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Ten Steps To Create A Productive Daily Schedule

April 3, 2015 . by Aaron B . 7 minute read . in Blog, Business

If you’re self-employed, more likely than not you’ve run into difficulties managing your time effectively. Don’t worry, it happens to the best of us. But if you would like to change your behaviour and get the most out of the time that you spend working every day, then you’ve come to the right place! Below […]

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The WordPress/Ready Meal Paradigm

September 4, 2014 . by Julia Traskas . 5 minute read . in Blog

Julia Traskas, takes a look at the sometimes turbulent marriage between design and content. Stab, Stab, Ping! Come on, admit it. From time to time, we’ve all given found ourselves in the chilled section of M&S salivating over the delicious-looking pictures on their ready meal boxes. The promise of an amazing, gourmet meal with little […]

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10 Reasons Why WordPress Benefits Business Websites…

July 10, 2014 . by Georgia . 4 minute read . in Blog

With billions of Internet users surfing the net daily it’s illogical for a business not to have Internet exposure. However, making a website for business purposes can be draining; on time, costs and energy resources. There is a solution – WordPress. First released in the year 2003 it now powers one in every six sites […]

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5 Good Reasons To Use WooCommerce

May 15, 2014 . by Georgia . 3 minute read . in Blog

WooCommerce is an e-commerce plug-in for a WordPress website that extends the capabilities of this popular content management system (CMS). It turns a static website into an easy to use online store where goods or services are sold 24/7 all the year round. This is huge selling point for any business wanting to trade over […]

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A new beginning

April 29, 2014 . by Aaron B . 6 minute read . in Blog, Business

Launching My Own Business In January this year, I decided it was time to stop whining about how unhappy I was in my job and do something about it; I’d been working for a local web design company and had become increasingly fed up. My biggest gripe was that they didn’t seem interested in building […]

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