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E-commerce

Did you know that, according the Office for National Statistics, 72% of adults in the UK bought goods and services via the internet last year? That number is rising, and enabling your customers to buy from you online through your website is an excellent way to boost sales and get people talking about your products. Products can be shared online, reviewed and bought in a matter of clicks, giving your users a streamlined and convenient way to access your services.

Do You Need To Strategically Re-think Your Business?

In light of the recent announcement that Toys R Us in the USA are filing for bankruptcy, this article is written to cajole, challenge, and hopefully act as a cattle prod to strategically re-think your business. The speed of change in the business world is increasing. Global markets and borders, despite Brexit, are opening. There […]


34 Essential Statistics About Online Business Reviews

As the Internet becomes ever more present in our lives, the popularity of independent review sites is exploding. Rather than asking friends and family about good places to eat or for a recommended tradesperson, we’re asking the Internet. As more and more people are looking for subjective views of what to expect from a company, […]


What Is Phishing And How Can You Protect Against It?

Whilst the Internet does bring a lot of wonderful things, it also presents a number of security challenges for consumers and businesses of all sizes, especially when it comes to keeping sensitive information secure. One of the key threats we face is ‘phishing’ a form of cyber-attack. Each time a purchase is made via the […]


Why Your Website Needs To Move To HTTPS In 2017

You may have run a successful business website for years without ever needing to know about HTTPS and SSL certificates. As a way to protect and encrypt data, it was only really necessary for eCommerce and banking websites. And while there has been encouragement to switch for the last two years, there are big reasons […]


5 Digital Marketing Trends Your Business Should Follow In 2017

What are you going to do differently this year to attract more opportunities for your business? Of course, you can continue marketing the way you did last year, but market and buying habits are constantly changing behind the scenes. There are no guarantees that last year’s marketing solutions will work in 2017. If they do, […]


Small Business Challenges At Christmas And How To Survive Them – Pt 1

Christmas is a busy time for us all. For some businesses, this is peak trading time, for others, it’s their quietest period. These opposing scenarios present different challenges. In this series of articles you’ll discover simple ways to survive and thrive whilst your competition may remain in chaos. Let’s first consider the business with a […]


Boosting Business With Interactive Video Displays

“I know all about this” I hear you cry. “Everything has a touch screen now, I don’t need to read this.” But You’re wrong. If you have a shop window you do need to read this. I want to tell you how and why you may want to invest in the biggest interactive touch screen […]


7 Strategies To Help You Prepare For Black Friday

Roll back the clock a good fifty years and it’s likely that the term “Black Friday” would have been associated with the American stock market crash in 1869.  However, since the 1960’s, in America, it has marked the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season. Black Friday falls the day after the American Thanksgiving national […]


How An Online Store Benefits Your Business

An online store has several benefits, whether you use it to sell products alongside your conventional business or as a standalone e-commerce venture. Read our list of reasons why an online shop could be great for your business. 10 benefits of an online store for your business Reduced overheads – in general, an online store costs […]


How To Sell More To Your Existing Customers – Part Two

In the first part of this article the focus was on developing your product range and in particular your next generation products. The example provided was the iphone where Apple apply a “tick, tock” approach, providing small incremental changes every year. These are sufficient to please enough customers to upgrade their existing handsets, however they […]


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