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Why use HTTPS vs. HTTP? And what are the benefits of switching?

Simply put, the strongest case for switching to HTTPS is that you are making your website more secure. It can safeguard your data and that of your customers, and bring you the peace of mind that comes with knowing that you’re protected from other problems such as malicious ads or spyware, that can ruin your […]

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Top 8 Reasons To Choose A Bespoke WordPress Websites Over Themes

If you’re weighing up development options for your next website project, you’ll no doubt be considering the merits of a custom build versus a template solution. The fact is, most developers will tell you that a custom WordPress theme has multiple benefits for your business. Let’s take a look at the reasons why 1. A […]

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10 Steps To Writing The Perfect Sales Page

10 Steps To Writing The Perfect Sales Page

Content writing for a website can be a daunting task for many website owners. Copy and design are critical to you being able to sell your product/service and they are very much dependent on each other.

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5 website predictions for 2017

5 Website Predictions For 2017

Trends to know about: 1. Faster mobile browsing via AMP. Roll-out of Accelerated Mobile Pages – an industry collaboration building fast-loading web pages across multiple platforms and devices. 2. More mobile purchasing: Three out of every 10 e-commerce purchases are via mobile and numbers are set to grow. 3. Rise of the Chatbot. Apple’s Siri, […]

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Brexit: Keep Calm & Carry On Marketing

The UK’s withdrawal from the EU has caused uncertainty for businesses large and small. Whatever the future holds, experts agree that now is NOT the time to cut back on marketing your products and services. Instead, peg your spend but make sure every £ delivers. Good business intelligence will guide your decision-making – is yours up to date?

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Google Grants For UK Charities

Free advertising on Google for non-profits One of the lesser-known benefits that Google offer charities is the Google Grants scheme. Through this program charities and non-profit organisations can get up to $10,000 USD (around £6,000) of free AdWords advertising every month. With Google now claiming to process over 40,000 search queries every second your charity and its […]

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Facebook “Reactions” Update

Yesterday Mark Zuckerberg announced the world wide launch of Reactions — the new Like button with extra ways of showing your emotions.

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