This page displays some of the sites TJS Marketing are currently working on
A small, very simple and basic approx. 20 page website for a local locksmith who operates throughout South Birmingham, Coventry and North Warwickshire.
It has about 5 services pages, 5 information pages and 10 area pages where he provides locksmith services to.
The main site is just static HTML but it also has a separate WordPress installation for Locksmith industry news and articles and a separate database for the areas pages.
It all looks a bit dated but this is deliberate as it ties in with existing logos, banners, colour schemes, etc. it is also trying to put the emphasis more on the fact he is a genuine local locksmith.
CCTV Drain Surveys
A wordpress site for a Herts based drainage company who provide CCTV Drain Surveys.
A funny one this one
I have little control over the hosting, the site is not secure, editing the files is difficult.
For some reason the hosting set up means I can’t edit theme template files via WordPress due to cURL error 56: Failure when receiving data from the peer.
Not only can’t I edit via WordPress the security settings mean my IP gets blocked from being able to access via FTP after a couple of hours
It’s a shame, I would like to do more on the site but it’s just too bloody ackward
1st4 Contract Hire
One of those sites I was working on and off for nearly a decade.
The owner has retired and given the site to me.
1st thing I did was remove all content and photos which had potential copyright issues with then set back up using a new database
No idea what I’m going to do with it as car leasing contract hire is far too competitive, time consuming and really needs data feeds which I’m not going to do.
This site must be coming up to 20 years old now, it used to rank really well and used to sell a lot of wheelchair ramps.
Unfortunately, the market got flooded with cheap wheelchair ramps, I never felt comfortable selling the cheap rubbish, so even when it was ranked really well it was making few sales.
Rankings slowly dropped but I keep the site running as it was one of my 1st sites and the odd sale covers the cost of maintaining it
One of these days I’ll have to make a decision of what to do with it though, at the moment it has Google ads on it, which earn a few pounds a day but really ruin the look of the site and the UX