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Google Chrome security issues – what you need to know

Google Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers around with over 2 billion users worldwide using it. Popularity can sometimes have the impact of being the victim of success, and when it comes to security issues this is likely to the be the case with the Chrome browser. Since Chrome is so popular […]

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Will I be penalised for my website having downtime?

Many websites run smoothly for indefinite periods and only need changes or adjustments when items need updating or adding. Sometimes however, a website breaks and experiences a period of downtime. Depending on the scale of your business or size of site, and how much you monitor metrics on a day-to-day basis, you may not actually […]

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Digital customer experience results – who wins?

A once-a-year consumer satisfaction report has been recently released, which looks at all the digital platforms and entities, tracking who has the greatest satisfaction in the eyes of the public. The report covers all major platforms such as news sites, search engines, social media platforms and review sites. For this purpose, we will concentrate on […]

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WordPress 11.2 update – what you need to know

WordPress – that well known content platform, has just released a recent update to its “Guntenberg” feature, that will help webmasters optimise their site better, as well as providing greater functionality and bug fixes. In our latest blog post, we’ll take a look at some of these changes and how you may be able to […]

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What are progressive web apps and how do they help SEO?

Progressive Web Apps (PWA’s) are seen as something of the future and likely to dominate the search industry. Never heard of them? Wanting to know more about what they are and how they can help? Read our latest post to find out more. PWAs in their simplest form offer users and webmasters the chance to […]

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Can indexing new content take longer than you think?

Whenever new content is posted, you want people to be able to see it quickly. Some people expect to see it ‘yesterday.’ However, in practice, it does not work like this and some recent soundings which have come from Google can leave many of you feeling very disappointed if you think that this is a […]

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The new Google Analytics – 4

Google have recently launched the 4th generation of their analytics programme. It is designed to be more modern and reflect the change in pace with the current times. New features have been added and layouts have been changed with overhauls taking place. However not all are happy with this, in fact, a determined number are […]

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Is WordPress still fit for purpose?

Everyone who has had experience with the technicals of a website, (or is a webmaster who owns a site,) will have heard of WordPress. Chances are, that the website uses WordPress as its platform too! However, a recent study has looked closely at WordPress and examined whether it is still relevant today in 2021, as […]

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Could you find your Google accounts suddenly deleted?

Our latest blog post serves as a bit of a warning to all you out there with Google related or orientated accounts. Google have recently changed their terms and conditions in many of their products, meaning they have the power to delete your accounts for the likes of Gmail, photo accounts and Google Drive (and […]

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Twitter Blue – is it worth it?

All of us who have smart phones or similar technology will be used to ‘apps.’ Some of these apps are totally free, while others are free for basic usage, but then require either a paid subscription, or money to be spent to unlock certain features. Twitter has been completely free to use and to a […]

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