Adstock Web creates web sites for anyone who’s serious about their online presence – from one person start-ups to long established, medium sized businesses.
You may want a simple site with a clean, professional look, perhaps primarily a place where people can find out more about your organisation and what you have to offer, and make contact with you. Or you may want to wow your visitors with stunning design that sets you apart from your competitors and gets your message across visually, with maximum impact. Either way, Adstock Web can help.

What about e-commerce and online shops?

 E-commerce may be a great way to beat the recession (see below), and Adstock Web can also set you up with an effective online shop. Have a look at our most recent e-commerce site, www.fancydressheaven.co.uk.

A standard shop can be set up relatively inexpensively and with just a week’s work. Many businesses will also find it beneficial to have us refine and enhance the site to increase sales and profitability, on a one-off or regular basis.

Prices start from £2,500.

According to the BBC online shopping ‘defies slowdown’

If your business is suffering from the recession or you think it might do you may be interested to know that according to the BBC and Retail Analysts Verdict Research online retailing is continuing to boom in the UK.


“The internet is widely perceived as a cheaper and easier way of finding lower prices and bargains in most sectors”
Malcolm Pinkerton
Verdict Research

We believe that increasing fuel prices and a “belt tightening” effect is moving shoppers from the high street to ecommerce web sites. Verdict & the BBC claim that the growth in internet access and users making more regular and expensive purchases online meant the growth would continue, Verdict’s report suggested.
It forecast that online retail sales would triple over the recession to £44.9bn much of which will come from “cannibalisation” – people buying via their computers what they would previously have gone to shops.
While having an Internet presence is vital…”

The development of faster broadband had made the process of shopping quicker and easier for many people, Verdict concluded, while many saw it as a way of getting cheaper prices.

“The internet is widely perceived as a cheaper and easier way of finding lower prices and bargains in most sectors,” said Malcolm Pinkerton, Verdict’s senior retail analyst.

“As the cost of broadband falls, consumers become accustomed to internet shopping and retailers continue to enhance their online propositions, the channel will find itself extremely well-placed to capitalise on the falling consumer confidence and lower levels of disposable income currently impacting the retail market.”

Our own twelve years of eCommerce experience at Adstock Web Supports this and we have found clients sites taking huge market segments from previously established giant outlets.