How to add an SSL with Ionos 1&1

Log into your Ionos account and select the Menu at the top, then click your 'Domain and SSL' Next click your domain name you want to have the SSL on Then click 'Activate SSL' Choose your package (the first standard package will usually be enough for most companies)

Here’s what you need to know about keyword generation

Keywords are a critical part of SEO. If you want your website to rank higher on the SERPs, you must understand what words and phrases your target market uses in their search queries. Generating relevant keywords for your specific business niche can be a daunting task, but it is achievable....

Using WordPress to boost business

Today, there are several functional and convenient ways to boost your business with WordPress. WordPress as a tool is used efficiently by businesses the world over to help give their enterprises an added uplift. Engagement A competent businessman or woman might use WordPress as a way to increase engagement with...

Google Analytics 4 – Love It or Hate It?

Last week, Google announced the fourth version of Google Analytics, aptly named GA4. For those wondering what the previous three versions were (because we were), they were Urchin, Classic Analytics and Universal Analytics. What Do We Know About GA4? So, what do we know about the latest Google Analytics and the new...

3 WordPress mistakes to avoid

WordPress is an extremely useful and popular platform for creating and managing your own website, but it can be difficult to wrap your head around. In this blog, we've compiled a list of three WordPress mistakes to avoid. Not integrating Google Analytics Without analysing your data, it's not possible for...

Make your website stand out with these top design tips

Every business owner understands the importance of an attractive and functional website to promote their brand. Yet website design can be a complicated area that causes many business owners to bury their head in the sand. Making your website stand out from the competition isn’t rocket science. For our top...

A guide to Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a tool provided by the search engine, Google, which can give insights into how well a webpage is performing. It works by including a block of Javascript code on webpages then referencing a JavaScript file when users visit the webpages which triggers the tracking operation. The digital...