We've written before about myths in SEO and how
Many of the myths about search optimisation propagated 10 years ago are still around now. So if you hear anyone putting forth the “wisdom” summarised here – call them out on it
What is AMP? AMP - Accelerated Mobile Pages, in a nutshell, is Google's new project to help speed up use of the internet. It is a new way to produce markup (web code) in the form of a stripped-down HTML version of each page of a website to
For years we've used it and abused it. Our inboxes have filled to overflowing so much to the point
The social media world has been in a state of flux since it was reported in
Google Search Console - or Webmaster Tools, as it's also been known - is one of the older, free tools that Google provide. Mostly unloved, undeniably ugly, with a reputation as being "for the geeks", its usefulness to the non-developer community is overlooked. Here's why every business should
Google Reviews, Trustpilot, Reevoo, Reviews.co.uk - there are plenty of ways for your customers to leave reviews for your business online. It's good business practice to follow up with customers
Today is a proud day for everyone at Aubergine! Our web developer apprentice, Steph Henman, has completed and passed her year-long apprenticeship with us with flying
Let’s nip this contentious topic in the bud with a resounding
Nothing more frustrating, is there? Searching for a product or service on your phone at the weekend on the sofa and you end up at a website that isn’t mobile friendly and you have to pinch and zoom to even read the words. Worse still is the site that has had a poor mobile version created and
Over the last six months, it’s become apparent that Google has moved its attention to the map section as their next revenue opportunity.
An aspect of hosting your website and domain is that we more than likely also provide you with email services for the domain, too. For example, firstname.lastname@example.org For many years, this has been fine. We set the accounts up – you get your IT people (or speak nicely to the Aubergine team) and it
4. Getting found on Google.
2. Bad website and layout design This week sees the second part in our series of topics
1. Cheap or free website hosting – avoid it like the plague. As a business, you know the importance of a
What is an SSL certificate and how important are they to my website? Most website owners, unless they operate an e-commerce website, won’t know what an SSL certificate is
OK, let's face it - there is only one search engine, and that's Google. The term, much like the way vacuum cleaners became known by their original market leader's name of Hoover, to 'Google it' is now the term used to search for something online.
The last few months have seen some exciting retail design work undertaken for our friends over at the High Street jewellery chain, F.Hinds. As part of a nationwide shopfront redesign and point of sale experience we were asked to visualise the look and feel for the new shop fronts for the Bristol
This week sees the start of a series of basic, good practice when it comes to owning and operating a website for your business. We'll
Our new Web Design Apprentice! This week sees Aubergine's new web design apprentice join the team in the Leighton Buzzard studio. Steph Henman (picture in the middle on our funky white sofa) starts her year-long apprenticeship in web design
At Aubergine we have been fortunate enough to have been working with the team at Fresh Mortgages for over 10 years having created their branding and first website back in 2006. So, when Russell Sanders, the principal at Fresh Mortgages approached us to give the company website a freshen-up (non pun
When Practice Manager, Samantha Bird, from West Street Dental Practice in Leighton Buzzard
So, with all of the unseasonably good weather, we decided that the studio was far too hot to concentrate and we needed to cool down. The first thing that came to mind was ICE CREAM! That got us thinking... Back in the day, the only chance you got to see ice creams was when the ice cream van
Jealously is such an ugly word - but it's the only one that I can think of. I am, of course, talking about my feelings towards the designers who have been lucky enough to work with a brand that I (quite literally) stumbled across this weekend while away in the beautiful city of York. The brand I