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How your website performs now contributes to its search engine rankings

How your website performs now contributes to its search engine rankings
Google have recently announced that as of May 2021, how your website performs will be one of the calculations used in determining your search engine rankings. Google collects data using it's page experience signals to determine various factors in how well your website works for your visitors and these statistics and now used to help ensure that a visually fast, interactive and mobile friendly website will acheive better rankings that one that isn't.
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SEO copywriter job north east darlington stockton middlesbrough

SEO Copywriter Job North East, Darlington, Stockton, Middlesbrough
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3 Free Alternatives To LogMeIn

3 Free Alternatives To LogMeIn
As LogMeIn have today announced the end of a free version of their remote control software, and in the process annoyed a large percentage of their customer base, it's time to look at 3 of the free alternatives that you would be better off using:
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Recovering from a hacked website

Recovering from a hacked website
If you are unfortunate enough to have had your website hacked, you will understand what an upsetting time it can be. Not only do you have to deal with the fallout of what your website ended up containing (spam, malware or the selling of some strange blue pills!), you also have the time consuming task of trying to clean the mess up.
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How we use Amazon Cloud to host our websites

How we use Amazon Cloud to host our websites
As we mentioned in our blog post about reliability, we have moved all of our services into the Amazon Cloud and this post is a brief overview of how this helps our customers.
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The importance of a reliable website

The importance of a reliable website
Imagine this scenario; you are looking to get a website designed for your new company, you've found a website design company that you like the look of and have decided to go with them. Your new site looks great, it's all paid for and it's officially live. You have started marketing your site and telling potential clients about it and convincing them to use your business. This is a good time for any new startup but what would the impact be if there was a problem with the hosting company's server and your website went down? How would that look to your potential clients and what would it do to your reputation?
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