Francine
Lewis

Francine Lewis is an impressionist and comedienne who has been featured on Britain’s Got Talent – she’s the only female impressionist to be featured on the live shows and became one of the most-viewed Britain’s Got Talent performers.

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CELEBRITY WEBSITE

After her TV success, Francine needed a website to act as a hub for information and to give people a way to contact her for bookings.

Since launch, her site has received over 100,000 visits, with over 20,000 people visiting in a single day.

CLIENT TESTIMONIAL

I love my website by Innermedia! They made it really nice and simple, just showing off my business, photos, and ways to book me so fans and possible clients can see what I’ve been up to. Nothing was too much trouble and they really understood what I wanted. Thanks guys!

You can see more reviews on TrustPilot

INSTANT DEMAND

Given Francine’s demand after television appearances or when one of her impressions goes viral, it’s essential that she has a hosting package that can handle large traffic volumes and sudden bursts of interests as well as supporting a site that loads quickly and dependably.

www.francinelewis.com

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