If you operate your own business and you have a website for it, or indeed if you operate an online business like an e-commerce site or any type of membership platform, one of the elements which make up the contents of your site which you must never take lightly is your terms & conditions page. Many online business operators seem to take this important feature lightly, for a number of reasons which while understandable, are in no way justified. [Read more…]
If you own a small business, you know every decision you make has to be filtered through the lens of risk versus reward. Success is partially built on a strict resolution to not spend money on things you don’t need. You may be thinking that a professionally-designed website is one of those extra expenses your company doesn’t really require. If you’ve been operating under this thinking, it’s time to look again. A professional website is essential for every business no matter how large or small. Here are five reasons your company needs a well-designed website. [Read more…]
Websites can be a hefty investment, so it’s perhaps little wonder that many companies like to keep their site in place for years! And let’s face it, who wants to deal with the rigmarole of regular website overhauling? [Read more…]
Every business owner wants their website to rank highly in the search engines in order to draw visitors and potential customers to their pages. There are some simple strategies and basic elements that web designers can incorporate to ensure the websites they create have the best possible chance of rising to the top of the listings and remaining there.
The release of Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 has been widely acknowledged by many from across the globe. With all its innovative specifications and features, it is truly one of the greatest tablets ever invented by far.
There is bunting hanging over the desks at which twentysomething geeks wearing jeans and hoodies tap away on Apple Macs. A giant stuffed penguin stands next to sofas where staff are encouraged to read poetry. The walls are dominated by whiteboards covered in Post-it Notes — “vertical campfires” where people exchange ideas.
A photographer has created a business after a picture of one of his labrabors dozing in an armchair became an online hit.