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The Ultimate SEO Social Media Tip

The Ultimate SEO Social Media Tip

The Ultimate SEO Social Media Tip It's the no brainer of no brainers! Stop what you are doing now and make this change today!Read on! The easiest mistake to make with Social Media posts You think you have it all figured out don't you? You're using a social media...

Covid-19 Notice

Covid-19 Notice

With the current situation affecting everyone, we wanted to take the time to make this post addressing our company and how our services will be affected.

Configure your email and create an SPF record on Siteground

Configure your email and create an SPF record on Siteground

Its infuriating isn’t it? You’ve got your new Siteground account and everyone has told you that they are the best hosting provider and your troubles are now over. However, when you begin to send e-mails you discover that people just aren’t receiving them.

Preparing and Importing an Excel Spreadsheet for Mailchimp

Preparing and Importing an Excel Spreadsheet for Mailchimp

Preparing and Importing an Excel Spreadsheet for Mailchimp A Web Design Pro.co step by step guide Introduction The task of preparing an excel spreadsheet for importing e-mail addresses into Mailchimp can be completed using the process below The Excel...

Duplicating a product in Woocommerce

Need a little help making life a little easier with creating new products in Woocommerce? Then you need this tutorial to help you speed up the process, plus there are some useful links to Woocommerce themselves

The Death of Internet Explorer

The Death of Internet Explorer

Back-stabbed for years, IE has succumbed to the simpler and feature rich Google Chrome. Now, let's be honest. Does anyone still use IE? Really, you do? Have you been living on Mars? Do you know what you have done? Having been overtaken by Google's...

Are Web Designers worth it?

Are Web Designers worth it?

  Web Design. Would you pay as much as Victoria Beckham?   Of the thousands of web developers and designers in the world there are few that would argue that being paid £670,000 for creating and maintaining a website would not be highly desirable. We would...

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