What the Google E-A-T update means for your WordPress site

Feb
15

What the Google E-A-T update means for your WordPress site

The Google E-A-T update is a change to how Google’s algorithm ranks websites. It’s not made quite as big an impact as previous updates, so don’t be surprised if you haven’t heard much about it yet. It’s important, though, to understand any changes to Google’s algorithm and what you can do to make sure your […]

How to test the usability of a WordPress website prior to launch

Feb
07

How to test the usability of a WordPress website prior to launch

Your online presence is more important than ever before, particularly when it comes to your website. Whether you are launching a brand new business or are in the midst of a website redesign for an existing business, don’t fail to conduct adequate testing before the site goes live. Failure to test your site could create […]

Would your business benefit from our WordPress Emergency Fix Service?

Feb
01

Would your business benefit from our WordPress Emergency Fix Service?

Have you heard? We’ve added a new emergency WordPress fix service to our WordPress Maintenance offering.  For a low fixed cost of only £49 GBP / $65 USD, we can fix any issue that you’re experiencing. As we live, speak, and breathe WordPress, we know there are occasions where the platform just doesn’t do what […]

WordPress security: What to do if you fall victim to cyber crime

Jan
24

WordPress security: What to do if you fall victim to cyber crime

Last week we looked at whether your WordPress website was prepared for a cyber-attack. Now we’re going to focus on what to do if you find you have fallen victim to cyber-crime. With a hacker attack occurring every 39 seconds, it’s likely this will happen to you at some point in the near future if […]

Is your WordPress website prepared for a 2019 cyber attack?

Jan
14

Is your WordPress website prepared for a 2019 cyber attack?

According to a university study, a hacker attack occurs every 39 seconds. And while some of those attacks are on personal computers, a significant proportion targets businesses. Falling victim to an attack can result in lost information, reduced trust from customers, and a financial hit as you try to rectify it – which is why […]

6 ways to optimise your WordPress Website

Jan
07

6 ways to optimise your WordPress Website

Your website is a key tool to gain new leads and raise awareness of your brand. No matter what industry you’re in, or how long ago you launched your website, an understanding of how to optimise your WordPress website for search engines will help increase traffic and grow the number of visitors. An SEO-friendly website […]

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