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Now more than ever, small businesses of all kinds are bringing their brick-and-mortar experiences to well-made websites. As a web design and digital marketing business, SlyFox provides free consultations to help more small businesses in London understand how easy – and these days, how important – it is to make the transition to eCommerce.Read More →
One of the great things about WordPress.org is that it’s an open-source platform. A web designer can add many different plugins made by other skilled developers that enhance the functionality, conversion rate, and SEO of a site. Using third-party licenses on WordPress.org is a great way to keep costs down, too!Read More →
Over the years, Google has come to dominate how we use the internet. Along the way, the company has given developers some amazing tools to measure and report how well a site performs. Some have found the wide range of metrics available through these tools a challenge to make sense of, while others – like…Read More →
Did you know that there’s not one but two versions of WordPress? While WordPress.com might seem like the logical start for your WordPress site, if you want a website you can own and customize, WordPress.org is the one to use. Here’s what makes them very different platforms!Read More →
The internet has made a lot of resources available to more people, and in many ways, this is great! But it’s always wise to look a little more closely at no-cost tools before committing to them, especially those that let you build a website “for free.” These sites have nothing on a professionally-built website that…Read More →
Getting a large, engaged following on your small business’ Instagram profile is the dream, but it can be frustrating. You may have already worked yourself silly trying to get followers by engaging with people and have nothing to show for it. Some might even become tempted to pay for sketchy, bot-driven programs, but all these…Read More →
In April 1981, the world was introduced to the Osborne 1, the first successful portable computer. The Osborne 1’s inventor, Adam Osborne, was spoken of in the same sentence as Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. The company hit $100 million in revenue less than two years later – but we don’t think of Adam Osborne…Read More →