The Yoast SEO Plugin is a really useful plugin for WordPress that gives you guidance on how to optimise your website for search engines. You enter a keyword in the ‘focus keyword’ box and it gives you a list of recommendations on how you could optimise your content better for that term.…

We’re over the moon to announce that we have won the Best Small Business award at the Shropshire Business Awards. We received the award from sponsor Nick Jones Wealth Planning at a ceremony at the Telford International Centre on June 23rd. We’d like to thank all our clients, suppliers…

WordPress 4.8 Release WordPress 4.8, which is named ‘Evans’ in tribute to jazz pianist and composer William John Bill Evans. This update contains new features pertaining to the Widgets area of WordPress Dashboard and an improvement to the way hyperlinks are added in the WYSIWYG editor. Image…

In the past, SSL certificates have been primarily used to secure the transmission of sensitive information on the web, such as credit card information and sensitive personal details. We now recommend to all of our clients that they should have an SSL certificate for their website – this…

Quality Score is a fundamental concept of Google AdWords. For the uninitiated, each keyword in your account gets given a Quality Score which is a mark out of 10. If you get a high Quality Score, you can potentially rank higher up the page for a lower cost. This is because ads aren’t purely ranked…

This is the sixth post in a series about under-used Google Analytics features. Under-used by whom? Not by us – these are features that we use all the time, and find invaluable in analysing our clients’ data. But we find that the majority of clients are unaware of them or unsure how to use them…

If you’re familiar with Google AdWords, and a friend asked you to explain it to them, you’d probably say something like this: When you create an AdWords campaign, you select the keywords you want to advertise on, and write ads that will be triggered when people search for the keywords…

This is the fifth post in a series about under-used Google Analytics features. Under-used by whom? Not by us – these are features that we use all the time, and find invaluable in analysing our clients’ data. But we find that the majority of clients are unaware of them or unsure how to…

This is the fourth post in a series about under-used Google Analytics features. Under-used by whom? Not by us – these are features that we use all the time, and find invaluable in analysing our clients’ data. But we find that the majority of clients are unaware of them or unsure how…

This is the third post in a series about under-used Google Analytics features. Under-used by whom? Not by us – these are features that we use all the time, and find invaluable in analysing our clients’ data. But we find that the majority of clients are unaware of them or unsure how to…

This is the second post in a series about under-used Google Analytics features. Under-used by whom? Not by us – these are features that we use all the time, and find invaluable in analysing our clients’ data. But we find that the majority of clients are unaware of them or unsure how to…

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