Why Redesign a Website? 10 Reasons to Consider Renewing Your Business Website

Sooner or later, there comes a time when you need to consider redesigning your website. There are plenty of businesses that try very hard not to think about this. After all, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it! But if you don’t take heed of your website and keep it up to date, you could quickly see your rankings fall, conversions drop and online enquiries disappear. Continue reading…


Making web design different – but not difficult

There’s an incredibly fine balance between making a website impressive and attractive, and creating something that’s hard to navigate, in turn putting off potential customers. Here we share a few key ‘dos and don’t’s’ for anyone looking to secure the wow factor – without the ‘where is that?’ Continue reading…


Why is responsive web design more important than ever before?

It’s hard to believe that just a few years stand between now and a time when we didn’t have the world at our fingertips. Smartphones and tablet devices have changed the face of technology, retail, hospitality and dining – and their popularity is only set to increase as more advanced models quickly overtake their predecessors. Continue reading…


Is a new website always the answer?

There are many good reasons for commissioning a new business website. Your existing one may be old fashioned or look dated. Your site might be functioning with an old, and not particularly suitable, content management system(CMS): you may even be wanting to improve your site structure, be able to add content yourself or be wanting a CMS that will improve your chances of getting found on search engines using SEO. All of these are valid reasons for making that change and spending your hard earned cash. Continue reading…


4 key indicators that your website needs refreshing

When a business invests in a website it generally does so for a number of simple reasons. 1, so that the website will attract more visitors; 2, to ensure that the visitor’s experience onsite is satisfying; 3, to encourage visitors to come back time and again and; 4, to increase the total number of sales. In an ideal world it would also be nice if the investment resulted in a Number 1 Google ranking, but in a highly competitive online world, the chances of that happening are unlikely. Continue reading…


The Lowdown on Google’s Mobile First Index (Part One)

It’s finally happening – Google is toying with a brand new mobile-first index.  Needless to say, this is the kind of thing you really cannot afford to overlook or ignore. The long and short of it being that when the new system is rolled out, it will mean that the SERP rankings in general will be assessed and awarded in accordance with the quality of the mobile content provided. And just for the record, the answer is yes – this will also apply to the listings displayed to desktop users. Continue reading…