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WordPress 4.4 is here but WordPress 4.5 is on its way.February 8, 2016 · 0 Comments
Back in early December 2015 WordPress 4.4, named “Clifford” after the Jazz musician “Clifford Brown”, made its public appearance for general release. So what have we noticed so far and what would we like in the new 4.5 release which is scheduled for April 2016.
WordPress SEO in 2015: The Role of Quality ContentAugust 27, 2015 · 0 Comments
Recently we’ve been looking at WordPress SEO in 2015 and this week we want to address the role of content in search optimisation. After all, content is what WordPress is all about and it gives you full control over everything you publish – so it makes sense to understand the role it plays in search
Are you a WordPress Guru?August 6, 2015 · 0 Comments
Want to join a rapidly growing team of like-minded creative individuals and help to craft incredible digital experiences for our wide range of clients?
Tips to Keep Your WordPress Site Lightning FastJuly 24, 2015 · 0 Comments
We recently ran an article asking if WordPress makes a good alternative to custom built websites, where we looked at the pros and cons of the platform. And it’s hard to criticise when the likes of TechCrunch, The New Yorker and Sony Music are all on board – just to name a few.
AdWords Remarketing: Targeting Previous Visitors to Seal the DealJuly 16, 2015 · 0 Comments
The worst kind of visitor for your PPC campaigns is one that leaves before converting. They’ve shown enough interest to click your ad – a privilege you have to pay for – but not enough conviction to go the distance and hit your target. Too many of these visitors will take a serious swipe at
Is WordPress a Good Alternative to Custom Built Websites?June 18, 2015 · 0 Comments
WordPress is the world’s most popular CMS with more than 74.6 million websites relying on the platform – including The New York Times, CNN and Mashable. The flexible system makes site maintenance a breeze for people with no design or coding experience, while its extensive collection of plugins means powerful features are just one click
What’s The Best Way To Get Email Signups From Your Website?June 12, 2015 · 0 Comments
When email marketing is almost 40 times better than Facebook and Twitter at acquiring customers, this is one strategy you don’t want to ignore. The only trouble is you have to get people to sign up to your mailing list – which means you need an action plan to get visitors handing over those precious
Has Google Released Another ‘Phantom’ Algorithm Update?June 8, 2015 · 0 Comments
When Google’s mobile-friendly algorithm rolled out on April 21st there was a collective “is that it?” from marketers and business owners around the world. After all the hype we were left staring blankly at mobile SERPs in what is probably the biggest anti-climax in Google algorithm update history. However, it didn’t take long to see
Is Your Website Footer Losing You Customers?May 29, 2015 · 0 Comments
Take a look at your website’s footer for a moment and ask yourself this question: what does a visitor do next after they see it for the first time? In truth, you should be able to answer this without even looking, but if the answer doesn’t jump out as you see your footer, it’s probably
Google’s ‘Mobile-Friendly’ Algorithm Updates Starts Rolling OutMay 22, 2015 · 0 Comments
After weeks of build up Google’s ‘mobile-friendly’ update has starting rolling out. April 21st was the date hammered home by the search provider and – despite a slow start – reports are starting to emerge of sites falling down the mobile results page. Google warned us it would be a gradual rollout, taking up to