Monthly Archives: April 2009

Don’t let your Outlook files get too big

We recently had a client who lost all their emails – every single email – because they never cleared out Outlook and kept all file attachments received and sent within Outlook. The outlook data file (.pst) grew to over 2 … Continue reading

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It’s a beautiful day in Huntingdon

Far too nice to be stuck inside using the computer, so I’m going to head off for a spin on the bike. But what is the weather going to be doing later? Most online weather services are, quite frankly, junk. … Continue reading

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We’ve moved our blog…

Having done our initial setup on blogger.com’s server, we’ve moved our blog onto our own website – but still using blogger.com to publish the blog. Why did we do that? Well, you have three options as to how you host … Continue reading

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Research your website keywords

Keywords are in a nutshell (a very small one) the phrases that you think people are using in a search engine who you want to find your website. Clearly if you’re going to have much success rising up the search … Continue reading

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Search engine optimisation and sitemap.xml files

A sitemap.xml file is a file that you can use to define the structure of your site to the top search engines. Although it won’t improve the ranking of your pages (according to Google et al), it allows the search … Continue reading

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