Over the past few weeks, people may have been noticing that the snippets - the descriptions that go with the website links in the search results - were apparently a lot longer than what was previously shown.
Whether you are a business that operates solely online or a small company that simply requires a web presence so their potential clients know where to get in touch and how to find them you should always try to make your site as user friendly as possible
As web developers this is a question we get asked on a weekly basis by our web design clients and our domain/hosting clients.
Drag and Drop Website Builders, Open Source Content Management Systems, Bespoke Design, Which Is For Me? Web design is a very lucrative industry with almost every company or business no mater how big or how small requiring a web presence.
With the release of Chrome v62 Google have begun marking non-HTTPS pages that contain password and credit card form input fields as 'NOT SECURE' in the address bar and will soon be broadening the criteria to opt in forms etc.
The success of the DIY website builders such as Wordpress, Joomla and sites such as WIX, Weebly now means that anyone can offer web design services regardless of their skill level, but how do you avoid falling victim to these unskilled designers
For years people have focused mainly on inbound links generally known as backlinks to help their site rank high on Google for their chosen keywords and prior to Google Penguin and Panda updates of late 2013 early 2014 this was how SEO essentially worked.
Is Organic SEO Dead? Is PPC the Only Way to Rank on Google These Days? This is a question we get asked quite a lot.. Are people right? Well read on we'll answer this question.
Regardless of what many self proclaimed social media experts tell you. Social media marketing is anything but quick and straightforward and it really takes time and effort to promote your business correctly on social platforms.