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Published July 22nd 2014

Categorised in: SEO

Google+ (or Google Plus) is Google’s social media channel – their equivalent of Facebook or Twitter. Setting up your Google+ profile correctly and actively using Google+ as a social network using a Google+ company page can be a great help to your search engine optimisation. Google Authorship is how Google associates authors with articles that […]

Our Top 5 WordPress Plugins

By Christopher Horton

Published July 15th 2014

Categorised in: Web Dev

WordPress has grown so much in recent years and has moved from a basic blogging system to a CMS (Content Management System). At Rapid Web, we often use WordPress to create websites for our clients, taking advantage of its unique template system to create bespoke designs with easy options for content management for our clients. […]

Published July 2nd 2014

Categorised in: CSS

Here at Rapid Web, I occasionally take on the somewhat daunting task of templating email designs. The issue with email designs is that there are no real standards when compared to the push that modern browser vendors are making to make HTML and CSS consistent no matter what web browser the end user is using. […]

Published June 20th 2014

Categorised in: Editorials

Note: The following article is satire. We urge you not to follow its advice. So, you want to make yourself (or your client) a terribly insecure website? No worries, here is our guide to making your easily hackable dream come true. Passwords - Passwords are a complete waste of time, aren’t they? They inconvenience you when you […]

Published June 19th 2014

Categorised in: SEO

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is an important part of getting your website noticed by Google and other search engines. However, the landscape of SEO has changed dramatically over the past few years. Gone are the days of keyword stuffing and endless link building, the focus these days is on making sure that the website author is […]

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