5 Websites Trends in 2016…

With 2015 now almost in the history books, looking back it has been a pretty huge year for any business with a website. We oversaw some significant changes such as the introduction of Windows 10, YouTube celebrate their tenth year anniversary and most importantly Google decision to favour mobile optimized websites which was poorly dubbed […]

An introduction to Google Answer Box

So have you ever found yourself starting to type a random question into Google and mid-way through been presented with the exact answer that you were looking for? Don’t worry; this isn’t any kind of black magic or anybody tapping into your search engine history. As a matter of fact, it’s actually a very powerful […]

Is WhatsApp suitable for business?

Since 2014, WhatsApp has certainly gained a lot of mainstream attention. Acquired by Facebook for an eye-watering estimated £16 Billion dollars in February 2014, WhatsApp has quickly become the world’s fastest communication application with over 900 million users. With more than 70% of monthly WhatsApp users active on a daily basis, over 30 Million messages […]

Instant, Everywhere – Google AMP is coming!

In recent years, technology such as tablets and smart-phones has revolutionized the way we can instantly access information. From breaking news stories to the impulsive Christmas present purchase, we are only finger tips away from accessing instant information anywhere, anytime. However, when on the move or when a website takes far too long to load, […]

Twitter introduce Twitter Polls for all users

In a year that has brought live streaming through the Periscope App, news breaking Twitter Moments and a complete new desktop interface, Twitter has arguably saved their biggest announcement of 2015 until now by introducing Twitter Polls. Inside our latest blog, join our Cheshire web-design team as we take a look at Twitter Polls from […]

What you need to know about .UK Domain Registration

Since June 2014, The UK’s biggest domain registry Nominet began accepting new, snappy and shorter .UK web domains alongside any .CO.UK domain purchase for the first time ever… For those of you who are perhaps hearing about this for the first time or if you have and this has caused some confusion amongst owners of […]

WordPress 4.4 has landed – What’s inside the latest update?

Hot off the press! This week WordPress finally introduced the first instalment of WordPress 4.4! Although the latest update is in its earliest beta testing stage, the release is now available for web developers and WordPress user enthusiasts to play around with before its scheduled release date on December 8th 2015. Although some of these […]

‘Dislike’ Button will be coming to Facebook

Last month, Mark Zuckerberg made a blockbuster announcement by revealing that Facebook will finally be adding a ‘Dislike’ button. Held at Facebook’s headquarters based in California, the founder of Facebook mentioned during a Q&A session that the social media platform were “very close” to having something ready for user testing which will be rolled out […]

Can Snapchat work for Small Businesses?

As a Cheshire based web-design agency, we are always exploring various social media trends to see how effective they can be as a potential lead to customers. I’m sure the majority of you reading this that have an iPhone or Android device will have come across the teenage photo-sharing phenomenon Snapchat. Inside our blog, we […]

Are you taking full advantage of your Email Marketing?

With just a single click of a button, Email Marketing allows your business to reach thousands of contacts which is why it is the perfect tool to promote your business. Regardless of your business size or industry type, having an email marketing presence can be used in a number of effective ways to showcase a […]

Pay-Per-Click vs. Organic SEO

As a Cheshire based web-design agency, we are often asked by clients about which is the best possible Search Engine Result Performance Strategy (Also known as SERPS) for their business. Should they consider pay-per-clicks (PPC) or put their efforts into organic SEO? In all honesty, both strategies have both their merits and downfalls so it […]

Major Local Search Result Shake-Up

Throughout this month, local search users will witness a significant shift in Google Local Search as Google looks set to reduce the number of local search content from 7 down to just 3 results. The local search shake-up is expected to have a major effect on local business traffic in what is the biggest change […]

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