Forensic scientist has a website to be proud of

Independent forensic science service provider Manlove Forensics’ new website has been rewarded with a page 1 ranking on search engine Google, thanks to internet marketing experts, IRUN.

Dr John Manlove of Manlove Forensics takes up the story: “Although Manlove Forensics had an old website we were not happy with it as it was no longer fit for purpose. To enable us to maximise the potential of internet, we wanted a new interactive website which was easy to use for visitors and would put us ahead of our competitors.”

John continues: “I was introduced to Lynne Jones of IRUN Oxford by a mutual colleague; graphic designer Mark Baker of Seven Design Associates, and together we decided on the style, format and content of the new site.”

IRUN provided the client with a
fully flexible website, which incorporates all the graphical elements Manlove Forensics required for their new site. The package used for building their website allows for future adaptability of the site so the company’s future aspirations and growth can be managed easily and effectively.

Lynne Jones of IRUN Oxford comments: “The new website incorporates a new look and feel, but maintains the elements of Manlove Forensics’ brand. Within 1 week of going live the site was listed on the first page of
Google for the search term ‘independent forensic science’.”

John concludes: “We were on a tight time limit with a specific deadline to meet to launch a new website and needed to have the design and upload complete by this time. By your attentiveness, helpful suggestions and support we met the deadline and the website looks great! We look forwards to our climb up the rankings with continued excellent customer support from Lynne, Julie and the team.”

Oxfordshire-based Manlove Forensics is an independent forensic science provider offering a wide scope of forensic services including laboratory-based examinations, scene and Post Mortem attendance and reviews. They also assist many different clients in forensic training.

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Forensic scientist has a website to be proud of

Independent forensic science service provider Manlove Forensics’ new website has been rewarded with a page 1 ranking on search engine Google, thanks to internet marketing experts, IRUN.

Dr John Manlove of Manlove Forensics takes up the story: “Although Manlove Forensics had an old website we were not happy with it as it was no longer fit for purpose. To enable us to maximise the potential of internet, we wanted a new interactive website which was easy to use for visitors and would put us ahead of our competitors.”

John continues: “I was introduced to Lynne Jones of IRUN Oxford by a mutual colleague; graphic designer Mark Baker of Seven Design Associates, and together we decided on the style, format and content of the new site.”

IRUN provided the client with a
fully flexible website, which incorporates all the graphical elements Manlove Forensics required for their new site. The package used for building their website allows for future adaptability of the site so the company’s future aspirations and growth can be managed easily and effectively.

Lynne Jones of IRUN Oxford comments: “The new website incorporates a new look and feel, but maintains the elements of Manlove Forensics’ brand. Within 1 week of going live the site was listed on the first page of
Google for the search term ‘independent forensic science’.”

John concludes: “We were on a tight time limit with a specific deadline to meet to launch a new website and needed to have the design and upload complete by this time. By your attentiveness, helpful suggestions and support we met the deadline and the website looks great! We look forwards to our climb up the rankings with continued excellent customer support from Lynne, Julie and the team.”

Oxfordshire-based Manlove Forensics is an independent forensic science provider offering a wide scope of forensic services including laboratory-based examinations, scene and Post Mortem attendance and reviews. They also assist many different clients in forensic training.

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