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Printing options

Sunday, August 30th, 2009

I’ve simplified the options for printing, making it easier to mix-and-match different items and quantities.

Prices on the whole have been reduced which is great news for you lot! Also, you now have the option of lithographic printing on letterheads (when purchased in 500/1000 amounts). The lithographic process delivers a printed paper that is usable in any home printer – including lasers.

Business card options remain the same but are priced seperately (so you only pay for the options you really want) such as double sided printing (great for marketing) and matt/gloss lamination (adds the classy touch).

Want to know more – see the features and price list here (in PDF format – opens in a new window)

You can also contact me via the website for more information…!

Service upgrade

Monday, August 10th, 2009

A Google friendly XML Sitemap will now be installed on all clients sites from today. This upgrade will help bolster results on the Google search engines. Once the XML sitemap is installed I then submit it directly to Google for verification.

Want to analyse your sites statistics? Ask me about Google Analytics…

Google Analytics

Saturday, August 1st, 2009

A new service that I have just launched is a website set up for Google Analytics…Google Analytics is a free easy to use service by…you’ve guessed it…Google. Once installed on your web site it will generate detailed statistics regarding your visitors, it’s a great way for a web site owner to find out how their site is being used by the internet community.

…If you’re serious about your website, you shouldn’t be without Google Analytics…

Google Analytics Dashboard (Screenshot)

As part of the service I will install the necessary code into each and every page of your site. I will also create you a Google Analytics account for your own use.

The cost of this service is fixed, setup costs just £39 per website. Please contact me for details…

Want to find out more about Google Analytics – why not read the Wiki…