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A recent report on the future of creativity reveals that consumers think brands lack originality and that 65% think that all brands look alike. The start of a new year is a time for enthusiasm and creative strategising for the year ahead. But before truly getting stuck in to 2019...
A beautiful shop means little if there isn’t the footfall. And even then, a store needs enticing reasons to bring people off the street and through the doors. A website is no different. But rather than targeting passers by, we’re looking for destination shoppers.
Bounce rates may sound cool and get you thinking about space hoppers and rubber balls cascading down San Francisco streets. But when it comes to your website, it’s not all fun and games.
You know the little padlock symbol you see in your browser bar? That shows whether a website is secure. It technically means the website has an SSL certificate. (If you’re wondering, SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer - Bet you’re glad you asked.)
Waterford Development are a property maintenance company that cater for a wide variety of trades, having built them a new website last year they have now asked us to set up a solution that would give the new site traffic and also generate new business opportunities too.
We need to make an apology!
We try to make our marketing material fun and colourful. We try to keep you excited about the ways you can grow your business. But, today, we need to be serious. The law is changing.
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