We would like to wish all our clients, readers and partners a happy and successful 2010. We will be launching exciting new web design and search engine optimisation products and services in 2010. Stay tuned as we will be releasing new articles which we hope you will find useful.

For all of you whose new year resolution is to buy a new website or update your existing one, contact us now to take advantage of 2009 pricing in January 2010.

Twitter extends the beta feature called “lists”. It is a way to organise categorise twitter accounts that you follow in to lists.

You can categorise your friends and family into one list and colleagues into another lists and so on.

We were surprised to see our Twitter account being listed in a web design categories along with other web design companies and web design blogs around the globe.

It used to be quite hard to keep track of people who you follow, with this new feature, it is a breeze to categorise everyone into lists.

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This is a question that a lot of clients ask themselves. However this is not the case in Gibraltar as Web Design in Gibraltar consists of rather small companies.

Although in general, Big Web Design or SEO companies have the advantage of Read more

According to the Market Research Industry, it appears that internet users are becoming more sophisticated as a result of an increase due to increasing broadband penetration. In a survey conducted by them it appears that 29% download music at least once a month, 13% write on blogs regularly and 12% download podcasts. 10% use Skype etc to make telephone calls. Read more

1. A badly designed homepage: Your home page is the quintessential page of your website. This is the first page a user will see and it is essential that you engage the user immediately. ‘Never judge a Book by its Cover’ does not apply to websites. If your home page looks unprofessional and outdated the user will assume the service and products that you offer are also of the same standard. Even worse, it makes your company come across as complacent. Read more