Earlier this month, we launched a brand new responsive designed website for The Football League and The Professional Footballers’ Association’s League Football Education (LFE).
Over the recent months at WebPraxis, we have been working with one of our existing clients, Navitas Sports, to develop their freshly re-designed website, along with the implementation of their exciting new venture, FilmMyMatch.
There is no simple right or wrong answer to this question. The fact is, while there is a lot of debate over which is the better approach to tackling mobile sites, it really just comes down to which method suits your website and its users best.
One of the changes announced in February’s Panda 3.3 update began to show its effects last week.
As 2012 begins, Manchester United is closing in on reaching 22 million fans on its Facebook page.
2011 was a big year for search. Google introduced a whole series of updates, all of which were aimed at making Google a one-stop shop for relevant information and social content. Some have been controversial and less successful than others, but it’s safe to say that Search Engine Optimisers (SEO’s) have had to adjust their strategies a number of times to get the most out of an ever changing online world.
We’ve been busy over the last few months re-designing the Reynolds Group website. The new site incorporates the latest Reynolds Group branding and showcases the state of the art facilities at their fitness spa in Kent, training and performing arts academy.
Earlier this year Google announced that they were now taking social media signals into consideration in their ranking algorithm, so now the ‘number of Tweets’ will play a part in how your website is ranked on Google. There is also a correlation between Facebook likes and high rankings although Google doesn’t directly use this data.