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Web Design & Content

5 factors killing your conversion rate

Written on 16 November, 2015 by Verity Meagher

5 factors killing your conversion rate If you're unhappy with your conversion rates and wondering why they're not as high as they could be, there's a chance you're falling foul of one of these five conversion killers. 1. Not allowing social media logins These days, web users are social beings, and many have multiple social media... Read more
Categories: Web Design & Content | Tags: customer behaviour, online business, online marketing, web design
What the colour of your brand says about your business

Written on 14 September, 2015 by Verity Meagher

What the colour of your brand says about your business Would you think food was healthier if it was packaged in natural tones? Would you still feel the same about Cadbury if the brand’s main colour was bright orange? Can you even think about Coca-Cola without imagining the colours red and white?  Colour psychology plays a huge role in the... Read more
Categories: Web Design & Content | Tags: brand, design, logo
Top Tips To Improve Cybersecurity

Written on 10 August, 2015 by Lisa Shannahan

Top tips to improve your cybersecurity With the alarming rate at which hackers are targeting businesses, making cybersecurity a priority has never been more important. Safeguard your business, your clients’ information and your good reputation by putting some of the following procedures into action to reduce the likelihood of suffering from a cyberattack. Choose the right security system... Read more
Categories: Security, Small Business, Web Design & Content | Tags: online business, security, small business, web design, web hosting

Written on 03 August, 2015 by Lisa Shannahan

3 ways to decrease your website’s bounce rate You’ve perfected your pay-per-click (PPC) campaign, worked hard on your SEO strategy and created a social media presence, but what good is persuading people to land on your website if they leave it immediately? If you're suffering from a high bounce rate, you're essentially throwing away the hard work it... Read more
Categories: Web Design & Content | Tags: customer behaviour, small business, web design

Written on 23 June, 2015 by Emily Rice

Six techniques for killer product photography When you’re running an e-commerce business, photos are vital for selling products successfully. Consumers are becoming increasingly confident in making purchases online and are often comfortable spending large amounts of money on something they haven't seen in the flesh. That's not to say they don't still experience some traditional pain... Read more
Categories: E-commerce, Marketing, Web Design & Content | Tags: e-commerce, marketing

Written on 17 March, 2015 by Karen Lim Sam

BPG: The new image format that could replace JPEG JPEG has been the image file format of choice for over 20 years, but its days at the top might be numbered thanks to the invention of BPG (better portable graphics). Could this simple new image format be poised to topple the reigning champion? Synonymous with web-friendly images and used as the default picture... Read more
Categories: Web Design & Content | Tags: marketing, online business, online marketing, small business, social media, web design

Written on 18 November, 2014 by Karen Lim-Sam

Choosing the right CMS for your website WordPress and Drupal are two leading content management systems (CMS), but which one is right for your website? We unpack a few of the most important features of these two popular options to help you decide. WordPress versus Drupal As your CMS provides the foundation for your entire website, you... Read more
Categories: Web Design & Content | Tags: content, web design, web hosting

Written on 06 May, 2014 by Georgia Leaker

Sam Shetty’s top tips for building a website When it comes time to getting your business online, knowing your competition is essential, according to Netregistry’s Online Marketing Guru, Sam Shetty. “You need to understand what your competitors are offering in terms of unique selling points,” he explains, as this is essential in ensuring that your own website stands... Read more
Categories: Marketing, Web Design & Content | Tags: content strategy, online marketing, web design

Written on 10 February, 2014 by Karen Lim-Sam

How to read your website’s source code The source code is the foundation of your website and you should always make it your duty to ensure it's as strong as it should be. Checking, optimising and maintaining your source code will not only ensure your website displays as it should, it will also offer you valuable opportunities... Read more
Categories: Search Engine Optimisation, Web Design & Content | Tags: content, web design

Written on 04 December, 2013 by Karen Lim-Sam

Is your website vulnerable to hackers? Hackers, malware and automated hacking bots are everywhere on the Internet, and chances are they will run across your site at some point. Here are some tips to make your website more secure. Password management Never use dictionary words as a password. Automated systems trawl the web trying hundreds of... Read more
Categories: Web Design & Content | Tags: hacked