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Giving back to the community and creating a business with a conscience is extremely important to us here at Easy Internet. Therefore we’re delighted to announce that our Founder and Managing Director, Mark Esho, has combined forces with a number of influential black colleagues and friends to form the East Midlands Black Business Network. The EMBBN was created by Mark Esho, David McFarlane, Brian Simmons, Ashiedu Joel and Sandra Pollock out of a desire for
What is User Experience (UX)? Simply put, UX is the experience of a user navigating through your website, usually to get information or complete an action. Many factors affect UX and need to be considered if you wish to assess your own website’s UX. Is your site organised in a comprehensive manner? Is the navigation easy to access? Are the contents and categories easy to understand and engaging? Sites with poor UX will have a
Easy Internet co-owners Mark and Diana Esho shared their digital expertise at a law conference this weekend. At the conference hosted at St Martin’s house in Leicester city centre, Mark and Diana gave two presentations. Diana’s focused on how to get full utility out of a website without breaking the bank and Mark shared hints and tips on how to optimise social media. Mark said: “When I set up the business, very few people understood

Does Corporate Social Responsibility go far enough?

Posted by Team Easy on  November 16, 2018

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Category: Latest News
Every business is looking into CSR to boost their brand image and reputation. Whether it’s to boost brand image or to entice talent, the benefits are undeniable. Here at Easy Internet, we look at CSR differently. Rather than a specific activity to tick a box, social responsibility and value are incorporated in every aspect of our business and although we do directly support several charities, that’s only one tiny part of our approach. It starts

10 Ways Your Site Could Be Falling Behind

Posted by Team Easy on  August 14, 2018

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Category: Design
When it comes down to it, websites really are pretty special assets for businesses. There are few other ways to be constantly represented or open to new business twenty-four hours a day. They can be the ultimate shopfront, allowing you to cleverly and adaptively craft the way your business is going to be perceived by your audience and customers. That said, there are plenty of ways for websites to go slightly wrong, with the biggest