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A very creative and innovative company with endless ideas for branding, websites and digital media marketing.
I am very happy that it reflects the values of the company and hopefully will now serve as a gateway to increasing the work that I seek to do with school leaders and teams.
Timely response and delivery, each and every time I request any type of service.
Andy suggested we had a meet up and he could show me the simple stuff which also makes the biggest difference and he would take care of the clever stuff. Since changing to Andy my views have gone up by 300% that is in 4 weeks .
The website looks great, we are really happy with the work that you have done.
Fantastic service- Love my web – nothing is ever too much trouble when i request tweaks and changes; Would highly recommend without hesitation.
Absolutely the best, would not go anywhere else. Fantastic in what he does and goes out of his way to make sure it is right. If anyone is wanting a website then he is the man for you! Couldn’t recommend highly enough!
I wanted to say a BIG thank-you for your time, patience and general support.
I was starting to “lose faith” with people prior to meeting you so thank-you for restoring my faith and going the extra mile!!
I’ve had a good look at my website and I’m more than happy with it. It looks so much more professional and up to date.
Starting a web design project on the right foot can be a complex undertaking without effective project management systems in place. Whether you’re a web professional taking on a new web design client or a business looking to hire an agency to create your site, it’s important to identify obstacles early on, as well as agree upon the overall objectives, deliverables, and expected outcomes of the project.
By using a website brief, you can achieve those goals and more. An outline of what the project will cover can enable you to be more organized, stay on track, and stick to your budget. It also provides a way to avoid scope creep and manage expectations.
Irrespective of what industry you’re in, you’ll always have at least one competitor who has been around longer and has allocated more budget and resources to building their visibility on the web and in search engines.
It may feel futile to try and compete with them in the realm of SEO.
But local SEO plays by slightly different rules to the regular kind. You don’t need to have reams of funding at your disposal or hundreds of links pointing to your site to be visible and relevant to a local audience – you just need to understand the unique characteristics of local SEO, and apply a few simple strategies to cater to them.
Sometimes the factors responsible for your search rankings and traffic dropping can be difficult to detect.
It could have been a change in the Google algorithm, a technical error, your server not handling bandwidth properly, or links that were sending traffic before suddenly no longer sending that traffic, to name just a few examples.
With so many social media platforms and features now available, it can be overwhelming to determine which opportunities are optimal for your business growth this year.
We’ve got you.
Let’s first discuss the platform changes and updates that will drastically affect the marketing world this year, then drill down into new and emerging social media marketing opportunities you’ll want to have on your radar.
Business owners and marketers who haven’t serendipitously discovered Google’s various guidelines are left wondering how to promote non-brick-and-mortar brands. Even where there’s awareness that such guidance exists, Google is continually evolving its stance. It’s easy to make mistakes, overlook updates, and miss out on opportunities.
The great news is, there are local marketing possibilities for almost every business type, but you have to know which pathway to follow, based on how the brand you’re marketing operates. In today’s column, I’ll help you identify your model along with the best opportunities available to you for being discovered by the maximum number of local customers.
As a business owner, search engine optimization plays a vital role in attracting consumers to your website. SEO can help grow your website’s online visibility on the search engine results page, thus bringing more organic traffic to your website.