Sunday World

The Sunday World has been Ireland's top-selling Sunday newspaper for many years. From their high-profile Investigations team who have led the way in exposing major gangland figures to their comprehensive Sports and Showbiz coverage, the Sunday World is one or Ireland's leading brands.

Sunday World Website on a Desktop

They developed and maintained the Sunday World website from its initiation in 2004. Extremely diligent and hard working, Mark and the team led the way for Sunday World in the area of e-commerce.

A combination of creative thinking and a flexible work ethic has enabled us to continue building on the success of our brand.

Gerry Lennon, Managing Director, Sunday World

Sunday World Project Brief

  1. provide site visitors with selected columnists from the print version
  2. add complementary column content such as crime videos, movies and games trailers
  3. manage the hugely popular Baby of the Year and Miss Sunday World competitions
  4. build an online audience through the site as well as social media
  5. develop the Sunday World brand
Sunday World Website on a Tablet

Sunday World

What We Delivered

From a starting point of zero traffic in 2004, we designed and developed a site which generated hundreds of thousands of page views each month. This traffic was key to building up and promoting the Sunday World brand online as well as contributing to the success of the title overall. Some of the key deliverables included:

  • Information Architecture
  • Custom Concept Design
  • Bespoke Content Management System
  • Content Publication System
  • Multiple Channel Video Streaming
  • Baby of the Year Competition Management
  • Miss Sunday World Competition Management
  • Banner, MPU and Homepage Takeover Ads
  • Photo Galleries
  • Social Media Integration
  • 24x7 Content Support
  • SEO

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Contact Details

Call us on:
046 902 1723

Or email us at:
hello@webmakers.ie

Address:
Unit 38 Navan Enterprise Centre,
Trim Road,
Navan,
Co. Meath,
Ireland.