Welcome to WebSanity™ Internet Marketing
We are an established Huntingdon based web company that can help you with any aspect of your business internet needs; from building a new website to increasing sales from an existing one.
“WHAT A RESULT!!!!!!!!”[SEO, ADWORDS]
“Gerald has been an absolute pleasure to work with. Our website was delivered on time, within budget and in a search engine optimised way. He made the whole process easy and enjoyable for us, and has continued to support us subsequently. We recommend him without reservation!” [WEB, SEO, ADWORDS]
“WebSanity really helped us through the process of building our website, never getting too ‘techy’, wrote great content for us and then gave us the support we needed to update the site after it was released – and we’re delighted with the result” [WEB]
With our broad range of skills and depth of experience, WebSanity are able to offer you advice and solutions that deliver real benefits to your business. We pride ourselves in the quality of the services we offer and are committed to building strong relationships with our clients through clear communication, honesty and integrity.
Established in 2004, WebSanity are based in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, delivering solutions for a broad range of clients across the region (Huntingdon, Peterborough, Cambridge).
Whether you’re a start-up business or a well-established SME, if you need help Making the Internet make Sense™ then please get in touch!
We are currently in the process of redeveloping our website on this new domain. Our existing, outdated website is available at www.websanity.co.uk
Read about the development of our new website:
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Hosting. Hosting. Hosting. I’ve wasted so much of my life energy on hosting problems it’s enough to make me weep; in fact at times it’s been such a pain I’ve thought about leaving the industry. [...]
Just yesterday I was doing some clearing out and stumbled across my old design notes for our newly updated site: 10 years ago in April. […]
If you’re redeveloping a website then you are all sorted – you have a domain name. However, we chose to go a different route. […]