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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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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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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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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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SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act ) and PIPA (Protect IP Act), what’s all the fuss about?

You may have heard people talking/blogging/twittering about SOPA — the Stop Online Piracy Act and PIPA (Protect IP Act), but what’s it really all about?

We take a look to see how it will impact the internet the whole world over.

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Choosing the right Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Software, where to start…

A good CRM package can be the hub of a business and help drive sales, build relationships and save time and money. But with so many to choose from, where do you start? Get it right, and it will drive your business, get it wrong and it will cost you dearly. We look at the basics…

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Your first website and Google, so what happens next?

So you’ve built your first website, and you want to get found in Google.
If you’re not sure what happens and how it all works, then read on…

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Google’s Panda update downgrades UK tech sites, Affiliate sites and Content Farms

Google is well known for implementing new search algorithms within its search technology.
A recent update called Panda has changed the game for many website owners, most notably those that use affiliate links to other websites.

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What is WAI Compliance for your website, and why do you need to know?

Many website owners either aren’t aware of WAI or brush over with limited understanding, but in some cases you could be breaking the law. We look at WAI compliance and how it may affect your website.

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New UK law on use of website Cookies deferred for one year

UK websites are being given one year to comply with EU cookie laws, the Information Commissioner’s Office has said.

The regulations were commonly complied with by the inclusion of relevant wording in a website’s Privacy Policy, however this is no longer to be the case.

So, how might these changes in the law affect your website?

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