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Adobe Business Catalyst vs WordPress and Open Source

Adobe Business Catalyst vs WordPress and Open Source

  • Urszula Richards
  • 20 November 2015

Business Catalyst partner Jonathan Hindshaw provides a clear comparison of the true costs of using Open Source software as compared with fully hosted solutions such as Adobe Business Catalyst which onlineiq uses.

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Three Mistakes You Don't Want To Make With Your Website Content

Three Mistakes You Don't Want To Make With Your Website Content

  • Urszula Richards
  • 25 May 2015

There are some basic rules which need to be followed before you get any engagement from people - and this article talks about some very common mistakes which don't follow those rules.

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Google’s latest changes and what they mean for your business

Google’s latest changes and what they mean for your business

  • Urszula Richards
  • 15 April 2015

One thing in life is certain - change. From time to time, Google make significant changes in the way they rank (assess the quality) of your website, and this is one of those times....

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Getting Found Online - notes to the Yellow Pages Generation

Getting Found Online - notes to the Yellow Pages Generation

  • Urszula Richards
  • 19 May 2014

If this whole online marketing thing still makes no sense to you, this article will explain how it works, in words which a someone from the 'Yellow Pages' generation will understand.

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Is your business on a short fuse?

Is your business on a short fuse?

  • Urszula Richards
  • 26 March 2014

This is an article we need to back to frequently as the report was released in 2014, and maybe the industry you are in is starting to be impacted.

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The true cost of a cheap website

The true cost of a cheap website

  • Urszula Richards
  • 11 March 2014

It makes sense to cut unnecessary costs whenever you can when running an efficient business, and getting your online presence in order is no exception. However there is no point spending any money unless you get a return on your investment. This article talks you through some important things to consider when deciding who should build your website and what you need to make sure you cover off. This is not a short article, but a must read if you are at the point of getting your website either built for the first time, or rebuilt.

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Improving ROI for the Cellar Door Wine Festival

Improving ROI for the Cellar Door Wine Festival

  • Urszula Richards
  • 18 February 2014

It is a huge effort to prepare for shows and festivals where you set up, spend 2 - 3 days (sometimes more) in daily full on interaction with clients, and then really hope that all of that effort was worth it. I review a recent festival and comment on what I found as far as the various approaches to getting new client leads went.

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Cool Tools to make your blog look great!

Cool Tools to make your blog look great!

  • Urszula Richards
  • 11 February 2014

No matter how good your blog is, it can look a bit dull and lifeless without an image. And its not just about blogs. Images are in, from infographics, to facebook posts - nothing captures attention like an image. Here are some very cool tools which will make YOU and your content look great!

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How blogs work, and where to start...

How blogs work, and where to start...

  • Urszula Richards
  • 4 February 2014

You have probably heard that having a blog is an important part of online marketing, but you're not alone if you are thinking 'how on earth does one make sales?' by blogging. This post aims to answer that question and to give you some quick tips for getting started.

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