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DBS launch another legal website

Lace Law, based in Newark, Nottinghamshire turned to DBS Legal Websites for a new website, web hosting and SEO:

http://www.lacelaw.co.uk/

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DBS specialises in web design and marketing for solicitors and law firms and are an Investors in People company and Google Partners.

DBS was recently ranked in the UK Top 10 web designers for law firms.

All our legal websites fit perfectly on iPhones, smartphones, iPads, tablets and desktop screens.

None of our work is outsourced - our team of 8 works in our UK based offices.

Click here to view our legal website portfolio.

In our experience advertising and marketing duties are usually heaped on an unsuspecting partner who is then expected to maintain their caseload and still find the time to deal with marketing activity. Alternatively, the baton is handed to a practice or marketing manager who all ready works under pressure.

Our philosophy is quite simple -we do all the work but you stay in charge.

We offer law firms a free 2 hour brainstorming session on how we can take your website to the next level and drive more clients to you.

Please talk to David Clarke on FREEPHONE 0800 988 8366 or 01522 811688 for a free no obligation discussion of your needs.

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Greenfrog Entertainments Treats DBS

We had a very nice surprise at DBS when Jonathan Worthington of Greenfrog Entertainments Ltd sent the team a fantastic treat from Hotel Chocolat.

Jonathan came to us before Christmas as he wanted to improve the online marketing for his Bouncy Castle Hire business that covers Mansfield, Lincoln and Nottingham.

The speedily devoured chocolates came with a card to DBS that read:

"All your team have been amazing over the past 6 months. Our phones ring each day with new sales enquires and my business is starting to grow. I would like to say thank you to everyone for all their help so far -  Jonathan"

Dan Atkinson who helps to manage Jonathan's account commented: "It's always great to hear we are helping our clients' businesses to grow but receiving such a thoughtful gift was a special surprise."

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DBS launches Facebook Marketing video

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Dan Atkinson of DBS has just created our very own in-house 90 second Facebook Marketing video.

The short video shows UK businesses how to harness the power of Facebook by targeting your ideal customers in your perfect geographical area.

To find out how DBS can leverage the power of Facebook advertising for your business talk to James Hopkins of DBS Internet Marketing on FREEPHONE 0800 988 8366

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Thomas celebrates 5 year anniversary at DBS

IMG_6967DBS Web Developer Thomas Hounsell has been with DBS for 5 years.

Thomas joined us straight from college after studying for a BTEC National Diploma in IT.

The DBS team celebrated with Thomas by enjoying some cheese and biscuits this afternoon.

To find out more about Thomas and to connect with him on social media, please visit http://www.dbsinternetmarketing.co.uk/our-team/3/thomas-hounsell/

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DBS launch website for Lincolnshire manufacturer

DBS has designed and developed a new website for United Fillings.

The company’s core business is the supply of quality cushion interiors to the furniture upholstery and soft furnishings industry.

There are currently 150 people working within the company across the three sites at the Falcon Mill in Billingborough (Headquarters), Kestrel Mill in Billingborough and Goodwin Mills in Long Eaton.

DBS called upon the services of commercial photographer Stuart Wilde for the imagery used in the website.

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Graduate Amy joins DBS

clip_image002DBS has forged close ties with the University of Lincoln through both their Employability and Mentoring schemes.

Amy Wallis, a former University of Lincoln student, has just completed her final exams for her BA (Hons) degree in Advertising and Marketing and has joined DBS on a 3 month graduate internship scheme.

Amy has already spent time at DBS during university breaks.

"We were impressed by Amy after her spells of work experience with DBS" explained DBS director, David Clarke, who went on to say: "Graduate Internships really help to solve a big problem for graduates. Most employers prefer to hire someone with commercial experience. Internships are a great stepping stone for freshly graduated students as it helps them to transition from university life to a permanent career placement by gaining invaluable commercial experience."

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