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Our Response to COVID-19

By: Olly on March 17, 2020

Due to the recent developments with COVID-19 and Boris Johnson’s latest briefing, we have issued an advisory note to all staff, which very much follows and echoes that given by the Government and its advisors. This means all dijitul staff will be remotely working from their homes whilst the country and the world get through

CBD Startups, Don’t use Shopify!

By: Tom Caulton on March 26, 2020

So, you’re starting a new business selling CBD, right? You’ve probably searched “sell CBD online” and have clicked the Shopify CBD landing page and thought, yes, this is what I need. Wrong! You should stay far far away from Shopify if you’re starting a CBD business, it’s that simple. And here’s why… You won’t be

How To Fix A Sales Page When It’s Not Converting (And Fix It Quickly)

By: Tom Caulton on March 25, 2020

You’ve created a beautiful sales page. You’ve highlighted all your products, written stellar descriptions and shown off all your services. But you haven’t made a single conversion. No one’s buying. It’s not a good place to be in, but there is a way out of it. It’s discouraging to put all your efforts into fine-tuning

COVID-19 – Online Disaster Recovery Service

By: Olly on March 24, 2020

dijitul are now offering an online disaster recovery service The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic is picking up pace, and the ripples are already having a profound effect on the world around us. As I was watching a news briefing last night, it dawned on me that there could be people up and down the country also

Everything You Need To Know About Voice Search

By: Danny Watkinson on February 10, 2020

Voice search has been in the mainstream media since Apple’s 2011 launch of their voice assistant Siri for the iPhone 4. Then, in 2015, Amazon announced the Amazon Echo and it, along with their voice assistant Alexa, became the name (or voice) for mainstream smart home devices. Bit by bit, over the years, the voice

Is SEO Actually Worth Investing In?

By: Tom Caulton on November 6, 2019

There’s no denying it – SEO (search engine optimisation) can take a lot of time, patience and money to get right. It sounds like a pain, to be honest. If you’re here, you’re probably wondering if putting your time into SEO is really worth it. There are so many other things you could be focusing

Selling CBD Online – Shopify or WooCommerce?

By: Danny Watkinson on September 17, 2019

The verdict is in: Shopify is out and WooCommerce is in! What’s the best platform to sell CBD products on? CBD sales reached £50 million last year (and that’s just in the UK!). The UK Cannabis Trades Association estimate that CBD use has doubled in the last 12 months and the number of people using CBD oil

SEO & PPC Case Study: Composite Door Supplier

By: Tom Caulton on April 8, 2019

About the customer: The composite door supplier and fitter in Mansfield came to us to grow their visibility online with both organic traffic and paid traffic. The supplier has gone on to become very successful in the areas he serves, which include Mansfield, Nottingham, and surrounding areas. Strategy On-site: Our main onsite objective was to

We are the WORST PPC Company in the World….. apparently.

By: Olly on February 26, 2019

Thats right, I didnt miswrite the title. We were emailed today from a customer stating we were the worst PPC company in the world, and the campaigns we had set up were rubbish and didnt work. By the end of the phone call the customer was praising us, and apologised profusely for the tone of

Our New Website

By: Olly on October 31, 2018

After two theme based websites and an entire company revamp – we’re proud to launch our brand new fully bespoke website to the world today. Thanks to time saving integrations and streamlined businesses processes, both Dave and myself have been able to work on our business for the last 12 months or so, and have taken the

Keeping ahead of COVID-19

This rapidly evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) has imposed an unsettling, fluid situation upon our community and its businesses. While the team here still aims to maintain a “business as usual” approach, we are making a number of significant changes to our operations to account for a situation that is far from normal.