Category Web Technology

April 27, 2018

On December 19th, 2014 wrote on the subject of Design Ideas,E-commerce,Inspiration,Internet,Online Marketing,Usability,Web Technology.

Trends That Will Dominate eCommerce in 2015 »

Due to the increased use of technology, particularly mobile devices, such as smartphones, eCommerce is expanding and evolving at an exponential rate. eCommerce sites are having to adapt and evolve to meet the ever-changing needs of technology. From the emergence of responsiveness optimised web design to the increased use of video content, eCommerce has changed […]

On November 30th, 2014 wrote on the subject of Internet,Social Media,Web Technology.

How the Reddit Algorithm Works »

Reddit is a social networking platform and news website. On Reddit, users of the site can share links to content online, and also post their own unique content directly to the site. Other users can then up-vote or down-vote this content and leave comments. While Reddit is primarily a social platform, it can be a […]

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 17th, 2013 wrote on the subject of Industry News,Inspiration,Internet,Web Technology.

Good Guy Google – Nine Awesome Things Google Have Done That You Didn’t Even Know About »

Love them or hate them, almost all of us these days use Google as our default search engine, and for increasingly other services beyond that, from email to analytics, document storage to translation. Some strange few even use their social media offerings. But are Google ‘good’ as a company? There is plenty of deserved criticism […]

The 3 Options for Making Your Website Mobile and a 4th. »

All of the briefs we’ve received this year have included a request for a ‘mobile version’ of the proposed new site. But what does this mean? And do I hear the creak of an overloaded bandwagon? Just as 2011-12 was the year of the Social Strategy¬†[with no specification as to what that actually means], 2013 […]

On October 31st, 2012 wrote on the subject of Software,Web Technology.

Webmasters! Top Reasons You Should Upgrade to Windows 8 »

Upgrading to Windows 8 has been made very easy and surprisingly cheap. If you have Windows 7 currently installed on your machine and at least semi-decent specs, then you can upgrade to Windows 8 for $40 in no time at all. But the question is, do you want to? With so many changes in Windows […]

On February 24th, 2011 wrote on the subject of Online Marketing,Organic Search Marketing,Web Technology.

How does a paywall change your link acquisition rate? »

The current trend of Newspaper sites to publish their content behind paywalls seems to be gathering speed. The recent Google announcement of its OnePass payment system can only increase the process by making payment technology available to a wider audience. I thought it would be interesting to look to see how the move to paywalls […]

On August 17th, 2010 wrote on the subject of E-commerce,Technology,Web Technology.

4 more ways to increase conversion rates »

This article is aimed at people new to e-commerce. It covers some of the basics of ensuring that your website maximises conversion rates. It should also be read alongside¬† 12 quick ways to increase conversion rates. For more experienced e-commerce managers please see this article on advanced techniques for increasing conversion rates. 1) Minimized Navigation […]