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08
May

How to make a website internationally friendly, 5 things to get you started

For many businesses, reaching an international market is a logical and sometimes vital step to growing your business. We look at how to make a website internationally friendly with 5 things to get you started

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16
Nov

Email marketing is about to change in a big way – Introducing GDPR

Email marketing is about to change in a big way from May 2018, thanks General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). We look at what’s to come…

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03
Jun

Inspectlet review: Watch people using your website

Ever wandered if you could watch people using your website to see what they do?
Now you can. Read more with our Inspectlet Review.

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26
Apr

We’re at the B2B Marketing Expo, London 11-12 May 2016

Come and see FL1 Digital at the B2B Marketing Expo, London on 11-12 May 2016.
Drop-in training sessions, and Website clinics running over the course of 2 days.

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20
Oct

Taking payments online, Payment Gateways explained

Whether you have an online shop or simply want to take adhoc payments, there are a lot of options when it comes to taking money with your website. We look at some common options

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17
Jun

We’re at Herts B2B Expo!

We’re at the Herts B2B Exhibition in Tewin Bury Farm, Welwyn, Hertfordshire today.

Why not come along and visit us on Stand 30?

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23
Dec

10 Years in Web Design, a look back to 2004

As FL1 Group reaches its 10th Birthday in 2014, we look back at how our industry has changed since 2004?

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19
Dec

3 Reasons not to Plagiarise content

Ever been stuck for ideas or seen a great article and want to use it on your site?
This great article talks about the pit-falls of Plagiarism…

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16
Oct

Do you know more than the geeks at FL1?

If you like quizzes and think you can beat the geeks at FL1, check out the Charity Quiz Night at St Columba’s College in St Albans on Friday 8th November

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22
May

Building and Preserving a Good Social Media Reputation

There’s a lot to be said about having a great reputation as a brand. Moreover, there’s a lot to be said about having a bad one. Just look at a huge brand like Domino’s. They’re doing okay in 2013, but it wasn’t that long ago when viral videos and bad reviews had the entire brand reeling, with those in charge contemplating abandoning ship. Yeah; it was that bad.

As a much smaller brand operating on social networking sites like Facebook, a bad reputation is something you may not be able to bounce back from. So it’s incredibly important that you focus your efforts on building and maintaining a good reputation, from your posts and products to your public relations.

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