Why Sliders are bad when it comes to User Experience.

By: Danny Watkinson on October 7, 2016

Adding in sliders to your website can be a great way to portray multiple messages you want to get across to your consumers, right? Not exactly. Surely they make sense? It makes the page look less static, it moves so will grab people’s attention, and you can essentially add more content to the page which

DATA VALIDATION FAILED – Dont ignore these emails!

By: Olly on July 14, 2016

Have you received an email stating there is info missing from your WHOIS information on your UK domain name? A few years ago (wow, thats gone fast!) Nominet, the governing body for UK domain names, brought in a new ruling that means every UK domain name must list accurate data in the WHOIS records to prove

How Important Are Customer Reviews For Local SEO?

By: Danny Watkinson on June 24, 2016

Drive traffic to your website with customer reviews. In this post, we will show you just how important customer reviews can be in a successful local SEO campaign. Reviews of products and services have always played a vital part in how people behave when they spend their money. It doesn’t matter if it’s a review

7 Reasons Your Website Must Be Mobile Friendly

By: Liam Winterton on June 20, 2016

Image Source Have you ever found yourself asking “Do I need a mobile friendly website?” Or have you ever visited a website before on your mobile and thought, I can’t use this website on my phone, I’ll return to the Google results and try a different website. Well, if you’re thinking this, then your potential customers

Dijitul Acquire Concept Creations

By: Olly on April 15, 2016

Concept Creations is a national digital agency specialising in organic search engine optimisation. Building clients from all sectors and industries, they provide both local and national marketing campaigns to suit any business. Concept’s pride lies within customer service and transparency which has allowed them to build a substantial ongoing client base throughout the UK. Edwinstowe based

Google Has Begun Penalising Sites For Unnatural Outbound Linking

By: Tom Caulton on April 12, 2016

Google Has Been Sending Outbound Link Penalties Over The Weekend Over the weekend, Google has been penalising websites that have been guilty of building unnatural outbound links. This is a penalty that has been manually issued by the Google manual actions team, specifically to websites that have been linking out to other website in an

Secure Trading proudly partners Dijitul

By: Olly on April 8, 2016

Dijitul has become an approved Secure Trading partner after having completed payment gateway integrations for several clients. Secure Trading is one of the world’s leading independent payment management companies, a single point of contact for merchant accounts, payment processing, and your PCI compliance. Secure Trading in Partnership with Dijitul Through our partnership we are happy

Google Has Started Warning Site Owners Their Website Is Not Mobile Friendly

By: Tom Caulton on April 8, 2016

Google has begun to warn site owners that their website is NOT mobile-friendly The worlds leading search engine has begun warning site owners that their website isn’t mobile-friendly, this warning comes just one month before, Google boosts their mobile-friendly algorithm. What Do These Warnings Look Like? The new warnings show directly in the mobile search results,

Google Confirms Live SERP Experiments

By: Tom Caulton on March 22, 2016

Image Source: Search Engine Land Google Have Confirmed Running Live SERP Experiments Across the globe, many SEO’s and regular searchers of the “interwebs” have been debating whether or not Google run live SERP experiments. Well, at the recent SMX, Google’s ranking engineer Paul Haahr has finally shed some light on this long lasting debate. According to

How To Use Yoast To Boost SEO

By: Tom Caulton on March 21, 2016

In this post, I will show you how to use Yoast to boost SEO. As many of you may already know, Yoast is a great tool to help boost the SEO of any WordPress website. But for those that don’t know what Yoast is or how to use it, this short and easy to follow