Website tips and guides

How to link your email address to an email client

26th September 2016

You can use an email program – like Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, Eudora or Apple/Mac Mail – to send and receive email from your domain’s mailbox. To do this, you need to add a new account to your email program. The method of doing this will vary depending on which program you use. It usually
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Should small businesses get a mobile website?

The simple answer is “yes”. Mobile website traffic has increased from 2% to 19% of total traffic in the last 2 years. And it’s growing fast. You only need to look around you and most people are glued to their phones. Whether it’s Googling the answer to a question in a heated debate with friends,
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5 business reasons to write a company blog

23rd September 2016

  Having a company blog isn’t about standing on your soap box and self promoting until people get bored. Below I’ve identified 5 reasons to write a blog for your business and I’ve tried to include some practical tips to get you started.   Show that you are an authority and expert in your space
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The Legal Requirements of Your Website

The essential information you need to ensure your website’s compliant The legal stuff is not the most glamorous part of owning a website, but it is essential to show your credentials as a business as well as protecting you and your customers. Certain key pieces of information are required to be present in order to
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Image size and quality

  The size and quality of an image for use on a web page is determined by a variety of things. Physical Size The physical size of an image is based upon two things: The size of the image on the screen and the file size. Generally, the file size is treated as a different
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How to Analyse Your Web Performance

How to understand the key website measurements made by Google Analytics So you’ve got Google Analytics installed and recording data about your site users … but how do you use the information? Seeing all the data for the first time can be confusing, especially if you don’t know where to start. So we’ll take it
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What is SEO and Link Building?

Advice on Search Engine Optimisation and how it applies to your website Search Engine Optimisation is the fancy term for ‘getting your website higher up on search engine results’. Because new customers often come from internet searches, the higher up you are on the results, the more customers you’ll get. This is a beginner’s guide
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Our Experts’ Top 10 Website Tips

  Looking to get online? Experts share their top tips for start-ups…   #1 A website should function like a well-designed supermarket… “…Shopping aisles (sections of a website) should be clearly labelled, groceries (important pieces of content such as site navigation and search) should be within easy reach, and the checkouts where you complete the
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What Should You Pay For A Website?

From agencies to freelancers, let us guide you to get value for what you pay for a website Like it or not, today’s average consumer expects a business to have a website. Even if you don’t actually do business online, consumers are becoming increasingly tech-savvy and like to research companies, products or contact details on the
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Top 6 Things to Discuss With Your Web Designer

  Getting your own website doesn’t have to be hard work. Once you find a good web designer, the process becomes easy. Below are six key topics to discuss with your designer to make sure that they design the perfect website for your business.   1. What is your business about? This is the most
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