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Goodbye 2015

Yet another year draws to a close and it’s time to look back at what we’ve been doing in 2015. It’s been an exciting year for all of us, with new projects and challenges as well as new team members to complete our group of digital ninjas. Here’s a short round...

Is Your Digital Marketing Ready for Christmas?

As consumers we can bemoan the Christmas decorations hitting shops mid-October, but as business owners we can’t wait until December to start preparing for Christmas. Did you know that a quarter of shoppers have already started buying gifts and decorations this month? By Cyber Monday (which falls on 30th November...

Google’s New Mobile Ranking Changes

Google announced on its Webmaster Central Blog that mobile search is changing on April 21st, 2015.  This is in response to the growing number of internet users now conducting searches on mobile devices.  As Google warned in 2014, new algorithms are being introduced to accommodate this increase. What Effects Does...

Small Business Website Necessities

Small businesses in the UK are involved in over £600bn in commercial transactions, but an estimated 50% don’t even have a website. Not having an online presence can severely stunt business growth, or even reverse if it your competitors are easier to find. Unfortunately, simply building a website isn’t enough...

4 SEO Mistakes You Can’t Afford in 2015

  More than ever, SEO needs to be ethical, intelligent, and robust. This article discusses SEO errors that are vital to avoid in 2015.  The best reason to avoid SEO errors is the most obvious one: to prevent manual and algorithmic penalties.  Google can take up to 9 months to...

Innermedia: 6 Charities We Love To Mention

Here are six charities that Innermedia is especially fond of.  We’ve enjoyed contributing to these causes and have had a number of rewards, including team-building, unique life experiences, and a connection to communities throughout the world. 1.  Bridge of Hope Innermedia built a website for Bridge of Hope, a charity that...

New Year Resolutions for Small Businesses

January is a great time to make lifestyle changes and set goals for the next 12 months, but why limit yourself to making personal changes? When it comes to digital marketing, most businesses can make a few resolutions to improve their presence, increase their conversions, and get more customers in...

Goodbye 2014!

It’s been a really exciting year for us at Innermedia – we’ve been to Uganda, finished a few Tough Mudders, branched out into offering drone flights and in-house photography… and of course we’ve created a lot of beautiful websites for businesses and schools throughout the UK. We’re so proud that...

11 Website Evolutions Then and Now

Websites have evolved significantly in the last 10-15 years.  The best way to show you this is through a catalogue of screen shots that speak for themselves.  We’ve provided eleven examples of popular websites that have changed dramatically since their inception. Back in the days when Yahoo was called “Jerry’s...

Responsive School Web Design for Beachborough

Beachborough School came to us because their CMS was not particularly user friendly and they wanted to ensure that the site was accessible from mobile devices and tablets. As part of the transfer process, we made some design and usability tweaks to ensure that visitors could get to the content...

Web Success for North London Flying School

We’re absolutely delighted with North London Flying School’s website. The school came to us for a new site, booking system, and help with their social media to reach out to people who are interested in a flying experience or even gaining a pilot license. The new, clean design makes it...

Business Website Redesign for Capital Softeners

Capital Softeners had their first website designed by Innermedia years ago – the site had worked well for years, but it was out of date, unresponsive, and needed a total overhaul to meet current design standards and to rank again. As part of the update, they also wanted to add...

School Website Launch for the Oaktree Group of Schools

We work with a number of school groups as well as individual independent schools; commissioning a single company for all of your schools’ designs ensures that they have a consistent theme and quality to the architecture. We can also use the same layout with different branding/imagery to make the work...

Bespoke Website Design for a Decorative Arts Company

We’ve just put the finishing touches on a bespoke website design for a decorative arts company based in London. They liked their original design, which showcased their beautiful work, so we didn’t make any major changes apart from making it more responsive and user friendly. The main updates were to...

Responsive School Website Launched!

We’re delighted to say that we’ve recently launched Lyndhurst’s new website. The school transferred their site to us because they weren’t happy with their current content management system. The CMS was very limited and didn’t allow them full control over their website; the  design of their existing website was modern...

Boarding School Website Design Launched for Cognita School

We are excited to have just launched the new boarding school website design for the Cognita Groups Somerset school – Chilton Cantelo. We worked alongside the school to plan, design and build a fully responsive website to showcase the beautiful school and ensure they are visible across all digital channels...

Should I Redesign My Website?

For most businesses, the website (and homepage in particular) forms the first impression for the majority of customers – your website needs to be easy to navigate, attractive, fast, and it needs to meet your visitors’ expectations. However, website redesign can be a time-consuming and costly exercise, so despite the enormous...

6 Steps to Functional Design

Design is subjective, whether you plaster walls, give business advice, or coiffer Pomeranians here are a few essentials that every SME should consider when designing their website. 1. Know your target audience If it looks like a duck…  Potential customers have an expectation of how your website will look like...

What Can I Do with a Mobile Friendly Site?

Responsive design isn’t just a fad – it’s now a basic expectation from mobile and web users. Almost every home is now a multi-screen household, with numerous devices used by the whole family, throughout the buying cycle. Why is Mobile So Important? Mobile usage is set to eclipse desktop. In...

The new Ground Control website is launched

We are proud to have recently launched the new Ground Control website – it was a real pleasure working with their team and getting to understand all about their amazing business model. The website planning and build is already showing great results with some main keywords already ranking on Google...

26 TV Adverts Pushing You Online & Social

Christmas is a time for food, drink and a whole lot of watching TV. I couldn’t help notice this year how many TV adverts contained links persuading you to download apps, website addresses pushing you online, mentions of social media hash tags to discuss and  the prominence of mobile alongside...
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Google’s Speed Update Makes Speed a Ranking Factor on Mobile
Google’s latest algorithm will focus on mobile search results, giving priority to faster ranking pages and moving the slowest pages down. The speed update will only affect a small proportion of web pages – the ones that deliver the slowest experience to users. However, search intent is still a priority...
A Quick Guide to GDPR for Businesses
GDPR is the biggest change to data privacy and processing in the last 20 years, and will be coming into force on the 25th May this year. It is essential that your business is ready and compliant by this date, or you risk fines of up to 20 million euros...
GDPR for Schools – Are You Ready?
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on the 25th May this year – your school will need to be ready to comply with this new regulation by this date, or risk significant fines. What is GDPR? In short, GDPR is a piece of legislation that aims...