How to Resize & Crop Images Without Using Photoshop

Crop Image

You’re responsible for the website content and you want to swap in a new image. You’ve found the image, you know where you want it to go, yet you need to crop and resize it. There’s no budget for a designer, you don’t know how to use Photoshop and this problem is really annoying. So […]

How to train your website: LESSON FIVE: Accessories for your website

The Digital Bandit - Accessories for your Website

When you have an animal as a pet, you will also find that you need accessories for it. For example, a water bowl, a food bowl, a collar, a lead, a couple of toys, even perhaps, a dog house. The amount of accessories out there are seemingly infinite and it can be hard to work […]

How to train your website – LESSON FOUR: Health & Welfare of your website

Website Health CheckUp

Having completed Lesson Three: Exercising your Website, you know your website is getting all the exercise it needs. But even so, is it healthy? You may be putting a lot of effort into all this ‘exercising’, but how do you know whether it’s beneficial for your website? In order to check up on the health […]

How to train your website – LESSON THREE: Exercising your website

How to Train Your Website - Exercising

You’ve got your website fully-trained and on the way to behaving as you want it to. But every website needs to stretch their legs, run about and travel! There are many many ways to get your website out and about in the digital world and the ones listed below are only a small selection. However, […]

How to train your website – LESSON TWO: Training your website to work for you

Training your website to work for you

“It is a truism to say that the dog is largely what his master makes of him: he can be savage and dangerous, untrustworthy, cringing and fearful; or he can be faithful and loyal, courageous and the best of companions and allies.” Sir Ranulph Fiennes Put in the hard work training your website and you […]

How to train your website – LESSON ONE: Getting to know your website

Getting To Know Your Website

The most important thing to do if you’re going to start looking after a website, or have one built, is to understand the why, who, what and how of it all. The most important question being ‘Why does this website exist?’ If you can answer all these questions below, then you’re qualified to move onto […]

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR WEBSITE*

Just like puppies, websites need training too

It amazes me that there are so many companies out there with badly behaved websites – some are off having a holiday, some need an urgent trip to the vet’s, many are lazy and others have behavioral problems. So if you’re in charge of managing your company website, or for updating content, and you want […]

Content Inspiration for your company website

Inspiration for your website

If you’re aiming to update the content on your website regularly (say once a week), it can be tiring trying to think up new things to write about. Don’t worry though, there’s an infinite amount of things you can post, these are just a few inspirational ideas to get you started: TOP TIP: Make it a […]

How to Write Your Blog Post Part III – Driving Traffic to your Article

Word of Mouth Image - Paper Men

Your blog post is live. Whoop. Time for a break? Not quite, people won’t just flock to read it, regardless of how great you think it is. This is where the hard part comes in – whereas you can play the game and write for your audience and make sure its search-friendly, you have no […]

How to Write Your Blog Post Part II – Writing your article

A Picture Is Worth A thousand Words

  DO NOT UNLEASH EMOTIONAL BAGGAGE – it can be awkward reading. Do your readers really want to know about all your crap? Can you somehow turn it into something they can take advice from or learn from? Once you feel confident you’ve done the necessary groundwork before you write your blog post, then it’s […]