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Whatever You Would like to know About Giving Special Worth in Your Material and Hesitated To Ask

You have to do to get to the kind of originality in material that Google wants to index, that searchers want to discover, that is likely to earn you amplification and links and all the signals that you'll need to perform well in the rankings, and to perform well on social media and in content [...]

By | August 15th, 2017|Content, SEO, Web Design, WordPress|0 Comments

Website Development Checklist

Website Checklist - Example Solicitor Website   On-page factors Your target keywords should appear in the: - Page Title tag Page file name H1 tags Meta-Description Body text – try to include your main keywords in the first 150 words. Avoid keyword stuffing but include synonyms and related keywords. In general, pages with less than [...]

By | June 28th, 2017|Content, Responsive websites, Web Design, WordPress|0 Comments

Testimonials, Client Trust – Increasing internet Business

How to build unblemished trust using customer testimonies Trust isn’t something that comes easy. We put in effort to woo the right person into our lives and a big part of this is to prove that you are trustworthy. You need your friends and colleagues to testify on your behalf. Testimonials are powerful. Testimonies help [...]

By | February 26th, 2017|Content, SEO, Web Design, WordPress|0 Comments

WordPress Security Guide

As the most popular web publishing platform on the internet (by a large margin), WordPress is a popular target for hackers and spammers. WordPress is known for being one of the most user-friendly website platforms available online, but out of the box WordPress is terribly vulnerable to attacks. According to WP White Security, more than 70% [...]

By | February 10th, 2017|Content, Web Design, WordPress|0 Comments

5 Terrible Website design Errors

Why You Built It, but They Ain't Coming: 1) Your site is not responsive This one is a biggie. Ecommerce websites need to be just as easy to see on mobile phones as on desktops. Mobile shopping is now the standard instead of the exception. If your website does not show effectively on smart devices [...]

By | January 23rd, 2017|Web Design, WordPress|0 Comments