Content is the key to ranking on search engines, but an overhaul of your copy is not always the answer to your SEO problems. Today we’ll show you why SEO isn’t what you think it is. You’ll learn about the overlooked aspects of website optimisation that influence how Google rates – and ranks – your website.
How does your ecommerce website compare to those in top 100 in the UK? People often assume the coveted spot among the leading digital retailers requires state-of-the-art solutions, robust servers, around the clock development support and the best UX specialists in the world. As you will soon learn, this is far from the truth.
If you need to build a business website, you’ve heard the term “user experience” countless times. You acknowledge you need a website that is easy to use for everyone to sell more. And while most of the responsibility for that falls on your web agency, there are several important bits you need to know about UX as the website manager.
Even a perfectly optimised website is only as good as its hosting. However, businesses tend to underestimate the importance of choosing the right website host. That’s because the differences between providers are not easy to understand. Everyone advertises as the best, the fastest, and quite often the cheapest. Here’s what we’ve learned about website hosts when choosing a best-in-class partner for our websites.
Website security is a key pain point for small businesses and their customers. For all its benefits and popularity, WordPress can be tricky to operate in that matter. In this article, we’ll help you understand how security plugins can be a trap and what really makes your business website secure.
Security is a well-known benefit of an SSL certificate but it doesn’t end there. We’re here to help you discover the less known advantages of using HTTPS over HTTP, as well as warn you about certain myths.
Wouldn’t you assume your new car comes with an attached steering wheel? Of course, you would. For one, it’s a legal requirement, but also otherwise the vehicle is declared useless. When we consider products, we take some of their traits for granted. When was the last time you questioned a supplier if their wristwatch arrives with a strap or if a kettle includes the heating element? Naturally, each manufacturer stands out by implementing innovative gimmicks, but at the end of the day, the product gist remains untouched. Websites aren’t any different. Or are they?