17
May

How to create WordPress SEO titles, descriptions & XML sitemaps

WordPress websites are already designed to be search engine friendly, and you can take some simple steps to improve your search engine optimisation (SEO) even further…

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15
May

WordPress web design tip: Expanding the content editor box

In the first of a series of WordPress training posts and video tutorials, I’m going to give you a simple tip that will make it easier…

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WordPress themes for professional websites
16
Apr

Pre-designed WordPress themes: Good enough for professional websites?

In Is web design as we know it dying? Connor Turnbull shows how web design has changed direction: "It’s no longer about creating a static page…

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14
Mar

Should you optimise your website for mobile?

More and more clients are asking us about optimising their website to work on mobile and tablet devices such as iPhones and iPads. This is a…

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08
Mar

A lament for the ones who get away

It’s always disappointing when a potential client chooses another web designer. We’ve spent time talking with them, listening to their requirements, planning the best way to…

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10
Jan

AdWords v. Places v. Express

The only way to guarantee a spot on page 1 of Google is via 'Pay Per Click' (PPC) marketing. This is where you appear in the…

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Google Analytics Visitors Flow diagram
04
Jan

Visitors Flow: the future of Analytics?

Google Analytics has launched its new Visitors Flow feature - is this the future of website analytics? I would agree with Google that traditional path analysis…

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Why a WordPress website is never finished illlustration
30
Dec

Why a website is never finished – Part 2

In this post, I’ll explain why a website should evolve over time and should never be viewed as ‘finished’. (more…)

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23
Dec

Plugins: modify or write from scratch?

We're often contacted by clients who've found a WordPress plugin that almost meets their needs, but just needs a few changes to make it work in…

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Why a WordPress website is never finished
18
Dec

Why a website is never finished – Part 1

Once their website has been launched, many businesses make the mistake of viewing it as ‘finished’. At best, they might make some occasional factual updates. In…

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