Business Continuity Support for customers affected by adverse weather conditions (30/09/19 – 04/10/19)

Friday 4th October 2019 Our Customer Business Continuity Support (CBCS) plan is no longer in effect, existing requests under the CBCS will continue to be actioned Due to Environment Agency public advice and Met Office warnings being in effect for most of the UK over the next 24 to 48 hours we have activated our Customer Business Continuity Support (CBCS) plan to provide assistance to customers...
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New website launched for Swindon’s Painting & Decorating Contractors

Painting and Decorating Contractors Ltd (PDC) needed to replace their aging Joomla! based website with something a bit easier to manage, and needed a new look to match their updated branding - we proposed a replacement site built with WordPress to allow easy management of the site content, image galleries of their past projects, and keep their website software up to date and secure. Find out more...
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Searches starting “should I …” have grown over 65% in the past two years

Customers are researching early and often Today, people look to their phones for almost everything—from booking a restaurant to browsing for a new jacket, to learning about their digital banking options. They are looking for ideas and advice, researching every decision they make—no matter how small. For example, Google have found that mobile searches with the qualifier "should I ..." have...
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New WordPress powered website for Swindon based Fixed Locally

Web development solution We gave the design of the website a bit of a modern facelift, improved page load times by optimising images and making use of next-generation image formats, and all while keeping the original WordPress framework in place. Additional sections of content were added to the site, while some others were removed and updated for SEO purposes. We also added new enquiry features...
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Hackers infecting WordPress sites via defunct “Rich Reviews” plug-in

If you’re a WordPress admin using a plug-in called Rich Reviews, you’ll want to uninstall it. Now. The now-defunct plug-in has a major vulnerability that allows malvertisers to infect sites running WordPress and redirect visitors to other sites. Rich Reviews was a WordPress plugin that lets sites manage reviews internally in WordPress, and also displays Google reviews for a business...
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Gmail has (finally) released a much awaited Dark Mode

Yes. Gmail’s Dark Mode is finally here. Google has announced its coveted email client can now be used with the lights turned off, so you'll be able to sort through a cluttered inbox in Dark Mode – making the app easier on tired eyes. What’s more, the fresh aesthetic should also help boost battery life on smartphones with an OLED panel – perfect for anyone who checks their emails far more...
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Google makes changes to make Review Rich Results more helpful

Search results that are enhanced by review rich results can be extremely helpful when searching for products or services (the scores and/or “stars” you sometimes see alongside search results). To make them more helpful and meaningful, Google is introducing algorithmic updates to reviews in rich results. This also addresses some of the invalid or misleading implementations webmasters have...
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