Henry Lewington

Henry Lewington is the Managing Director of DIY website builder WebEden. He has over 12 years' experience in website design and online marketing and has worked with countless brands during that time, helping them to successfully launch and position their businesses within the digital marketplace. He has run WebEden for 7 years and, in that time, over 4.2 million people have used the company's system.

Creating The Perfect Homepage

You might have noticed that ‘the internet’, once a vast, lonely city, consisting of an ebay/Amazon high street and a couple of clunky government information noticeboards has now become a very busy place indeed. It is estimated that during 2013 we’ve hit the billion websites mark and this is expected to double by 2015. Competition is fierce and what that means for your website is that it better be ...

5 Tips For Keeping Visitors On Your Website

You’ve poured over each page of your website. You’ve checked and double checked keywords, grammar and punctuation. Online libraries have been scoured for the finest, high resolution images. You’ve obsessed over colours and fonts to the point of distraction. So why aren’t users hanging around long enough to bask in its glory? It might be because they’re jealous … but it’s unlikely. Experiencing hig...

5 Things To Consider When Designing A Great Company Logo

Mention the names, Coca-Cola, Nike, Starbucks or McDonalds and instantly the logos representing those iconic global brands will be thrust into your mind, complete with your own personal associations and emotions around the products they sell. Such is the power of a small snappy image or piece of text that, once established, it can communicate a message and produce an emotional response almost inst...

5 Tips To Increasing Facebook “Likes” For Businesses

Stop for a moment to consider this – a Facebook ‘Like’ for a business or brand is now estimated to be worth approximately £110 in cold, hard cash – or to be ‘exact’ $174.17USD. The days of passing off Facebook as ‘one for the kids to play with’ or ‘just an endless feed of cute (or weird) cat pictures are long gone and consumer-facing businesses which aren’t harnessing its power are now...

The Twitter Effect: Building Business 140 Characters At A Time

In just a few short years, Twitter has grown from the indulgent preserve of ego-maniacal celebrities, into a core means of communication with customers and clients at the heart of a business. It allows interaction and feedback in a similar way that Facebook does but with a more casual, free-flowing method in a more openly public way. So how do you make it work for your business? Customisation Once...