enotions turns 20!

enotions, founded in April 2002, and then listed as a Limited company in September of the same year, turns 20! It’s been a wild, eventual ride, at times stressful and certainly demanding, but enotions has reached this milestone with most of its faculties, qualities and values in tact! If anything, we feel the business is […]

Full digital support agency

enotions starts work with Yardley London and Woods of Windor as their full digital support agency, providing ongoing monthly support for their site, online shop, email marketing and social media.

‘If websites were haircuts’ campaign

Always looking to refresh and recharge, enotions launches its ‘If websites were haircuts’ campaigns as the latest marketing push. With a mass mailout campaign, and supported by a new web site and social media, the campaign generates a huge response within the business community, invigorating old accounts and driving new business to the agency. enotions […]

enotions approaches twenty years

enotions fast approaches its twentieth year in business with a host of new projects. It also looks to the future with plans to expand its range of skills, incorporating social media and PPC advertising, alongside its well recognised web design and development, branding and site maintenance skills.

From web to werewolves

Managing director Rob completes the ambition of a lifetime and becomes published author by Duckworth Overlook. Signing a three-book deal and writing under his middle name Tarn, Rob balances the running of enotions alongside the writing of two subsequent fantasy novels. Lots of late nights, early starts and coffee result in a bestseller.

enotions relaunches as ‘your thinking web partner’

Having not rebranded in many years, it is decided to rebrand enotions as ‘your thinking web partner’. All the years of experience, both from the 14 years at enotions and the 6 years at IBM, gives Rob something which many other digital professionals simply do not have. Shared and imparted to the rest of the […]

Linnie stops designing but remains a director

After thirteen years, Linnie leaves the full time staff, but remains part time and a director at enotions. She trades in Photoshop and her mouse for a paint brush and canvases, begins what will turn out to be a hugely successful career as a portrait and still life artist.

Moving to a freelance model

enotions returns to working with smaller Salisbury-based companies. As a result, budgets shrink and how we work changes. No longer able to employ the large team of designers and developers they once did, enotions moves to a freelance model, where the best in the freelance market are identified, recruited and used as used as and […]

The enotions team grows

On the back of the ‘haircuts’ campaign and renewed appetite for delivering the best for local business, enotions grows the team to meet demand, pulling in the talents of a social media guru, an online Pay-Per-Click specialist and videographer / photographer to provide true full-service marketing expertise.

A move to the heart of Salisbury

enotions is growing fast and needs a new base. It moves its registered offices to Crown Street Chambers, on Bridge Street in Salisbury. This means enotions is in the heart of the community it continues to first and foremost serve, but also has better access to the train station for the increasing number of trips […]