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Get your own Webwalrus website for free

By Joe Hewes

IMPORTANT! Public free sign ups for this service are now closed, but do get in touch if you’d like to discuss signing up on behalf of a charity or community non-profit. We’ve been designing websites for many years now. Along the way we’ve learned a few things, made a few mistakes. Those lessons we learnt in the early days mean we’ve picked up what we like to think of as a considered and efficient method for creating great websites, which are fast, simple to construct and coded to a high standard. And now we’d like to give you all this knowledge for free. That’s right – our method is one that you can take advantage of right now, with no obligation to buy. You can see exactly what software we use to create stunning responsive websites. You can make them yourself. You can even make them for other people. We’ve…

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Search Engine Optimisation – Enhance Your Firm’s Profile

By Suffolk Social Media

How SEO can enhance your business profile It is no good having a website if you don’t get any visitors. Of course, it is likely that Google – the world’s number one search engine – will stumble across your site eventually, but it is always best to direct them; and why settle for page ten, when your business could rank on page one for its most important keywords? What is SEO? Typing a set of keywords into Google can be likened to searching for a book in a library, with web crawlers and indexers all doing the hard work. Keying in a relevant word, or phrase, into the search engine, could churn out hundreds or thousands of results; however, the chances are users won’t look beyond the first two pages. Harsh when your website appears on page three or later. The key to improving visibility on the web is ‘search…

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Android and IOS Mobile Apps

By Suffolk Social Media

The Pros of Mobile Apps for Your Business More than 75% of people in the UK use a Smartphone, demonstrating just how essential our handheld devices have become. Browsing on the small screen, and on the move, is on the rise as figures released by Ofcom in 2014 show mobile web browsing now exceeds laptop and desktop use. Android or iOS (iPhone operating system) mobile apps allow for greater customer interaction with businesses or organisations; For example, people can scan items from a magazine and take them to the checkout with the Net-a-Porter App, order coffee with the Starbucks App, go online shopping with the Amazon App, link up to social media with the Facebook App, and do a yoga workout with a fitness app. Even on a small scale an appealing, easy-to-use app – that you can download via the Apple App Store or Google Play Store – will…

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