Website Design and Build

Completed projects

BabySnooze
http://www.babysnooze.com.au
Top Ranking Web Design carried out a complete re-design of BabySnooze's exisitng website. A unique and clean design that is easy to navigate and is optimized for the search engines.
M4STEEL
http://www.m4steel.com
Steel fabrication business based in Queensland, Australia required an easy to navigation website with project portfolio to show their completed work.
Photographer Preston
http://www.photographerpreston.com
Andy Bramah is a professional photographer and required a portfolio style website to display his work.
Stay Onside
http://www.stayonside.com
Football news website covering all aspects of the beautiful game.
Stringing Solutions
http://www.stringingsolutions.co.uk
This racket restringing business required a straight forward design to enable them to advertise their services.
Superior Cabinets
http://www.superiorcabinets.com.au
A website for a business in Brisbane Australia that specialises in cabinet design and build, and kitchen design and installation.
Things To Do In York
http://www.thingstodoinyork.net
A directory website where businesses can submit and update their own listings.
UK American Sports Fans
http://www.ukamericansportsfans.com
The home for all UK based North American Sports Fans

SEO Work

Completed projects

Free Twitter Tutorial
http://www.freetwittertutorial.com
This is a website that offers visitors tips on how to use twitter. Top Ranking Web Design have achieved a 1st page Google ranking for 2 competitive keyword phrases.
Stringing Solutions
http://www.stringingsolutions.co.uk
Website that provides racket stringing for tennis, squash and badminton. As they offer a mail-order service they required ranking for generic keyword phrases and not just local keyword phrases. We achieved a 1st page and top 5 placing in Google, Yahoo and Bing for 2 competitive keywords.
Things To Do In York
http://www.thingstodoinyork.net
The website currently ranks on the first page of Google (position 3) for a keyword that is searched for around 3,000 times a month in the UK alone.