Everyone starts blogs, enthusiastically putting together favourite recipes and sharing their knowledge about local history. We all know what happens next, don’t we?
Ideas run dry, time is short and the blog quickly becomes a millstone around your neck. If your blog is a personal affair then this isn’t so bad, the web is full of these ghost sites, just sailing on waiting for the captain to return. But if your blog is a business blog, then this is another matter entirely; a neglected website gives a poor impression to your customers and has the potential to negatively impact your business.
Continue reading Are you content with your web content?
Last night I went to an event hosted by Tec Hub, in Eastleigh, entitled “Digital Media Network – Internet of Things”
I’ve heard the phrase “Internet of Things” increasingly in the last few months, and thought it was about time I had a closer look at what it really meant. I knew that it was connected to controlling physical objects from the web, or a mobile device, but in what way?
Continue reading The Internet of Things
On 21st April, Google changed its search algorithm to favour mobile-friendly websites.
What does this mean for you?
Well, if your website is not easy to read on a mobile device, then Google will now rank your website lower in the search results than other sites that have been built to optimise viewing on a small screen.
Continue reading Mobilegeddon! No need to fear the hyperbole…
Well, as you can see – we are now live!
Feel free to have a look around. We’re a brand new company, so expect a lot of updates to the website in the coming days and weeks.
We’re very proud to have had our very first advertisement published in the programme for the Jane MacKinnon School of Dance production of Cinderella, which was performed over this weekend (Friday 24th-Sunday 26th April 2015).
The show was fantastic! And the response from the ad has been very encouraging.
Please get in touch if you have any questions. It’d be great to hear from you.