The mobile armaggedon... according to Google

Google have once again changed their search algorithms, as of 21/04/2015, to now find more mobile-friendly results and give these greater prominence within search results on a mobile device.

This is a direct response to the fact that more and more people are using a mobile device to access the internet, so seems a fairly logical way to take things. The hope is that more users can find more mobile friendly pages than ever before.

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Get Visual

Less text, more pictures please!

Right now we are seeing a definite trend of website pages that utilise a more visual way of describing the services available through the use of well-designed visual elements.

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Responsive and Mobile Optimised Websites: Explained

You need a mobile friendly website, but are unsure about which to choose from... Mobile Optimised or Responsive?

Both a mobile site and responsive design will optimize your site to be more appropriate for smaller screens; both will offer simpler navigation and faster load times. However, there are certain differences, which is why we feel it's important to point out the advantages and disadvantages of both solutions below.

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Should you choose a DIY approach for your company website?

You need a new company website. Do you go down the DIY route or choose a professionally designed approach?

There is an increasing number of advertisements & commercials for a 'do it yourself' website builder product.

This might have caught your eye if you are a new business, as you may already be wondering what web design firm to choose or whether you can actually go ahead and build it yourself.

Now its fair to say that I'm writing this from a website designer's perspective, but I will offer up some of the pros and cons for both methods... to help you decide which is right for you.

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10 Advantages of Mobile Website Optimisation

Observe people in any public area these days and there is a good chance you will see someone browsing the web on their smartphone such as iPhone or Android. Mobile internet browsing is forever increasing and is only going to get bigger with time, making it more important than ever to have a website that is compatible with mobile devices. If the growing number of mobile web users alone isn't reason enough to convince website owners to embrace the mobile web, there are also a number of advantages worth considering:

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