This is what we found interesting this week… A/B Testing For Beginners: 70 Resources to Get You Started There are two ways to make more money from your website. The first is to drive more traffic, and the second is to convert more visitors into customers. Perhaps you already know about traffic acquisition as there … Continue reading Weekly Round Up
This is what we found interesting this week… Apple has set a date for the release of a new iPad Air and Mini for the 16th October: Apple is preparing for another big product launch, and Thursday October 16 is the day. The company has sent out press invitations with the tagline “it’s been too … Continue reading Weekly Round Up
This is what we found interesting this week… iPhone 6 And iPhone 6 Plus: Australian Price & Release Date Apple has officially announced its long-rumoured iPhone 6 models. Here’s when they come out in Australia and what you’ll pay. The iPhone 6 has a 4.7 inch screen, while the iPhone 6 Plus offers 5.5 inches … Continue reading Weekly Round Up
Some of our favourite recent blogs… How Brands Can Better Leverage Facebook Video Marketing According to a recent webinar by Ad Age and Brightcove, 91 percent of companies consider video marketing important to their business, but only 67 percent feel that they use it in an effective way. And it’s not enough to have just … Continue reading Weekly Round Up
Hi there everyone, this is Simon Codrington, one of our senior developers from Web Bird Digital. Custom taxonomies in WordPress are a powerful way to extend the functionality of your website. With taxonomies you can provide additional groupings to help organise your content such as your posts and pages. Creating a great, dynamic and friendly … Continue reading How to create custom taxonomies
We’ve been designing responsive web sites for a while now. When a website is responsive, the layout and content adapts based on the size of the screen it’s presented on. A responsive website automatically changes to fit the device you are viewing it o be it a widescreen desktop monitor, a laptop, a tablet, and … Continue reading Responsive Web Design
I have been thinking a lot about redesign versus redevelopment recently. For a long while, if a client had budget constraints and an existing WordPress website, we would offer the solution of redesigning some of the templates to update the look and feel of the site rather than offering them a complete rebuild. The problem … Continue reading Is it time for a new website?