Category Archives for "Online Presence Fundamentals"
How to build your online presence. This section gives you information about the fundamentals of building an online presence. What works today in digital marketing? Unfortunately this is the section that many digital agencies miss out. It’s the more hidden steps that make your website and other parts of your online presence work.

Digital Marketing Security – Steps You Should Take To Protect Your Digital Assets

Digital Marketing Security - Protecting Logins From Hacking

Has your team changed a lot recently, or your working practices have changed?  Are you worried some of that knowledge may walk out the door, including that vital login for the system you didn’t even realise you should have access to? We often talk about digital assets in our talks and for many business owners […]

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Is WordPress A Good Platform For Your Website? (WordPress Myths Busted)

Is Wordpress Good For Your Website?

Is WordPress good for your content / blog / SEO / website / business?  This is a question that’s asked a lot. There’s also a lot of really poor and misleading answers to this question. Sadly there’s also a lot of misinformation and lies told about WordPress.  People say WordPress is easily hacked / it’s […]

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5 Reasons Not To Use Wix For Your Website – A Brief Wix Review

Should I Use Wix For My Website

I’ve often had clients come to me after using Wix or Weebly to build a website and ask for some help making their sites more visible.  And there lies the rub so to speak.  Wix makes it very easy to build a great looking website, and very easy to build a very badly performing website. […]

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Why Your Business Doesn’t Need (Just) a Website

Online Solutions Social Media Websites

Why Your Business Doesn’t Need (Just) A Website Everyone wants a website yet today, according to search experts SEOMoz, your website may be as little as 25% of your overall online presence. Websites have been around a while now and it scares me to think that I built my first one during 1996 whilst at […]

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