10 Ways Your Site Could Be Falling Behind

Posted by Team Easy on  August 14, 2018

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
If you’re one of a surprisingly large contingency of businesses still not getting on board with the importance of responsive web site design, a time for panic has indeed come. As of right now, it’s not simply a case of shrugging off the warnings of those telling you there’s much you’re missing out on – you’re actually in genuine danger of going out of business. Well, that’s assuming of course that you are to some
Regardless of your personal take on the subject, content marketing is a beast of a marketing tool that isn’t going anywhere. Sure, it takes a long time and yes, it has a habit of costing a fortune, but at the same time it’s one of the few types of marketing that genuinely has a long-term value. Of course in any and all cases, delivering relevant and personalised content can be tricky. Nevertheless, there are various
Google have recently announced that from July 2018, the Chrome browser will be marking all http sites as ‘not secure’. As online security is a concern to many web users, it is recommended that you install an SSL certificate (the green padlock) sitewide as a priority! They have also announced that they have started to move websites over to a ‘mobile-first’ search engine, which although currently separate, will be merged at some point; so making improvements to the

Mobile Only Websites – A Good Idea?

Posted by Team Easy on  March 13, 2018

Category: Mobile Responsive
There’s plenty of chatter going on right now on the subject of mobile-only websites…as in the kinds of websites that focus exclusively on mobile crowds. More specifically, it’s a debate regarding whether or not these kinds of sites are a good idea. The fact that Google went ballistic earlier this year with “Mobilegeddon” pretty conclusively illustrates how serious the web giant is with regard to the future of search. There’s no disputing that the sudden