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  • Your Facebook Page Cover Video Grabs Attention
    July 13, 2019 No Comments

    Have you thought about using video in place of your Facebook cover photo? When people visit your page, your cover photo is one of the first things they’ll see. For new visitors, it can help represent your brand and portray your story in just a few seconds. It makes sense that a short video can

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  • Curriculum Vitae
    May 6, 2019 No Comments

    Web developer working as a freelancer. Expertise is front end development with strong graphic design background and experienced in back end development. I keenly pursue SEO best practices.

  • Mastering Electronic Mail Communication
    April 28, 2019 No Comments

    Despite all the other methods of communication email is still popular and has become as necessary as a phone number or physical address.  Similar to telephoning someone, email has become a standard mode of communication with the expectation being that everyone should have an email address.

  • Growing your own engaged community
    March 7, 2018 No Comments

    However you define your community, it’s essential that real people are playing an active part and moving things forward. Meeting people face-to-face remains a core activity in maintaining a sustainable community.  Shaking someone’s hand and giving them a card or leaflet yields results in terms of getting them to come along to your next event

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  • What happens with your Digital Legacy?
    January 11, 2018 No Comments

      Tomorrow is promised to no one Who knows what will happen tomorrow and what if it were the worst? If you’re reading this you’ll probably have at least one e-mail account and probably a social media account or few.  The need to plan for when you are no longer around becomes more and more of

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  • Your connection is not secure – Don’t panic!
    December 16, 2017 No Comments

    As with all good things, the internet has a down side. Along with the convenience of access to information, shopping from your armchair, entertainment on demand, etc., there are horror stories going around about identity theft, data breaches, hacking and the rest. Internet users are, understandably, wary. Google, the world’s preferred search engine, has brought

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  • TREND ACADEMY : Colour Workshop 17 / 18 July 2017 at Parkside Building, BCU
    July 6, 2017 No Comments

    Free workshop to be held on 17 and 18 July at the Parkside Building, Birmingham City University.  This is the first workshop for the newly established Trend Academy: the theme is colour. Understanding and using colour effectively a vital element of many market sectors. Whether it is developing your brand online, attracting customers to your

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  • No Brainer: Google Your Business with Google My Business
    May 24, 2017 No Comments

    If there’s one thing you must do as a local business when your shiny new website goes live, it’s to Google your business with Google My Business. On it’s own, this free tool won’t make your website suddenly top the search engine results but for local searches, your site could be one of three that

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  • Bootstrap-Tour with “Not Now” option for user
    March 3, 2017 No Comments

    I’m using the excellent Bootstrap Tour on a web application.  Whilst not overly complex, I was mindful that some of those who would be using the application I was developing were not as internet savvy as others.  So the Bootstrap Tour seemed the ideal tool to use.  It allows me to give users the option to

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  • Facebook Page verification broken with no fix in sight
    January 23, 2017 1 Comment

    Thousands of Facebook page administrators have been repeatedly presented with the following notice each time they try to verify their pages. Facebook claim that “Verified Pages appear higher in search results.” So it would seem an important thing for page administrators to do but the system of verification is broken. What do they mean by

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  • Using Bulk Edit on WP custom post types with multiple select dropdowns
    October 18, 2016 No Comments

    I had set up a custom post type on a recent project and added meta boxes to the post and post-new pages.  I then wanted to have the post meta to be editable through Quick Edit and Bulk Edit.  Knowing that someone, somewhere will have come up with a solution, I was pleased to find that Rachel

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  • FREE for today only: Leawo Music Recorder
    May 11, 2015 No Comments

    Leawo Music Recorder helps to get any audio source for free. The program will be very useful for music lovers and can record Mic audio and other audio stream. The program can also be a computer audio recorder, an online music recorder and record music from Last.fm, iTunes Radio, YouTube, BBC audio, Pandora music and

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  • Dyslexia service website rebuilt from scratch
    April 13, 2015 No Comments

    The project to develop the Dyslexic Dyslexia Consultant website has been successfully completed.  The new site aims to help up to 20% of the population who display some symptoms of Dyslexia. A brain-based type of learning disability, Dyslexia specifically impairs a person’s ability to read, despite normal intelligence. Visitor-Friendly Elizabeth Wilkinson, who is dyslexic herself and autistic, set

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  • Deep Debugging for Facebookers
    January 11, 2015 No Comments

    Facebook Debugger: An essential tool There is no question of the merits of using the worlds biggest social network for business purposes.  If you still remain to be convinced, this post is perhaps not for you.  Because this post looks at gaining the maximum control over how your material and the image in particular is

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  • Stop the Prying Eyes
    November 29, 2014 No Comments

    You might like to have targeted advertising More and more of us are starting realise what happens behind the scenes as we innocently use our internet connected devices.  We leave little traces that are like gold dust to companies selling advertising space. I’m sure you’ve noticed and perhaps been annoyed by that advert that seems to

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  • FREE for today only: Video Watermark Maker 1.2
    November 13, 2014 No Comments

    Just by thinking of having to undergo the daunting and time-consuming process of video production could definitely be overwhelming. And with such hardwork, seeing your video get stolen or tampered would be the last thing you want to witness, right? In such scenario, watermarking is the best solution to resort to. In simple terms, Video

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  • FREE for today only: Easy Audio Mixer 2.0
    November 13, 2014 No Comments

    Have a recording studio at your disposal. Mix music, create presentations, podcasts, or record yourself singing. Do this and more with Easy audio mixer ! Easy audio mixer is a multi track editor designed for average users. With it, you will be creating your own audio projects even if you never used a multi track

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  • Free workshop: Innovative Ways to Grow your Business
    November 2, 2014 No Comments

    Had a Eureka! moment? The social media revolution has changed the business landscape forever. Businesses can achieve global reach and recognition thanks to the power of social media. This event will commence with Phil Oakley who will highlight how SMEs can take advantage of social media to stimulate innovation, collaborate and win new business. Where and

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  • DIY Web: Give your website some Sizzle
    September 1, 2014 2 Comments

    Websites have Sizzle too Thanks to Elmer Wheeler, ever since the 1930s many salespeople achieved better results having adopted an approach that puts customer benefits at its heart.  This post will help you to apply the same principles to your DIY Web project so that its content encourages your visitors to do business with you instead of your competitor.

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  • Acorn today Oak tree tomorrow – Starting business from home
    August 18, 2014 1 Comment

    Starting business from home just got easier I welcome the recent initiatives announced by the government designed to help small businesses.  They help TUZONGO Web Design in its work to provide services that enable people starting up from home to become the big companies and brand leaders of the future. This post highlights the measures being introduced

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  • 100 days of Introductory Prices
    June 20, 2014 No Comments

    Order before July 6th 2014! On Sunday, July 6th I will have been trading for exactly 100 days.  During this time I am offering a special one-off deal on all projects I start. Find out how you can get an incredible 75% reduction on the price of all Web Design and Graphic Design from TUZONGO Web Design. Want you

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  • Choosing the best (domain) name for your business
    June 5, 2014 1 Comment

    Look before you leap Choosing a domain name and therefore your business name could be the most important decision you make as a new business owner.  Getting it wrong can cost you more than money but prospects and customers too.  Reading this post could save you the hassle of re-branding your whole business further down the

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  • Get your slice of the Online Spending Cake
    May 27, 2014 No Comments

    Record levels of online spending in 2013 UK consumers continue to demonstrate confidence in buying online according to research.  The big cake is here and it’s time to get your share.  This post reveals findings in this year’s IMRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index and identifies what small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) need to do to get a

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  • DIY Web: A Website Build Plan saves time and pain
    May 20, 2014 1 Comment

    Creating a Website Build Plan It makes good sense to have a Website Build Plan.  I’m writing this from the sun soaked back yard of a friend. They live in Hamburg, Germany and I made the journey yesterday. I’m here for an international music event I am involved in with my Reggae DJ hat on. And

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  • Getting Good2Great
    May 13, 2014 No Comments

    I visited the Hadley Park House Hotel this morning for a Business Growth Seminar run by GOOD2GREAT.  Along with over 30 other attendees, we received very useful presentation delivered by Johnny Themans. Focussed on helping businesses to realise their dreams I picked up a number of tips and insights.  Like most of the audience we found ourselves nodding in

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  • DIY Web: Keep the Customer in Focus
    May 12, 2014 No Comments

    If you really must build your own website, focus on the customer There are a number of good reasons why as a business owner you should seriously consider hiring a professional to create your website.  I won’t go into them here but instead highlight a customer focused approach that the professional will have and that you

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  • How to outrank the big guys on Google
    May 7, 2014 14 Comments

      One of my mottoes here at TUZONGO is now being clearly expressed by the search engine giant, Google.  ‘On the internet, size doesn’t matter!‘ It may seem surprising to many people that the size of a company and the shear number of pages on its website DOES NOT necessarily mean it will automatically gain

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  • Updated – Trading online LEGALLY!
    May 5, 2014 No Comments

    If users can buy, your site must comply It might seem pretty straight forward to set up a eCommerce website and start selling.  This post will help to make sure your website is fully compliant with the new laws and regulations that apply for trading online. Keeping the right side of the Law Whether selling online

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  • What does your website say about your business?
    May 1, 2014 No Comments

    Your website is there to work for you As you might imagine, in the course of my work as Web Designer, I get to see a LOT of websites.  I see really good websites as well as very poor websites.  Sometimes its better to have no website than a bad website.  This post will highlight why

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  • Social Media and Innovation
    May 1, 2014 No Comments

    Here with Lesley Morgan, Lajina Leal, Lisa Pickering, Marina and 20 others learning the latest from Philip Oakley. Were on Stafford Park at Shropshire Chamber of Commerce.

  • Event: Get to grips with Social Media
    April 29, 2014 No Comments

    The Shropshire Chamber of Commerce  invites small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to join them at this exciting event to find out how to benefit from the countless opportunities offered by social media. Phil Oakley, Managing Director of Outserve Limited, will give a presentation highlighting how SMEs can take advantage of social media to stimulate innovation, collaborate

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  • In business? Don’t waste people’s time
    April 25, 2014 No Comments

      Courtesy costs nothing It might seem obvious and something that need not be stated but this is a crucial matter for all people in business.  Failing to attend an appointment at best might be considered bad time management.  At worst, it could be considered disrespect! In this post, names have been changed to protect the

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  • Find out how the top 4% of business owners achieve their dreams
    April 21, 2014 No Comments

    Taking place on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 from 8:00 to 10:00 am GOOD2GREAT are offering the chance to attend a FREE business seminar in Telford where you will: Learn and develop 5 essential steps to grow your business and be able to implement them immediately Work out exactly what you need to do in your business to become

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  • FREE Web Presence Evaluation
    April 18, 2014 1 Comment

    A Website is not just there to look good So you’ve got a website and you might think that’s one job to tick off your list. In a lot of cases, the site is well designed and becomes a source of new contacts, fans and leads. Its content is shared easily on carefully selected social

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  • Get a top quality website thanks to HM Government
    April 5, 2014 No Comments

    The Employment Allowance came into effect on 6th April allowing businesses and charities to reduce their Class 1 Employer NI Contributions by up to £2,000 each year. Enough to get a first rate website from TUZONGO. Up to 1.25 million

  • Grants, Finance and support for your business
    March 25, 2014 No Comments

    Use an interactive tool to find government-backed support and finance for business, including: grants finance and loans business support e.g. mentoring, consultancy funding for small and medium-sized businesses and start-ups The Finance Finder informs businesses

  • Four FREE Business Masterclasses – Change your business forever
    March 24, 2014 No Comments

    These four one-day workshops in Shrewsbury, provide essential steps to supercharge your business growth. Day 1 – Getting Started Day 2 – Meeting Customer Needs Profitably Day 3 – Operations Day 4 – Successful Selling Taking place at

  • Mumpreneur UK website award for MyFamilySolicitor
    March 4, 2014 No Comments

    Mumpreneur UK website awards are now synonymous with excellent online presence and practice. Each nominated website is judged by a panel of independent industry professional who base their decisions on a variety of aspects including design, ease of use, navigation and much more. I wrote a blog about the MyFamilySolicitor website in January 2014 and while I

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