Purplex Marketing, the South West based full-service marketing agency have demonstrated their skills once again, with the launch of two new websites for Maxwell House Printers and Newview Windows and Conservatories.
Purplex designed, built and produced search engine friendly copy for both websites which are already generating new business for both clients.
Maxwell House Printers’ website has been created to showcase their wide variety of printing and design services as well as their impressive portfolio, with work created for the likes of Thatcher’s Cider and North Somerset Council.
Their services range from wedding stationery to business cards, brochure design and other bespoke printing services. The family run business has an extensive knowledge amongst their industry and provides a host of print and design services in Somerset.
Based in Weston-super-Mare, Maxwell house are ready to expand and grow their business and are putting the right framework in place by working with Purplex.
Director Andrew comments: “We selected Purplex based on their impressive knowledge of web developing and digital marketing, their wide variety of skills made them the perfect company to develop our new site.
“The team at Purplex have been outstanding and we’re excited to continue working with them in the future.”
Newview Windows and Conservatories, based in the heart of West Sussex, have recently benefited from a new website designed to promote their work amongst the trade, retail and commercial divisions in the window industry, with a main focus on retail and homeowners looking for double glazing solutions.
“The site gives potential customers an exceptional user experience and has been specially designed to work equally well across mobile, tablet and desktop devices. Both companies understood that in order to increase their business through their new sites they would need to implement a strategic and effective online marketing strategy, with a company they could trust to deliver the results. Purplex was the obvious answer.” Comments Adi Day, Head of Digital at Purplex.