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Monmouth Web Design

Web Design Monmouth

aento designs cost effective, high quality websites for businesses and organisations in Monmouth and surrounding areas

Web Design Monmouth

aento's Web Design Services for Monmouth businesses provide a complete solution from the most simple to the most complex requirements, including e-commerce. Whatever type of website design you need from a simple brochure-style website for a new business to an all singing, all dancing web application, we can deliver compelling solutions allowing you to promote your brand, develop customer relationships and build your online community and reputation.

Public Facing Websites

A website has never been more important to your business or organisation. A website is increasingly the primary point of interaction with your customers, partners, suppliers and general public. The explosion of internet connectivity provided by PCs, Laptops, netbooks, tablets and smart phones means that whatever people want to find, whenever they want to find it, wherever they are, they look first to the web.

A Great Web Experience

Users increasingly expect more from their web experience. Websites need to provide not only information but also tools, services, social engagement and interactivity. Websites need to be accessible across all the different devices that may be used for Internet access.

We understand Monmouth Business

We understand that every business is different and has its own unique culture, ethos and proposition. Whatever your budget, we believe your website should be equally unique and accurately reflect your business, its products, services and philosophy. We work closely with all of our customers to ensure that everything we do is 100% tailored to their business objectives.

Web Design With SEO Built in

However simple or complex, a great Website design starts with an attractive, modern layout that blends with your corporate identity and provides visitors with a compelling, intuitive user experience. A beautiful design is only part of the story. We ensure that your website content is optimised to deliver your message as effectively as possible.  Content optimisation and organisation is key to making your website visible to search engines. We provide a holistic approach to online marketing that includes Content Management, Search Engine Visibility, Social Media Marketing and Reputation Management.

Wide Ranging Experience To Deliver Your Web Design Project With Minimum Fuss

That's why our Monmouth web design service incorporate all of the following:

  • Website design, layout and corporate branding
  • Content Management and Organisation
  • Content Authorship and Copywriting
  • Search Engine Optimisation and online marketing
  • Social Media
  • E-commerce
  • Blog Development & Management
  • Intranets and Extranets
  • Mobile Apps

Our friendly team is always ready to discuss any and all matters related to web design. If you need some advice or feedback or are looking to outsource a web design project, please call on 01600 888151 or e-mail us at sales@aento.com.

Places of interest in Monmouth

Monmouth CastleMonmouth Castle is a Grade I listed building and scheduled monument.

The castle is located near the centre of Monmouth on a hill towering over the River Monnow, behind shops and the main square and streets. As the birthplace of Henry V of England, it stood until the English Civil War when it was damaged and changed hands three times before being slighted to prevent it being fortified again. After partial collapse in 1647, the site was reused and built over by Great Castle House, which became the headquarters and regimental museum of the Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers.

Nelson GardenThe Nelson Garden, on 13 Chippenhamgate Street, at the rear of No.18 Monnow Street, Monmouth, Monmouthshire is a 19th century garden that was the scene of a tea party held to honour Lord Nelson in 1802. The garden is one of 24 sites on the Monmouth Heritage Trail. It is bounded on the south by the line of the medieval town wall through which it is entered via a short underground passageway. The garden is open to the public between April and September on Friday 2-4 p.m.


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Monmouth

Monmouth (Welsh: Trefynwy meaning "town on the Monnow") is a historic county town in Monmouthshire located on the South Wales and England border.  It lies at the point the River Monnow meets the River Wye and is in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The bustling town enjoys excellent communication links being only 36 miles (58 km) north-east of Cardiff, and 127 miles (204 km) west of London. It is within the Monmouthshire local authority, and the parliamentary constituency of Monmouth. According to the 2001 census, its population was 8,877.

The town was originally the site of a small Roman fort, Blestium, and became further established following the Normans building of a castle around 1067. The town's mediaeval stone gated bridge is the only one of its type remaining in the UK. The Normal castle later came into the possession of the House of Lancaster, and was the birthplace of King Henry V in 1387. In 1536, it became the county town of Monmouthshire.

Today, Monmouth is a tourist centre being located in the heart of the Wye Valley, as well as a market town. It now acts as a shopping and service centre, and as a focus of educational and cultural activities, for its surrounding rural area, and is linked by the A40 road to the M4 motorway at Newport and the M50 at Ross-on-Wye.

Monmouth Demographics

The usual resident population in the 2001 census was 8,877. Of that total, 1,760 (19.8%) were aged 15 or younger; 1,227 (13.8%) between 16 and 29; 1,687 (21.1%) between 30 and 44; 1,849 (20.8%) between 45 and 59; 1,386 (15.6%) between 60 and 74; and 968 (10.9%) aged 75 or over. The median age of residents was 42, in comparison to a Wales-wide median age of 39. The town's population increased from 5,504 in 1961 to 8,877 in 2001, a growth of 61% over forty years.

Monmouth town information courtesy of  www.wikipedia.org

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