BE MOBILE FRIENDLY!

Most of your customers will be using a mobile these days, if you’re seeing this, you’re on a desktop or a laptop and to help us illustrate our point about focusing on mobile, we’ve shown you our mobile site.

Have you checked yours lately?

Gareth Founder & Director

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Richard

How does your website look on different mobile devices?

Posted in Something Useful, Tips and Tools, Websites Design by Richard on October 02, 2019

How does your website look on different mobile devices? This Concise Video explains how you can quickly check the appearance of your website using the free Emulation tool within the Google Chrome browser. This is a handy way to see ...

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Concise Digital

The importance of a call to action and how to write the perfect one!

Posted in Something Useful by Concise Digital on September 20, 2018

In marketing terms a call to action is the part of your advertisement, usually a button or a link, in which you prompt the audience to make a specific decision. These decisions can range from simply signing up to a ...

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Tammy

LinkedIn Public Profile Badge Builder

Posted in Social Media, Something Useful by Tammy on June 28, 2018

I'm not sure if it's entirely new or not but I was updating my LinkedIn profile and stumbled across the Public Profile Badge Builder. The profile badge builder enables you to choose from two different badge types for you to ...

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Tammy

Meetup A Great Way To Network

Posted in Something Useful by Tammy on April 25, 2018

Starting your own business can be daunting, as well as putting yourself out there to get recognised, building your brand?” Social media is a great way to be found. But what if other businesses want to meet you face to ...

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Tammy

Schedule Your Emails With Boomerang For Gmail

Posted in Something Useful by Tammy on April 11, 2018

I have yet to meet a business owner that doesn’t use email. Email is one of the most used forms of communication amongst business owners, not only does it leave a paper trail, but it can be easier to communicate ...

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