Monthly Archives: March 2011
Great article from Social Media Examiner Just a quick note on a post we came across about twitter tools, we decided to share it because it gives a good overview of the tools and tips and tricks on how to get the most from them: The 4 tools covered are: Twitterfeed Social Oomph Tweet Old [...]
They are proving popular Last week we wrote an article about QR codes which has become one of our most popular posts this month. SInce then we have been noticing more and more information being posted about QR codes and whilst travelling home on the train one evening there was an advert in the Evening [...]
David Cameron wants you! Lots of talk today about Start Up Britain, a new website / initiative aimed at helping start ups hit the ground running. Still has parts of the site under development which is a bit annoying but it will be interesting to see how it develops over the coming months. Main criticisms [...]
Because it puts you in control! Most of our blog posts are aimed at informing our clients / followers on what is useful and new on the World Wide Web. We have a particular focus on what will help improve your company’s online presence. Just for a change however we thought we would offer up [...]
Which site map is best? Came across the video below from Google about site maps. We have always used XML site maps but thought it was worth adding a HTML version as well. Very simple to install and should have the desired results when it comes to search engines. Watch the video and let us [...]
Great tips from top bloggers This article has been getting a lot of coverage online so thought we should add to the circulation. Lots of good tips from some leading lights in the world of blogging, we picked up a few good ideas. Our top 3: #1: Be Active in Other Communities First #2: Write [...]
Worthwhile article from Social Mouths Facebook has recently upgraded its Facebook Page offer, the main change has been the removal of FBML (Face Book Mark Up Language) and the introduction of iframes. Sounds a bit complicated? It actually means that it is now easier to create your own page and with a bit of time [...]
Another infographic about WordPress! Sorry but we couldn’t resist posting this, we found it at Test King, quite a lot of work has gone into this one. Its worth noting just how popular WordPress has become and how it has helped shape some of the most popular spots on the World Wide Web.
Thinking about starting a blog? Nice infographic that we came across at WP Beginner, they surveyed over 3,000 bloggers to get their opinion. We weren’t asked to take part but we would have voted with the majority.
How important is it? Worth taking a look at this video from Google if you are in the process of choosing a domain name. More useful videos at our YouTube channel
Pre register now for www.yourdomainname.shop Ever thought that domain name extensions were a bit limited and that we have to much reliance on .com and .co.uk? Well things are changing for the better it seems as a whole host of new extensions will soon be available: In 2012, the next stage in the Internet’s revolution [...]
Wondering what these images are all about? Quick Response (QR) codes are the funny looking square barcodes that you may have seen start to appear in advertising and on websites. They are a quick way for advertisers to give consumers information, usually a link to a website page or a text message. Don’t be afraid [...]
This is nothing to do with online marketing! We recently joined up to our local Chamber of Commerce in Hounslow and although we thought it would be useful to network a bit more and to get to know local businesses we assumed it might take a bit of time (And effort) to get fully involved [...]
A few things to remember… We get asked a lot about what to look out for when having a new website developed and it’s a bit difficult to answer because there are many factors to take into account not least your own objectives and motivation for being online. But we do have a few pointers [...]
How do we stay up to date with what’s new and noteworthy? You might have noticed that we spend a lot of time distributing other peoples content (Whilst giving them credit for it!) and pointing out what is useful and worth your time checking out. We target a limited number of online resources, drop them into [...]