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.
I talk to several people a day about their businesses and their websites and there’s one phrase that comes up regularly that really frustrates me: “I don’t really need a website”. Sometimes they follow it up with “We’ve got one but it doesn’t really bring in much business”. Most people who say this are running
Keyword stuffing is everywhere on the web. Ever seen a web page that’s ram packed with lists like “Electrician in Liverpool”, “Electrician in Merseyside”, “Electrician in St Helens”, etc.? You’ll normally notice that the lists contain very similar terms that the website owner is hoping Google will pick up on so that they rank higher
If you’ve got a website for your business, you’ll want to avoid these common pitfalls.
Forget traditional marketing – if you want more eyes on your business then you’re better off looking at digital marketing.
If you’re starting a new business or looking to create a basic website for your existing business, you might already have already looked at Wix. Thanks to a massive TV and web marketing campaign, Wix is now arguably the best known website building service.
There’s no such thing as a free lunch apparently. However, there are such things as free online business tools. Read on to find 4 top picks.
If you’ve gone to all the trouble to create a professional looking website, make sure that you haven’t let yourself down with an unprofessional business E-Mail address.
What is a responsive website? It’s a website that looks equally good on a smartphone, a tablet and a traditional desktop or laptop PC.
If you ask anybody what Search Engine Optimisation means, you’ll normally get a three word answer: top of Google.