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Google Says Do Not Duplicate Your Meta Descriptions

Googles head of search spam, Matt Cutts, has released a video expressing the need for unique meta descriptions with in your website pages. His message is clear – do not have duplicate meta descriptions on your website. He even stated that it was better to have unique  meta descriptions or...

Google Help Outs

At the start of this month Google announced Helpouts a new service that connects users to a live expert via video chat to help answer their questions. The search engine giant has been providing answering itself for years and now hopes selected experts can do the same. http://youtu.be/K-VFC9AQM1k The service...

Like our Page and Win a Free Private Pilot Licence Starter Pack!

Have you ever dreamed of taking to the skies behind the controls of a light aircraft? Well NOW is your chance… Simply Like the Innermedia Facebook page to be in with a genuine chance to make that dream come true – For FREE! To celebrate the launch of the North...

Making huge leaps and bounds in 2013

We are proud to say that Innermedia have made huge advances in 2013 due to the addition of key personnel which has improved significantly the way we work, the internal management structure and the service we provide our clients. Ed joined us at the start of the year and has...

Innermedia Summer Update

There is never a dull day in the Innermedia office and it’s fair to say that the past month has been one of our busiest, with plenty of things happening and lots of excitement. As well as launching lots of new websites, we’ve also been busy redesigning our studio and...

1st Ever Website Design Lost

No matter what industry you are in or what job title you have from Website Design to general office work we all have one man to thank for the ease of access of information and communication that is achieved using the world wide web. No, not Bill Gates – Sir...

Facebook crack down on promotional cover photos

When considering your Website Design and the content that you wish to use to accurately promote your business there are few restrictions that get in your way. Obviously copyright is a major concern but other than that there are not really any other things, apart from engaging content, for mainstream...

First Website Design re-created by CERN

Professor Sir Tim Berners-Lee created the World-Wide-Web whilst working at CERN (the European Organisation for Nuclear Research) over 20 years ago and in doing so paved the way for the incredible amount of business and social Website Design options that are easily accessible on this media today. The aim of...

Why website loading times are so important

A few years ago, Google announced that website loading times impacted both search engine ranking positions and AdWord quality scores. Despite this, many people still don’t consider it when starting their web design project and it can be completely overlooked. If Google has made a clear statement that slow loading...

404 Error Pages

Using the internet, you are bound to come across a 404 error page now and then, usually when a page you are looking for doesn’t exist. Most 404 error pages simply tell you that you are looking for a page that doesn’t exist and direct you back to the main pages of the...

Have you registered your domain name?

Intelligent business owners across the globe all fully understand the power of the web and its many benefits for business in the modern era. Having a company website is, for many businesses, now the modern day equivalent to having a telephone and a primary financial consideration for almost all business...

Social Media Network Popularity

Many analysts have had differing opinions over the years regarding the Website Design and predicted on-going popularity of social media networks; Geocities and Facebook are a perfect example of this. Geocities. One of the very first social media networks ever to be created was Geocities – the Website Design was...

A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down

We’ve just launched a fantastic new website for Lexcel Consultants, HHP Consultancy. We’ve worked with HHP Consultancy on a number of projects and we have a really good relationship with their team, which made designing and building this website a smooth and joyful process. From the first planning meeting, we...

Sarah & Duck Now Showing on CBeebies

Former Innermedia employee and animator for Karrot Entertainment, Hannah De Spon has seen her first animation series commissioned. CBeebies premièred the TV show for the first time yesterday and for the next four weeks the first series of “Sarah and Duck” will be running on weekdays on the children’s TV channel. We...

Exponential Rise In Business and Personal Internet Use.

For years statisticians have supplied us with an on-going stream of figures showing us precise details of consumer usage covering a multitude of subjects ranging from specific food sales, TV viewing figures and sport to what is rapidly becoming one of the most popular subjects for these studies,  internet usage...

Pope Tweets For First Time

Pope Benedict XVI tweeted for the first time yesterday, Wednesday 12th of December to over 1 million followers on the 140 characters or less social networking site. The tweet can be read below and as of this morning has already been retweeted over 56,000 times and a video of the...

Using gadgets before you go to bed

Scientists are warning that our addictions to our favourite gadgets could be causing us problems with our sleep. A new study from the Lighting Research Center suggests that digital displays can cause melatonin suppression, which affects our body clock. Melatonin is the chemical in our body that promotes sleep and...

Is Facebook addiction a real disorder?

Internet addiction has been well documented in the press and (funnily enough) online in recent years, especially with the rise of social media giants such as Facebook and Twitter. Many argue that it’s not really an addiction, but scientists and psychologists have revealed that social media and Facebook in particular...

Google Adwords Earns $100 Million per day for Google

This quarter’s numbers for Google disappointed some investors and last week we saw a messy situation unfold as figures were released too early, leaving Google with no option but to put trading on hold. Despite this situation, concerns have been wiped away quickly with some of the latest statistics released...

Luponde Website Design & Build

Fairtrade tea company, Luponde came to us with an amazing product, great values and a unique way of producing something special. Their existing website didn’t say enough about them and we wanted to produce something that represented the way that they work and what they do differently to create a...

Loyalty Bonus: FREE Website upgrade worth £1000

As a Loyalty bonus we are offering you the opportunity to upgrade your existing website, at no additional charge, to the popular platform WordPress when you opt for a 3 month search engine optimisation (SEO) campaign costing just £250 per month. During this 3 month period our team will optimise...

Innermedia launch the new Arcstream AV website

Interactive and Visual Technology experts Arcstream AV have been working with Innermedia for the past 18 months to increase awareness of their unique cutting edge brand and the amazing interactive products they have to offer. We worked closely with Neil, the managing director and Plaster, the PR team for Arcstream...

£100 FREE Google Advertising

We are actively helping our clients to discover online success. This month we are offering 5 FREE adwords account set ups and £100 of FREE advertising on Google. What’s the catch? There is no catch! We just want our clients to be successful!…We’re nice like that! This will be a first...

Apple launches with “disastrous” new Maps app

iPhone users and fans of Apple have reacted with anger and frustration at the new maps application launched yesterday on the iPhone. Many of the users have reported that the app doesn’t live up to the former Google Maps application which Apple decided to replace in favour of their own....

Roundup Of Adverts That Caught Our Eye Recently

As a marketing agency ourselves we are appreciative of the traditional advertising and marketing campaigns we see every day. We decided to bring together the top 3 Ads we have seen recently and a little bit about why we liked them so much, unsurprising the list is dominated by Ads...

Increasing Your School’s Online Presence Through SEO

The online presence of your school is vitally important in order for you to continue to appeal to prospective students and parents, as well as compete and stand out from the growing number of schools with similar offerings. However, just simply having a website for your school and hoping for...

Facebook Launches Sponsored Search Ads

Last week Facebook announced that they would be launching search advertising and so far, the announcement hasn’t received much praise. Both, industry experts and angry Facebook users have suggested that it will be another annoying feature that Facebook adds (Not Ads) to its recent collection and that Facebook is turning...

School Web Design and Online Promotion Process: Lyonsdown School

We were recently asked by Lyonsdown School to design a new website and to improve their online visibility. We met with the headteacher, Lynn Maggs-Wellings and their marketing team on several occasions and we went to visit the school as we wanted to get an idea of what their staff,...

Blurred vision with new Facebook plug-in

If you are a Facebook user and not one of the 83 million “Fake” users, you might start to notice some blurry photos appearing on your network. Computer security specialists McAfee are teaming up with Intel to ensure that photo sharing on Facebook gets a little safer (and a little...

Our top 5 Olympic Athletes to Follow on Twitter

The Olympics kicks off this week and we’ve got a special tribute to some of the Olympic athletes that will be lighting up the world. We tell you some of our favourite present Olympians and why they should be followed on Twitter Usain Bolt  (@usainbolt) Star sprinter back in 2008...

Win Free Hosting For Your Website

As the gloomy weather continues and the summer looks less likely to appear, the Innermedia team are keen to cheer you up. How are we doing that? We are offering the chance to win FREE hosting for the next 6 months, taking you well into the New Year with a...

Digg Sold for $500,000

This week, what remained of the former social news giant, Digg was sold off to the New York tech company Betaworks for $500,000. This was after The Washington Post paid $12 million for the Digg team and LinkedIn has purchased 15 of the patents Digg held for around $4 million....

June sees Google and Bing Reach all time search market share high

The latest comScore search market share numbers for June reveal that both Google and Bing have had their best month as Yahoo’s share of the market continues to decrease. comScore’s figures, which only represent desktop searches and not mobile searches, are due to be published later today and what is...

LinkedIn facing $5million lawsuit over password breach

LinkedIn Lawsuit LinkedIn hasn’t had the best of months this June and the news just keeps getting worse. The business networking giant is being for $5 million after 6million of their users had passwords leaked earlier in the month. The lawsuit has been filed by a lawyer and LinkedIn user...

Google Places replaced with Google Plus Local

Google Places, often seen as the centre of local search, has been entirely replaced by the new Google Plus Local pages. The move has been anticipated by digital marketers for quite some time, ever since Google introduced their Google Plus business pages. This means that businesses that used to have...

Clearing the cache of your web browser

The cache of your internet browser stores information about the websites you visit on the device you viewed it on in order to load quicker next time you visit the website. This guide is to help you clear the cache of most major browsers. Current Browsers Internet Explorer 9 Go...

Best of British Brands: Jubilee Branding on Social Media

It’s fair to say that the Diamond Jubilee brought out some of the best in British. Once again, Britain was covered in Bunting, London was packed with patriotic royalists from all over the world and we were treated to a royal party like no other. It seemed like everyone was...

EU Cookie Law

The EU cookie law is a piece of privacy legislation that was initially adopted by all the countries in the EU on May 26th 2011. The law sets out to protect internet user data by requiring websites to gain consent from visitors when storing or receiving any information. The UK...

Spotlight on Social: Are Facebook Ads Effective?

A Google news search for Facebook presents you with an excessive amount of results, so many in fact that it is easy to forget that Facebook is still only eight years old. In those eight years Facebook has grown from a project started in a university dorm room to one...
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Google Light House Speed Update Fixes
In Dec 2018 Google released it’s Light House Update which was a move to review and improve the speed of all websites. It is rare that Google makes updates that force website agencies to implement chargeable updates on their clients’ websites. Although few and far between the changes are always...
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How is COVID-19 Affecting Influencer Marketing?
COVID-19 has had an undeniable impact on many industries, including influencer marketing. For those of you who don’t know, ‘influencer marketing’ is similar to celebrity endorsement in that it involves brands working with people who have the power to sway purchasing decisions because of their authority in the online sphere....
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Google Showing “Temporarily Closed” for Schools and Businesses
In response to the global pandemic, Google Search and Maps is displaying whether a school, business or other corporation is temporarily closed. In some cases, for instance when a school is open for children of key workers, this information may not be completely correct. With this in mind,  it’s of...