author Daniel Ashby

Technology and techniques used to build websites are continually changing at a very fast rate. The look and feel of the web is also continually changing to keep up with user requirements and needs. This means that if not maintained your company website can quickly look dated and fell clunky.

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author Daniel Ashby

If you are like me you might sometimes wonder if there is still value in email marketing. How many emails do you delete without even opening?

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author Daniel Ashby

It doesn’t matter what your business is, a strong online presence is a very important consideration. So what are the key points you should consider that can make your website perform better?

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author Daniel Ashby

When you are building your website one of the main decisions you will need to make is do I use a CMS or not and if so which one?

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author Daniel Ashby

During your working day do you ever find yourself pulling your hair out due to the inefficiencies of some working practices? How many times have you seen a document floating around the workplace that would be so much better stored in a central environment? Or seen poor practice such as an excel document that is placed in a folder on a server for use by many people and then seen endless copies and shortcuts to the document been made in the same folder where people have saved and copied it incorrectly?

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author Daniel Ashby

Over the last couple of years many companies have jumped on the build me an app bandwagon as the smartphone and tablet industry has taken the world by storm. However before you delve into having an app built for your organisation you should be asking yourself some important questions.

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author Daniel Ashby

When building your digital output how important are SEO and perfomance metrics? We all know that getting a webpage to rank on google is rather a black art but how important is it and what best practice should you follow?

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