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What we expect to see in web design during 2017

Posted on 12 January 2017 by mark

Replace Base Site Launch

The client came to us wanting to move to a more reliable ecommerce system that communicated efficiently with internal stock systems as well as providing additional back office functionality and front end user experience. 

10 ways entrepreneurs can get more leads from their blogs

There are no hard and fast rules when blogging on a company or personal website, as long as you have a reasonable level of English, and you’re able to communicate it’s really straightforward. If you’re not feeling too confident to begin with, confidence will come over time the more you write and you will be in a routine in no time.

10 Ideas on How to Use Twitter

Twitter can be used for a wealth of things, for personal or business use, but at times can be overwhelming with the amount of information being displayed. Twitter is essentially a live feed, which can give quick snippets of information from groups of people brands and individuals.

New Edge Website Receives an ‘Honorable Mention’

New Edge Media produce an array of top quality and well-designed websites that put the latest web standards and user experience at the forefront of design every. Occasionally this hard work pays of and we get recognised on industry leading publications.

Search Traffic throughout December and the Christmas Break

If you’re an e-commerce based business, or even a website that promotes services to a local area, you may want to consider to start planning for the future and think about a strategy for the Christmas period. We’ll elaborate in more detail in next week’s post of what strategies you can implement, but first lets look at the general search trends and patterns for the Christmas run-up through to January to give us a bigger idea of your potential market.

Dad.info Goes Live

View our recently launched website here - www.dad.info a fully responsive Joomla website, designed to work seamlessly throughout all desktop, mobile and tablet devices.