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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.
We specialise in providing Website Design and Development, complete eCommerce systems and Search Engine Marketing to businesses in the Walsall area. In fact if there's something you want done on the web, be it a stunning web design, a clever widget, or something promoted on Google and any other search engine, we can do it.
When it comes to Website Design we have a great approach - we listen to what you want to achieve and what your goals are, and then we work with you to create a solution to meet those goals.
We have been promoting websites for over nine years; we know Search Engines, we know how to use them to market your business or products, and we know how to best target your online market.
e64 has been providing website design in the Walsall area for over 9 years and our enthusiasm and passion for designing stunning websites keeps growing each year.
The growing number of businesses in the Walsall 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.
Because we're small we can easily adapt and change to meet the demands your business will encounter, and being based in the Walsall area it means we are local to you, so it's easy and convenient to arrange a meeting about your project, or a quick review and discussion about how you could adapt your website design to generate more business and better reflect the ever changing shape of your business.
How e64 can help 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.
You need to be able to focus on your business and not worry if you're missing out on something that could benefit your website, and this is why we make sure we keep up to date with all the latest web technologies and techniques. This way we can offer your knowledgeable, sound advice when it's required.
To find out how e64 can help build and develop the online presence for your business, contact us now. 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
Your website is a permanent advertisement for your business, reflecting your culture and what your main goals are. It is fundamental that this is right, and that it presents your business in the right way.
Being a website design company in the Walsall 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 just some of the benefits of choosing a website designer local to Walsall:
- Being local to you in the Walsall 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.
- Our specialties include:
- Website Design
- eCommerce Website
- Search Engine Marketing
- Paid Advertising
- Bespoke Website Systems
- Database Websites
- Discuss your project with the team members working on it.
- We work quickly and efficiently to meet the most demanding deadlines.
- Professional, unique and compelling website designs.
The requirements of website design have moved on significantly, no more so than in the Walsall 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.
For the larger local government district see Metropolitan Borough of Walsall. Coordinates 5235'N 159'W 52.58N 1.98W 52.58 1.98 Walsall (160pronunciation (helpinfo)) is a large industrial town in the West Midlands of England. It is located northwest of Birmingham and east of Wolverhampton. Historically a part of Staffordshire Walsall is a component area of the West Midlands conurbation and part of the Black Country.1 Walsall is the administrative headquarters of the Metropolitan Borough of Walsall though it has changed its name to Walsall Council. In the 2001 census the town had a population of 170994 with the wider borough having a population of 253500. Neighbouring towns in the borough include Brownhills Willenhall Bloxwich and Aldridge. edit History edit Early settlement The name Walsall is thought to have derived from the words Walh halh meaning valley of the Welsh speakers (referring to the Brythons). Walsall is first referenced as 'Walesho' in a document dated 1002. Possibly as a result of a clerical error it is not referenced in the Domesday Book while the settlements of Aldridge Bescot Shelfield Pelsall Bloxwich Great Barr and Rushall within the Metropolitan Borough are.2 However it is believed that a manor was held here by William FitzAnsculf who held numerous manors in the Midlands.3 By the first part of the 13th century Walsall was a small market town with the weekly market being introduced in 1220 and held on Tuesdays.4 The mayor of Walsall was created as a political position in the 14th century. Walsall is known as the town of a hundred trades. (This appellation is a nod to the fact that nearby Birmingham is known as the city of a thousand trades.) The town was visited by Queen Elizabeth I when it was known as 'Walshale'.4 It was also visited by Henrietta Maria in 1643. She stayed in the town for one night at a building named the 'White Hart' in the area of Caldmore.5 Queen Mary's Grammar School was founded by Queen Mary I in 1554 and the school carries the queen's personal badge as its emblem the Tudor Rose and the sheaf of arrows of Mary's mother Catherine of Aragon tied with a Staffordshire Knot.6 edit The Industrial Revolution The Industrial Revolution changed Walsall from a village of 2000 people in the 16th century to a town of over 86000 in approximately 200 years. The town manufactured a wide range of products including saddles chains buckles and plated ware. Nearby limestone quarrying provided the town with much prosperity.7 In 1821 St. Matthew's Church was demolished with exception of the tower and chancel and replaced at a cost of 200007 to a design by Francis Goodwin.8 In 1824 the Walsall Corporation received an Act of Parliament to improve the town by providing lighting and a gasworks. The gasworks was built in 1826 at a cost of 4000. In 1825 the corporation built eleven tiled brick almshouses for poor women. They were known to the area as 'Molesley's Almshouses'.9 The 'Walsall Improvement and Market Act' was passed in 1848 and amended in 1850. The Act provided facilities for the poor improving and extending the sewerage system and giving the commissioners the powers to construct a new gas works.10 On 10 October 1847 a gas explosion killed one person and destroyed the west window of St Matthew's Church.11 48 years after canals reached the town Walsall finally received a railway line in 1847 Bescot having been served since 1838 by the Grand Junction Railway. In 1855 Walsall's first newspaper the Walsall Cou