We are working with over 250 business owners in Tooting, London and Surrey expanding their businesses with our value packed WordPress web design packages.
If you run a business and are looking for web design Tooting, we can create you a website that will stand out from your competitors and help your business generate more customers and sales.
Since we launched our web design agency 13 years ago we have worked with over 250 local business owners, building award winning WordPress websites from startups to large nation wides including a celebrity chef! We are focused on delivering the companies we work with in Tooting more customers, boosting their sales and growing their profits. Read the reviews and case studies below to see how the clients we have worked with have benefited from our work.
So if your business needs to spread the word and establish a strong online presence, we are the web design agency in Tooting you need to speak to. We have the expertise to build successful websites and drive traffic to them, transforming underperforming websites into sales machines!
We can help your business with our great value Tooting WordPress web design packages shown below. Call or send us an email to find out how we can work with you to build a better future for your business.
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Settled in pre-Saxon times, Tooting’s name has an Anglo-Saxon origin and could have several meanings. Tooting could mean ‘the people of Tota’ with Tota meaning chieftain. Another interpretation could be ‘tout’ which means to look out, this may have referred to watchtowers that could have been in Tooting where the road to London ran.
A Roman road called Stane Street ran through tooting leading to London and Chichester. The current hight street in Tooting follows the route of Stane Street. During Saxon times, Streatham and Tooting (then called Toting-cum-Stretham) was the property of the Abbey of Chertsey. A Viking called Suene was believed to have been given part or all of Tooting, King Athelstan (933) returned Totinge (Tooting) to Chertsey Abbey.
Tooting is listed in the Domesday Book (1086) as Totinges. In the following Norman period Tooting came into the ownership of the De Gravenel Family, and the name was changed to Tooting Graveney.
The upper part of Tooting called Tooting Bec was administered as part of Streatham and was held as a manor by the Abbey of Hellouin Bec, this is how how it acquired the ‘Bec’ as part of its name. The Domesday Book shows is assets as 5 hides with 5.5 plough lands with a value of £7.
During the late Victorian period, Tooting was developed with some development continuing in the Edwardian period. The main development of Tooting happened in the 1920’s and 30’s.
Tooting WordPress web design projects
“We needed help from a professional web design agency to launch our new incident response app for schools. We chose Indigo Marmoset, their previous work looked great and gave us confidence in their service. The website they built is fantastic and perfectly communicates the benefits of our app. The site is easy to use and easy for us to maintain. So a thumbs up from us, they will build you a great website and a good price.”
Richard Jewell – Team SOS
“Indigo Marmoset did a fantastic job building our new website based on the design we supplied. They are quick to respond and easy to work with. I would recommend them to any business looking to get a professional website at a good price.”
Natasha Cleeve – Cleeve Partnership
“Excellent value and very responsive. Friendly and easy to understand communication, thankful for the website they have created for me.”
Simon Gallacher – View Virtually
Marketing & web design tips for business owners in Tooting
Get more Wimbledon customers with re-marketing
Did you know that on average 98% of people who visit a website leave without taking an action such as filling out a contact form or calling. The main reason for this is people surfing the web are usually clicking from one website to another doing research before they buy and end up getting distracted and missing out on the great service or product your business offers.
Re-marketing to the rescue! using platforms such as Google Adwords or Facebook you can encourage people who have previously clicked through to your website to come back to it…
How businesses in Kingston can get more referrals
You probably already know referred leads are better than most, but are you aware of exactly how powerful referrals can be…
According to Nielsen, 92% of consumers trust referrals from people they know. A Marketshare report notes that word-of-mouth can improve marketing effectiveness by as much as 54%. Businesses using referrals as part of their regular marketing see conversion rates up to 70% higher, and they also report a 69% faster close time.
Here’s 3 tips to help you get more referrals from local customers in Kingston…
How to use email marketing for your Kingston based business
Sending unsolicited spam emails in the hope of generating new business from local customer in Kingston or nationwide was not something we’ve ever recommended but we should be sending emails to our present and past customers.
For most businesses once the initial product is sold or the service completed there should be more you can offer…