Bluemoose Books is an independent publisher based in Hebden Bridge. The web site includes an online store, blog, newsletter and podcast.
The web site I inherited used Wordpress and had been compromised, to the extent that over 99% of all traffic to the site went to malicious scripts (with the victims thinking they were getting free illegal downloads). As a result the site had a terrible reputation and was being blocked by anti-virus browser extensions. These problems have now resolved; the new site uses Drupal, is hosted on a proper hosting package and all people requesting a (previously) dodgy URL are now redirected to a page explaining that the freebies they were hoping to find were in fact virusses.
Many other improvements have been made. The new site is responsive; simple Paypal buttons have been replaced with a proper shop and there are two nice additions: a Mailchimp newsletter and a podcast. The latter two features are experimental; so far just one newsletter and podcast have been published. The first podcast, produced by Lucy McNamara, is very nice indeed:
I'm hoping many more podcasts will follow. It's nice to listen to authors talking about their work, and Bluemoose has got a lot to say about the publishing industry.