The EU Cookie law came into force in the UK on 26 May 2011. In a nutshell, the law, which comes from an amendment to the EU’s Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive, means that UK businesses and organisations that run websites in the UK must have consent before storing and retrieving information on the computers … Read moreEU cookie law and your website
All websites, whether large or small should have a content strategy. A website content strategy defines how you will maintain the content on your website, specifically: how and when you will create and publish that content, and the content areas and topics you should cover. In other words, your content strategy is your content action … Read moreHow to set up your website content strategy
Here is a very quick test to run on your website. If someone who knew nothing about your site were to visit it for the first time, would they know immediately what it was about and what it had to offer? This is important because you have only a few seconds to impress your website … Read more3 ways to end website content confusion
It could be down to anything. Too much work, other interests, low motivation levels, or a recent holiday. Any of the above could be the reason(s) why you may have neglected your website content by not publishing anything new for some time. Website content breaks – planned or otherwise – can and do happen. After all, … Read moreManaging your web content after a short break
A few weeks ago on this blog, I talked about reasons why you should merge your blog and website. One of the reasons I gave for running a hybrid site was to give your website a ‘voice’ by adding a personal touch to enhance the corporate face of your website. Looking around at other websites … Read moreShould you add personal information to your website or keep it strictly business?