Posted by Malcolm Iliff, on 19th May 2016
What do you know about your website visitors? Do you care who they are, or what they do? Here are some straightforward and basic ideas on what your site should be doing and what you should be doing to your site.
Posted by Malcolm Iliff, on 3rd February 2016
Does ‘Brand’ really matter?
This really ought to be the perennial question for every digital agency that builds and promotes websites for their clients. Hopefully, potential clients chose a particular supplier or they renew their contracts with the supplier because they appreciate the 'brand', they trust it, it gives them confidence, it fulfils their criteria for entering a long term relationship of mutual trust and mutual profit. They like the ‘brand’! What does this all mean?...
Posted by Mike Thirlwell, on 17th May 2015
In April Google announced it has enhanced its search algorithms to reward sites that are built using responsive web design techniques. This means traditional fixed width websites may lose out to mobile friendly sites in the search rankings. Have you noticed a drop in the number of visitors recently?
Posted by Malcolm Iliff, on 30th October 2014
Does your website rank 10/10?
Having a website’s one thing. Having one that's working for you is another. Your Google PageRank – or page ranking - is the one clear sign of how good your website is. You get marks out of 10. A bit like your school report, the effort you put into your website content and technical structure determines your results.
Posted by Malcolm Iliff, on 12th October 2014
Responsive design is a new technique used in developing websites to overcome the difficulty of displaying them appropriately on the wide variety of devices now being used to browse the web.
Desktop screens are getting larger, whilst ...