Sep 10, 2019 | By James Barnes
Are you in the process of migrating your content to a new website? If so, you’ll already know that this is one of the most taxing and demanding experiences a webmaster or business owner can undergo. Unfortunately, the process known as content migration is a necessary part of a website redesign. This is where content elements such as text, images and videos, are migrated from your old website to the new design.
Sep 3, 2019 | By James Barnes
In the field of website optimisation a term which often crops up more than any other is that of ‘bounce rate’. When discussions about your website take place, you may have heard in passing that ‘your bounce rate is too high’, or that ‘we need to reduce the bounce rate to increase rankings’. But what do you do if your bounce rate is too high, and how would you go about reducing a high bounce rate?
Jul 30, 2019 | By James Barnes
The Domain Name System, DNS for short, is one of the most important protocols on the internet, and yet relatively few people understand its purpose. DNS is a protocol which governs how computers exchange data online. Its purpose, simply stated, is to match names with numbers, helping to convert memorable domain names (such as statuscake.com), into an IP address (such as 126.96.36.199) that your browser can use.
Jul 19, 2019 | By James Barnes
It’s never been easier to create your own website, or to start selling your products online. There is a wide range of Content Management Systems (CMS) for you to choose from, each offering its own unique set of features and functionality. You have probably already heard of many of the most well-known CMS, such as WordPress and Squarespace, but there are other less well-known platforms that may be more suited to your needs.
Jun 28, 2019 | By James Barnes
Every year, more and more website traffic is mobile-driven. Statistically speaking, you’re far more likely to be reading this article now on a mobile device rather than on desktop. Indeed, mobile usage goes far beyond website traffic, as virtually every action we take in modern life, from ordering a takeaway to sharing a photo with friends, takes place on a mobile device.