Quick Guide to starting your own eCommerce businesses
Starting an e-commerce business has never been easier, if you are thinking of starting a new online business OR are considering moving from traditional shop sales to e-commerce here are a few steps to get you started: Register a domain that represents your brand or product range. Sign up to a WordPress hosting package from …Read More
10 top tips for working from home
Just started working from home? Here are our 10 top tips for being most productive. Set an alarm and get up as you usually would. Without someone watching the clock you can so often be guilty of tapping the snooze button to much. Explain to friends and family you are working from home, not taking …Read More
Whats the right website platform for me?
There are numerous solutions on the market offering plenty of features so sometimes choosing the right platform can be a bit of a mine field, learning later it doesn’t support your future needs after adopting and investing in it. Brochure Sites For basic brochure websites there are plenty of options on the market, from drag …Read More
What should I do about Malware?
As a business I suspect everyone has heard of malware and are constantly warned about it. However, to many businesses it still feels like something that happens to others and they don’t consider the very real business risks. A businesses website is targeted by hackers hourly, looking for out of date software or easily guessed …Read More
Choosing the right domain for my business
The market for domains is hugely competitive, back in the day you could have several businesses all called the same in different states and no one knew any different. Today, when you google your business name multiple businesses using the same name space can clutter the results and your chances of being found by your …Read More
Shared, Virtual, Dedicated, What’s the difference?
As a business your priority is ensuring your website looks great, is always available and loads quickly. But there are so many options it is hard to know where to begin. This is our quick guide to your options: Shared Hosting This is the most common type of hosting for your website, with shared hosting …Read More
Sharing the Love with a free SSL Certificate
Last year we informed you about the changes being implemented by Google and being adopted by many of the popular internet browsers. This update pushes down the listings non-HTTPS sites and informs users that your site is “insecure”. What does this mean for me? Basically if you have a website and it doesn’t have an …Read More
SSL Essential Now Google Warn Users of Non-Secure Websites
Do you use HTTPs encryption on your website? If not, it might be time for an urgent rethink. From the start of 2017, Google’s Chrome browser will begin to warn visitors that sites which collect personal information but do not have encryption are not secure. This could cause customers that have shopped happily with you in …Read More
How the New General Data Protection Regulations Affect Online Business
Running an online business is difficult enough but it is going to get a little more challenging once the new data protection laws come into effect on the 25th May 2018. The new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) are designed to give individuals more rights over their data and ensure that data is better protected by …Read More
What the Marketing companies don’t want you to know! Part 2
Now you are visible in Google you need to “measure” the return you are getting from your efforts to make your website more visible. For all our development clients we recommend and usually setup Google Analytics. The process is pretty simple from the most complex website to the simplest. Step 1, register your website with …Read More