When using WordPress to design your website, keeping SEO in mind is important for business. Check out our SEO tutorial for WordPress to help boost business. One of the best things about WordPress is the wide variety of SEO tools the website offers. And if you want to stay on top of your search results, you’ll
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Tuesday, 08 November 2016 by admin
Your blog should be thought-provoking, knowledgeable – even entertaining. It shouldn’t be a thinly veiled sales pitch. You don’t like being sold to, and neither does your reader – and they’ll quickly switch off and go elsewhere.
Wednesday, 12 October 2016 by admin
2016 figures show that 1.2 billion people now access the internet from their smartphones and tablets. As our phones become better, faster and more powerful – allowing more potential customers to access the internet on the move – the need for responsive web design becomes ever more pressing.
Shopping without ‘Shops’: 49p of every £1 spent online is with stores that have no physical location
Wednesday, 10 August 2016 by Joe
As the advancement in technology continues to develop and we become ever-more reliant on the convenience of smartphones, tablets etc. it is virtually inevitable that we will use the Internet & our devices to carry out more and more of our daily practices.
Wednesday, 06 July 2016 by admin
There’s more to choosing the right web design and development company than you might think. As well as selecting a specialist agency with the credibility, capability and creativity you’re looking for, some companies go above and beyond when it comes to having tried and trusted processes that work to ensure your project is delivered smoothly and efficiently, both on time and on budget. Kandeshop is one of them.
Tuesday, 28 June 2016 by Joe
Registering your business with Google Places – sometimes called Google My Business – boosts the chances of your customers finding you in a Google search, on Google Maps and on Google+ (remember that?). It even integrates with social media platforms such as Instagram (you knew you could tag your Instagram photos to your business address, right?).
Thursday, 12 May 2016 by Joe
Using local SEO to target potential customers within Birmingham is vital for Midlands-based businesses. Birmingham attracts 34 million people per year through tourism, with a population of 1.1 million, and has an abundance of landmarks and attractions, making it the epicentre for trade in the midlands.
123-reg.com ‘The UK’s #1 domain registrar’, provides hosting services for 3.5 million domain names and 1.7 million websites, as well as email accounts, for 800,000 UK customers. According to the 123-reg website, these customers “are trusted with us everyday”, but this statement was disproved on 16th April at around 7 AM, as many customers lost all of their data, resulting in catastrophe for an array of website owners and small businesses.
So you’ve paid a web designer to build you a nice looking website, you’re happy with how it looks and you’ve spent hours writing the content to tell the world all about what your business can do for them, you’ve got your URL on all your business cards & letter heads, but have you asked yourself the most important question of all? What’s the purpose of your website?
With the growth in usage of mobile devices such as smart phones & tablets, your business needs a great looking website that is optimised for mobile visitors. Every business who is serious about their online presence needs a website which is responsive to the device it is being viewed on. It should rearrange the elements to fit any screen so you’ll get more happy visitors which means more happy customers.