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4 Ways To Help Your Customers Get Used To Your New Website

So your business is getting a new, updated website. Congratulations! A website overhaul is exciting, but if you are a well-established company with a lot of regular online visitors, any big changes could result in confusion once the ribbon has been cut and visitors come flooding in on opening day. Read More...

New Websites

Recent Projects Round-up: Rapid Vehicle Repairs (RVR), Verditer Consulting and Daycare Journey

Our web development team has been very busy working on a few recent website launches. All our new websites are responsive and designed to work and look great across desktop, tablet and mobile. Did you know that having a responsive website is now considered an SEO ranking criteria by Google? Read More...

Five Marketing Lessons From Game of Thrones (Season One Spoilers!)

After studying the Starks, being taught by the Targaryens, and getting lessons from the Lannisters, we’re ready to impart some marketing lessons from Game of Thrones onto you. Read More...

Where To Start If You Have Literally No Content

Where To Start If You Have Literally No Content

When it comes to creating the static (i.e. non-blog, social) content for your site it can seem daunting – it's the content that is meant to support your product/services to the largest number of people, most of the time. This can feel like a massive pressure to you – especially when it can feel less worthy of your time compared to actually running a business. Here's where to start... Read More...

Better Call Saul: A Marketing Lesson From Saul Goodman

Here's something fun for your Friday - a continuation of my blog post Breaking Bad Online: A Marketing Lesson From Walter White. This time we’re delving into the much anticipated prequel, Better Call Saul. Here's what Saul Goodman, or Jimmy McGill as he was previously known, can offer us in terms of marketing expertise. Read More...

Using Online Channels To Increase High Street Footfall

While out having a drink last night, two of my friends got into an interesting and lively debate about the town they live in – the lack of major retailers in the town centre, the absence of a cinema, the need to travel to other towns for entertainment or specific stores, and the residents’ general negative perceptions of our hometown. Read More...

Client Training

Website Training

With the majority of our sites being content managed by clients, the usability of the CMS is an important factor. Read More...

Five Seconds to Impress Potential Customers Online

In a world where attitudes continuously change and customer expectations are high, do brands struggle to get to grips with digital? 2014 was a record year for online sales but despite this success, for many retailers 2014 was a technically challenging and costly year. Read More...

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