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Click me! How to make your call to action more clickable

June 15th, 2015

Pressing buttons is fun. Hitting the stop button on a bus, clanking the keys on a typewriter or pushing the button for every floor in an elevator – there’s something strangely satisfying about it. It’s like popping bubble wrap or scratching an itch and we humans are compelled to do it. A recent April Fool’s…

What is Varnish Cache and what are the benefits of using it?

June 9th, 2015

Varnish is a reverse caching proxy. Essentially, what it does is does is reduce server load and improve website speed by providing a cached version of pages from your site. It’s usually best utilised for sites that experience heavy traffic or that are inherently cumbersome. If none of this is making sense, sorry it’s about…

6 No BS Pointers to Heed When Choosing a Web Design Company

May 25th, 2015

In order for you to align yourself with the ideal web design company you’ll need to put in some serious research hours scouring the web. There are bucket loads of agencies with different styles, expertise, niches and value propositions for which you have to compare. To help arm you with some curly questions to fire…

3 Key Elements To A Successful WordPress Website

May 11th, 2015

WordPress’ ability to produce a fully customised website for any business or organisation, create pages and posts with the click of a button and leverage SEO & social plugins, gives its users the best foundation to be successful online. There’s no doubt about its reputation around the world: this feature rich open-source CMS powers a…

Why It’s Imperative You Hire A Professional Magento Developer?

May 18th, 2015

Magento powered websites have the potential to be much more than just shopping cart CMS’s. When built by a professional Magento development company there really is no limit to the degree of function, look, feel and personalisation that can be achieved. The evolving nature of eCommerce technology demands that online stores need to connect with…

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