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Our top 5 SEO tips to help you understand and rank better on organic Google searches. You can easily implement these quick tips.
Responsive design is increasingly being used more as a catch-phrase of necessity when it comes to designing, developing and creating new websites. It seems to have lost it’s actual meaning and the associated reason why it is more important than ever to address when designing your new website.
The age old question of which is best? In this case we’re looking at Squarespace, Wix and WordPress as platforms on which you can build your website on – each has their own set of unique advantages and each with some disadvantages.
Are you looking to develop, or in the process of developing a brand spanking new website for your business? Ask yourself these important key questions first.
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Don’t feel left out when your web developer throws a cannonball of ridiculous sounding industry jargon in your face. Do your reading.
Imagine it’s 8:00 pm on a Saturday evening, you’ve got guests over, you’re about to start cooking your grandmother’s famous lasagne but you suddenly realise you forgot to buy the tomato paste! Uh oh!
We’re all about making the most out of our time, for both our clients and ourselves. Learn the tools of the trade, and see whether they will fit into your business.
Mobile responsiveness, the phrase that’s become a service offering rather than what used to be techy industry jargon used by professionals. If you’re website isn’t optimised for mobiles, then you’re putting yourself at a serious disadvantage.
As a small business owner, I always find small menial tasks eating up time I had planned to be spending on other projects.
The DIY warrior – grab some of our checklists for your DIY project over the weekend.
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