Back in July the team at WNW Digital welcomed Daniela to our Exeter headquarters.
Daniela is with us as part of the Erasmus project & was introduced by The Training Partnership
You can follow the Training Partnership on Twitter using the following tag: Twitter @TTPLuk
Daniela has been working hard on producing great info-graphics for our daily blog feed as well as gaining experience designing websites.
“We are delighted to have Daniela working with us, we have had several interns from the Training Partnership over the years and they have all brought great skills and enthusiasm to the company.” Nigel Wilkinson, Director.
Though you might not believe it your website is the face of your business. Especially now as we live in an age where online shopping is beginning to compete with high street shopping. Therefore if you want your business success particularly in the digital world, then it is vitally important that your website can be found online! So how can you make this happen?
It’s time to introduce the term Search Engine Optimisation or SEO as you might know it. Search engine optimisation involves a set of strategies that can be applied to your website in order to promote healthy listings. You cannot expect the SEO of your website to take affect immediately, instead SEO involves a gradual process that when is done right will help boost your website listings. Read the rest of this entry »
Friday only means one thing at WNW Digital, its blog round up day. So which blog entries have caught our eye this week?
How To Watch your Competitors On Facebook – When your planning your marketing strategy for the next couple of months, you are bound to want to check out what your competitors are doing. This great blog entry by Blog Clarity provides basic instructions on how you can see what your competitors are up to by using the Pages to Watch feature offered by Facebook.
– Ever feel like your blog content is getting lost in the world wide web. Then read this blog entry now to find out how your blogging can encourage a greater level of engagement and improvement in sales. Read the rest of this entry »