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Do you care about your appearance?

By Brian Bennett Saturday, 8th June 2013 | 0 comments
Filed under: UX/Design, Web Development, General News, Responsive Design.
Your website appearance should matter. Would you leave your house and head off to work in the morning looking a mess? I am going to presume the answer is no. The same approach should be taken towards your company’s web design. Your website needs to represent you online to potential businesses, current clients and the general public that might visit your site.

3 Tips to improve your SEO

By Brian Bennett Friday, 19th April 2013 | 0 comments
Filed under: UX/Design, Web Development, SEO, General News.
Some tips to help you improve your SEO  Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is one of things Google looks for when deciding if your content is good or bad for its users. In this blog we’re going to touch on 3 tips for improving your SEO.

Your guide to Google Local Pages and Social Media from Webtrade

By Brian Bennett Tuesday, 26th March 2013 | 0 comments
Filed under: UX/Design, SEO, Google Analytics, General News, Social Media.
Google Local – Getting you on the map. Google Local is a no brainer for all businesses; our goal for being on the internet is to get found. Well what better way to get found than to have your location on the map. In old pirate treasure map terms “X marks the spot” and that certainly is the case when it comes to Google Local (formerly Google Places).

5 reasons to have a Responsive Website Design

By Brian Bennett Thursday, 21st February 2013 | 0 comments
Filed under: UX/Design, Web Development, General News.
5 reasons to have a Responsive Website Design 1. Your website works on every deviceThis is the main reason people opt for a responsive website design. You are creating a website that can be view on any device; a desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone. Your website will automatically recognise the device and display the information for that accordingly. Everything just falls into place without you having to worry about it. With the responsive design all your content will be accessible, unlike a mobile site, and your user can find what they are looking for quite simply. Responsive designs are fluid, which means that when the next smartphone is released by Apple, Android or Windows your website will recognise the devices dimensions and will automatically render to that devices screens dimensions. Responsive web design is part of future-proofing your website.

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