On Thursday 4th April 2019, some webpages disappeared from Google’s search index. Some of those that remained found that they had slipped several places on search.
The first question that we’ll often get from new clients is “how much does a website cost?” That’s hardly surprising given that a custom-built website can be a sizeable investment. However, it can be a difficult question to answer given that a website can cost from a few hundred pounds to many thousands of pounds.
When ranking websites for search, Google takes a wide variety of factors into account. One of the most important factors has been shown to be the speed of your website.
If your website doesn’t have an SSL certificate (the green padlock in the address bar of your web browser) then from today (24th July 2018) your users may be seeing a message that could make your business look less than professional.
Looking for free fonts for your website? In years gone by you’d have to find each font individually, download the TTF file and install it on your computer before you could use it. If you wanted to use those fonts on your website then you could pretty much forget it; websites didn’t allow for custom
How many visitors does your website receive each week? It’s a simple question but it’s amazing how many businesses across Liverpool we speak with that don’t know the answer for their website.
Over the last few months, we’ve had several new clients approach us having had issues with their previous web designers. These designers have then chosen to use their domain name as leverage to extract money from the client.
Are you using Facebook Pages to promote your business? If so, you’ll want to be aware of a big change to the way that Facebook will be showing your posts in their user’s news feeds.
Digital marketing allows you to closely measure and manage your marketing efforts which can allow you to manage and predict your future advertising spend.
Web design is a funny business. If you’ve tried to get a quote for a website recently then you’ll find that they range from free (usually a family member offering to help out) to the extremely expensive “premium” web designers.