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WordPress Page Builder Review: Elementor, Bakery or Custom?

By James Fulton on October 30, 2021

Thanks to WordPress, web developers and designers can create fully functioning websites in a fraction of the time that it used to take. Even individuals without any website building knowledge whatsoever can create web pages, especially thanks to the many WordPress page builder solutions that are now available. Two of these solutions stand out as…

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6 Web Design Rules for Your Small Business

By James Fulton on August 14, 2019

Every small business needs a great website design to help attract leads and remain competitive. A quality website also helps increase your online exposure and grow your brand. Unfortunately, many businesses still use outdated designs or fail to provide visitors with the information that they need. Consumers use websites to make informed decisions about the…

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2017: SEO – The Update

By James Fulton on October 25, 2017

While the main foundations of search engine optimisation (SEO) have remained the same over time i.e. it’s all about your site and how it ranks in search engines – there have been a mountain of updates and trends which influence your ranking, some of which are influenced by you, your content, consumer trends, and ofcourse…

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Website Maintenance Programs: Do I need one?

By James Fulton on September 26, 2017

Have you launched a new website… and, feeling overwhelmed with the upkeep? Or, perhaps you’re wondering who to call if your site crashes, or gets hacked? It can be a really daunting responsibility. This also applies to those in the market for a new website. You will no doubt want a team to call when they…

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Has it been 3 years since you redesigned your site?

By Ismay Radisich on August 29, 2017

You like your site, and it serves a purpose to your business – great! But do you LOVE it? Could it do with a few updates and additions? According to those in tech-land (a real place, you guys), the general life-cycle of a website is three years. This means, every three years, your site could do with…

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The Social Catch-Up

By James Fulton on June 15, 2017

With the fast pace of social these days, it’s incredibly hard to keep up with the updates. I mean, just as we start understanding a new feature from one platform, another goes ahead and gets even more complex! Here’s what we know about social lately, and the updates from your favourite platforms that might help…

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