I know. The title of this blog post doesn’t make any sense! Let me explain… I recently received an email. The same email was sent to a wider group of people and after we had all read the message, we began to talk about it. It soon became clear that although we had read the … Read moreUsing plain English to unravel your remote strategic paradigm shifts
Over the last few months, I’ve talked about ways to improve your website content, but it’s occurred to me that some of you may well be considering how to prepare for a website in the first place. So, for those of you who are working towards creating a website, here goes… Planning your website Planning … Read moreHow to set up your own website
We are bombarded with news everywhere we turn these days from television news to junk mail updates through our letterboxes, not to mention email messages. With so much news around us, is there really a need to add more news to our websites? There is. And here are three reasons why. Because your web visitors … Read moreWho needs news?
Happy New Year to you all! My head has been buzzing over the last few days. Not from the effects of all the New Year celebrations – but with ideas. Spurred on by my decision to set up a Twitter account late last week (you can follow me on: @DebbieLegall), I’ve been combing through websites … Read moreWebsite content trends for 2011
While the 2010 Christmas rush is well and truly behind us, if you run a website selling products or services that attract VAT; a new rush is on…the VAT content rush. The UK VAT rise from the current rate of 17.5% means that changes to prices is a major task that needs to be finished … Read moreThe VAT content rush is on
Keeping your website relevant often calls for a regular stream of up-to-date information. If you are busy producing printed material, one of the easiest ways to ‘feed’ your web pages with the content they need is to copy material over directly from your leaflets, brochures, books or other print-based media, right? Wrong. Content that has … Read more3 ways to make your printed information work online