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  • Photography, video and design for your website

    Good photography and a skilled eye for design are key when it comes to designing an aesthetically pleasing website. We don’t just code and design great websites, but we specialise in photography and video. We even have a drone so we can take aerial footage of your establishment. Alongside this, we have partnered up with…

  • We've just added job vacancy functionality to Freight Investor Services website

    We’ve just added job vacancy functionality to Freight Investor Services website

    We’ve just added job vacancy functionality to Freight Investor Services website. The functionality allows the administrator to add a vacancy with date-specific expiration and backend management. The applicant can attach a CV along with his/her application and will receive automatic notifications from the website with regards to the application being both submitted and reviewed. The…

  • Do You Deserve To Be Top Of Google?

    Everybody on the web, whether they be a small business or a multinational corporation, wants to be at the top of Google for their given keywords. Most aren’t satisfied until they rank No.1 for at least 10 of their keywords. Of course, for every keyword only a single website can be ranked first. The website owner…

  • With The Web.. Persistence Always Pays

    I was recently reviewing a client’s rankings in Google and yet again find another example of how we’ve managed to get from Page 2 Position 6, to Page 1 Position 8. Persistence always pays with the web; apply consistent effort in the direction you want to move and you will get to your destination. Ofcourse..…

  • Mavis Russell Floor Care – One Month After Re-design

    We’ve seen great results from the Mavis Russell Floor Care website re-design, with higher rankings and an improved user experience on the site. Ultimately, we want page 1 position 1 rankings which is what me and Billy Russell will focus on in the coming months. I’ll give an update on the upcoming SEO campaign with…

  • 6 SEO Rules for 2016

    The rules for effective SEO have shifted seismically over the past few years and marketers have beefing up their investments to good content. Search engines are getting smarter by the minute and Google are updating their algorithm over 500 times a year. In light of this harsh reality, we have to adapt to providing a…

  • Huge SEO Success with Website Design Client

    As I’ve mentioned other some other pages, I’m contracted for search engine optimisation for numerous local web designers. It’s been a huge success and there is a lot of demand for this sort of work. For various reasons I can’t disclose their client, but I’ll simply show you the image attached and you’ll get the picture. It’s…

  • The Mobile Friendly Website Frenzy

    As from April the 21st 2015, all websites need to be “mobile friendly” to avoid Google penalties. So we’ve been told anyhow. The truth is.. the SEO community isn’t seeing many direct penalties to websites that aren’t mobile friendly. I’ve seen websites re-developed with a responsive framework, from an old fixed-width website, to sadly see…

  • Negative SEO – Should You Be Worried

    A recent study was conducted, to research whether people would use negative SEO to harm competitor’s rankings on Google, in an effort to better their own ranking. Astonishingly, 60% would do it, 10% Undecided and 30% that wouldn’t. But it makes a point; if they could, they would harm your rankings. Negative SEO typically involves…

  • Rescue Your Domain from the Clutches of a Bad Web Designer

    [bra_social_icons]twitter, https://twitter.com/LukeWSutton, facebook, https://www.facebook.com/Executive.Of.Getting.Shit.Done[/bra_social_icons] Okay so there are a few legitimate reasons why you may choose to sign over your domain name, maybe a family member that you can trust, but I’ve been noticing a trend lately with web developers who are making strange requests to their customers to literally transfer their domain name to…