Have you invested in a lovely new website that looks wonderful? The design’s a delight? It’s easy to use? The copy and content are cracking? And it’s the perfect shop window for your world-beating services …
The weird and wonderful world of digital marketing is just that – it’s a constantly evolving industry that keeps you on your toes, one where things change faster than you can say “SEO”.
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These days, pretty much everybody has some kind of device with them, whether that’s a phone or a tablet, at all times.
Even in the house, these devices follow us from room to room, and answer every possible query that pops into our heads at little more than the touch of a button and a tap on the screen.
The fast-paced nature of digital marketing renders it an industry uniquely attuned to the need for constant adaptation in an ever-changing environment.
Covid-19 has impacted us all in one way or another – but if you’re entering the easing of lockdown with your health intact, the next thing you might be concerned about is your business.
In the wake of the current crisis, many consumers are making an effort to choose local shops and services, with the trending hashtag #supportlocalbusiness accompanying many tweets and Instagram stories.
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimisation. It ensures that your content, website architecture and UX adhere to best practice for grabbing great rankings in organic search results of sites like Google, making you more visible to customers online and driving traffic to your website.
Whether you’re running a one person operation or a national corporation, you need to have a fully-functional website that enables you to grow and connect with customers online.But what exactly do we mean by a “fully-functional” website? At a base level it means a website that performs well, has an attractive design and provides an overall positive user experience (UX).