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Web Design & Content

Written on 17 July, 2015 by Emily Rice
Five tools for efficiently auditing website content As search engines grow ever more sophisticated and web users become increasingly accustomed to websites that fulfil their needs quickly and seamlessly, content has cemented itself as the most important element for any site. Find out whether your pages are hitting the mark with a content audit that will root... Read more
Written on 17 July, 2015 by Verity Meagher
Is your dated website ruining your business? You’re likely to have spent a significant amount of money getting your website ‘just right’, so it’s understandable if you’re resistant to regular makeovers. But be warned – a dated website could be seriously damaging your business. Keep ahead of the curve The online world changes quickly, and what was... Read more
Written on 17 July, 2015 by Evelyn Elsted
BuzzFeed’s secret to creating clickable content Snatching clicks left, right and centre, BuzzFeed has quickly become a massive influencer for brands looking to create buzz for their own online content. The site has perfectly pinpointed a style that works for attracting reads and shares. We’ll reveal some of the secrets that can help you do the... Read more
Written on 23 April, 2015 by Stephen Mayall
Is Your Website Ready for Google’s ‘Mobile Friendly’ Update? As you may have heard Google have recently rolled out a ‘mobile friendly’ update, that will reward websites that are mobile friendly, whilst potentially penalising those that aren’t. Typically Google’s updates are relatively subdued affairs until the day. When website and small business owners wake up one day to find... Read more
Written on 29 January, 2015 by Georgia Leaker
Don’t have time to build your own website? Let us do it for you! Building a website alone is a daunting, lengthy and stressful process and one that most small business owners just don’t have time to do inbetween everything else. Hiring a web developer means you can rest easy, knowing your website is in great hands. A good developer help you pick the... Read more
Written on 12 December, 2014 by Verity Meagher
Engage your audience with excellent infographics Infographics are big business – and with good reason. A single infographic on your website can deliver a huge amount of information in a fun format, and it’s an excellent asset for sharing via social media. Humans are very visual, so by crunching information into an attractive infographic you’re giving... Read more
Written on 27 November, 2014 by Georgia Leaker
Spoil your website this Christmas It’s the holidays, so why not spend some time this silly season getting rid of the silly on your website and make sure it sparkles over the New Year. Give it a makeover Start by replacing blurry photos with high quality snaps and critically assessing any other logos or image... Read more
Written on 21 November, 2014 by Verity Meagher
Is your dated website ruining your business? You’re likely to have spent a significant amount of money getting your website ‘just right’, so it’s understandable if you’re resistant to regular makeovers. But be warned – a dated website could be seriously damaging your business. Keep ahead of the curve The online world changes quickly, and what was... Read more
Written on 20 October, 2014 by Georgia Leaker
What else can I do to improve my website? So you’ve built your website, set up a personalised email account, bought an SSL Certificate, added a couple of sub domains and had an SEO assessment but you’re still not getting the hits you’d like and your budget and resources are limited. If you’ve run out of ideas on how... Read more
Written on 23 September, 2014 by Evelyn Elsted
Stay relevant and functional: Spring clean your website It’s essential that you maintain a regular online housekeeping schedule, and what better time to clean than spring? Use our handy list to help ensure you get into all those nooks and crannies and polish your website to perfection. Dust your ‘About us’ page How long has it been since... Read more