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Demonstrating best in practice
Following an independent review by Visit Britain's Visitor Attraction Quality Assessment Scheme (VAQAS), Clickfire's new look Exbury Gardens website was deemed to demonstrate "best in practice".
The report went on to state that Clickfire had "used the medium to its maximum effectiveness to market the Gardens... using many innovative features that make the website exemplary... and easy to navigate despite its comprehensive content."
And as if that wasn't praise enough, reference was also made to Exbury's new e-newsletter: "This was an excellent communication, very effectively drawing to potential visitors the topical highlights."
The best of the bunch
The Clickfire team are delighted to have been selected as Exbury Garden’s preferred website design and development team.
Exbury Gardens is a major tourist attraction within the New Forest National Park. The gardens appeal to both families as well as gardening enthusiasts, also railway enthusiasts are attracted to the 1 1/2 mile narrow gauge steam railway.
Exbury have had their website for a number of years and whilst its served its purpose well, its in need of a more modern, clean design and to utilise newer technologies to improve usability and navigation.
Business is Blooming
Exbury Gardens opens its gates once more for the start of the tourist season this weekend and at the same time Clickfire can proudly unveil the new look website. Richer in colour, content and photography than ever before the new site is just the ticket.
Mixing business with pleasure
When GMS Golf approached Clickfire to redesign their website it was an instant hit with the team, many of whom are keen golfers.
GMS are one of the most successful golf marketing agencies in Europe. They specialise in developing targeted marketing campaigns for golf clubs, resorts, tournaments and equipment companies across Europe, boasting an impressive cleint list including: PING, ECCO, BMW, Marriott UK and Carnoustie Golf Links.
Twitter, tweets and hashtags
The twitter phenomenon has well and truly hit. It’s estimated to be the 3rd most used social networking site closely followed by Facebook. If you haven’t jumped on the band wagon already you may be wondering whether you should and if so how.
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