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Reasons Why You Need A Blog For Your Business

Blogging is almost becoming essential to maintaining an online presence, standing out above the competition, and even obtaining customers. If you want to make yourself known to your target audience, your business needs a blog. Businesses that blog often generate more leads than businesses that don’t. A blog can also help you to increase your […]

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Why G-Suite could help your business

Email delivery methods over the last few years have changed dramatically. Firstly we used POP (Post Office Protocol) to download and store our email, then came IMAP, where one could synchronise email with the server and as is common now, with all your devices. But now people are sending larger emails with large attachments, not […]

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Who is managing your website?

“Yes, I can look after the website – it’s easy” Have you heard this before? It’s not easy! If your business uses the Microsoft Suite of products, most will understand how the toolbar works, how to create new pages, edit the work and make changes to the visual aspects of your site. But a website […]

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Five Important Reasons To Redesign Your Website

Nowadays, it's extremely important for your business to have a nice-looking, easy-to-use responsive website. Many people, while doing their research, check your business's online presence along with your competitors' before they call you or fill out a "request a quote" form. Your business website is an essential element of your business that users base their […]

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Wondered how long a blog post or landing page should be for Google?

Over the years, that number has been a moving target. Once upon a time, SEO consultants recommended that every page has at least 250 words. Amazingly, some people considered 250 words “too much content.” “People won’t read all of it,” folks complained. “I don’t want that many words on my page.” My, how things have […]

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Build your own website

Ever thought you might like to build your own website? Know where to start? I first built a website over 15 years ago and simply learnt ‘on the run’. The website was for our family small business so I started small, made the first things I learnt ’work’ then moved on to the next task. […]

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