Got a product or service to advertise that can’t be photographed? Are your workforce just not pretty enough? Then you should use stock photography!
Or should you? In my last article I highlighted the dangers of using stock photography when I saw a photo I’d uploaded to a client’s website on TV. I’ve had to search stock photography websites many times for clients, and I’ve seen the same faces popping up time and time again all over the place (and all over the world in some cases!): on websites, billboards, posters, leaflets and packaging designs. Continue reading Stock images that have been done to death
As pay per click has become a more and more competitive marketplace and companies have cottoned on to the fact that it’s worth investing in SEO as a longer-term marketing strategy, a lot of companies have been making a lot of money out of SEO. Continue reading 8 lies your SEO company is telling you
Have you ever wondered where certain internet-related words come from and why we use them? Like why is spam called spam? And what’s with the term ‘radio’ button – where did that name come from? We’ve put together a list of 10 words and explained their origins, so you can be the ultimate web geek in your office. Continue reading Trivia for geeks: where internet-related words come from
Edit – This article was written many moons ago, so isn’t going to be totally relevant. The importance of Headings in SEO for example has diminished a lot, although is still important.
What are website headings?
Headings on websites are extremely important for breaking up your paragraphs of content, and formatting your text. In this article we’re going to explain what they are, why you should use them effectively in your web pages, and how important they are for SEO. Continue reading Things you should know about website headings