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How Often do you Need to Re-Develop Your Website?

How Often do you need to re-develop your website?

Without doubt having a beautiful shiny new website can have a fantastic impact on a business’ online performance. We’re capable of and would love to supply you with one, as would all web developers, with many recommending that you replace or carry out a large refurbishment on your current website every 12-18 months.   But…

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The Top 5 Reasons Why Your Website Needs a Blog

Top 5 reasons why your website needs a blog

You may have heard this on numerous occasions already, but having a blog really can help to boost your company’s profile and, at the same time, your website’s organic performance on the major search engines. Here we share our top 5 reasons why your website needs a blog and, we hope, it helps you to…

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Consumers Don’t Mind Ads on Mobile… If They Are Optimised Properly

Mobile Ads

We all know how frustrating and annoying ads can be, especially when the user is not able to exit the ad immediately. However, according to research by IAB UK, the main source of annoyance for consumers is not actually the ads themselves, but the fact that the majority of them are not optimised for mobile devices,…

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New Derbyshire Blood Bikes Website Live

Jump 2 IT Media are pleased to announce that the new Derbyshire Blood Bikes website is now live.   The site, which we have built for this incredible charity, provides them with a modern, accessible, attractive and mobile-friendly online presence, which should help to encourage more people to become aware of the work that the…

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The Google Speed Update – July 2018

Google Speed Update

Google has announced that a new ranking algorithm designed for mobile search will launch in July 2018, and will result in web pages that “deliver the slowest experience to users” being negatively impacted.   The search engine giant has recommended that webmasters use Google’s PageSpeed report and make any improvements that are required, as this is…

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Retailers Need to Become Mobile Friendly

In recent years, mobile retailing has become increasingly popular with a higher number of individuals now purchasing products on mobile devices rather than heading into high street shops. However, despite the rising trend of mobile retailing, not all companies have adapted their sales strategy.   Recent reports have shown that high street spending in the…

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Apple Breaks Record for Biggest Ever Company Profit

Apple has announced that the company has achieved its highest ever quarterly profit, despite fewer iPhones actually being sold.   The firm received £62bn in revenue for the final quarter of 2017, with a total of 77.3 iPhones being sold, which marked a slight reduction when compared against the same period in 2016.   Despite…

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Facebook News Feed Set for Major Overhaul

Over the years, Facebook has shifted away from it’s personal focus – intentionally, or not – to become a marketing tool that is now frequently used by businesses to promote their latest products through videos, boosted posts and so on. This has resulted in the social network progressively distancing itself from what made it so…

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Only 60% of UK Businesses Use Social Media

For years now, social media has provided businesses with a fantastic avenue to reach a wider audience on a daily basis. Yet, incredibly, according to research, only 60% of UK businesses actually have a presence on the leading social media networks, such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.   Now, you would be forgiven for thinking…

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The SEO Checklist for 2018

SEO Checklist 2018

It’s hard to believe that another year has passed us by, as it only seems like yesterday that we were informing everyone what to expect from the SEO world during 2017. Yet, somehow, it’s that time again, so take a look below to discover the key areas that you can exploit to achieve organic success…

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