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Lead Generation Websites

Websites to Drive Sales

We know what it takes to compete in the digital age. Our team of designers and marketers have worked with some of the biggest brands in the world including Ford, Land Rover, Costa and Waitrose.

Our lead generation websites are rich in content to connect with our client's market on every level. Each site showcases their offering to its fullest potential to drive interest with compelling copy and strong calls to action.

The expertise we put into our websites means more traffic, better leads, and setting you up to complete your sale.

Ready for more opportunities? We have all the tools you need.
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Recent Projects

We've developed websites to drive leads for clients within a variety of industries. From bespoke furniture to professional services, we cover it all. Get in touch to find out more.


Anthony Mullan furniture
Bespoke Kitchens & Bedrooms

Anthony Mullan Furniture are an award winning, independent furniture designer and manufacturer.  Digity run an active marketing programme for this client, both online and offline, driving visitors from various sources. The website offers a glimpse into the business and the product offering as well as drives highly targeted leads in to the business.


MDfx Smart Home Solutions
Smart Home Automation Specialists

mdfx are experts in smart home automation. Their previous website didn't resonate with their target audience of high net worth individuals so we re-designed the entire website to showcase their offering. This included the drafting and design of case study pages and making it fully mobile responsive.

See more: www.mdfx.co.uk

Push Mailing
Mailing House, UK

Push Mailing run a fantastic business working with global brands to fulfil direct marketing campaigns domestically. We initially re-designed their website and commissioned a professional photographer to help showcase the business online. This refreshed web presence, increase rankings in search engines, and on-going development of content has made a very positive impact on both quality and quantity of leads generated.


Haes Systems
UK Manufacturer, Fire Sector

Haes Systems are a UK based manufacturer in the fire alarm sector, developing a presence in the international market.  We worked with them to make their key product information and documentation available online. This helped reduce the amount of support calls coming in to the business. Additionally, we developed an international version of the website which focused on a slightly different core offering. 


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Latest Web Design Blog Posts

We're passionate about what we do and sharing great insights and advice - have a look through our latest blog posts:

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By Ellie McDaniel 12 Apr, 2017
We are proud to announce the launch of our new website for Lulu Lush , and we hope you like it as much as we do! 

Lulu Lush is a remodelled ice cream van dishing up cocktails everywhere from intimate parties to festival-scale events as well as offering a party planning service. The brief was simple; create a website that captures the essence of Lulu - a fun loving party girl with a 40's pin-up influence. It was important for us to maintain the strong brand-focused visuals throughout the website and ensure ease of use for visitors.

We are delighted with the website, and would love to hear your thoughts. 
By Catherine Dove 01 Mar, 2017

Building trust in your company is essential to creating a reputable, professional, profitable and ultimately successful business, both online and offline. Whichever sector your organisation belongs to, your premises, staff and environment should evoke reliability and confidence.  The same goes for your online presence. Use these 5 techniques to gain trust with your customers, increase conversion rates for your website and multiply referrals and drive brand awareness.  


1/ Well Known Badges and Logos

Viewers of your website will react positively to recognisable logos and emblems. For instance, if your site offers e-Commerce, badges; such as the McAfee SECURE, Paypal Verified, or the VeriSign logos; will reassure your prospective customer that your site is reliable and secure. On the other hand, if your business is more service based, show off award logos,  previous clients or collaborator/manufacturer emblems. These will make your business appear more renowned, established and trustworthy.

By Catherine Dove 31 Jan, 2017

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, you need to start thinking about how your business will utilise this holiday in your digital marketing strategy (without just making everything heart-shaped).

There have already been some exceptional campaigns launched for 2017’s Valentine’s Day.  With these in mind, here are some quick and simple ways to make the most of the hype surrounding this day.


1/ Theme your landing pages

Even if you are short on time, a themed landing page dedicated to Valentine’s Day is really effective in grouping together your Valentine’s deals, products or events. Last minute gifts for Valentine’s Day are more common than any other holiday, so make sure your offers are still prominent right up-to (and during if you can) the day itself.

Make it obvious on your  website  homepage through the use of through banners, links and relevant images. Whether you are offering spa treatments, promoting meals at your restaurant or selling gifts, broadcast on your website as much as possible what you have to offer during the run up to this big day.


2/ Engage your customers using social media  

Everybody has stories about Valentine’s Day, so why not ask them to share and get some interaction building? People love to talk about themselves so get them talking through a dedicated hashtag. O2’s for example developed #O2tweetheart which worked fantastically well a couple of years back. Equally, not everybody wants to celebrate. More humorous hashtags such as #disasterdates, #worstgifts or #Vdayembarassments often get a much better response! Additionally, the responses you get are perfect for creating content for blogs or emailers.

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