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Can social media boost search engine ranking and SEO?

If you have a business website then it’s likely you’ll also have social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Apart from time to update and setup, social media sites are free and have the potential to generate interest in products or services if used properly. They can also be a great way to launch […]

The business of prediction and what to believe in social networking and SEO

Read the business pages or go to a networking meeting and you’re bound to find someone telling you about the latest trend in social networking or SEO. “Oh, you simply must add a profile on the latest “Faced In +”, They gush, “or you’ll be missing out on valuable business and by the way our […]

Web Growth Consulting now a member of the UK Web Design Association

We are delighted to report that Web Growth Consulting is now a member of the UK Web Design Association. This demonstrates our commitment to providing our clients with professional, value for money services: web design and development email marketing search engine optimisation social media management View our UK Web Design Association link here:  Web Growth […]

Pinterest – the next big social network?

The battle for supremacy amongst social networks has become a little quiet lately. Facebook still maintains its premier status, Twitter growth has slowed but is established and Google + has been likened to gym membership – we all join but rarely go! The rest like Myspace and Bebo have simply fallen away beset by technical […]

SEO or website or Social Media – you need them all

Social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Linked In, You Tube and the rest are now too important to ignore. Used wisely, social media can enhance your business by driving visitors to your websites, generating brand loyalty and providing another medium for informing people about your products and services.  This doesn’t mean, however, that […]

Just who is using social media?

We often expect the 18 to 24 age group to be early adopters of new technology, particularly when it comes to the Internet. That trend is being bucked by social media websites where the 25 to 54 age groups are making all the running in driving the growth of Twitter, Facebook and

The rise of social media and the design of your website

While your website may be up and running, the importance of social media cannot be ignored as it provides a low cost way of generating well qualified web traffic and interest in your business. To us, the term `social media` means