Websites can be engaging and effective without breaking the bank. Here are five tips for creating a website that will drive traffic, engage users and create value for your business without spending lots of cash.
Integrated marketing expert Amy Manuel from Adaptation Project offers top tips for businesses on how to make the most out your website blog. Amy covers planning and storyboarding, using visual content and the importance of user interaction.
Rita from setupafoodbusiness.com asks online expert Elly Gray from biteinto.net how social media networks can be used to boost visitor numbers. Elly takes Rita through the steps to take advantage of social media audiences including, choosing the right networks, making useful connections and posting the right content.
Unsure if you should invest in making a video for your site? Film producer Ravinol Chambers of Be Inspired Films gives an overview of when you should and shouldn’t use video for your website. Powerful use cases include video testimonials, video blogging and company introductions.
When it comes to setting up your business online, there are a whole host of procedures and requirements that you need to remember and adhere to. Often, thinking about how to protect your intellectual property (IP) assets is the last thing on your mind, especially in the digital world.
The topic of web hosting used to be strictly the domain of web developers. But now, with more and more people building their own blogs and websites from scratch, web hosting has become more accessible than ever.
We sat down with Dan Duke, a Senior Developer at Comic Relief to learn what you need to know when working with a web developer. Get answers to questions you may have before embarking on a web project for your business.
Social media giants like Facebook and Linkedin have their pros and cons. Though there are many small social networks that allow you to target your niche market. Learn how to build a community on the right social network for your business.
Registering a domain may well be a little less complicated than renting a shop, but you should give some careful consideration to the domain name and other requirements beforehand. You can get your own domain by following three easy steps.