Not necessarily - it really depends on your site. For example, if you have a business training dogs or running workshops, fly-on-the-wall shots taken with your mobile often give more authenticity that professionally posed shots. But by and large, if you're selling a product or a … Read more about Do I really need professional photos for my website?
The very lovely and very talented Angela Reed has just been named as the top calligraphy blogger in the UK by Feedspot, coming top in the category 'UK Calligraphy Blog and Website in 2018'. Feedspot is an online content reader, designed to help people keep an eye on their favourite blogs and … Read more about Creative Calligraphy wins top UK Calligraphy Blog and Website in 2018
I'm feeling well chuffed today after Carol Milne of Kip McGrath Gateshead East asked me to check her SEO ranking. Carol's main targeted keyword phrase is 'tutoring gateshead', for which she now proudly holds the number one spot. She has six other keywords she targets ('maths tuition … Read more about Kip McGrath, Gateshead East – Helping a local business to grow online
The new website for Ultimate Home Improvements has been just the most stunning success - I've amazed even myself! Paul McDonough, the owner, had had a website for many years but it was outdated and was set up when all he did was fit windows and doors. It was now so out of date that it didn’t … Read more about Can a new website really bring instant results?
It was Good Friday yesterday, and, although I was in the office, I was having a pretty chilled day. I had Facebook running (as I always do) and up popped a notification: I'd been tagged by my friend Kelly from Cygnet North East in a post on the #DoDigital group. … Read more about How I Answered the Call – Help! My Website is Losing Sales and I Don’t Know Why
Squarespace is a great platform if you're just starting out on your website life, but it has its limitations and sooner or later many Squarespace users start looking for a more flexible and powerful option. … Read more about Migrating a site from Squarespace to WordPress
The Fostering Company already had a website which they had built themselves on Moonfruit. It had (almost) all the information they needed, but was difficult to keep up to date, difficult to navigate and very uninviting. … Read more about The Fostering Company NE Ltd – an ‘outstanding’ website
This website is for Dene Secretarial Services, a virtual assistant company owned and operated by Gill Atkinson and based in Newcastle upon Tyne. Gill had found me on Google and had been so impressed by my other work (especially Equine Lymphatic Therapy) that she called me and we met for a … Read more about How big does a website need to be to bring results?