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Market Your Website Properly

2014

With the New Year round the corner, comes a new start, new challenges, and new opportunities. This is especially the case in the world of business, where 2014 is expected to offer us a number of new and exciting ways to market our businesses. – Specifically to market your website.

15 Suggestions to Market Your Website Properly

How to choose a reliable UK hosting company

2013

Choosing a reliable hosting company should be an important and well researched decision for every business owner or web developer. Especially so, if you are launching a new business and looking to bring in sales and large traffic via a strong online presence.

How to choose a reliable UK hosting company

2013 Trends That Will Define Digital Marketing

2013

The world is not and has never been a predictable place and if you don’t believe in crystal balls I suggest you eliminate any kind of future predictions. Trying to make predictions about a dynamic and ever-changing field like that of digital marketing is an impossible mission.

Digital Marketing Trends

Top 5 effective ways to promote your company in social networks

2013

It's no secret that social networks have a great impact on modern society. Whatever the field of activity we may not interested; however we are constantly confronted with the need to use web services. That is why, every company and organisation should carry out a competent job in social networks, and a key success factor in this case is the deliberate and timely filling of the site to date information. This has long been an oracle for the successful existence in business and for direct access to a variety of news sources in everyday life. But, it should be noted that social networks are not too different from that of classic marketing or traditional ways of communication. Accordingly, it is necessary to take into account the time-tested business strategies that will help ensure your company's most effective progress in the social networking arena.

Promote Your Company

Google, mobile search giant is looking for new revenue opportunities for translation Google

2013

Google, already being the undisputed leader of mobile search, is not resting on its laurels. The search giant throws its resources on specific problems related to mobile devices.

Google, mobile search giant is looking for new revenue opportunities for translation Google

How to optimise a website

2013

For a site to naturally position itself higher in the search engines, it is imperative to follow certain rules otherwise known as On-Site Optimisation.

How to optimise a website

Drupal 6: sorting views' result by whether having image or not

2012

The target is to show nodes with images on top and nodes without image after. It sounds like a straight forward requirement that Views could do it. Unfortunately, module filefield doesn't provide such filter to View.

Drupal 6: sorting views' result by whether having image or not

SEO – No Longer a Web Design Afterthought

2012

When a business decides that the time has come to involve SEO companies in its efforts to boost the impact of its website, in some cases, it may already be too late to do the best possible. The reason for this is the simple fact that in order to ensure that SEO efforts are able to reach fruition as effectively and quickly as possible, web designers must now include extensive SEO considerations from the very first moment the design and coding of the site commences.

SEO – No Longer a Web Design Afterthought

Profile_Role Problem - working with Profile fields on Registration Form with arguments on URL

2012

Bug: The profile_role module will check the user's role before allowing them accessing to the profile fields. When the profile fields need to be shown on Registration Form, the module sets up an exception that checks if this form is user registration form then skip checking user's role.

Profile_Role Problem - working with Profile fields on Registration Form with arguments on URL

The Cookies law has been downgraded to: 'implied consent'

2012

"Implied consent" is the term now being used for the shift in responsibility to the user rather than the website owner(s), subsequently becoming an instant relief to millions of UK websites operators who have been struggling to comply with new EU directive which came into law in 2011. During the early planning stages of the law, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) had said that ‘implied consent’ would not work, however on Thursday; the ICO changed its mind and said that informed consent would suffice.

The Cookies law has been downgraded to: 'implied consent'

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