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Happy New Year 2015

January 3rd, 2015

2015The end of the year brings no greater joy than the opportunity to express to you season’s greetings and good wishes. May your holidays and New Year be filled with joy. We would like to express our sincerest appreciation for the trust you have placed in us and best wishes for the holidays of 2015.

A new year comes hand in hand with new website content to help improve your current website have a think about the options below;

Keep your Social Media Active and Relevant

Running a website can be a long-winded task, you’ve got a blog to update and then you’ve got to stay on-top of all your social media to ensure your customers don’t see an inactive company that rarely updates and connects with its customers.

Social Media is such a powerful tool, more and more businesses are adopting to using it on a regular basis. It not only provides your customers with real-time news and updates, but it allows you to connect with respected people in your industry sector. You can post your latest news on Facebook, share it on Google+ and then have some professional comments on LinkedIn.

Read Through Your Existing Content

Having rich, high quality, unique and relevant content has become such a powerful search engine optimisation (SEO) factor that search engines, such as Google, have been pushing forward over the past year. We saw the Google Hummingbird update that started to reward webmasters with engaging content on their websites, whilst negatively impacting sites that replicate content and has no true value to it.

If your website has been running for a while, you’ll of gathered up a large collection of content and pages on your website that may not be relevant to your websites keywords or up-to-date. Simply reading through your content will allow you to identify areas where you can include your websites keywords and allow you to add more deep-linking to newer, more relevant content, into your existing pages that are already indexed.



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