If you’re running a business and you have a website, then your website exists to help you make more money. You might think that this statement doesn’t apply to you unless you’re selling goods or services online, but you couldn’t be more wrong.
Tech giants Google have set up shop in Sunderland’s The Bridges shopping centre to offer free advice and one-to-one training on a range of digital marketing, business, as well as a range of computer-related workshops.
As part of the recent drive towards GDPR compliance, you may have been given advice on how to make your website and associated processes more secure. One of the key pieces of advice we give to our web design clients is to install an SSL Certificate on their domains.
Your website may be stuck in a rut when it comes to Google, but it doesn’t have to be that way! Start the new year the way you mean to go on – by implementing these six easy fixes today you can improve your position on the leading search engines.
One of Newcastle’s newest – and busiest – recording and rehearsal studios, Nemix identified a need to drive enquiries up and fill their state of the art rooms at quieter times. We agreed their website needed a complete overhaul in order to gain traction with search engines and convert more visitors into enquiries.
Stoneham Amplification is respected as a high-end brand offering premium quality custom-built guitar amplifiers and a comprehensive and professional before-and-after-care service. We were brought in to look at ways in which Stoneham could prepare themselves for the transition from one-off bespoke orders to sustained national and international sales.