So you’ve just spent lots of money on a new website and are looking to keep costs down. Website Hosting is not only essential to having a website, but it needs to remain safe, secure and fit for purpose. As such, price is not the only thing to consider. Our series of blogs will help you better understand your website’s hosting by asking three key questions:
So you’ve just spent lots of money on a new website and are looking to keep costs down. Hosting is not only essential to having a website, but it needs to remain safe, secure and fit for purpose. As such, price is not the only thing to consider. Our series of blogs will help you better understand your website’s hosting by asking three key questions:
Not only do church trusts across the country share the same purpose to repair and restore churches, they also share a common problem: the key user journeys; that of applying for a grant and participating in sponsored events such as Ride and Stride are resource intensive both in terms of time and paper.
Families are an essential audience for marketing sponsored events as they tend to have a fantastic social network through friends, school and local clubs which means they have plenty of opportunities to spread the word, perfect if they are attending one of your sponsored events. In other words if you want to increase your audience and increase funding then engaging with families is a must. Although it presents itself as an opportunity, for many charities and not for profit organisations it is not an easy task as their current audience i.e. members may not be families and the marketing tools used may not reach out to them.
Unless you regularly attend Church or have a keen interest in local church history and architecture it is unlikely that you’ve heard of your local historic church trust. This presents itself as both an issue and an opportunity for them to spread the news of all the great work they do. Not only providing grants for repairs but funds to improve and add additional necessary facilities to church buildings so that they can be better utilised by the local community. Providing not only a place of sanctuary but a community venue for events, clubs and groups accessible to all ages.
The ‘mobile first’ revolution has arrived with a boom! It has diversified our shopping habits and transformed the way we surf the internet. As business owners, ‘mobile’ presents us with our toughest challenge yet in terms of winning and retaining ‘market share’. And by far our biggest opportunity.
With sales made from mobile devices eclipsing ‘desktop’ sales for the first time last year, you know you need a mobile web solution that works seamlessly for your business. But which one?
If your website doesn’t look good on mobile, then neither will you – sorry to be blunt! In this ‘age of the mobile consumer’ every business owner who is serious about outsmarting the competition will need to provide their customers and clients with a superior mobile experience; one that puts their rivals firmly in the shade.