I always tell clients (and friends) that the launch of a website is only the start of your online project, not the end. Building a fantastic website is a bit like building a shop in the middle of the woods – it looks great but no-one knows it’s there.
When we set-up a new business website we normally set-up some business email accounts such as firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
These emails are securely stored on your server (whether in your office or shared hosting) and retrieved by an email application such as Outlook Express or a mobile device type application to [...]
So, you’ve spent a few thousand pounds (or a few tens of thousands of pounds) on your business website design.
It looks nice and shiny and is brimming with useful information about your company and products, all carefully polished by the marketing department. You are even presented with some graphs showing [...]
You can’t turn on the radio or the television without mention of Twitter these days – whether its politicians, celebrities and sports stars getting in trouble over their Tweets or David Dimbleby uncomfortably soliciting viewer interaction with the Newsnight Twitter account during the programme.
One of the simplest ways to allow your readers and customers to interact with your brand online and to share your content is to add a ‘retweet’ button to your website’s pages or blog posts.