Just found some old links to our website via one of our favourite seo tools Link Research Tools. This article from Heart Internet that we commented on dates back to 2009. Part of owning a website involves promoting it and building up links from other websites to yours, trying to keep them relevant to your…

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If you are considering building a WordPress website, as well as contacting ourselves for a quote you may like to have a greater understanding of what WordPress is and how popular it has become in recent times. The infographic below, courtesy of Supertasker will give you a great insight into one one of the most…

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Website mobile-friendliness is now a Google ranking signal Need some help with your responsive website design? Google Rankings and Responsive Design Checker – Google recently came out with an announcement that they will be using mobile-friendliness as an SEO ranking signal, effective from 21st April 2015. Simply setting up an online website for your business isn’t…

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Website maintenance and management services from Sins Designs Need some help with website management services? We provide website management services for anyone who has a website. You do not have to be an existing client of ours for us to be able to help you out with your requirements. Perhaps your current website has got…

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25 Facts About Google

January 19, 2015 | Under General discussion

We all know who Google are, but did you know there 25 facts about Google? Google began in March 1998 as a research project by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Ph.D. students at Stanford University. When we started using the early internet Altavista was the search engine of choice, but having read about Google in…

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What is responsive web design? Websites have changed in recent times with the onset of tablets and mobile phones, websites now need render well on a variety of devices so that users can view them whatever device they are browsing the internet on. From a web design perspective this is known as being ‘responsive’, eg….

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