If you don’t maintain the webhosting PHP version and the software WordPress runs on, your website can malfunction, break or disappear from SERPs.
Most local business marketing is shockingly bad – if it exists at all. While a rival’s website may look okay, the ineffective content on it may just inspire you to become a dominant player.
It’s easy to botch up a live WordPress website, which is why an offline “local” web server is essential for testing, developing and backing up your work.
This case study outlines the building of a new website using WordPress and overhaul to certain marketing operations for a local double glazing company.
Mobile responsive journal style website designed and developed for Ilkeston, Derby and Nottingham consultant. Created using WordPress and the Genesis framework…
Community website developed to facilitate discussions surrounding the forthcoming Ilkeston railway station. This website is managed by Ilkeston Web Design…
Mobile responsive online fast food menu directory targeting the City of Nottingham.
Mobile responsive online fast food menu directory targeting Beeston, Nottingham.
How and why small/medium businesses can get started for free using SoundCloud to market products/services using informative, conversational content.
Mobile responsive website designed for Nottingham Landlord Service.
In this design discussion, Lee and Darren talk about logo concepts for a Nottingham kitchen, bathroom and bedroom installer.
How to configure your web server to redirect a short URL to the long complicated Google review URL so customers can easily leave a review.
Darren and Lee discuss the damage done to brands by ill-conceived business logos, and how to avoid classic mistakes real designers will always spot.
How to begin attracting and nurturing potential customers using your website with useful, informative, educational, problem-solving marketing content.
Mobile responsive website designed for Ilkeston reflexologist.