Here are our 4 top tips for improving organic SEO (that's the type that you don't pay for!):
1) Check your page titles
Make sure they are all unique and relevant, ideally using your target keywords. For example, don't use 'Home' instead use 'Home | ABC Website Designers'.
2) Quality copy
Make sure you have lots of well written and keyword rich content. If you're not confident with copy it might be worth using a good copywriter.
We’ve been working with Bargate Homes in the Hampshire on digital projects for several years. Since the launch of the new website we’ve been fortunate enough to win work from similar organisations on the back of the project – which is always a lovely compliment.
Oyster works in the charity sector a lot and we see many of the same sites coming up again and again on charity web briefs as sites that they admire. We thought we’d share the sites that seem to be the most highly acclaimed by the charity sector itself.
The team was delighted to hear that we had been appointed as the digital partner for World Child Cancer. The charity aims to help children with cancer to access diagnosis and care wherever they are in the world. Where treatment isn’t possible, the also fund effective pain relief.
Don’t know your FF from your RT? Here’s a quick guide to what on earth they’re all talking about!
...is used to mention someone in a Tweet and is followed by the username, so to mention us you would type @oysterdesign.
The hashtag is used to mark keywords or topics in a Tweet. You can then search for all the Tweets that have used that hashtag.
DM is a direct message. Sometimes people will ask you to DM them rather than mention them in a Tweet so you can talk privately.
Last night some of the Oyster team attended the Emsworth Business Association (EBA) Black and White Charity Ball in aid of the Rosemary Foundation charity. The event was held at the Brookfield hotel in Emsworth and included all the well know fundraising games and draws including Heads or Tails, an auction and a raffle.
With our clients and friends at Cobnor activity centre, we were delighted to provide an raffle prize of a family sailing day at the local centre.
Lots of fun had by all and a few fuzzy heads this morning...
The International School of Geneva is one of the oldest schools in the world as well as one of the largest with over 4,400 students currently studying in one of their 3 campuses across Geneva.