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Jan

How to Search Engine Optimise your website: 5 Steps to get you started

How to Search Engine Optimise your website: 5 Steps to get you started.
Many businesses have high expectations for their websites being found in Google, and good Search Engine Rankings can take time and cost money. We look at some basics to get you started.

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18
Dec

5 essential WordPress plug-ins

As WordPress continues to evolve as the most popular Content Manage platform on the internet boasting 17% of all websites on the net being built using WordPress, what are the 5 essential WordPress plug-ins to use to get the most out of your WordPress website?

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15
Nov

The Beginners Search Engine Jargon Buster

There’s a lot of acronyms when it comes to anything Search Engine related, so here are a few key ones to help you get to grips with what they mean.

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23
Oct

Alarm bells should be ringing loud and clear for any business involved in distance selling!

The Office of Fair Trading (“OFT”) have taken the step of conducting a pre-Christmas review of 156 retailer websites and found that many of them were not fully complying with the Consumer (Distance Selling) Regulations and the Electronic Commerce (EC)Directive) Regulations. Find out more from Brian Scott at Max Montague…

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15
Oct

Your new website: Open-source or build it from scratch?

So you’re looking to build a new website, but do you use something off the shelf or build a bespoke site from the ground up? We look at the pros and cons of either approach…

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29
Aug

Google Analytics: Bounce Rates explained

Bounce Rate is a term that you may have seen on your website’s Google Analytics report, or heard about from your web designer when talking about search engine optimization, but what actually is it and should you really care?

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21
Jun

The new EU Website Cookie Law – Is your website legal?

On the 26th May 2011 the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) passed a law that in the UK all websites who use cookies need to allow their user’s to Opt-Out.
So is your website legal?

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24
May

How to generate new business through your website; 5 things you need to know

There are lots of different ways to generate new business using the web and it’s a subject that can be written about and approached in 100 different ways, but here are a few basics to get things going. Whether you’ve got an existing website or look in to a new market, the principals below are […]

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18
Apr

Smilies have no place in business, or do they? ;-)

Smilies aren’t a new thing by any stretch of the imagination, yet using them in the commercial world is taboo. We take a look at why…

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03
Feb

Email marketing software review: iContact vs MailChimp

For small businesses and non-profit organizations, one of the easiest ways to stay in touch with customers and supporters is to send them a weekly, monthly, or quarterly email newsletter. We look at two of the biggest players in the Email Marketing software field, iContact and MailChimp.

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