Companies that ignore good website design and SEO do so at their peril.
100 years ago one of the first fighter planes used by the new Royal Air Force was the legendary Sopwith Camel. It could climb at a rate of nearly six metres per second, was armed with machine guns and had a maximum speed of a little over 100mph. The Eurofighter Typhoon on the other hand, which is set to become today’s dominant RAF interceptor, can climb at around 315 metres per second, is armed with multiple guns, missiles and bombs and has a top speed of Mach 2.3.Read more →
Effective website design in Harpenden graphic design and marketing agency, Oyster Studios, has successfully launched three new websites on behalf of engineering-sector clients in recent weeks.
The launches, on behalf of Mitsubishi Electric’s Jet Towel hand dryers, Shemesh Automation, a manufacturer of production line machinery, and Sensors UK, suppliers of measuring equipment for the engineering sector, follow months of development work to deliver on functionality as well as form.
Garry Lewis, Marketing & Communications Manager at Mitsubishi Electric, comments: “We are delighted with the new look website Oyster designed for Jet Towel. It’s clean and efficient – very much in keeping with our product range – plus it’s extremely user-friendly.”
Enquiries double after Oyster Studios launches new website for BBI Detection
BBI Detection, a client that specialises in developing technologies to identify biological threats, explosives and narcotics, recently approached us to help improve their presence online via website design and search engine optimisation (SEO).
We responded to the brief by creating an eye-catching new website for them (www.bbidetection.com), adopting a clean uncluttered style, striking imagery and user-friendly navigation, and then carried out a full SEO exercise to ensure the site featured prominently in online search results.
Although you might not naturally think of Twitter as a platform for providing customer service it is fast becoming one of the most popular ways for customers to direct their complaints for a quick response and to give praise when they have had a good experience. According to Social Bakers, more than 80% of customer service requests on social media are happening on Twitter.
Our latest Guest blog comes from our local digital experts Cariad Marketing with a very useful overview of the Twitter Hashtag!
Firstly – What is Twitter Hashtag?
Simply put it is a word or phrase spelled out without spaces with a pound sign (#) in front of it. #ImACeleb, #ChristmasShopping and #NewYearsEve are all examples that have been very popular with the general public this week.
Why Use a Hashtag on Twitter?
To get your message out there! The hashtag symbol turns the word or phrase into a clickable and searchable link allowing you to spread your tweets further than just you’re immediate followers enabling you to promote products and services powerfully and effectively. As well as using hashtags in your posts you can also use them to search. meaning you can target prospects quickly and precisely. Read more →
Coming from nothing just a few short years ago, ecommerce now permeates into our everyday lives, whether we are big online shoppers or not. The growth of ecommerce has provided opportunities for even the smallest of entrepreneurs to break into business, but it’s obvious that some ecommerce ventures have been more successful than others. Here James Hyde from James and James Fulfilment gives us his top tips for maximising your chances of running a successful ecommerce business. Read more →