Category Archives: for clients

Why your business needs a Marketplace website.

We are in the middle of the fourth industrial revolution and it is vital for products or services should be online and easily accessible to consumers across the globe! Consumers across the globe purchased $2.86 trillion on the web in 2018, a huge increase from $2.43 trillion in 2017.  As a retailer of different products

Three Things Your Customers Can’t Find On Your Website

Your customers are the life line to your business – their purchases determine your success, security and stability from month to month. It is therefore of vital importance that your website is visually attractive and well balanced, is user friendly, and most importantly, is easy for online consumers to identify what you are offering and

Creating You Colour Umbrella

Most of us are blissfully unaware of the complementary colour wheel and how this plays a vital role in online marketing. When it comes to designing your website and incorporating your colour schemes, consider the following tips and tricks to help you tap into your target market. Using colour can be simplified by following these

Welcome To WordPress 101

What is WordPress? WordPress is an online, Open Source website creation tool written in PHP. But in non-geek speak; it is considered to be the most powerful, popular, user-friendly blogging and website content management system (CMS) in existence today. The fundamentals of WordPress were essentially built as a base platform for blogging more than typical

The Secret Of Search Engine Marketing

The Secret Of Search Engine Marketing When you reach that incredibly exciting point of going live with your wow factor website, consider the tips and tricks that a site management service can bring to the table. You have your groundbreaking product or service, your bold brand identity, and a pocket full of sunshine to share

Don’t Be A “Silent Partner”

Don’t Be A “Silent Partner” Having taken the bold and daring plunge into the entrepreneurial pool a good few times, one of the biggest lessons I’ve learned is managing my expectations and those of my business partners’ and growing team. This is a crucial element to ensure ultimate productivity, and naturally, it all comes down