Web Design Jarrow
Award Winning Web Design, Development & Marketing in Jarrow
As Website Design, Development & Marketing specialists we are proud to have been serving businesses large and small around the World for over 14 years, while retaining a particular affinity with and understanding of the requirements of businesses operating in and around Jarrow.
If you are undertaking a website development or re-development project, you need a combination of creativity, real-world business experience and commercial, technical expertise - The most aesthetically pleasing website in the world is useless if it doesn't function correctly and deliver a return on your investment and even the most advanced site is unlikely to gain much user engagement if its design is under-par - At Primo Interactive we pride ourselves on providing a genuinely holistic service from customer acquisition, through conversion and optimisation to continued business growth.
Not all Website Designers in Jarrow are the same
Unlike with some other providers, all websites produced by Primo Interactive feature fully compliant code, optimised according to the latest search engine guidelines to boost your website search engine ranking positions, maximise the visibility of your site and attract the highest possible number of targeted customers.
We seek to establish long term business relationships with our clients, not just to sell you a cheap website then disappear when things start to go wrong - We will not take a website development commission unless we are absolutely confident that we can meet, or exceed your requirements on an ongoing, long term basis.
Having trouble getting a Web Design Quote in Jarrow?
We know from past experience that obtaining web design quotations can be a frustrating, time-consuming experience. At Primo Interactive we make the process stress free by providing no-obligation consultations, proposals and quotations prior to any commitment - Please Contact Us to find out more.
Our Development Process
Our development methodologies are based around the digital marketing lifecycle:
- Customer Acquisition
- Prospect Conversion
- Process Optimisation
- Business Growth
We have solutions to suit businesses of all sizes, from owner-run micro enterprises, through SMEs to multi-nationals and will always provide you with clear, jargon-free information, enabling you to make informed decisions throughout.
“There are plenty of businesses in Jarrow with badly designed websites. Don't let yours be one of them. Stand out from the crowd with a professional web presence from Primo Interactive.”Andrew Roberts, Managing Director
Why choose Primo Interactive?
We help businesses of all sizes to promote and sell their products and services online. We do this by attracting large numbers of targeted visitors and optimising their conversion from visitor to customer.
All our development projects follow proven methodologies, which provide clarity and security throughout the creative process. At all stages you will have access to a dedicated, secure client extranet, providing real-time progress monitoring, prototyping and usability testing.
In order to compete in today's online marketplace, your website needs to be easy and intuitive for the customer to use, while providing powerful functions and features.
In order to achieve this balance, we develop websites using fully compliant code and using a variety of technologies to ensure that your website will be available to the widest possible audience as well as being easy for search engines to navigate and index.
Please contact us to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation, following which you will be provided with a full, no-obligation project proposal and quotation.
More About Jarrow
Jarrow - Jarrow or is a town in North East England, located on the River Tyne. Historically part of County Durham, in 1974 it became part of the metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear.%0AIn the eighth century, the monastery of Saint Paul in Jarrow now Monkwearmouth%E2%80%93Jarrow Abbey was the home of Bede, who is regarded as the greatest Anglo-Saxon scholar and the father of English history. From the middle of the 19th century until 1935, Jarrow was a centre for shipbuilding, and was the starting point of the Jarrow March against unemployment in 1936. Jarrow had a population of 43,431 in 2011.
Jarrow March - The Jarrow March of 5%E2%80%9331 October 1936, also known as the Jarrow Crusade, was an organised protest against the unemployment and poverty suffered in the English town of Jarrow during the 1930s. Around 200 men or Crusaders as they preferred to be referred to marched from Jarrow to London, carrying a petition to the British government requesting the re-establishment of industry in the town following the closure in 1934 of its main employer, Palmer s shipyard. The petition was received by the House of Commons but not debated, and the march produced few immediate results. The Jarrovians went home believing that they had failed.%0AJarrow had been a settlement since at least the 8th century. In the early 19th century, a coal industry developed before the establishment of the shipyard in 1851. Over the following 80 years more than 1,000 ships were launched in Jarrow. In the 1920s, a combination of mismanagement and changed world trade conditions following the First World War brought a decline which led eventually to the yard s closure. Plans for its replacement by a modern steelworks plant were frustrated by opposition from the British Iron and Steel Federation, an employers organisation with its own plans for the industry. The failure of the steelworks plan, and the lack of any prospect of large-scale employment in the town, were the final factors that led to the decision to march.
Jarrow Bridge - Jarrow Bridge or previously, Don Bridge is a bridge in Jarrow, South Tyneside, England. Built from stone in the early 18th century, it previously carried the main road from South Shields to Jarrow across the River Don. It is registered as a grade II listed building.
Bede - Bede Old English: B%C7%A3da, B%C4%93da 672/3 %E2%80%93 26 May 735 , also known as Saint Bede, the Venerable Bede, and Bede the Venerable Latin: B%C4%93da Vener%C4%81bilis , was an English Benedictine monk at the monastery of St. Peter and its companion monastery of St. Paul in the Kingdom of Northumbria of the Angles contemporarily Monkwearmouth%E2%80%93Jarrow Abbey in Tyne and Wear, England . %0ABorn on lands belonging to the twin monastery of Monkwearmouth-Jarrow in present-day Tyne and Wear, Bede was sent to Monkwearmouth at the age of seven and later joined Abbot Ceolfrith at Jarrow, both of whom survived a plague that struck in 686, an outbreak that killed a majority of the population there. While he spent most of his life in the monastery, Bede travelled to several abbeys and monasteries across the British Isles, even visiting the archbishop of York and King Ceolwulf of Northumbria. %0AHe is well known as an author, teacher a student of one of his pupils was Alcuin , and scholar, and his most famous work, Ecclesiastical History of the English People, gained him the title The Father of English History . His ecumenical writings were extensive and included a number of Biblical commentaries and other theological works of exegetical erudition. Another important area of study for Bede was the academic discipline of computus, otherwise known to his contemporaries as the science of calculating calendar dates. One of the more important dates Bede tried to compute was Easter, an effort that was mired in controversy. He also helped popularize the practice of dating forward from the birth of Christ Anno Domini %E2%80%93 in the year of our Lord , a practice which eventually became commonplace in medieval Europe.
Monkwearmouth%E2%80%93Jarrow Abbey - The Abbey Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, Monkwearmouth%E2%80%93Jarrow, known simply as Monkwearmouth%E2%80%93Jarrow Abbey Latin: Monasterii Wirimutham-Gyruum , was a Benedictine double monastery in the Kingdom of Northumbria, England.%0AIts first house was St Peter s, Monkwearmouth, on the River Wear, founded in AD 674%E2%80%935. It became a double house with the foundation of St Paul s, Jarrow, on the River Tyne in 684%E2%80%935. Both Monkwearmouth in modern-day Sunderland and Jarrow are now in the metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear. The abbey became the centre of Anglo-Saxon learning, producing the greatest Anglo-Saxon scholar, Bede.%0ABoth houses were sacked by Viking raiders and in the 9th century the abbey was abandoned. After the Norman Conquest of England in the 11th century there was a brief attempt to revive it. Early in the 14th century the two houses were refounded as cells of Durham Priory. In 1536 they were surrendered to the Crown and dissolved.%0ASince the dissolution the two abbey churches have survived as the parish churches of Monkwearmouth and Jarrow.
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