A good website management company should make your life easier by taking away the burden of maintaining your website. If you’re thinking about engaging a company which provides website management services, this article will give some pointers on what to look for and what you should expect them to deliver. Website management involves a wide range of […]
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Gordon Smith entered the UK web scene in 1997, having graduated in Computer Science a couple of years earlier. His first "proper" job was managing the website for the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames. From there he went on to develop a career in web media properties focussed around the online dating industry, setting up and selling several successful online dating sites. Now he advised small and medium-sized businesses on maximising their presence online through SEO, online advertising, inbound marketing and social media, as well as being an expert web developer in his own right.
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Your website will be flagged as “Not Secure” in a web browser if it does not provide any encryption of the data which passes between the website user and the site. This data could include things like usernames and passwords, data captured in online forms, comments, credit card details, or any other kind of data, […]
Let’s say you run WordPress with the Yoast SEO plugin. As time goes on you add hundreds of posts and pages. Some of these will have strong SEO titles and metas, some less so. It’s impractical to use the WordPress interface to audit them all. You could use a site audit tool such as Screaming […]
More and more businesses are discovering the advantages of outsourcing their website maintenance. So what’s it all about and what are the pros and cons of outsourced website maintenance?
Google AdWords is one of the best tools for driving traffic to a website quickly. But it can be a money-pit. We want to find the perfect balance between getting traffic and not spending too much money. One way is to ensure that you are advertising the best geographical area. This article gives some tips […]
What do Daniel Radcliffe, Daniel Craig and Keira Knightley have in common? Answer: none of them are on Twitter. Can we learn anything from these stars of the silver screen? Do we really need to be on Twitter? It’s a question that we are asked by nearly all of our new customers. Very often they feel […]
Surbiton Business Expo is back for the fourth year running and promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Learn how using easily accessible data can fuel your business success Connect with likeminded people doing business in the area Get inspired and learn from other businesses who’ve made it Industry expert speakers Google Facebook […]
Here are three important things that are going to be big news in the world of PPC and SEO. Local search ads Ads on Google Maps will lead people straight to your location. Find out more Call-only ads 70% of mobile searchers call a business directly from search results. Mobile users don’t necessarily want to click through […]
In 2014, Google announced that HTTPS would be used as a factor in search rankings At first, webmasters saw little difference in search rankings and at that time only around 7% of page-one Google results used HTTPS. That figure has climbed dramatically in the intervening two years, and now around 30% of top-level Google websites are using […]
We are now in a fully-fledged digital age. The internet of things is fast becoming reality, mobile phones scan codes on products bought in a shop, and even toddlers are naturals with touch-screen technology. We are at the stage where digital interaction is unavoidable throughout our daily lives – but has it now absorbed the more […]
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