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6 Web Design Trends Worth Considering

1. UI Patterns – Increased Usage Responsive website design is becoming increasingly popular due to a combination of the rise in WordPress sites & other theme purchasing sites like Themeforest. This results in a lot of websites looking very similar, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. From research into the way we consume the web, it has…

‘Upgrade to Internet Explorer 11’ says Microsoft

Old versions of Internet Explorer are being ‘killed off’ Microsoft announced as of yesterday they will no longer be supporting early versions of Internet Explorer (7, 8, 9 & 10). They are aiming to push users towards using the new Windows 10 and Edge, the latest versions of Windows. Internet Explorer 11, the most recent version…

Website SSL Hosting

Boost your search engine status Google’s page ranking system is the most important part of the search engine, Google recently announced that they’re using HTTPS as a factor towards your ranking. Currently this factor is affecting fewer than 1% of global queries, however, Google also noted that this could easily change and have more weight…

Why You Need A Business Email Address

Unprofessional Names An email address reflects your business and professionalism. Potential clients may be put off when they discover your email address is something unprofessional for example ‘krazykathy@gmail.com’. You should avoid using personal email address’s as it can instantly put doubt into a customers mind, you should try and brand your business at every possible…

The Top 10 Website Mistakes Businesses Make

1. Trying To Do Everything On The Cheap Is A Big No No! With running a business comes a lot of expense, money can sometimes be tight and this can tempt people to cut corners and choose the cheapest option. This can save you money, yes, however you could be damaging your business for the…

Never use a website theme! Why?

The advantage of a theme is that can be installed with ease and will cost no more than £100. The down side is that a lot of the themes are very similar, so this means the website is often unlikely to look original, or unique. If a theme isn’t exactly what is desired it will need to be customised anyway,…

Your website is the cornerstone of your marketing and a vital tool in selling your services. Clear marketing combined with a new web design will benefit your business in increased online visitors and therefore increased enquiries and sales.

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