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04
Sep

Taking payments online… What is Strong Customer Authentication (SCA)?

Strong Customer Authentication (SCA)* is a new regulation taking effect on 14th September 2019, if you’re using WordPress and WooCommerce this will effect you!

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10
Apr

The impact of Brexit on your website

While Brexit has many uncertainties, what is certain is this will impact both business and your website. We look at some of the possible outcomes…

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29
Aug

Get Ready for WordPress Gutenberg

Gutenberg is the most radical update to the WordPress editing experience in years.

We look at how that’s going to affect most website, and whether it’s a good thing at all…

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06
Jul

Google to start billing for using maps but what does it really mean?

As of the 16th of July 2018, Google will start to charge anyone who uses a Google Maps API on their website. So, what does it really mean and how much could you be charged?

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19
Apr

.com .co.uk .london…yep, we’re talking domains and extensions!

Ever found yourself stuck when choosing the right domain name for your business? Perhaps you’re overwhelmed with the choice of new domain extensions out there? We break it down and start with the basics in this blog post.

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26
Sep

Generating New Business: An Introduction to Landing Pages

Looking to use your website to generate new leads? Our Introduction to Landing Pages looks at Landing pages as an effective way of generating New Business.

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04
Jul

Collect genuine customers reviews, a look at Feefo Reviews

The only opinion that counts is your customers, so why not let your customer’s reviews work harder for you? We look at Feefo’s new reviewing platform…

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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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19
Dec

Google Chrome to label some sites “not secure” from January 2017

Google announced Chrome will begin labelling HTTP connections that feature passwords or credit card forms as non-secure. But what could that mean for you?

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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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