How to Build A Website (in a day!)

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The first question you might be asking yourself is ‘why would I want to build a website in a day?‘ Well, the simple answer to that should be because you no longer want to spend the average of 14 weeks getting one built, and go through all the pain that comes with it – long back and forth email communications, mistimed phone calls that lead … Read More

4 best metric tools for your website

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In this article, I will be talking about the 4 best metric tools that we use for generating information about your website. So, now that you’ve got your website up and running, you may often think to yourself, is there a way I can see what customers are frequently visiting? What they are most likely purchasing? Or what are your … Read More

How to Build a Website Quickly

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You’re most likely here because you need to create your new website as soon as possible to help win a contract or win more business. You have come to the right place as this article is all about how to build a website quickly. Firstly, we need to establish what you need so you don’t just jump head first into making the wrong … Read More

Mobile First vs Mobile Responsive

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It’s not really an either/or option having a mobile responsive or mobile-first website. You cannot have a mobile first website without it being responsive… The question you need to ask your developer to rank higher in Google is ‘Do I having a Mobile First website?‘ Many designers will not be able to answer this, especially if they have used a template … Read More

What is a bounce rate?

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Anyone researching ways to get more business from their website will have come across the term ‘Bounce rate’ and wondered what it is. Even as an experienced developer and online marketing professional, I still find myself learning new things about bounce rates and how to improve them such as whether having social buttons on your top menu contribute to higher … Read More