Last night saw the 2015 Sheffield Business Awards celebrated in spectacular style. The now-annual event was held at Ponds Forge International Sports Centre, which had been transformed into a Christmas-themed wonderland for the evening. St...
We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been shortlisted for the 2015 Sheffield Business Awards. The nomination – which sees us recognised for ‘Best Use of Technology to Improve Business Performance’ - is a reflection of all the fantastic work the Evoluted team have put in over the past year.
Imagine it - you're 15 years old you've just completed your GSCEs. All around you your friends are all making massive decisions: Should I go to sixth form? What about college? What University will I go to? What about an Apprenticeship?
The ultimate goal of your website should be to inform, engage and convert your customers. If they don’t stay on your site, this may be something that you find difficult to achieve. To avoid fleeting visits, there are a number of tricks that you can implement.
Favicons are those small square images that appear in your web browser tabs, bookmark lists and address bar. A good Favicon is an important asset for displaying your brand in a very compact space. In this guide, Will shows you how to make your own.
Insightful, eye-opening and highly-varied, Brighton SEO 2015 delivered in abundance. Held last Friday in the Brighton Dome, the event once more combined some of the biggest names from the world of digital marketing to great effect.
Facebook are set to integrate a ‘dislike’ button, CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced. The news was made public on Tuesday during a question and answer session, held at the headquarters of the social network in Menlo Park, California. Plenty of consideration has gone into the logistics of the soon-to-be-added feature, which is said to now be ‘very close’ to user testing.
In this blog, Jenny talks about a variety of custom brushes and gives a step-by-step guide on how to make your own and use them in clever new designs.
Google have made some changes to organic search listings, which changes how local results are displayed, reducing the number of websites it displays from seven to three. This can make it more difficult for companies to be featured.
If you regularly use Google Analytics to assess your website’s performance you might be aware of the recent increase in spam referrals that are reducing the accuracy of referral reports.
Google has started testing their much-anticipated Purchases on Google feature in search ads. What does this mean for you and your business online?
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.
It might seem like Rightmove are untouchable online in the property and rentals space, but here are some handy tips to help your website compete in this highly competitive market.
Google launched its “mobile-friendly” ranking signal on April 21st, which has become known as “Mobilegeddon” in the search industry. Websites that aren’t deemed to be mobile-friendly are likely to suffer a significant decrease in visibility for searches performed on mobile devices.
Google has announced that, from 21 April, 2015, it will be increasing the impact of “mobile-friendliness” as a ranking signal in its mobile search results. As a result, websites that aren’t deemed to be “mobile-friendly” are likely to experience a drop in visibility for searches performed on mobile devices.