YouTube is now the second largest Internet Search Engine after Google. People are visiting YouTube to be entertained and educated and it is a perfect place for your business to reach a wider audience.
When customers invest in a new website, there is a common mis-conception that it “should work flawlessly forever”… There is one certainty here, It won’t!
New to designing websites and want to learn more before you talk to a web designer, or perhaps your keeping costs down and having a crack at designing a website yourself? Here are a few useful web tips to help non-web-designers hit the mark.
Twitter has recently opened up its advertising platform to small and medium sized businesses in the UK. This means smaller businesses or even individuals can run promoted tweets as well as promoted accounts, as long as they are signed up to Twitter and have a credit card.
A great way to show your website visitors you are switched on and paying attention to the digital arm of your business is to include themes such as Christmas into your website design or digital campaigns.
Professional Rugby League Star Lee Briers will be launching his new Autobiography titled “Off the Cuff” on Saturday 2nd November at the Warrington Wolves Rugby League Club from 12.30pm – 3pm.
A surprising statistic to learn, is that Internet users read an average of 17% of commercial emails sent to them. Set up more efficient email campaigns and generate website traffic and sales with these 5 useful tips.
See we have the wee ribbon thingie over there to the left… that’s because this website you are looking at recently received an “Honorable Mention” in the user vote at the Website Design Awards.
Amplify are excited to announce the launch of a new website for professional Rugby League star Lee Briers!
Amplify have been developing and supporting UK Government Departments websites for a number of years now. The Stabilisation Unit is one particular site that has selected Amplifys Web Hosting services.
Having your WordPress website hacked can cause more damage than you might be aware of. Firstly there is your personal or business presence online that could be defaced. There could be your personal information or site user information put at risk, and often you are left with an expense to fix the hacking issues and re-secure, or re-build the web site from scratch.
Having a great looking brand spanking new website is all very well and good, but its not the final product, only a starting point.