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New Upgrades December 2012

By Brian Bennett Friday, 14th December 2012 | 0 comments
Filed under: General News.
Our Upgrades for December 2012 As all of our Siternity customers already know we are constantly upgrading the Siternity Content Management System (CMS) - over 300+ upgrades over the past 2 years (c. 150 per year). Having just rolled out our final batch of upgrades for 2012 we just wanted to outline a few of them and tell you more about the Webtrade Siternity "Always Upgraded, Always Under Warranty" Model.

Referrals to get you through the December Budget and beyond

By Brian Bennett Thursday, 13th December 2012 | 0 comments
Filed under: UX/Design, General News.
Webtrade's Referral Scheme - Back for 2013 and beyond For the past 14 years we've been designing websites for many, many businesses around Ireland and further afield. Some of our clients include Supermacs, the Teachers Union of Ireland, Sherry McNabola Murray & Co. Chartered Accountants and Registered Auditors, UCD Rugby and lot's more. Our clients have come from all aspects of the business sector and we've worked with them to create the website that they are happy with!

Web Design Therapy

By Brian Bennett Monday, 3rd December 2012 | 0 comments
Filed under: UX/Design, Web Development, General News.
Web Design Therapy What do we mean by Web Design Therapy?? Well what we'd like everyone to do is to take a step back and look at your website. I mean really look at your website. Analyze it and look at it from your customers perspective?

Re-Designing Webtrade.ie - Improving the Message and User Experience

By Patrick Bates Wednesday, 21st November 2012 | 0 comments
Filed under: UX/Design, Web Development.
For those returning visitors, you will have noticed a new look to webtrade.ie. Not such a big deal you might think for a website design company to redesign their website - which is true. But as a case study thought it might be a nice idea to share our process and requirements with you to help you when you need your website re-designed.

5 things Google looks for.

By Brian Bennett Tuesday, 20th November 2012 | 0 comments
Filed under: Google Adwords, UX/Design, SEO.
What is Google looking for? Everyone's aim is to get found in Google. The way we are getting found is changing every day; Google changes the parimaters and how people are searching for your website is also changing. People used to click on your website from their desktop or laptop! Now almost 30% of people are searching via their mobile device, and this number is increasing daily. So what do you need to do to help your website get found on Google? Here are 5 short tips to hopefully help your website get found.

LiveStats Statistics Server Discontinuation / Google Analytics Setup

By Joe Conlon Thursday, 1st November 2012 | 0 comments
Filed under: SEO, Google Analytics.
Webtrade's LiveStats statistics server has recently been decommissioned. It housed a website statistics service which had been provided as default with our websites since 2001. Over the years we have been encouraging all of our client to migrate their websites to using Google Analytics instead. The last few clients still with LiveStats accounts (where in use or not) were notified of the discontinuation plan over the past few months.

The Power of Redesign; One Website - 2007 - 2012

By Brian Bennett Monday, 22nd October 2012 | 0 comments
Filed under: UX/Design, Web Development.
The Teachers Union of Ireland - their web journey We're going to take a look at the Teachers' Union of Ireland and their website. We'll look at how their site has changed over the last number of years and how our Siternity Content Management System (CMS) has made it an effortless process.

Tips for getting your website found

By Dave King Wednesday, 12th September 2012 | 0 comments
Filed under: SEO.
Hi everyone, thanks to all who attended this morning. Unfortunately my video crashed out when it was saving so I can't post it up on our website.  I have however noted the main points to begin getting your website found. Please feel free to comment below.

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