YOUR ONLINE PRESENCE – SOUTH BENFLEET
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Your Online Presence is a website design & digital marketing agency, who love creating websites and marketing campaigns that look great and engage customers. The main focus of our work is never to solely produce an attractive web page; we understand how important functionality and delivery of your brand message can be and we don’t get distracted by design for designs sake.
Return on investment can be the most important thing about any online marketing strategy, which is a point often overlooked by many other web design agencies. Understanding your industry, your business and the competitive environment in which you operate before we start on the creative process is a key part of our working process. Start you Website Design in South Benfleet today!
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‘YOP’ offers a full service online solutions for estate agents and letting agents and each site is portal ready, packed with the features you need and easily customised. Make the choice from the varied packages we offer, designed to suite Estate Agents ranging from large establishments with multiple branches to small, independent boutique operations.
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At Your online presence, we believe that true craftsmanship is when ‘design’ and ‘build’ work together and not one in front of the other. To design something without an understanding of how it works is to fail.
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Our aim is to get your website fully completed and operational within 1-2 weeks from the day you give us your brief.
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Facts About South Benfleet
In Roman times the reclaimed area which is now Canvey Island was joined to the mainland by a road providing access from Benfleet at low tides to Camulodunum (Colchester) and Londinium (London). The A130 road from Sadlers Farm roundabout to Canvey Island follows the route of the original Roman road. Its construction in 1971 brought to light a number of artifacts dating back to the early settlements in the area. The name of the town originates from the time of the Saxon settlers in the 5th Century, when the area was largely marshland. They named the area Beamfleote, meaning “tree stream”, being the area where the creeks from the River Thames adjoined the wooded area to the north. The current spelling was adopted at the time the railway service was brought to the area and a railway station built for the town.
Throughout the intervening period various documented versions of the names has been ‘Benfleota’, ‘Beamflet’, ‘Bemflet’, ‘Bienflet’ and ‘Bemfleet’. The last was used on John Norden’s maps in the 17th Century. In Saxon times the village became known as South Benfleet when a new settlement, which became known as Little Benfleet, developed to the north of the original settlement. The new settlement did not last, and its site, which has since become known as North Benfleet, is now largely rural.
Battle of Benfleet
The Battle of Benfleet took place between the Saxons and Danish Vikings in 894. This was towards the end of the Saxon period, and the Thames and other waterways made the area vulnerable to Viking attacks. Benfleet was used as a Viking base. However, the Vikings were defeated in the battle by the army of King Alfred under the command of his son Edward the Elder and his son-in-law Earl Aethelred of Mercia. Subsequently a church was built by the Saxons in thanksgiving for the victory over the Vikings. St Mary’s church is the most recent church building occupying this site.