Look what Google’s Site Kit does for you

Google provides you with four useful tools to monitor the performance of your website:

Analytics, Search Control, PageSpeed Insights and Adsense

Each has its own website, meaning that you have to go to each of them for a complete overview of your website’s performance.


Google’s WordPress plugin combines all four tools into one dashboard that can be viewed within a website’s own dashboard. Each tool website can then be accessed .

If you administer a WordPress website and its performance this plugin is a MUST HAVE.

Download and install it now!

Blog navigation

To navigate the blog or view particular blog articles click on the Categories drop down to the right, which will also filter them where more than one post has been written on a subject.

We are exhibiting at YORbusiness on 10th June

Yorbusiness, Leeds, 10th June 2016

What hackers do with compromised websites

The security provider Wordfence has published a Blog article answering this question. It is based on research they have carried out. It’s a useful and informative read and may surprise you if you think that hackers wouldn’t be interested in your site because you’re not a giant Internet business.

You can read it by clicking here

Adding Facebook to your website

If you started your business with a Facebook page, not least because it was free and easy to use, and you now want to switch to a proper website but not lose that Facebook content, what do you do?

You can now incorporate your timeline into your WordPress website using a dedicated plugin. This is what it looks like. All the content is clickable taking the viewer to your Facebook page:



Make your phone number clickable

As more than 50% of websites are viewed on phones these days why not make your phone number clickable.

Here’s the link format in html:-

<a href=”tel:07966355054″>Call me</a>


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Affordable website design and hosting plus a free online guide with personalised classifications

Using Content Management Systems (CMS) such as WordPress [and Joomla] you have the total flexibility of a fully-managed site or one where you can submit content using a pc, tablet or smartphone. All software is kept up to date using the ManageWP utility, while SaaS (Software as a Service) means that the site can be managed from any computer/device with an Internet connection. The banner slideshow above exhibits a number of sites in the community, charity and commercial sectors.

As an added bonus there is a vast array of free, premium and bespoke designs that can be used to theme your website.