DW Blog

So what is the DW Blog?  Well we like to think of it as the Don't Worry Blog. With around 100 articles covering website design, search engine optimisation (SEO), digital marketingsocial media and more, we've created a wealth of free information to help answer your burning questions. You can also click on any of the links under 'Search by Topic' to see all the articles in each category.

The fundamentals of good ecommerce web design

Posted by nayana on April 1, 2016

You may have amazing products and services available on your ecommerce website. You may offer enticing deals and timely sales. However, you won't earn the profits you deserve if your web design hasn't been thought through. Your website's appearance matters a great deal; with the way people rapidly browse the internet, your site's design makes the…   Read full post »

What Makes A Great School Website?

Posted by nayana on March 31, 2016

Is your school's website design getting you where you need to be in terms of engaging students, parents, and teachers? In addition to being a valuable opportunity for making a great first impression on prospective families, your school’s website is a tool that should be useful throughout every step of a student’s education. Not only does your…   Read full post »

3 Tips to Enhance Your Search Engine Optimisation

Posted by nayana on March 24, 2016

Using outdated search engine optimisation (SEO) techniques will do little to increase your website's ranking on Google, and may in fact harm your ranking. We've blogged about these three tips before in separate posts, but they are worth repeating as many companies head into their new financial year and start looking at their marketing plans: 1.…   Read full post »

3 Reasons Why Your Charity Needs a Modern Website

Posted by Paul on November 28, 2015

Traditionally, you might promote your charitable organization through fundraisers, printed materials and other offline methods. However, if your charity does not have a modern looking charity website, you could be missing out on a lot of ways to help your cause. Here are three things to think about when deciding whether your charity needs a new…   Read full post »

3 Reasons Why Your School Should Be Using Social Media

Posted by nayana on August 29, 2015

When you think about using social media, you might think about your personal profiles or the profiles that are designed for big businesses. You may not have yet thought about starting up social media profiles for your school, but doing so is important. These are a few reasons why your school should be using social media if it isn't already. 1.…   Read full post »

Tips for Creating School Websites that Parents Will Love

Posted by nayana on August 21, 2015

These days, there's a website for everything.  As an education professional, you know that your school needs to have a website; but what, exactly, should your website include?  Do you need to update it regularly?  How are you supposed to keep up with all of it, anyway?  Designing school websites that parents will love (and therefore use on a…   Read full post »

6 Elements of an Effective Accountant Website

Posted by nayana on July 24, 2015

As an accountant, your website is a crucial part of your business. A high-quality website will bring new visitors, explain exactly what you do, and most importantly, will actually convince visitors to contact you to set up a consultation. In order to accomplish this, there are several elements that accountant websites need. Uniqueness You must…   Read full post »

How to Stand Out in Social Media

Posted by nayana on July 17, 2015

Social media is such a saturated environment that it can be difficult to know how to make a name for yourself or your brand. Integrating a social media strategy into your overall online marketing strategy can be one of the most difficult things you ever do for your business.  So how do you create a plan that helps you stand out in social media…   Read full post »

The Only Safe Linking Strategy for SEO

Posted by nayana on July 10, 2015

A 'backlink' is when someone links from their website to yours and backlinking is at the heart of search engine optimisation (SEO). When someone links their website to yours, a bit of their page rank is passed to your site - this is often called 'link juice'. The more link juice you have coming into your site from reputable websites, the more…   Read full post »

Where Do Most DIY SEO Campaigns Fall Short?

Posted by nayana on July 3, 2015

Your website may have great content and you may be offering awesome freebies. However, unfortunately, your visitors still might not sign up for your email list, or complete your contact form. Why? The problem with your search engine optimisation (SEO) usually lies in one of two places: Either you have no landing page for your campaign, or Your…   Read full post »


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