We’ve been designing and building websites for over 20 years.
From small ‘brochure’ sites to large corporate websites. As a professional web design company, we can help you to research, plan, design and build a hardworking website for your business.
We use WordPress for all the sites we build. As the most popular CMS on the planet it’s a rock-solid foundation for your site for years to come.
All our website work is bespoke – we don’t use off-the-shelf themes to build sites. We discover what your site needs to do and build you one that does exactly that. Lean, responsive and fast.
If you are working remotely, you can still improve the effectiveness of your website – all you need is an internet connection! Your website is your 24/7 marketing tool, but when we experience unprecedented events that affect all businesses, your website becomes even more important. With most staff working remotely, the nature of search terms […]Read more
Hosting charges are often an interesting debate. With so many hosting companies to choose from, how do you pick what’s best for your site? If you are looking to improve the performance of your website, your hosting is the first place to start. Most businesses will tell you that their website is a crucial part […]Improve your hosting, improve your site
Site speed is one of the most important factors in getting ranked in Google. If your site is slow it will have a direct impact on your rankings. If your site isn’t as quick as you think it should be, we can improve your site speed with managed hosting. We know that trying to improve […]Read more
If you are thinking about getting a new website, read on to find out how a good website planning process will make it more effective. Web design and build can be quite complicated. It’s very important to plan your site way before you get involved in any design or build – this will help to […]More about website planning
How you plan your new website is crucial to make it work hard and win you new business. It’s often said that planning, designing and building a new website is only 25% of what you should be doing online. That means, even once you’ve got your shiny new website live, you still have three times […]Read more
We quite often get asked to quote for moving WordPress to a new theme. Depending on how complicated your site build is, this can be an easy or complicated task! So you’ve been working on your website for 12 months, adding new content, optimising pages and promoting via social media. The site looks great, but […]Read more
Let us bring your WooCommerce website to life Here at Toast we build responsive WordPress and WooCommerce websites and have been doing so for the last 4 or 5 years. Using the flexibility that the powerful WordPress CMS offers, our experienced team of WordPress developers can deliver high-quality, bespoke e-commerce solutions for any business. We’re […]Read more
Making your website responsive will have a beneficial effect on how hard it works for you. If you use Google Analytics on your site, you’ll have probably seen an increase in the amount of mobile traffic coming to your site. If you’re a B2B business, visits from prospective customers don’t always arrive 9-5. Prospective new […]Responsify your website
To keep your website in tip-top condition you need to make sure it’s up-to-date and fully optimised. To make sure your website performs at its best in 2017, we recommend an annual service in January. Safety & security Our ‘WordPress service’ will update your site to the most recent version of WordPress and update all […]Read more
Based in the centre of Banbury, Oxfordshire, we work with B2B companies to improve their digital marketing. Your website and digital marketing should be an ongoing process; it’s not something that you can ‘set and forget’. Marketing in the digital realm needs to be reviewed often and continually tweaked to increase performance and conversations. Before […]Read more
WordPress for small businesses makes good sense. While the platform is perfectly at home as a CMS for many enterprise-level businesses, it’s also a perfect starting point for any small business site – it provides a rock-solid platform, allows you to manage your own content and can be scaled up as your online marketing grows. Below […]Get WordPress
If you’re looking for a UK specialist that can assist when looking to fix your WordPress website, you’ve come to the right place. Click here to get your site fixed! Toast are WordPress experts and we develop exclusively on the platform, so we know WordPress inside-out. From small fixes, to big problems, we’re on […]Get your site fixed!
If you’re starting a small food-related business or developing an existing one, you’ll already know about the importance of having a website that works. We work will many start-up firms to help make sure that websites for food businesses actually do something. All too often we find websites that look nice but don’t actually perform, […]Foodie websites
Learning to use any new application, let alone a global phenomenon like WordPress can be quite a challenge. The choices, in terms of how you learn, are however fantastic these days. You can download countless e-books and PDF manuals; you can watch YouTube self-help videos til the early hours of the morning – or you […]Get WordPress training
It’s very easy to get all excited about the prospect of a new website, but content planning comes first. There’s no point having a website if no one can find it. Getting found is now far more involved than adding a few generic keywords to your site and proper meta descriptions. Content is king, and […]Plan your content
We have had a recent rush of companies coming to us and asking “how do I get more from my WordPress website?”. Push a bit and the bottom line is that the website is not bringing in anything like the business that they expected. So if that is you, then you are not alone by […]Improve WordPress
Two of the top questions we get asked by companies we meet is “How much should I spend on SEO?” and “What should I be getting from my SEO budget?”. In this blog, I am going to look at the second question and I am going to base my answer on a recent conversation. Identities […]More on SEO spend