How To Set Up Email For Outlook 2013

After receiving so many calls from my customers regarding their email clients, I have finally decided to write an article to explain how to set up your Outlook emails on Outlook 2013. Please note that in order to follow this article, you will need to have your email address and password to hand. 1, Start […]

Read More

How To Plan Market Research For New Websites

It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to build a brand and launch a portfolio of new websites. One surprising thing I have found during consultations is that people tend to skip researching other competition within the market they will be targeting. This threw me a little as it does not take much […]

Read More

How To Avoid Thin Content Penalties

Thin content also known as low-quality content is a very big problem. The internet is overrun by thin content even though Google started to devalue it a while back using the Panda algorithm. Even your website could be harboring low-quality thin content without you realising. It is not uncommon for low-quality content to be found […]

Read More

How much does a website cost?

How much does a website cost? We get asked this question many times per day, we would say prices vary depending on the quality of the website, and the overheads of the website design company you are talking to. Prices can vary from anything from £1000 for a basic 5-page website to £10000 if you […]

Read More

How Long To Rank On Google

Let me confirm there is no certain way to rank your website high on Google. Neither can anyone tell you how long it will take to get to the first pages of the Google SERP’s. However, from my experience on the SEO arena, there are some key factors that come into play. These factors are […]

Read More

Facebook Dislike Button On Its Way

  Very recently Mark Zuckerburg announced that the Facebook development team are working on a new feature that will enable users to dislike posts. The feature has not yet been given a name but we can only assume it will be along the lines of “Dislike”. This will defiantly change the way the social network […]

Read More

EU Website Cookie Directive Is Crumbling

It has been reported by the E-consultancy on the Trustee report for EU cookie directive compliance, that only 12% of the highest ranking top 50 websites in the UK are complying with the directive. Most alarming are that neither France or Germany’s top websites were complying with the onscreen pop-up banners or tabs to alert […]

Read More

Designing A Website

The web design process usually consists of six design and development phases. The design and development process for websites: There are several steps that need to be incorporated into the development of a website. These start with the initial gathering of information, to website creation, and finally end with maintenance and updating in order to […]

Read More

CSS Coding Tips

As with most things, the best way to approach things is in a logical manner. Here we have 9 tips to help you with CSS coding. 1. Best to be Simple This may sound like the stating the obvious but there is no point using complicated coding to achieve your designs. Only too often we […]

Read More

Creating Successful Content – What’s involved?

Our Content Marketing team has only one purpose, delivering the best results to all our customers. Over the last couple of months, our team of experts have been creating interesting and exciting content to increase our customer’s search engine optimisation campaigns. Business Goal: To begin with, it is based upon what you categorise as a […]

Read More