In case you missed the news, Google have made some big changes to their search algorithms for 2017. This gives us a lot of things to be thinking about to keep our websites up to date and working well. Let's have a quick look at what it means for your website to be mobile friendly and what you can do to check if your website is up to scratch.
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Are you unhappy with your current website host? Is your website slow and underperforming? Are you fed up of dealing with hacked sites, failed updates and poor customer service?
If you found this article, then maybe you've already decided that you need to invest some money into your online presence. This could be a new website, an advertising campaign or maybe you just need someone to look after it all for you. Finding the right person or design agency to work with is vital to the success of any project.
Ever had that feeling when you bought something that was cheap only to discover later that there was a reason it was cheap! Yeah, me too - and that's why if something sounds too good to be true, it usually is. This is especially true when it's a cheap website!
A delay on your website as little as one second can have a big impact on customer satisfaction, the number of page views and can have a detrimental impact on your business. This infographic, courtesy of wpengine.com shows how the speed of your website can impact your business!
Wordpress Cookie Consent
I was recently asked by a client if it was necessary to add a cookie consent message to their Wordpress website. If you are reading this with the same question, the short answer is maybe!
Building your website on the WordPress platform has many advantages, such as adding additional features to your website such as eCommerce and social media integrations. It is also great for customers who want to be able to edit parts of their website themselves. The downside of this is that WordPress is regularly being updated.