Version 4.0 of WordPress has been announced. This version follows the musical theme for its name and has been called “Benny” in honour of jazz clarinetist Benny Goodman.
Jetpack is a WordPress plugin that enhances the standard WordPress features and gives your site more 00mph.
As I am sure everyone on the web who wants their site to perform will have found that there is a lot of traffic on the Internet and a lot of websites fighting for the number one slot.
When it comes to searching on the web, Google pretty much has it all sewn up and this is not something that is going to change in the near (or probably even long) term. The other point I want you to bear in mind whilst reading this article is that there are a lot of...
One of our favorite plugins is Google Analytics by Yoast. This plugin allows you to track your blog and always stays up to date with the newest features in Google Analytics.
I was asked recently what all the fuss about cookies was? Cookies are often seen to over step the mark and be too intrusive, but the majority of cookies are harmless enough.
WordPress 3.9 is now out and has been named “Smith” in honour of jazz organist Jimmy Smith, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard.
SEO is a massive subject and the possibilities and techniques endless. The following is a short starter guide to setting up you web pages to be Google friendly. The guide will also help you use our favorite SEO package “WordPress SEO by Yoast”.
The end of March saw quite a rush to get 5 websites launched which certainly kept us quite busy. One of the sites was for BKSM.
The BKSM® Personal Success Model is a research-based, tried, tested and proven development process.
I am always amazed at how many businesses set a budget for their website design and build, even extending to copy writing and photography but then, once the site goes live their attention moves elsewhere. I have to ask myself, why is this?
I was fortunate enough to be invited to the WordPress 10th Birthday party in Manchester where Mike littler (Wordpress co-founder) was giving a talk. Hear Mike’s story in his own words.
With every website having different requirements, a key step in deciding how your site should work is to clearly define its function and what results you want to get form the site. When it comes to the content of your site, there are a few points you should always...