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Websites are never finished. User demands can change, requirements for search engine optimisation alter and technologies move on.

6 reasons why some websites never go live

Projects sometimes never go live due to Big Bang Builds
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Peter Fisher
November 13, 2016
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Today we are going to take a look at why some web development projects never go live. The fault can fall on both the client and developer.  In the end you may not remember when the first crack in the project appeared and when the tipping point occurred. Websomatic has often been hired to pick up the pieces […]

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5 contact page improvements

Contact Page Improvements
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Peter Fisher
September 5, 2016
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Contact pages should be clean and simple but at the same time they should have all the information needed for a potential customer to contact you. There are a number of contact channels that you could be using and these should be listed on this page. Here are 5 ways to improve a contact page.

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Why you need pretty links

Why your website needs pretty links
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Peter Fisher
August 23, 2016
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The humble website link has changed over the years. It started as a direct link to a file on a server such as index.html or about-us.html. As web server technologies improved so did the mechanics of web links. Now a link to a webpage can provide better context and meaning to the user or search engine.

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Meta descriptions: what you should include

Meta Descriptions
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Peter Fisher
February 6, 2016
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Meta descriptions have been around for a very long time but they still have an important role in regards to organic search engine optimisation. Websomatic has helped businesses increase their search traffic by improving their meta descriptions. In doing so we have come up with five tips to consider when writing good searchable meta descriptions.

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Meta page titles that search engines like

SEO Page Titles
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Peter Fisher
January 24, 2016
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A page title should be more than a quick insight into the content of the page. It should be descriptive and to the point but above all it should be friendly to search engines like Google or Bing. If your page title is simply ‘Homepage’ Or ‘About Us’ then your doing it very wrong and we recommend that you read on.

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