A New Domain – Orchid Box Has a New Address
Orchid Box today performed a swift and speedy shift of domain from our old abode in Soho to a fresh and exciting new upgrade in Covent Garden, in the heart of London. We’ve made sure The Right Honourable General Google is aware, and this particular domain change isn’t going to affect our indexation nor find us any new keywords (unlike the fantastic new Orchidbox.it domain!). And at the risk of sounding too geeky, I’m stopping the SEO-related metaphors there.
Orchid Box’s Old London SEO Office – Where Dreams Were Made…
At Orchid Box we move like lightning whatever we do!
You can now find us in deepest darkest Covent Garden, amidst the tourists and the street performers, at 11-15 Betterton Street, WC2H 9BP, fighting with our new complicated heater and the bracing cold from the windows (which I am sure are about a millimetre thick…). Hopefully we can get it to stay on for longer than an hour (we’re only good at computer technical stuff, see) and then we can take our thawing feet off the computer power supplies and get some real heat. Roll on the summer!
Our name up in lights already! With a rather strange “H”…
We’ve also got a new phone number, and a reception to answer them for us, plus an amazing swimming pool made out of jelly. One of those three things might not be completely true.
So what are you waiting for? Get ahead of the game in 2010 and give us a bell on 0207866 8101!
(And don’t worry, we’ve placed a 301 redirect from the old offices to ensure we don’t lose any customers!)
The Boss pretending to work while others shift boxes…(he’s actually watching Youtube)
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