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Is Responsive Design the Solution to mobile woes?

By Brian Thursday, 10th October 2013 | 0 comments
Last Sunday in the Sunday Business Post there was a 40 page magazine supplement that focused on computers and technology. They asked us for our opinion on Responsive Web Design, among other things.

Tips for a Professional Services Firm Website

By Webtrade Wednesday, 11th September 2013 | 0 comments
Filed under: UX/Design, Web Development, SEO, General News, Responsive Design.
Tips for Professional Services Firm's Websites More and more professional service companies/firms are investing in a good website. Companies get a website for a variety of reasons including, having an online presence, highlighting their services, showcasing their expertise in certain areas, improving their credibility or as is the case with most businesses to generate new business. 

How to test your Landing Pages: Incl A/B Testing

By Webtrade Tuesday, 13th August 2013 | 0 comments
Filed under: UX/Design, Web Development, General News.
How to Test Your Landing PagesA landing page is a single page that you direct traffic to during a campaign, activity or through paid advertising. The page is there to give the user more information as well as measure and enhance the original campaign link, paid search, social media activity or whatever other method you have used to attract your traffic.

5 social media tips (part 3)

By Webtrade Monday, 12th August 2013 | 0 comments
Filed under: Social Networking, General News, Social Media.
Following on from our last round of tips we thought it was time to share a little bit more advice with you. So here are 5 social media tips (part 3). We hope you find them helpful.  11. Share: I’ve mentioned to share before, only this time it is that your employees share the content that you post on your social media platforms.

New Recycle bin - July 2013 Release 4.2.0

By Dave Monday, 29th July 2013 | 0 comments
Filed under: General News.
With the release of Siternity 4.2.0 brings our new Recycle Bin.  It is now possible for you to retrieve deleted pages from the recycle bin, this includes Pages, Events, Blogs, News Articles, Banners, FAQs and even map locations!  The recycle bin will hold your deleted pages indefinitely so whether your page was deleted yesterday, last week or last year, you will find it waiting for you in the recycle bin!  You can find out more in the help section when you log into Siternity.

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