Ash Young

Ash is the captain of the Evoluted ship and makes sure his crew are all heading in the same direction. Although Ash wanted to be a stockbroker when he was little, he declined the cutthroat life of Gordon Gekko and opted for a more honest, but no less exciting profession as co-founder of Evoluted. Today Ash’s influences are far more balanced and he gains inspiration from Evoluted’s team spirit and outstanding work and President Bartlet’s thoughtful style of leadership. You can follow Ash on Twitter or Google+

13 MAR

The Evoluted of 10 years ago, or even 5 years ago, isn’t the same company as it is today. Growing from a team of 2 to 25 means a huge change to the team dynamic, how we work and even what work we’re able to do. Over the coming months I’m planning on covering some of the changes in the hope that they provide insight to others, and perhaps you can learn from our experience.

1 JAN

Google Adwords has a helpful feature built in, designed to help you track telephone calls from your website.

This feature requires your development team to implement a small amount of code on your website and to wrap any telephone numbers you wish to replace with code so they can be identified.

10 AUG

The PHP Directory Listing Script is a highly configurable script which generates a well formed table, listing the contents of a specified directory and sub-directories. The script displays images for certain file types with the ability to generate thumbnails to preview image files.

17 MAY

In the last few weeks in Google Analytics we have seen a huge spike in referrals from com.google.android.googlequicksearchbox on the sites we manage. After some investigation this appears to be driven by the new quick search in Android 6 (thanks @martsky and @richardgomer). This appears to use a non-standard Chrome window which blocks/masks the browser referrer. […]

7 JUL

Most people who actively market their website will have come across the term ‘long tail’ before.

To optimise your website for long tail searches you focus on many low volume keywords that contain many words. This is in instead of focusing on shorter high volume keywords.