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  1. Mark Vaesen

    Should you choose a local web designer?

    March 29, 2011 by Mark Vaesen

    The vast majority of our clients are local to our office – we can reach pretty much everyone within an hour by car, and many we can walk to.  Even in these times of ever-improving communication tools, many people still value face-to-face contact when dealing with their web projects.  So, should you choose a local web developer?

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  2. Mark Vaesen

    How to use Twitter, for small local businesses

    March 25, 2011 by Mark Vaesen

    Pretty much everyone I talk to at the moment about their website is asking me about social media and whether, as a small business, they can really gain any advantage from using it.  In this article, I offer a pragmatic opinion on the pros and cons on my own favourite, Twitter.

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  3. Mark Vaesen

    Blogging – why, when and how you should do it

    March 18, 2011 by Mark Vaesen

    I get asked about blogs all the time by our clients.  There seems to be a wrongly-held perception about what they are for and how you could use them to help your business, so I thought I’d write this piece to answer some of those questions.

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  4. What is web hosting?  How does one supplier compare with another?  Does it matter who you choose?  This brief guide helps you understand the important differences when choosing where to put your website.

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  5. Mark Vaesen

    Do you love your web designer?

    March 10, 2011 by Mark Vaesen

    What sort of relationship do you enjoy with your web designer?  Is it like a love affair – you’re always talking to each other and making plans?  Or is it like an old relative that you sometimes contact, but only because you have to?

    We believe that everyone should love their web designer, but know that many do not.  In this article, we look at how much you’re missing out by not keeping in touch, and how easy it can be to achieve.

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  6. Updating your website is vital to the credibility of your business and the performance of the site itself.  Here we look at 5 very good reasons for keeping your site in tip-top shape.

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