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A beginners guide to WordPress Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)

beginner's guide to WordPress search engine optimisation SEO

This five-part blog include modules in: Getting to grips with SEO Before forking out on paid digital marketing, read this. You may reconsider. Six ways to improve your WordPress’ SEO, even if you’re a beginner A Japanese inspired approach to SEO management Things to consider with your WordPress SEO strategy With a whopping 3.010 billion […]

COVID-19 – Free Help for Small Businesses

Are you a small business selling essentials? Have you switched to home delivery? Are you struggling to manage this change over the ‘phone, through Facebook etc? Would you like help to streamline your ordering and take some stress away. If YES, we can help! I’ve been so grateful to local traders – grocers, butchers, milkmen, […]

WordCamp London 2019 : Alison is Speaking

WordCamp London 2019. Alison is speaking! WordCamp London (WCLDN) is a community volunteer organised WordPress event which has been running since 2013, it’s simlar to a conference combined with training workshops. Attendees are anybody who uses, builds or simply has an interest in WordPress including bloggers, designers, developers and end-users. We’re thrilled to announce that […]

WordPress 5.0: What is Gutenberg?


What is Gutenberg? WordPress didn’t get to become the leading content management system in the world by sheer chance. Since their inception back in 2003, WordPress have delivered several different upgrades. While some have been mere tweaks, others have been larger overhauls of the service designed to make things easier for users. That is exactly […]

Why WordPress Powers Over 30% of All Websites


Why WordPress Powers Over 30% of All Websites: When it comes to creating a website quickly and without a huge outlay of cash, there are many different options out there. Sites like WordPress, Blogger, Joomla, and other content management services have made it easy to get a website made and out to the masses without […]

E-commerce Website Design – 7 Reason why WordPress is best

ecommerce website design

E-commerce Website Design – 7 Reason why WordPress is best Whether you are looking to start a new online business or are looking to expand your existing business to the internet, you are going to need an e-commerce site that looks great and is easy to navigate. There are certainly plenty of options available, but […]

WordPress Theme or Custom Theme?

wordpress theme custom theme

WordPress Theme or Custom Theme? Which is best for your business? When it comes time to create a new website for personal or business use, you basically have a couple of choices. The first is to use one of the many great template themes offered by WordPress for free or for a small cost, which […]

WordPress Security Settings | Our Standard Security for our Clients

wordpress security settings

If you are one of our managed hosting clients, you benefit from the following security and protection: Our security procedures include: AppArmor, a Linux Security Module, customized for our hosting setup Suhosin, a two-part process guarding against known PHP vulnerabilities Keeping your WordPress core up to date Performing zero-hour updates for WordPress security patches Scanning […]

EU Clients – GDPR is Coming!

GDPR Small Businesses

From May 2018 there will be a significant change in how small businesses handle customer data. GDPR will affect all businesses, large or small, in some way and its best to be thinking now about any changes you will need to make to your working practices. For example, Despite Brexit, if you work with clients […]

Selling Online – Your Legal Requirements

Selling Online - Your Legal Requirements

Selling Online Your Legal Requirements The following information is intended to be used as a guide for UK businesses to your selling online legal requirements, it is not guaranteed to cover all of your legal requirements. Further advice can be gained from contacting Trading Standards or an ecommerce specialist solicitor. The Sales of Goods Act […]