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.

We like to adapt our creative processes and design methods to stay on track and deliver the best possible solutions for our clients. This might be anything from new printing methods to alternative online marketing tips.


Three things you need to know about obfuscation

14 November, 2012 by
1) What is obfuscation? In the world of websites we use the words ‘obfuscate’ and ‘obfuscation’ when talking about protecting important information such as email addresses and telephone numbers from malicious web bots.

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Target Audience: SEO – Back to Basics

21 September, 2012 by
The first thing that has to be considered, when planning your website content, is target audience. You have to think about who will want to visit your site, what they want to see, and why they want to visit.

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Buying a New Website | Things You Need to Know #2

3 September, 2012 by
In the first post we considered the questions ‘What is a Content Management System and do I need one?’ This time the question for consideration is: #2 Which Content Management System is the right one for me?

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Buying a New Website | Things You Need to Know #1

2 August, 2012 by
Inspired by the sticky situation a new client of ours found herself in, this post is aimed at the small business thinking of buying a new website or upgrading an existing site.

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Cut Out The Keyword Guesswork (FREE Tool)

13 July, 2012 by
Looking to Search Engine optimise your site? Not sure what Keywords to use? If you’ve already got a Google account (if not, why not) and are honing in on your Keywords, the Keywords Tool is right up your search street.

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Up-dates, down-costs!

30 May, 2012 by
As website development gets ever more complex, some elements of site maintenance can become more ‘routine’ and require skills not restricted to those of a “developer” or “web-designer”.

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Reining in the Cookie Monster

28 May, 2012 by
Today is the first working day since EU Regulations on the use of cookies in websites were adopted into law by the UK Government.

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Simple search engine tips for small businesses

28 May, 2012 by
Step into SEO We often hear from our small business clients that they are a bit scared of search engine optimisation (SEO).

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A Slice Of Our Own Advice

15 May, 2012 by
Writing new content can sometimes feel like a chore; another item on a business owners’ long list of ‘to-do’s. But the advice remains the same; neglect your website copy at your peril!

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Social Media Demographics…InfoGraphic

2 April, 2012 by
Whether you love or hate info graphics, quite often, as long as you take them with a pinch of salt, they can be a useful tool to demonstrate complex statistics.

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LOVE CONTENT

14 February, 2012 by
This Valentines day, Lingo are sending our not-so-secretive admission of admiration to the entity of content. We love content so much, we’re almost lost for words (now, that would be ironic!) and we wanted to show our affection.

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Explaining some Ugly Lingo…

7 February, 2012 by
I watched Panorama last night with interest; as one of the many popular internet jargon terms was explained and moreover, one of the faces of the often anonymous participants of ‘Trolling’ was exposed.

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