Topic: Website Development

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    Browser Cookies: How to Make Sure Your Business Website is Cookie Compliant

    Have you ever felt like Big Brother was following you around online? You viewed a winter coat on a clothing website and found the same winter coat staring back at you as soon as you opened Facebook. The creepier part is…it’s on sale. It’s as if someone read your mind and discovered that you were…

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    8 WordPress Plugins That Will Keep Visitors Glued to Your Website

    No one the Internet can deny that WordPress is everywhere. As of 2017, it’s powering 26% of all websites online. There’s no denying it’s the most used Content Management System. If you’re one of the millions of people using it, you should maximise its features to stand out from your competition. WordPress plugins are one…

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    Your Weekly, Monthly and Yearly Website Maintenance Checklist

    Your website has all the elements needed to turn visitors into loyal clients. Great design, speedy page speed and flawless content. All you have to do is sit back with a glass of wine and wait for your conversion rate to skyrocket. Well, not exactly. Having a great-looking website isn’t enough. You also have to…

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    Get Your Website Ready for Google’s Speed Update

    Your website looks gorgeous and has engaging content designed to turn casual visitors into loyal customers. That’s great and all, but Google requires more. It’s not enough for your website to be helpful or pleasant to look at. It has to be fast, too. On July 9, 2018, Google rolled out a new “Speed Update”…

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    What is GDPR and what does it mean for Australian businesses?

    The General Data Protections Regulation (GDPR) is a ruling designed to protect the data of individuals in the European Union. At first, you might not think that this will have any affect on Australian businesses, but in light of the Facebook debacle and other instances of national and international data breaches, you would be wrong.…

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    The Convergence of Websites and Apps

    We know that more than half of all web traffic occurs on mobile devices now. With the growth of mobile browsing, comes the rise of native apps. Native apps are applications specifically developed for a particular platform (Android, iOS, Microsoft, etc) and takes advantage of the features of that platform. They usually result in greater…

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