Announces March 2016 Rankings of One Hundred Best Web Design Services

NAPLES, FL–(Marketwired – March 29, 2016) – The independent authority on online marketing services,, has named their list of the top web design firms for March 2016. The recommendations are released at the start of each month in order to account for the latest developments and achievements of the top performing web design firms. The independent research team at reviews and lists the firms included in the analysis process each month in order to assist businesses in selecting their solution.

The 100 top web design services for March 2016 are:

1) The Creative Momentum

2) WebiMax

3) Brandnative


5) Pilot Fish

6) Leverage Marketing

7) Web Full Circle

8) SEO Brand

9) Ignite Digital

10) Moonstone Interactive

11) Foxtail Marketing

12) SearchPro Systems

13) PINT, Inc.

14) 61 Design Street

15) A to Z Net Ventures

16) NeboWeb

17) 540 SEO

18) iCrossing

19) Fusion92

20) 70plus2 creative design

21) Studio 7 Designs

22) 7SEO

23) Scopelink

24) MoreVisibility

25) BeyondROI

26) Saathiva Creations


28) Corporate Conversions

29) Project6 Design

30) NFINITY Web Solutions

31) Apollo Online

32) Triad Web Design Service

33) BigCommerce

34) ESolz Technologies

35) Web Designer Express Corp

36) ATAK Interactive

37) Holbi

38) USA Web Solutions

39) 76Fix Web Development

40) Volusion

41) Adage Technologies

42) SEO Content Lab

43) 1Digital Agency

44) 61 Design Street

45) Team Web USA

46) Modx Webdesign

47) Pure Imagination

48) Absolute Web Services

49) Local Plus Marketing

50) Infoscaler Technologies

51) Genesis Web Designs

52) iProspect

53) Clikzy Creative

54) Taoti Creative

55) Konoozi LLC

56) Daddy Design

57) Off-Road Studios

58) agencyQ

59) Ydeveloper

60) ePageCity Inc.

61) David Williams

62) High Rank Websites

63) Hire Website Designer

64) Nowspeed

65) 2ndLAW Media

66) STI SEO Services

67) 3Prime LLC

68) DreamSoft

69) 3.7 Designs

70) 39WebDesigns

71) AffiliateCrew

72) 15miles

73) Nautech IT Solutions

74) Movel

75) Wevio

76) Fishpunt Design Studio

77) 21st Century Technologies

78) Incredible Marketing

79) B2 Interactive

80) Mainstreethost

81) EffectiveUI

82) W3trends

83) Pear Logic

84) 2 Web Design

85) Local Results

86) EchoPoint

87) Envisionext

88) Apan Software

89) Materiell

90) Click & Go

91) 39WebDesigns

92) 20/20 Creatives

93) EZlocal

94) Clicksor Inc.

95) Adaptivity Pro

96) Get Local Maps

97) Cazarin Interactive

98) A3 IT Solutions

99) Hudson Horizons

100) SEO Impressions

The process for researching and ranking web design companies involves a month-long process of benchmarking the best performing companies based on the use of a set of examination criteria and learning more about their solutions and their communications with their clients through referrals. Often times the independent examination team talks directly with clients in order to inquire about the solutions and performance from the standpoint of the client. Other times clients visit in order to offer their feedback about the companies which they use.

ABOUT is an established independent research firm focusing on the evaluation and ratings of internet marketing agencies all around the world. The ratings are produced by the independent research team each month to showcase the top web design agencies based on their achievements and their rating achieved through the proprietary evaluation process.

Those interested in applying for the rankings can visit:


MWC: Samsung’s S7 & S7 Edge may enter Indian market in March

MWC 2016: Five smartphone scorchers to watch out forWhat Las Vegas is to consumer electronics makers, Barcelona is to mobile phone manufacturers.  If the Consumer Electronics Show, the Nevada-based global trade show held in January, is what most consumer electronics makers turn to annually to get a hand on the most happening trends in the business, the Barcelona-based Mobile World Congress (MWC) has become a must-attend for all handset makers across the world.
The extravaganza at Barcelona this year attracted more than 94,000 people from every corner of the world, filling the halls of MWC and its roughly 2,200 different booths, to feel and witness new mobile technology, including virtual-reality (VR) headsets, smartphones, tablets, wearables, accessories, and apps.
A fleet of flagship devices were unveiled by major handset maker in the world – including top seeded Samsung, Sony,Lenovo and LG. These smartphones and fablets could enter India sooner than expected due to growing importance of the market.
Samsung S7 and S7 Edge, the next set of smartphones from the Korean electronic major’s premium ‘Galaxy S’ series, for example could be launched in India within weeks of its launch in MWC this year.
Other top-slotted brands such as Lenovo, Huawei, Sony and LG too are not behind. While the exact timing of the Indian launch of their devices is not clear yet. Experts say that they could be launched within three to four months.
VR devices and batteries that can be charged faster remained in focus throughout the three day affair this year. While VR has been circling around the industry as an accessory for quite some time now, its growing importance could be traced in Nokia’s plans for professional 360 degree cameras like Ozo.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stressed on the latent demand for such cameras during the event. Another project he spoke enthusiastically about is a “laser comms system,” which connects users via lasers at a rate Zuckerberg promises is “12 times faster” than traditional means.
Products like the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift are expected to become mainstream soon. Samsung recently introduced Gear VR in India in partnership with Oculus last month.
Focus on innovation of long-serving batteries is another area of focus which was long due. Chinese smartphone major Oppo showcased the latest Super VooC charging technology, which is able to charge a 2500mAh battery in just about 15 minutes. More such launches will be seen this year with their entry in to Indian market occurring soon, experts said.

Infibeam Sets IPO for March 21

Infibeam Sets IPO for March 21

Online shopping portal Infibeam Incorporation will hit the capital markets on March 21 to mop-up Rs. 450 crore through an initial share plan, becoming the first e-commerce firm to tap the IPO route.

The initial public offer (IPO) will conclude on March 23, as per the latest update available with capital markets regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi).

As per Draft Red Herring Prospectus, Gujarat-based Infibeam plans to come out with public issue of equity shares worth up to Rs. 450 crore.

Infibeam competes with Flipkart, Amazon, Snapdeal and others in the e-commerce space.

The capital markets watchdog had already announced a new set of easier norms for listing of startups on a separate platform of stock exchanges. However, Infibeam has decided to go for listing on the main board.

Started in 2007, Infibeam runs several e-commerce services like, BuildaBazaar, Incept and Picsquare.

It has proposed to list its shares on the NSE and BSE.

The issue is being managed by SBI Capital Markets and Elara Capital India.

Infibeam plans to utilise the IPO proceeds towards setting up of cloud data centre and shifting and setting up of registered and corporate office of the company.

Besides, the funds will be used for setting up of 75 logistics centres, purchase of software and for other general corporate purposes.

Apart from Infibeam, two companies, HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG) and Bharat Wire Ropes, will hit the capital markets this week.

Besides, three firms – Quick Heal Technologies, TeamLease Services and Precision Camshafts – have already hit the Dalal Street so far this year.

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