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West Bromwich Website Design
e64 has been providing website design in the West Bromwich area for over 10 years and our enthusiasm and passion for designing stunning websites keeps growing each year.
Having built a wealth of website design experience it is no wonder that we have so many very happy customers in West Bromwich and the surrounding areas. We develop long standing relationships with every customer, and it is these relationships that make e64 as successful as we are.
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 West Bromwich 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.
Working with e64
You can work with e64 confident we will be a long term partner to your business, bringing with us a wealth of experience and offering on-going, up to date advice and information to benefit your business.
We use the latest technologies and techniques where they add benefit to you, and ignore those that don't, in doing so we keep up with all the latest changes in our industry so we can then pass on the information that matters to you and has a positive impact on your business.
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.
Our commitment to you
As you know, your website says a lot about your business, what you offer, what you believe in, your passion and your customer service; so we think it's important to get it right.
Being a website design company in the West Bromwich area makes it very easy to get together with you so we can discuss your needs and use our broad experience to make your site the best it can be.
Here are a few reason why you would choose a website designer from the West Bromwich area:
- Being local to you in the West Bromwich 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.
- We specialise in:
- Stunning Website Design
- Complete eCommerce Solutions
- 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 West Bromwich 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.
West Bromwich was first mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, the name meaning "the little village on the heath of broom" (broom being a particular type of bush). It is believed that it may have originally been part of the Handsworth parish. A Benedictine priory existed in West Bromwich from the 12th century around which the settlement of Broomwich Heath grew. In 1727, the town became a stop on the coaching road between London and Shrewsbury and its growth began.
In the 19th century, coal deposits were discovered, ensuring that the town grew rapidly as an industrial centre, with industries such as spring, gun and nail making developing. Most of the coal deposits were found below the ground a mile or so west of Broomwich Heath, and so the "new" town adopted the name West Bromwich. Well before the end of the 19th century, West Bromwich had established itself as a prominent area to match older neighbouring towns including Dudley and Walsall.
In 1888, West Bromwich became a county borough, incorporating the village of Great Barr. It was expanded in 1966, acquiring most of the borough of Tipton and Wednesbury urban district as well as a small section of Coseley urban district, before joining with the neighbouring county borough of Warley (which contained the towns of Rowley Regis, Oldbury and Smethwick) in 1974 to form the Metropolitan Borough of Sandwell.
Charlemont Hall, built during the 1750s, stood on the west side of the present Charlemont Crescent, in the Charlemont and Grove Vale district of the town. Charlemont Hall was described c. 1800 as 'a lofty neat-looking house of brick, faced with stone, with iron palisades etc. in front'. An east wing was added in 1855. The last occupant was the widow of Thomas Jones, town clerk of Wednesbury 1897–1921. The house was demolished in 1948, and is now covered by a number of smaller detached homes. Much of the surrounding area was developed during the 1960s as the Charlemont Farm housing estate, which ia a mix of private and council housing.
West Bromwich suffered heavily in the Cholera epidemic of 1831 which spread northwards into the town. A temporary board of health was set up and a hospital opened in the former Revivalist chapel in Spon Lane. The natural gradual slope of the land provided drainage within the soil, however, urbanisation made this increasingly difficult and drainage along the streets was described as inadequate. The West Bromwich Town Improvement Commissioners was established in 1854, and they tackled the drainage problem in the town. They appointed members to new titles and in the 1880s bought land in Friar Park for a sewerage farm.