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A well designed website means you guide users on a brand experience, giving them insight to your business and how you can help them.
Having a social media presence is incredibly time consuming and sometimes you don't see the reward. That's why having some automated processes in place using tools like Hootsuite is a good idea.
More than ever we use our smartphone to run our daily lives. We research, we watch, we shop, we socialise and we do just about everything all via our phone.
LinkedIn is a great portal for professionals who want to connect with like-minded business owners. Optimising your profile ensures that you get the best out of LinkedIn that you can.
​Google has always been known for sticking to quite a simple and rarely changed method of advertising so when they recently announced the big news of removing right-side ads on the search engine results page (SERP), many people have been quite taken aback.…
​Email Marketing has long been considered one of the most important and effective means of communication, enabling an immediate, efficient and flexible online channel to reach new potential customers and further strengthen relationships with existing…
Today, if a business does not have a website, it is as if it does not exist. Quite simply put, if you are not online, you are invisible in the modern business climate. That being said, the modern consumer is discerning and you cannot just slap together a…
​The most well-known browser that every internet user has heard of, and most likely used, at some point or another is by far Microsoft’s “Internet Explorer”. The name at one point was almost even synonymous with the concept of surfing the web at one point.
​There’s thousands of new trends taking social media by storm each day, yet they all seem to disappear and die down just as quickly as they come into existence. Due to this, anyone wishing to take advantage of trending hashtags to help share their messages…
​The main reason why infographics are so effective is essentially due to the fact that the way our brains work. Naturally we’re visual learners and predisposed to absorb information with strong visual cues.