Here is my start-up list of the stuff you just have to have for a new business, that you might not be aware of, if you haven’t been to any events yet. Feel free to copy and paste, share and pass on. https://mail.google.com This is how you would be best served for emails. Sign […]
The relationship and process of owning a website domain, where it sits on the internet, emails and the admin of the domain.
The way we see adverts on the Google home page (search website) is going to change. We all know that business pay to have adverts on Google. You can see them as the first three search results in most cases. Not all searches have someone wanting to sell you something so you might not always […]
I live in a rural area where conventional broadband is just not worth paying for. When I moved in, a neighbour asked what I did for a living and winced, telling me that the BT speed was terrible and it takes up to five minutes to log-in to his banking and pay a single bill. […]
The Zello app is one of the many that I have tried that I have bothered using, sharing and promotin as Zello actually works really well.
The BBC came and filmed me about the iDataTruck RaspberryPi project in early December 2014 and it was shown on the home page of the BBC website on Wednesday 14th January 2015.
It was an absolute pleasure and an awesome learning curve working with Andy, from the start I felt that he trusted me and had faith in my skills which boosted my confidence right from the off.
Using free tools is of course a good start. Using Googles tools keeps them happy and also shows them that you are doing what you should be with your website, as your doing this, where others may not be.
If you’re looking for keywords for what people use to find your products and services, maybe the sales team need to put some pages, blog and content on the descriptions – but maybe the people that answer the phones, the van drivers and guys in the warehouse need to have a say in this from their alternative environment.
the advent of the WeMo from Belkin, now available here in the UK means you can link your appliances to Twitter!