Reasons to take your business online

Websites and Social Media are essential components of a business strategy with more and more consumers looking for services and suppliers from the comfort of their own homes and the convenience of their mobile devices. To be effective your website must be...

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What Makes Quality Website Content

Website Content Well organised and well written content is essential to attract visitors to your site. After all, this is how Google and other search engines find you. High quality website content is what will keep your customer on your site and help you to edge ahead...

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What is a WordPress Pingback ?

A pingback is a type of comment that’s created when you link to another blog post. It is a way for your website to let another website owner know that you have linked to their post. To explain Pingbacks fully let's assume that person A and person B both have a...

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Ideal Content Length Infographic

Do you find it difficult to decide just how long your Blog post, tweet or facebook post should be? This Infographic shows you the ideal length of your Tweets, Facebook posts, Blog posts, paragraphs, Domain names, hashtags, subject lines and title tags. It also tells...

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10 Tips for Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)

This is a list of 10 tips for Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) to help you get your website ranked higher on search engines like Google and Bing. Content is king and poor SEO performance may point to poorly structured and non-quality content. This could involve a...

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Seven Characteristics that Make Good Domain Names

Choosing a Domain name is very important for your website and for your overall business. Domain names should be short enough for people to remember easily as well as representing your business accurately. The following article by Daniel Scocco lists the 7...

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WordPress Powers a Quarter of the World’s Websites

This article from Business 2 Community reveals very interesting statistics on Wordpress. The first full version of WordPress was released for use in January of 2004. In retrospect, I doubt many realized (perhaps not ever Matt Mullenweg or co-founder Mike Little) how...

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Reasons to use WordPress

WordPress is an open source blogging and content management system (CMS). It was originally built for publishing and has developed as a sophisticated base for developing simple and complex Internet and Intranet sites. The expansion of Worpdress is as a result of the...

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Web Design Trends 2016

Web Design Trends 2016 Web Design Trends 2016 see a move towards minimal design. There is so much content on the web that keeping your site simple and easy to navigate will make your site more successful. Large Hero images and video are also highlights of the...

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Google Analytics Metrics and Reports for Bloggers

Everybody is saying it "You need to blog to bring visitors to your site" But you must analyse what visitors are reading on your blog to maximise the return on your investment. This article from Mark Hansen, the Founder and President of Megalytic , on the Google...

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