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Google has Started Cracking Down on Unsecure Websites

Try this. Yes, now. Look up at the address bar. Yes, you. Look to the right of the refresh button. You will see a green lock with the word ‘Secure’ (or just a green lock if you’re using Firefox, or a lock in the address bar on Safari). This simple addition makes a world of […]

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Optimising your website for voice searches – How to (Technical).

When someone asks a question like “Where’s a good place to get pizza around here?” how do different smart devices determine which restaurant to pick? Every day more people are starting to go to their preferred voice assistant for recommendations however not many businesses are taking advantage of this yet, mainly because no one has […]

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Using popups on your website? Find out how you will be impacted by Google’s new update.

If you hate those pop-up ads or newsletter signups you see on most websites now you are in luck, because Google will be showing you less of them. While news that mobile users continue to climb shouldn’t have surprised anyone, generating more revenue for advertisers, it is coming at the cost of the user. For […]

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6 common mistakes seen when reviewing 20+ websites

One of the top questions I get from business owners is: “Why isn’t my website making sales?” Recently, I went through and offered some of my email subscribers a free review of their website (scroll to the bottom to sign up yourself if you haven’t already, I try to run these offers as much as […]

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When was the last time you checked the security of your website?

“Why would anyone hack my site?” you might ask. Well, let’s be clear, the majority (99%) of attacks are not targeted to a specific company. The fact is that most, or the great majority, of attacks are automated¹. This means that various bots (pieces of software) developed by hackers crawl the web and look for […]

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Our Website building process.

We get a lot of questions about our method when it comes to putting together our client’s websites, so I figured that I would sum it all up into one post. There are many things to consider when we start a new website project. Therefore, it’s always good to have a process and follow a […]

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The Best or the Worst, All About April 21st

Mark it down in your calendar – April 21st – Whether you website is responsive or not, it’s going to be a big day. What’s the Big Deal? April 21st is the date Google starts to factor in responsiveness – aka how well your website works on mobiles – into their Search Engine Result Position […]

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Responsive Design and You

As we move into 2015 it’s the perfect time to address “Responsive Web Design”. The Story So Far – Before we get into it, let’s start by defining what we actually mean when we say “Responsive Web Design”. Responsive Web Design is a rather new term that has been brought about due to the increase in […]

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7 Reasons why a web page is better than a Facebook Page

Facebook isn’t really designed very well for people to discover your product, unless you’re paying for ads. Independently run web sites can be custom-tailored to your business, meaning (if done properly) they can show off the strengths of your product, whereas Facebook is mainly for socialising with your customer base.

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