Launching a website takes a lot of effort – but that doesn’t stop when you go live. You’ll need to get to work promoting it and bringing in visitors. Here are some easy ways to get started if you’re wondering how to promote your new website.
You might think your website’s homepage will be the easiest page to write, but it can actually be the hardest! Here’s your guide to what to put on your website’s homepage for maximum impact and success.
If you’re keen to start creating your website, you’ve probably got some content, but what else is required and how do you put it all together? Here’s what you need to build a great website.
Wondering where to start with website maintenance? What exactly is involved? Here’s why maintaining your website properly is essential for a secure and well-performing site.
Not sure if it’s time to redesign, replace or re-platform your business website? Here are 12 telltale signs that you’re ready for a new website.
A Google Business Profile (formerly Google My Business) is an essential step for marketing your business. Let’s look at why this service is so important and how to get a Google Business Profile for your business.
Finding the right web designer for your business is hard. How can you find the person or company that’s the best fit for you and your business? Here’s how to find the best web designer in Edinburgh and the surrounding areas.
Confused about calls to action and how to use them on your website for the best result? Here’s how to use a call to action effectively on your website.
Do you have a new or growing business and aren’t sure if now’s the time to invest in a decent website? There are so many reasons to do it sooner rather than later.
Is it the same as buying a domain? What is shared hosting? And what on earth is cloud hosting? Here’s what you need to know for your website.
You know when you visit a web page and it’s not there? That’s a 404 Error. But what is a 404 error – and if you have one on your website, how do you fix it?
If you’re hiring a web developer to work on your website, here’s how to give them access to WordPress – without just emailing your password off into the abyss.