That title may sound a bit odd, coming from this Norwich web designer and copywriter, even self-deprecatory to a point of self-defeating but it’s true. A website won’t make you any money. It won’t pay the bills, your mortgage, your car loan and feed you at all. Let me explain, before you assume I’ve lost
We all want to be found on page one of Google, don't we, for our services and products? We all want that moment when someone searches for removal firms in Sheffield that you come up on page one. Assuming of course you're a removal company. And in Sheffield. Companies invest big money in SEO because
Norwich – I want to talk about this city with you.
Yesterday, after a fevered fortnight of Rightmove and Zoopla frenzy, we did the deed and decided on our new home.
The James Paget Estate, in south Gorleston, is regarded locally as one of the best areas to buy or rent in.
I’ve just done some analysis of the local property market, here in NR31, Gorleston, a big suburb of Great Yarmouth on the east Norfolk coast. So what did I see?
IWent into Norwich today, emancipated, semi-retired, liberated and got into random conversations in various shops. Taken out of context, read here, they might sound like the ramblings of a social misfit, but no the conversations came round to social media and what is Search Engine Optimisation.
The estate agent blog is comparatively rare though many forward-thinking companies now realise the importance of posting blogs.
Norwich sells itself as a fine city. We had never visited it until 1997.