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Monday 30th April 2018
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By Telligence

The terms Website Developer and Website Designer are used interchangeably by the public, but is there a difference?  Yes there is.

Back in 1994 we were all called

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Friday 9th December 2016
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By Leigh Clover

Your PowerSites website is about to become easier to use than ever before with some fantastic features being launched in 2017.

  • New Configurable Dashboard with new reports available
  • Dashboard Reports Emailed Directly to you
  • New Widget Interface with Drag and Drop Functionality
  • A New Easy Way to Add
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Wednesday 30th March 2016
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By  Sales Team

So many people think that just building a slick looking website will bring customers flooding in the door. Well we know that is not quite true. The way we often explain it to customers is imagine opening a clothing store on a back street of a city and not telling anyone you are open.  If that was your only plan as a business owner of a retail

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Wednesday 16th March 2016
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By  Sales Team

One of the key things that our customers ask us over and over again is why does my PowerSites online store rank so high on Google?

Well read closely we are going to let you in on an industry secret on how SEO (or Search Engine Optimisation) works .... here goes.

One of the most important things to Google is how relevant your

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Thursday 9th April 2015
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By Leigh Clover

Well it is finally happening, we have been talking about it now for nearly 6 months but the date has now been set. April 21st, in only 24 hours - everything will change.

So you are wondering what on earth I am talking about right?

As you can read in 

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Wednesday 19th November 2014
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By Leigh Clover

Website traffic has changed significantly over the past 2 years with the rapid growth of smartphone usage in Australia. Most people's mobile phones are rarely very far away from their reach and it has changed how and when people are searching online. This change has meant that people's expectations of how a website needs to look on a mobile

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Wednesday 12th November 2014
Categories: Expert Tips | Website Design
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By Leigh Clover

Websites in the past were developed as a fixed width i.e. 960 px wide which would make sure they looked good on most screens. As people starting using mobiles a few years ago,  web professionals were delivering a desktop, mobile and sometimes a tablet version of new websites. This meant when you developed a new site you would also have to design

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