News & Updates

News and Updates

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    Creating a website is a crucial step for businesses and individuals looking to establish a strong online presence. When it comes to designing a website, you have two primary options: hiring a freelancer or partnering with a web design agency.

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    In the fast-paced world of the internet, where instant gratification is the norm, slow-loading websites can spell disaster for businesses and frustrate users. Website performance optimisation is not just a nice-to-have; it's a must-have for any website looking to succeed. In this blog post, we'll explore the critical aspects of website performance optimization, why it matters, and strategies to ensure your site loads lightning-fast.

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    In today's digital age, the way people access information is constantly evolving. From traditional desktop computers to laptops, tablets, and smartphones of all shapes and sizes, your customers are using a wide range of devices to browse the internet. As a business owner or marketer, it's crucial to adapt to these changing trends, and one key strategy is to have a responsive website. In this blog post, we'll explore why your business needs a responsive website and the numerous benefits it can bring.

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    Email signatures play a major role in the world of email marketing. It’s also clear that email signatures are one of the easiest ways to re-engage with your existing customers without spending any or very little money.

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    Are you currently running or looking at running a ecommerce store powered by WooCommerce? The team at WooCommerce have just released some very exciting news. Sometimes the best time to check your store isn’t the best time to be at your computer – on a train, in a corridor between meetings, on a beach. Enter the new WooCommerce Mobile App to make store management easier!

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    Time and again, we hear of incidents involving identity theft, stealing of account passwords, installation of malware from the back-end of websites, and even ransomware. All of these security breaches have a certain means of attack in common, and that is social engineering – when you’re tricked into clicking on a link you’re not supposed to, and when you open files or applications from dubious sources.