Professional services & B2BSoutherly Communications, which uses its website as a virtual shop front and constantly updates and improves it. The company regularly reviews the site following feedback from staff.
RetailJing Tea, which uses its website to promote its brand and utilises free online marketing tools. The site is designed to be easy for customers to use.
HospitalityStarborough Manor, a luxury country house offering bed & breakfast accommodation in Kent. The company tracks user behaviour through its site and has developed its online presence through online directories.
Trade and manufacturingThe Handyman House & Garden, which has enhanced its site and increased traffic through the use of GBBO.co.uk tools.
TravelSheepskin, an Oxford-based provider of custom-made holidays and accommodation which attracts a high level of traffic to its site through online advertising and social networking.
TransportationGrey’s Of Ely, a long-established East Anglian coach hire business which tracks visitor activity on its site and promotes its services globally through Google AdWords. More than 70 per cent of the company’s business now comes via the internet.
Health and beautyAu Naturel Hair & Beauty, a mobile wedding hair and make-up specialist, located in Scotland, which regularly updates its easy-to-use site and links it to social networking sites.
What do you think of these websites? Are they worthy winners? So, go on folks, which websites would you put forward as the best SME websites in Britain? Answers below, please!
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