Category Technology

February 7, 2016

On September 11th, 2015 wrote on the subject of Technology.

WordPress, Drupal, Ghost? The Best CMS for Each Use Case »

* What is the best CMS (Content Management System)? There is no simple answer to this question. Depending on who you are and what you want to achieve the best CMS will be different in each use case. What are the best use cases for WordPress Drupal Ghost and other tools besides blogging?   Content […]

On October 17th, 2014 wrote on the subject of E-commerce,Technology,Web Technology.

The Growth of Mobile eCommerce Payments »

From cash to credit cards, the way consumers pay for their purchases has significantly evolved over the past few decades. Now, however, the evolution of payment methods is accelerating, thanks mostly to the prevalence of technology in society. According to statistics, there are currently six billion mobile phones in use throughout the world, and 88% […]

On December 11th, 2013 wrote on the subject of Hosting,Industry News,Internet,Technology.

Coming Summer 2014: .UK’s Biggest Domain change »

  Summer 2014  will see one of the biggest domain modifications in the UK ever. The roll-out of .uk domains will allow companies who currently use ‘.co.uk’ or ‘org.uk’ domains to also register for  ‘.uk’  e.g.  datadial.co.uk will be able to register datadial.uk. Nominet will offer the current holders of the .co.uk or org.uk up […]

On January 3rd, 2013 wrote on the subject of Internet,Internet Marketing,Online Marketing,Social Media,Technology.

How to Manage your Brand Online »

  Customers are selfish lovers. They want to receive a lot more than they want to give, but treat them right and they’ll stay with you forever. Advertising, reputation and great offers have always been at the forefront of all marketing; but the world is changing. TV spots and billboards aren’t enough anymore. In a […]

On April 11th, 2012 wrote on the subject of Development,Industry News,Inspiration,Technology.

Three things the sale of Instagram can teach us about business… »

1. Less is more I could write you a list (but I wont) of the number of photo sharing applications, tools, add-ons and features the internet has to offer, that didn’t just sell for $1 billion dollars to Mark Zuckerberg. So what made Instagram so desirable? To answer that question, we must look at what […]

On February 29th, 2012 wrote on the subject of Datadial,Internet Marketing,Legal and Financial,Technology.

New EU cookie laws – Will you be breaking them? »

Those rascals in Europe have really done it this time.  They have dreamt up the most insane law that will render any complicated website practically unworkable. Their intentions were probably honourable but as the law is a mess but they are happening and YOU DO NEED TO TAKE NOTICE. The law comes in on May 26th […]

On November 17th, 2011 wrote on the subject of Company News,Industry News,Off Topic,Technology.

Pop-up shops & binary code: The future of high street shopping? »

Image Source One of my colleagues here at Datadial talked about the peculiar QR code and its uses previously on this blog. Fast forward to now and it seems to have evolved (or caught up with Japan who created them, since technically we live in the stone ages in comparison). eBay are getting in on […]

[Infographic] – Which search engine holds the most weight? »

Google, Google, Google…it’s all we talk about, it’s (possibly) all we care about in terms of SEO ranking and PPC ads, and some might say they even live in fear of it (you know, since the big bad Panda updates). One thing we can’t argue with however, is its resourcefulness; it has “everything” one could […]