The answer is yes, website loading times do influence the website visitor's activity. It is also a factor in how Google decides how your website ranks in its search listings.
One of the fundamental rules to understand with Google is their stance on paid links. It is quite simple; if you pay for a link with express intent of it impacting upon your position in a search engine, it is breaking their rules. However in reality there are times when it is not quite so black and white.
We are selling all our camera and studio equipment. This includes on site printing equipment to make money as you shoot at events.
Quite a funny video poking fun at all of us as the users of Google, but with an added twist at the end reserved for Bing. Good Friday afternoon fun. I have listed part 2 of the video, because part 1 is a bit more fruity - look it up if you wish!
In the old days, there used to be lots of websites which had text like:
In recent years, the world of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) has changed significantly. A major factor influencing Google has always been the quality and quantity of links coming into a website from other websites. Although the principles of what Google deems to be good practice have always been the same, their ability to police these principles has improved vastly. This has changed the way that website owners and SEO companies think about what links point to their site and how to avoid being penalised by Google for breaking the rules
Selling to customers outside the UK on an eCommerce website is actually quite simple. For many it will be just accepting orders which have been paid for in Sterling by the customer who does not reside in the UK. The customer's credit card company then does the conversion and it shows on their statement in whatever is their home currency.
The World Wide Web is 25 years old. Since Sir Tim Burners-Lee first presented the idea, the World Wide Web has grown to to an estimated 630 million websites.
Since 2007 and like many other clothing e-retailers, Marks and Spencers have been running a site which is powered by Amazon. After 3 years of testing and development they have now launched their new website. With its focus on editorial content, sizing help and tips and improved visuals of the products (images are 50pc bigger than before) the site has been well received.
We are delighted to tell you all about the appointment of our new designer Shaz Jubeen.