29th October 2018 by Alex Gillham
Ross Davies, the founder of Nottingham-based web design agency Strafe Creative, kicked off the afternoon talks at this year’s e-Commercial conference. The talk covered the importance of using purpose-led design when putting together a website. With the average eCommerce conversion rate across...

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10th September 2018 by Brad Longman
In recent years Google has continued to push a greater emphasis on Structured Data (Schema) and as a result continues to support an ever-growing range of markups for various parts of a website. Essentially, schema is a way for you to highlight important information for your business, whether this...

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10th August 2018 by Sukh Singh
If your WordPress site has been hacked you aren’t alone as this happens quite often where there aren’t at least basic plugins in place to scan and block malware. As a result of this happening often, there are tried and tested fixes and preventative measures you can employ to minimise the...

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9th July 2018 by Brad Longman
You are probably no stranger to being told ‘your website needs to be faster’, but if you’re still not doing anything about it then you might find yourself running into a few issues over the next few months. A recent study by Branded3 put page load speed within their top 10 ranking factors of...

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28th June 2018 by Sukh Singh
What is JavaScript? The 5th most popular programming language in the world, according to inc.com, that is used to program (i.e. change, manipulate things…) in web browsers and servers. A couple quick facts about JavaScript: It has nothing to do with Java. They are two different languages...

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14th February 2018 by Neil Hannam
February 13th and 14th saw Google’s second annual AMP conference taking place in Amsterdam, or AMPsterdam as they termed it. As you’d expect with a Google conference, the two-day schedule was packed with updates from Google’s own team, including Rudy Galfi, who is product management lead for...

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30th January 2018 by Brad Longman
Google has been beta testing a new version of Search Console for a little while, Google granted a sample of users access to the new beta version. The exciting news is that Google has now enabled access to this beta version to all Search Console users, so we can give you a sneak preview of...

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15th June 2017 by Sukh Singh
Introduction Whether you are launching a brand-new website or migrating to another platform (and/or domain), these projects can end up very stressful and often ridden with mistakes. As a result, you may have to resolve these issues either just before site launch, causing delays, or after site...

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1st February 2017 by Brad Longman
Many people today do not realise the basics of technical SEO are not as complex as you may think and in most cases, you may not need a developer. Whilst some people believe ‘technical SEO is just makeup’ and an attempt to make your site pretty for Google, it’s much more beneficial and is...

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