to Learn
- Work on any PC
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Black Country Website Design
e64's reputation for providing stunning website design for businesses in the Black Country area has grown for over 10 years, and we get more passionate and enthusiastic each year we do it.
The growing number of businesses in the Black Country area who have used e64 for their website design demonstrates our commitment and enthusiasm for providing excellent designs that really work. Our passion for building lasting relationships with our customers is why so many keep using e64 for their website design.
Being a small website design company, we can easy adapt so we can work with the changing needs of your business, and because we're also in the Black Country area we are close by for any meetings, or project catch ups. In fact we would encourage you to pop in any time to discuss how your website design could generate increased traffic and conversions, using our knowledge and experience we could offer help and advice on how to get the most from your site.
How e64 will benefit you
Choosing a new supplier to partner with can be a time consuming process, which is why we work hard to make sure we build a long a productive relationship with you. Being a small business we can modify our procedures to match your business needs so we can always achieve your goals.
The speed in which our industry changes can be breath-taking, and it's a full time job to keep up to date with everything - which is what we do. We can then make sure we can advise you effectively to ensure you're getting the very most from your website.
We can help promote your business online and improve the business your website generates, call e64 to discuss how. We will happily discuss your requirements and goals, and go through how you can make best use of the website to achieve them..
Alternatively if you would like to read more about our services or review some of our customer testimonials, please browse the rest of our website using the links above, where you'll find plenty of useful information. We also have an e64 blog that is updated regularly that you may also find useful.
What can you expect from e64?
You never know who is looking at your website, so it's important to get it right. We understand that and we think of your website as we would our own, and work with you to make sure that it is a great advert for your business.
Being based in the Black Country area it is very easy to get together to discuss your website design and benefit from the broad experience we can bring to your site.
Here are a few reason why you would choose a website designer from the Black Country area:
- Being local to you in the Black Country area, it's easy to meet up.
- We're a small professional website design company committed to our customers.
- We can tell you openly and honestly what works, and what doesn't, so you can make effective decisions.
- Specialists in:
- Stunning Website Design
- Shopping Website Systems
- Search Engine Optimisation
- Pay per Click Advertising
- Website Programming
- Data Driven Websites
- Discuss your project with the team members working on it.
- Fast and efficient turnaround times to meet any agreed timescale.
- Stunning website designs, professional created.
The requirements of website design have moved on significantly, no more so than in the Black Country area, and the benefits it can provide your business are substantial.We understand what impact this can have to your business, so we make sure your website is a great platform for your visitors, partners and prospects to get the message clearly, concisely and in a way that is in keeping with your business image and values.
The Black Country is a loosely defined area of the English West Midlands conurbation, to the north and west of (but not inclusive of) Birmingham, and to the south and east of Wolverhampton. During the industrial revolution in the 19th century this area had become one of the most intensely industrialised in the nation. The South Staffordshire coal mines, the coal coking operations, and the iron foundries and steel mills that used the local coal to fire their furnaces, produced a level of air pollution that had few equals anywhere in the world.
The Black Country is relatively recent as a concept and identity, the expression deriving from the 1840s. It is popularly believed that the area got its name because of pollution from these heavy industries that covered the area in black soot. There is an anecdote (of dubious authenticity) about Queen Victoria ordering the blinds lowered on her carriage as the royal train passed through. However, historians[who?] suggest that it is more likely that the name existed even before the Industrial Revolution; outcroppings of black coal scarred the surface of the local heath, and the presence of coal so near the surface rendered the local soil very black.
The bounds of the Black Country, however, are controversial, and the whole of Wolverhampton is included by some and not at all by others. A common definition of the Black Country encompasses the three Metropolitan Boroughs of Dudley, Sandwell and Walsall. The town of Dudley is sometimes referred to as being the Black Country's (unofficial) capital.
An older, more precise, de facto definition uses geology and follows the outcroppings of the South Staffordshire "thick" coal seam known locally as the "thirty foot seam", as bounded by the eastern and western boundary faults and on the north by the Bentley fault which divides the South Staffordshire coalfield from the adjoining Cannock Chase coalfield. Near Halesowen and Stourbridge, the coal seams outcropped, providing a southern boundary. The outcropping coal made the soil black over large areas and gave rise to the local name. On this basis parts of Walsall, Wolverhampton and Stourbridge are not part of the Black Country but West Bromwich is, although here the thirty foot seam is at relative depth. These delineations are still of importance locally.
A useful guide for outsiders is to regard the M5 and M6 motorways as the eastern boundary but this, even using the 21st century definition, is only approximately correct as Smethwick is to the east of it and most of Walsall lies north east of the M6 motorway. The definition is simply wrong using the older geological definition.