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The Midlands refers to a large area with over 10 counties, spread over 10,000 square miles. Travelling can be difficult and time consuming due to the busy roads, therefore it is worth considering a local company. Even though the UK is fairly small, it can still take many hours in getting from point A to point B, so consideration needs to be given to location. It is always advisable to meet up with your chosen website design agency, for the very good reason that if you are spending a lot of money with them, you want to ensure that they know your business inside out. Another consideration along with location is experience; if you select some from the area that knows your industry/services, then the chances are that they will produce a much more effective site that produces results you require, as opposed to just looking pretty. Getting advice from website designers in the Midlands about web platforms is useful. Some only work with WordPress, others Joomla. You need to find the right web development platform for your website. Selecting the right website designer for the job is important; if you need a simple site, then using a smaller designer or freelancer is likely to suffice; a larger e-commerce website may need a larger company who has more experience and resources to hand.
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The Midlands includes the counties that occupy central England and used to be called ‘The Kingdom Of Mercia’ until it was spilt into the following counties:
Often we refer to them as as being the East Midlands and West Midlands. There are just under 10 million people living in all these counties, over a 11,053 sq mile area. Historically this is the workhouse of England, as much of the nations manufacturing has occurred in these counties over the last two centuries. Birmingham is considered to be the capital of the region, which has fused into some of the other neighbouring towns, such as Solihull, Walsall and Dudley, as it has grown and expanded.