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  • VennerCorp 18:29 on October 15, 2012 Permalink |
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    Business Website Design Camberley

    We are a small professional Business Website Design and Creation company based in Chobham covering the Camberley and local surrounding areas of Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire.

    Our customers include small businesses, shops, medial clinics and large international businesses.Business Website Design Camberley

    We are experienced in creating websites of various sizes and complexities from simple single page “holder” sites to all the way to ecommerce internet shops and online stock management systems.

    We do not use templates to create our sites; each and every site is created from scratch to the customer’s wishes, needs and expectations.

    If you currently have a website and it’s looking a bit tired or it’s not bringing in the kind of results you need, we can modernise / update your site and then optimise it for the search engines to increase your visitor’s numbers and enquiries / sales.


    Our services include;

    • Website Design and Creation.
    • Ecommerce website creation.
    • Website updates and modernisation.
    • Online Video creation and uploading.
    • Social Media account setup and running.
    • Setting up and running Google advertising campaigns.
    • Website hosting.
    • Domain name registration.
    • Search Engine Optimisation


    If the service you require is not mentioned, please contact us, as the list above is only providing a sample and is not comprehensive list


    The majority of our clients are in the Camberley, Bagshot, Windlesham, Sunningdale, Chobham areas and the Woking to Guildford / Godalming thoroughfare, but we also have customers around the world so if you are outside this area please still contact us.


    For more information please contact us to arrange a quote or site visit or check out a small sample of our clients sites.

  • VennerCorp 18:48 on October 1, 2012 Permalink |
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    How to setup a Business Ebay Account

    These instructions are only for setting up an Ebay business account, if you are not planning on running a business you should setup a standard Ebay account.

    Goto or or whichever derivative is suitable for your country.

    At the top left of the screen you will see “hi! Sign in or Register“– click register.How to setup a Business Ebay Account

    Ebay will now present you a form to fill in; you will need to enter the following information;

    • Business Name (Your registered name, this does not have to be the same as your username).
    • Business type (Manufacturer, Realtor, Charity, Wholesaler or Distributor, Broker/Jobber/Marker Trader/Dealer, Car Dealer, Other).
    • Salutation (Mr,Mrs,Miss,Ms).
    • First name.
    • Surname.
    • Street address.
    • Town/City.
    • County.
    • Post Code.
    • Country.
    • Primary telephone number.
    • Secondary telephone number (optional).
    • Email address.
    • Confirm Email address.

    Click Continue, Ebay will then offer you a second form.

    • Choose your companies Ebay user Id (this is what you will sign in with and buyers will see).
    • Choose your Password.
    • Confirm your Password.
    • Choose a secret question (e.g. your first school).
    • Your secret answer (the answer to the secret question you selected).

    Click Continue.

    Ebay will now want to confirm your identity by phone, Ebay will phone you and provide a 4 digit code, and you will need to enter this in the box provided.


    That’s it your account is now basically setup and ready to go.


    Further Items

    On the congratulations screen click the setup business seller information click and fill in your company details e.g. company registration number – all this is optional but recommended.

    To add your Company logo – go to the top left of the page, look for hi! “your user name” hover your mouse icon over your user name. A box will now appear offering various options; you will see a dummy square logo, click it.  Ebay will now offer you a selection of default logos you can choose from or you can upload your own.

    To upload your own logo click the first circle button then click browse and look for the image on your computer (it needs to be 150 *150) then click open.

    When you are happy scroll to the bottom and click save.


    Good luck on your selling.


    If you would like us to help you set up an Ebay account for you or if you want to learn how to get the most from it please visit our Ebay Support page or  contact us.

    • Ariel 14:30 on April 14, 2013 Permalink

      Spot on with this write-up, . I’ll probably be back again to read through more, thanks for the information!

  • VennerCorp 16:46 on August 5, 2012 Permalink |
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    Business Website Design in Guildford

    We offer a personalised Website Design service for small and large businesses in the Guildford and Surrey areas.

    From simple brochure websites sites providing a simple presence and allowing customers to find and contact you to large ecommerce / shopping sites, online databases and portals for your staff to remotely access.

    All our sites are custom designed and built with you during in person on site visits, we also allow you to see the progress of the site during the build process allowing you to tweak your design.

    We can also setup and manage online company Blogs, Twitter accounts and Facebook Pages.

    If you would like to see some sample websites that we have designed for other businesses please contact us.



    Visit our Website Design Page or Contact Us for more information or to arrange an onsite visit.

  • VennerCorp 20:27 on May 8, 2011 Permalink |
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    How to submit a website to the search engines. 

    Submitting your new website to the major search engines is the first thing you should do once your website has gone live. After all there is no point having a website if no one I going to be able to find it.

    You should only need to do this once and for a new website, after your site has aged and has acquired incoming links from other websites, the search engines should automatically find it and any updates.


    No registration required.


    Free registration required.


    No registration required.


    No registration is required but you will need to choose the best location in their directory for your site.

    DMOZ is not a search engine itself, but it is used by a lot of other search engines and directories to help place your site. Google also uses it to get accurate site descriptions for their listings.


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