Chrome to brand websites as not secure

Chrome to brand websites as not secure More changes are coming to the world’s most popular web browser Google Chrome. Further to the recent changes handling secure sites, Chrome will be phasing out the ‘secure’ badge in the address bar when a site is...

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Why WordPress

What is wordpress? Wordpress is a Content Management System (CMS) and as of today 29% of all websites on the internet use wordpress, in this blog post we’re going to look at the advantages of using wordpress and how that has enabled it to become such a...

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How can I speed up my website?

This week our question of the week was 'how can I speed up my website?' we also take a look at our current projects https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/...

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Launching a website: www.biglittlethings.co.uk

Launching a website: www.biglittlethings.co.uk Some of the key features of the new site are as follows: E-commerce Responsive across devices Blog Mailing list sign up Contact forms Interactive maps Responsive tables for events. After recently launching our latest...

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Data-based Culture

One of the biggest problems small businesses face when taking the next step is being able to make the best business decisions. Business always requires some “gut feel” decisions but better to inform your gut as much as possible with all the information you can get....

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The Client Journey – Part Two – Initial Meeting

Earlier this week we met with one of our clients to start the process of helping to build their business with the services we can provide to them, the initial blog post talking about the plan can be found here: https://brasscomet.com/client-journey-part-1-plan/ The...

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The Client Journey Part 1: The Plan

This weeks blog post is a bit of an introduction to a series of blog posts that will follow in the coming weeks following our progress working with a new client of ours. The client is looking to generate more work as they look to establish their own company rather...

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