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06/02/2015: you have to move with the times to keep the business coming in

How long is it since your website had a facelift? The computers and devices that potential customers use to view your site are changing on an almost daily basis. Tastes change and search engines evolve, so must your website to keep your business in people's minds.

Particularly important now is to make sure that your site is mobile friendly. The search engines are aggressively marking down any sites that do not deliver content correctly to the smaller screens of mobile phones and tablets.

These sites are examples of facelifts and mobile capability that have been carried out for our customers this week. Evolution rather than revolution is the key to making sure your site continues to get found and keeps looking fresh when the visitors go there.

Call us today or click in the header of any page to send us an email to get a free, no obligation assessment of your site's current potential.

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