Online technologies are changing fast. This section is here to give you a helping hand understanding what’s new and how to make the best use of everything that’s out there.

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Security Matters

21 September, 2016 by
Once again, Google, and more specifically, Google Chrome, (the most popular browser in the world) are taking yet more steps to batten-down the hatches of internet safety.

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Super-targeting-time!

13 July, 2016 by
Here’s a quick example of how digital marketing directs adverts at your most-likely customers. Google remarketing campaigns use the positive power of cookies to show specific adverts to customers who have already been to your site.

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Lock up your site!

17 April, 2016 by
Online security continues to escalate in importance, and for website owners, the onus is on you. It’s an unfortunate fact of the internet, that attackers are constantly snooping for important information such as form submissions, shop orders, and, well, pretty much everything that happens on your website. 

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Deliveries, where the Devil’s in the Detail

5 January, 2016 by
It’s New Year and that means plenty of new plans and projects are afoot. Perhaps this is the year that you’ll add that eCommerce shop to your website?

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Google announces ‘significant impact’ on mobile-unfriendly websites

5 March, 2015 by
From 21st April any websites that are not mobile-friendly are likely to see their search results suffer.

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New Year, New Website?

11 December, 2014 by
With every new website, ordered before the end of January, we’re including 6 months Sitecare & Email Marketing Set Up absolutely FREE of Charge.

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Hamburgers on the Menu

2 December, 2014 by
With the dramatic increase of mobile phone usage, big user experience on smaller devices has never been more important. The three line menu icon, fondly referred to as the “hamburger button” or the “nav burger”, is now appearing regularly in responsive or mobile design to hide the primary navigation menu bar as seen on desktop versions of websites.

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Ready for Black Friday?

24 November, 2014 by
Black Friday is the first Friday after Thanksgiving and typically marks the busiest day of the year for online shopping. This year Black Friday will fall on 28th November.

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The simple way to give your email marketing a boost

17 November, 2014 by
Do you know how many of your customers read their emails on a mobile device, rather than on a traditional desktop?

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What is ‘Semalt’ and why does it keep sending visitors to my website?

20 October, 2014 by
Semalt is ostensibly a web analytics company offering a number of webmaster and search tools. However due to its spammy crawling techniques it may have a detrimental impact on a website’s site statistics and search engine page ranking.

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What is the purpose of a website wireframe?

28 January, 2014 by
If someone told you they were building a new house without plans or architect’s blueprints, you might think that they were a little foolish.

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Maintenance and Support Agreements

3 December, 2013 by
A pro-active approach to site maintenance helps ensure site performance is consistent. By having a maintenance agreement in place, you and your site will benefit from the following: Regular tests for software and hardware compatibility will be carried out, issues are addressed and fixes may be applied.

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