Social media is an excellent way to advertise your product or service to millions of people totally free. There are a number of different social media networks but the most popular ones at the moment are Facebook and Twitter.
With millions of people / businesses with Twitter accounts and Facebook pages its important to stand out from the crowd and get yourself noticed. One of the best way to do this is to write relevant, engaging and informative information. After all
The introduction of the new Facebook Timeline has brought forward the importance of Custom Facebook Pages. With the latest changes the navigation to custom pages also changed including the ability to customise the text / image of the custom tab.
With businesses investing large sums of money into creating custom pages and advertising on Facebook its important that these pages are easily reachable. By default Facebook will order these tabs “Photos”, “Likes”, “Map”, “Your Page” which makes your new custom Facebook
Bytewire have recently been working hard on developing a brand new website for local KIA dealer, Ken Brown Motors (Harlow). The new site is now live and can be found at it’s home here – http://www.kenbrownharlow.co.uk. Since going live we have struck up a great working relationship with Ken Brown Motors (Harlow) and are working hard in partnership with the Kia Dealership to drive traffic, and ultimately, leads to the business.
During our time working on this project, there are four main factors that we’ve found REALLY matter to a Kia Dealer (or any car dealer) and it’s website.
Big congratulations to Inspirecard (part of Simplyfundraising) for a really successful week of marketing, culminating in being featured in the inside cover of the Essex Chronicle (no mean feat). We’ve been working closely with Inspirecard to create a unique website which compliments and shows off the great work they are doing in the local area.
Check out the article here – Inspirecard – Essex Chronicle Article
The latest changes on Facebook has seen the introduction of Timelines for Facebook Pages. This change has changed the way custom Facebook Pages are accessed. Previously the links to Custom Pages were displayed in a bullet point type list however with the introduction of Facebook Timelines custom pages now have a larger and more prominent set of buttons.
Social media tools such as Facebook are an excellent way to drive traffic to a product or service you offer. The effect Facebook pages have had has been further heightened with the introduction of Facebook Timelines and custom Facebook Pages. Users can create custom Facebook Pages to display information / images about a specific product or service they offer.
When developing for clients on the WordPress CMS platform you must also be literate in how you can secure your WordPress install from malicious attacks.
Some ways in which you can do this are very simple and can be solved by little more than installing a plugin. There are plenty of other security geniuses within the WordPress community. We also cover some more complex security fixes, which require technical and programming ability. Keep reading if your interested in how you can
We’re looking for a Web Marketing intern to work with us, starting immediately and running for a minimum period of 1 month to a maximum of 6 months.
This is an excellent opportunity for you to gain Web Marketing experience working for a small start up business in the UK which specialises in web design for clients and also runs several of it’s own successful products and applications.
You’ll be helping develop the Bytewire brand, help win and gain new
WordPress Makes Content Management Fun!
Since my last blog post I have been working diligently at WordPress on a daily basis and have found it to be very easy to use, the fact that you can add so much functionality to your website through the use of an almost unlimited supply of Theme Layouts & Plugins means that there is no end to the possibilities.
I am rocking an oh-so-original Twenty Eleven theme along with creating my own theme from scratch
Thinking about getting your first website? Find it all a bit daunting? Don’t know who can be trusted and who can’t? Read on.
This guide is a comprehensive reference point for anyone who is looking to get a website built, either personally or for business!
We’ll cover such topics as Realistic targets setting, deciding on a budget, doing your homework, spend time writing down what you need and why, revisit this list a week later and add or remove irrelevant specs, identifying prospective web design companies and agencies, shopping around, trusting web agencies, how to sniff out someone you can’t trust?, accepting a Quote, getting a contract drawn up, making sure your kept in the loop and project finish!