Web Design

Google Fix AMP Reporting in Analytics

Given Google’s intent to make the internet mobile-friendly, the company has been a long time fixing the reporting feature for Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) in Analytics. However, the search engine giant has now announced an AMP filter has been added to Analytics so marketers can test the performance of all AMP pages on mobile devices. …

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What Does The Penguin 4.0 Update Mean For Websites?

Google recently launched the latest update of Google Penguin 4.0. The week of the launch we noticed a bit of wobble, but that soon stabilised. However, some website owners experienced a dramatic fall. So why are some websites affected by Penguin when others are not? The reason for that is simple. Penguin is part of …

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What Ranking Factors Should You Concentrate On To Improve Google SEO?

When Google let it slip the three most important ranking factors are content, links and RankBrain, they didn’t really tell us anything we don’t already know. At least not on the surface. But there are underlying reasons why these metrics are what website owners should be concentrating on. Google’s mission is to improve the quality …

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Zuckerberg Delivers Small Businesses Another Kick In The Facebook

Restricting organic reach to a measly six per cent is not good enough for Facebook. To be fair, many digital marketers tagged it ages ago, but organic reach on the world’s most popular social media network is now practically down to zero. 

Will it remain the world’s most popular network. Probably not with businesses. Unless …

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Google’s Mobile Speed Testing Tool

Google’s obsession with mobile-friendly websites saw yet another tool added to the website testing earlier this month, this time with the launch of a new mobile speed testing tool. Following hot on the heels of Page Speed, Mobile Friendly Testing Tool and the so-called Mobilegeddon algorithm update, the new tool on thinkwithgoogle.com checks your website …

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Design Tips From the White House!

Being creative director at the White House is one of the most high profile jobs in the design industry. Until just a few weeks ago, the person in charge of the President’s creative output was Ashleigh Axios. Tasked with “conceiving and managing the execution of projects to engage the American public about Obama’s policies – …

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4 Things You Didn’t Know About Your Website

If you own a business, you’re probably online. Which means you have a website. It looks great, maybe performs okay. All in all you’re pretty pleased. But did your last web designer (or current) tell you anything you would not ordinarily know about your website? If not, we will! 1. You don’t have to register …

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5 Web Design Lessons we can learn from the Biggest Sites around

Though it is constantly evolving and adapting to fit our changing needs, there are some principals of web design that hold true no matter what the content, style and purpose of a website is. If you’re thinking about redesigning your site or are already in the process of giving it a facelift, check out these …

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Changes to Google Adwords and Other SEO Updates

At the end of February, Google announced that it was getting rid of its right hand ads bar for good. Users browsing the web from a desktop or laptop computer would no longer see a dedicated advertising column on the right hand side of their search engine results page, instead, ads will be incorporated into …

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