webinthebox® from the village websmith - stay ahead

Have you updated your website lately? Well if you haven't, prehaps you are wondering why the phone doesn't ring as often as it used to... The real key to success with your website is to keep the content updated little and often. All businesses evolve, products and services change in reaction to your market, so let people know that you are on the ball.

Incidentally, the search engines also like this approach. The algorithms they use to analyse the relative merits of websites are very complex. These are designed to ensure that the people using their service are offered sites which quickly deliver high quality, relevant and up to date information.

The Middle Way

In an ideal world all work would be done by Friday. Unfortunately, none of us is Robinson Crusoe and we have to balance tasks with the time available. The understanding of this is what led to the creation of the Webinthebox? product and the Village Websmith structure. Your website gets kept up to date through a collaborative approach where you do what you have the time and resources to do, then we pick up the rest. You pay only for the help you really need and your website keeps you ahead of your competitors.

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2017-01-26
IN8 Networking Meeting, Basildon

The Haywain, High Rd, Stanford-le-Hope, Basildon, Essex SS17 9N
2 days
Get your business day off to a flying start with a group of like minded people sharing information and advice over a great breakfast
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2017-01-04
Speeding? Me?

Another shabby scam email attempt has come to light. This one involves sending out fake fixed penalty notices taking the name of the Greater Manchester Police in vain. Vigilance is vital in keeping out of the clutches of the scumbags that send out this kind of thing, so I checked the link in the message by hovering over it. It turned out to be a Florida Holiday rental domain, so not really likely to tell me anything about my driving habits. Also, the email address was a fake from a domain owned by a machinery moving company, which had presumably been cloned or stolen in some way. Keep your eyes open... Evenin' all!


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