Taking Payments Through Your Website

Taking payments for products or services through your website gives you and your customers convenience, but what is actually involved in doing this and what will it cost? To take payments online you need an E-commerce merchant bank account and

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Landing Pages

A landing page is a web page which serves as the entry point for a website or a particular section of a website. So, it’s where a visitor will ‘land’ in order to start browsing the website. It could be

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Online Security For Your Business

As most of us are now pretty tech-savie, we are all being taught about online safety. We’ve all heard the warnings about not giving out your PIN or password and watching out for fake emails from your bank. Everyone is

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Choosing a Shipping Model for your E-Commerce Website

One of the biggest challenges with e-commerce is deciding what shipping model to use and what prices you should charge for your postage and packaging. No matter what company you use for parcel delivery, it is unlikely that the cost

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Quick Glossary of WordPress Terms

Posts are time-orientated articles that make up a blog. They are shown in chronological order. Categories enable you to group your posts together in a meaningful way. This helps to create a tidy navigation structure to your site. Tags are

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When was the last time you Googled yourself?

Making your business discoverable, or getting yourself to ‘come up in Google’ is something that every small business owner will appreciate the need for. It’s something that most people will typically associate with a website, and at some point we

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Choosing a ready built WordPress theme

Low cost, off-the-shelf WordPress themes are plentiful. They allow you to put a beautiful website together with no coding experience. However, there are so many that choosing the right one can be a minefield. So, here are some points for

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Does your website have feature bloat?

In software development, feature bloat is where an application has so many optional or additional features that it causes the app to use more memory and disk space than is necessary and also makes the core features more difficult to

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Google to penalise non-mobile friendly websites

Google want happy mobile users. That’s why they have announced that they are going to make mobile friendliness a significant ranking signal. Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will

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Whats the difference between mobile friendly and mobile responsive?

Having a mobile ready website is something that is already on the wish list for most businesses. I’m not going to go over the advantages of optimising for mobile devices as I’m sure you’ve heard it all before. What I

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