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A quality Web Design and Development firm in Kent has emerged as a one stop shop for the ‘Success System’ which will boost your online prospects. It can act as a catalyst which will accelerate the online growth of your business with an impressive team of Website Designers, Developers, Programmers, content writers, submission experts, optimizers and friendly customer support staff. Its service ranges from Website Design Kent, Graphic Design, Kent Website Development, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Software Development, Data Entry and Social media optimization.

As more and more businesses are inclining towards Web Design and Website Development Kent to maximize their sales and profits the requirement for a firm that can merge cutting-edge technology with customers priorities has reached to a peak. Surprisingly, a recent study conducted by a business magazine reveals that a major chunk of these Kent Web Design and Development firms clients are those who want to promote websites that have outdated Web designs. The study further reveals that clients with problematic web designs are flocking to the firms that specialize in search engine-friendly Website Design Kent with advanced programming.

Web Design Kent has established itself as a leading Website Design and Web Development Company in Kent. It specializes in making successful websites with services ranging from Web Development Kent, Web Design Kent, Webpage Design Kent, Freelance Web Design Kent for small startups to large eCommerce web design projects for online retailers. Freelance Web Design Kent skills extend to large membership based sites with advanced and complex web content management requirements.

At Web Design Kent, the staff has the expertise and experience in providing innovative Kent Web Design and Development solutions that can genuinely make your business stand out. Find out how Website Design Kent can help take your business to a new level with our E-business Consultancy.

Throughout the time as web designers Web Development Kent has worked for companies, organizations and individuals throughout the UK and in Europe. We consider no job too small and welcome all customers.

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10 thoughts on “Web Design Kent”

  1. Do you think a high street mail box business is a good idea.?
    Hi

    We plan to provide a high street mailing address in a small shop in our local town, around 70,000 popular, with many surrounding less well known twons and villages.

    Mailboxes etc are one of the fastest growing franchises in europe and I believe the world.

    The mailboxes would by accessable 24 hours a day, secure, personal and business boxes, and most importantly a office sounding address. i.e. ” Ashley House” so say 124 Ashley House, town Name, Kent, D…..

    We will offer mail redirection aswell and a very small fee..

    The business box idea is to provide a professional sounding address to those who can’t afford a office etc and work from home. Or indeed online businesses that don’t want to use their home address.

    We would also provide photocopying/faxing along with access to Web and graphic design services.

    We wold start with 100 mailboxes mixed personal and business.

    We would love to franchise this ourselves one day.

    Any ideas or oppionions would be very mush appreciated.
    Sorry just make clear we would not be starting a ‘Mailboxes etc’ franchise, I was just sayin that there must be something in it, as its so popular.

    Its our own business offering slightly different services but mainly concentraing on the mail box aspect.

  2. The London police recently seized the mailboxes at 3 locations because crime syndicates were using it for storing money.

    I think the rightful owners now have to fill out loads of dcuments to get their rights back.

  3. Work Experience. What should i do?
    Im gonna be doin work experience in the yr comin up.

    My highest grades (A’s) are in:
    Science
    Art
    Geography (no travel agency crap plz)
    Design tech
    English
    Latin
    German
    I.T
    & i particularly enjoy Social Studies.

    Im thinking something like Photography, Web design & journalism, Psychology (art therapy as well as psychotheraphy).

    Im open to anything really. Nothin VERY VERY low key tho.

    Anyone know anythin bout something like that in Kent, Dartford area? Any more ideas on what i could do?

  4. Help on starting a new career aged 26?
    Hello all!
    I’m a 26 year old (a week short of 27) male living in Kent and I require a career change with help of your advice. I’m starting to worry that I’m not earning enough and my career isn’t really going anywhere.
    I’m working as a Technical Clerk for a pretty big firm through an agency, so as you have already gathered I don’t have any form of pension etc although I have been saving money myself. I still live at home as I can’t get anywhere to help me with mortgage payments as my salary is too low at 15k. Most of my friends are in jobs that are paying 20k+ and although some of them are not doing jobs they really want at least they are earning enough for a bank to be interested. Where I am at the moment keep telling me there is a career here for me but have yet to take me on and I wonder if it’s the type of job I want anyway. At present I’m only in it because it gives me money and I don’t want to run the risk of leaving and not being able to find another job.
    I studied Web & Graphic design for a few years but never took the exam although I completed all the assignments and received a pass certificate for the course. I found it a very hard industry to get into and even offered to do voluntary work with no success. I do like design and have a piece of software called Face Dub where you can put a head on other people’s bodies etc and find it quite intriguing.
    Ideally I just want a career that I reasonably like that will pay 20k or more with the chance of progressing up the ladder. At my age and position in life I cannot afford to study again and would like a career along the lines of the fire service where they receive a standard salary or around 20k which increases to 27k upon completion of training. However I would prefer the industry to be in Design, Sport, Music, film etc. I also would like it to be available in Kent however I would be willing to travel to London.
    Any help would be much appreciated as each day goes by I don’t appear to be getting anywhere. Thanks!

  5. You need to get out more. In order to find out exactly what is needed for your ideal career you must get in contact with the people already doing similar jobs. At the very least you need to find out what qualifications they have found it necessary to have, then you must find out how they acquired their positions. You may have a lot of work to do to improve your chances. Until you do, complaining about your current position will not help you.

  6. your choice is good as it will widen your horizon. if u like science, how abt biotechnology stuff?
    german translation?
    advertizing firm?

  7. How do I create an ‘indexhtml’ file for my web site?
    I know this is a very silly question, and that having come this far in creating a web site I should have figured everything out by now. But I’m stuck. I have designed 7 pages to be published under the name ‘willardnamesakebook’; they are in this order: Home; Origins; High Weald; Low Weald; Downs; Coast and Marshlands; Beyond Kent and Sussex. I have created them,as html files using Komposer, and have had no trouble transfering them,via Filezilla, to my domain host. But it seems I have to create something called an ‘indexhtml’ file. My domain host does not explain what I have to do, they are assuming that I have more knowledge than I have. Please do not go off into computereeze. Just tell me, if you can what I have to do. Do I go back to Kompozer and create a new file to transfer? in that case what should the new file be called; ‘.indexhtml ‘; or should it be ‘willardnamesakebook.indexhtml. Can you advise!

  8. Humm…
    lot of text typing efforts and simple solution, here it comes –

    Just go to your site home page, currently it may “willardnamesakebook.html” (you know it better)
    just rename it with index.html, check the links present on index.html (it may get broken if the file name changed). Change the home page link to “index.html” for all the site pages. Upload all updated files to the server.

    And you are done. congrats in advance. 🙂

  9. Creationists/Christians–Why Are Evolutionists (yes its a word), and Atheists so Afraid of Us & Kent Hovind?
    Seriously, just hear me out:

    I don’t support Kent Hovind’s tax fraud, and many of his ideas. But overall, I think he has the big points right, and is entertaining to watch (as he pawns all of the atheists).

    I see the same people week after week posting questions directed at creationists on here. I also see them constantly talking about Kent Hovind, and trying to prove he is a fraud.

    The question is—why?

    They are apparently scared to death about intelligent design, and Kent Hovind specifically. They have apparently had background checks done on the guy, found his thesis paper and mock it & spread it around on the web, set up websites dedicated to him, etc.—-yet they largely ignore the other big names in creation science.

    Why are they so scared??

    Whenever I hear something on TV or the web that I don’t believe in (the boogeyman, aliens, ghosts, etc.), I just ignore it, because I am not afraid of it, nor does anyone intelligent give it merit.

    Lastly, they ask questions directed at creationists, and yet thumbs down all of the replies, and choose an atheists comment as best answer. What’s up with that? A bit rude, don’t you think?
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    EDIT: @ Shade–give me a break! You don’t have one shred of evidence for macro evolution that isn’t highly disputed or argued by OTHER secular scientists.

    You act as if your theory is so perfect, yet it makes no sense and has no evidence at all.
    @ Lain–whenever I direct a question to an atheist–I pick an atheist as a best answer.

    When I direct a question to a creationist (like this one), then I expect to pick a creationist as a best answer.

    The problem is that all too many times, we will ask a question to an atheist, and they will copy & paste a massive wall of text & links without answering the question.

    Or they will insist on a point that we have already roundly addressed as invalid for evidence, etc.
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    HA HA–Imrod–great point!

  10. To acknowledge the existence of God would mean that one would have to acknowledge that they have morally failed before God, and that they would have to submit to a higher Authority. Rather than submit to God, they prefer to continue in their rebellion, even though their very own conscience tells every time that they have been guilty. Jesus said that the only reason people reject God is “because their deeds are evil, and they love the darkness, and hate the light!”

    Many times I have shared the challenge that Jesus gave (If you REALLY want to know if God sent Him – implying the existence of said God – then “OBEY these commands (from the Sermon on the Mount), and you SHALL know (one way OR the other)!”

    They continuously reject this challenge, demonstrating that they really do NOT want to know. I can only conclude that their mind is set in concrete, and their theme song is “Don’t confuse me with facts; my mind’s already made up!” The fact is, the ONLY reason why they don’t believe in God is because they don’t WANT to believe in God! (Otherwise, why won’t they even take this challenge that Jesus gave us?)

    Quite a number of atheists in the past have taken this challenge – if for no other reason, than to prove it to be a lie – and became a Christian.

    Some examples include:

    C.S. Lewis, who wrote “Mere Christianity” (an EXCELLENT book on “apologetics” that I would challenge ANY atheist to read – if they dare!)

    Ivan Panin who discovered the secrets of Bible numerics (no, not the presence of certain numbers mentioned in the Bible, but the very VALUE – the numeric values of the letters and words, which are built right into the Hebrew and Greek alphabets).

    Lew Wallace, who wrote Ben Hur. His initial book was to mock and disprove the gospel, but as he did some honest research, his mind began to change, and he became a Christian.

    These are but three out of many. Lee Strobel, who wrote “The Case For Christ” and many other such books also started out as an atheist.

    Atheists who insist that they are right, without ever doing any research, are dishonest and the are committing “intellectual suicide”!

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