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.


QR: Quite Rare codes

13 November, 2011 by
Lingo customers David and Trish McManus clearly like to do things a little differently. You only have to visit their beautiful bar and restaurant ‘The Hare Arms’ at Stow Bardolph near Downham Market (and if you havent, you really should) to find it’s well known as a place like no other; every available inch of the welcoming bar is packed with fascinating decorative memorabilia, quality objects to amuse and entertain as you sup a pint of real ale while soaking up the glowing atmosphere.

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Facebook Removes Reviews & Discussions

10 October, 2011 by
“We’re Making Pages Better” comes the notification from facebook as you log in to your business page. But what does this mean?

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Your Top Ten Target Key Phrases and Why They Are So Important!

28 July, 2011 by
The simple technique of carefully choosing your Top Ten Target Key Phrases is probably one of the most important things you can do as a website owner.

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Phased Development

20 November, 2010 by
I heard a saying sometime ago that a good website should never be finished, and I believe it’s fairly true. It’s a tough statement to be comfortable with though.

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Facebook Profiles Vs. Pages: advice for Businesses

4 October, 2010 by
The question: “Can I use a profile for my business in facebook or should I consider using a page instead?” seems to be coming up a lot at the moment, so here’s a few key issues you might want to consider.

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Web lingo – is it all mumbo-jumbo?

1 September, 2010 by
Have you ever felt like a nodding dashboard dog? Pretending that a load of technical mumbo jumbo is sinking in, when in reality you are absolutely bewildered and not only do you not understand what is being said, but you have convinced the culprit of your baffled state into believing you know what they are talking about too!?

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Making Bite-Size Resolutions for your website

22 August, 2010 by
Reading this well written blog post on making smaller goals for writing, rang a lot of bells with advice I often give when composing new website content.

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Our new client Jane sets a blogging example for us all!

22 June, 2010 by
I had a wonderful meeting yesterday with the incredibly talented ‘Mixed Media Artist’ Jane Clark. After a bit of mindmapping and a lot of business chatting we’ve almost got to grips with the current set up of Jane’s websites, which currently combine an excellent level of photography, information and brilliant blog posts via WordPress and Blogger (two tools we strongly recommend, and I use myself).

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Easily Update Your Website

18 May, 2010 by
Adding a post is the easiest way to update your website, whether it’s a company news article, a blog post or information about your latest product.

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Want some serious traffic? You need a custom Facebook fan page!

16 April, 2010 by
Keen to convert some of the millions of users on facebook to customers? What better way than with a fan page for your business?!

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