We would suggest that if you want to maximise the revenue generated from your website that your website’s visitors should design your website so that it works for them and therefore you. With this in mind we have come up with this list of five potential problems to watch out for when designing your website’s pages and the […]
For indexing websites, Google’s web crawlers will now label sites ‘mobile friendly’ and they are also testing this as a ranking signal. So… Time to think mobile – if you haven’t already.
When someone visits your website you want them to be interested, engaged and motivated to go on a pre-prescribed journey through a process, all the way to the sales conversion.
An often quoted bit of industry research predicts that internet usage via mobile phones will overtake desktop usage in 2014. We are not far away from this becoming fact – in the UK, 25% of all web traffic comes from mobile-only users, while in developing countries it’s over 70%.
Creating a quality website complete with valuable content is difficult, requiring a lot of hard work, time and effort to design and build. So once you have published your site, the last thing you want is to find that somebody else has stolen your design (copying your source code), content (including text, images, videos etc) […]
As shown by the graphs above (and these are real stats from some of our clients) this prediction look to be correct.
Nowadays, having a website is like running a constantly evolving project, rather than a one-off piece of work. A well performing website will require ongoing analysis and updates, depending on the requirements of your target audience, trends and many other factors. As such, it’s difficult to know where to begin when building a new website […]