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Webforward develops web-based navigation and tracking system for pilots

Webforward develops web-based navigation and tracking system for pilots

Through Richard’s passion for flying, early last year, we devoted our resources to researching and developing a web-based navigation and tracking system for pilots. The primary purpose was to support Giles Fowler and Paul Mockford on their two-day, 260+ mile #rafa40 journey to raise money for the Royal Air Force Association while flying over 40+ former or current RAF airfields... read the rest »
New Year, New Website? Here’s what to do after the launch!

New Year, New Website? Here’s what to do after the launch!

You’ve launched your new website – congratulations! 🎉 We’ve done hundreds of website launches over the years, so we know how hard you’ve worked with your web team (or perhaps even with us!) to ensure that every element of your new website is perfect. However, without some tender love and care, all that work can easily be overshadowed if your website is not regularly looked after... read the rest »
Launch of the new Tamworth Informed website

Launch of the new Tamworth Informed website

Three weeks ago we launched a brand new site for the hugely popular local newspaper “Tamworth Informed”. Due to the improvements to the overall flow of the website and search engine optimised code behind every page, website visitors have doubled to over 5000 visitors every day since the launch on 6th March 2018... read the rest »
Free website and email for Tamworth business start-ups

Free website and email for Tamworth business start-ups

Inspired by a local business event that celebrated the achievements of Tamworth business and community projects, we want to give back to the community by creating a package that contains everything a new business start-up will need to get their business up and running online completely free of charge for the first year.. ... read the rest »
Why you need an FAQ page, and how to ace it

Why you need an FAQ page, and how to ace it

FAQ is a pretty common term, but for those not in the know, it stands for ‘frequently asked questions’. So, to be very obvious about it, your FAQ page answers these FAQs, in the hope that it minimises constant enquiries about the same thing... read the rest »
Sweet Pea Fashion website goes live!

Sweet Pea Fashion website goes live!

We’re very excited to announce the launch of our latest project: a new website and POS system for Bristol based Sweet Pea Fashion. Sweet Pea Fashion is a lovely boutique store based in Westbury-On-Trym, ran by best friends Gemma and Emma... read the rest »
Mobilegeddon 2: your guide to Google’s update

Mobilegeddon 2: your guide to Google’s update

We told you about the changes to Google’s search algorithm last year that penalised websites that weren’t responsive or mobile compatible. In March, Google announced that it would be introducing an update to this, meaning that the signal of last year’s change would be enhanced on mobile search results to ensure that users find even more pages that are mobile-friendly during their browsing.... read the rest »
Webforward and Scolmore Group Win “Best Supplier Website” at the Electrical Wholesaler Awards 2016!

Webforward and Scolmore Group Win “Best Supplier Website” at the Electrical Wholesaler Awards 2016!

We’re pretty chuffed to announce that Scolmore Group have been awarded “Best Supplier Website” by Electrical Wholesaler Magazine at the Electrical Wholesaler Awards 2016 (EW Awards). Along with the scolmore.com website, Webforward have also transformed 4 other Scolmore sites including Marketing Hub, Click Litehouse, Ovia Austalia and Unicrimp to strengthen their digital presence and provide a great online experience for their customers... read the rest »
Your definitive guide to: WordPress

Your definitive guide to: WordPress

Most people who have some knowledge of websites and the building/management process will have heard of WordPress. WordPress is an open-source content management system (CMS), so supports the creation, management, organising, publishing, editing and deletion of website content from one central dashboard... read the rest »
Your definitive guide to: Magento

Your definitive guide to: Magento

Magento is one of a number of open-source application to help build your website. They specialise in providing the tools to create a fully integrated online store, so keep reading on if your business needs or has an eCommerce requirement.... read the rest »
Why I need dedicated server hosting

Why I need dedicated server hosting

Using shared hosting can be a cost-effective solution for your business’ website. Whichever hosting you’re using, whether that’s shared hosting, VPS hosting, or maybe you’re already using dedicated server hosting, as with any part of your business you should regularly audit the performance and cost-effectiveness of each component... read the rest »
The pros and cons of server-side scripting

The pros and cons of server-side scripting

Script is the code that enables web pages to show something other than static content, in other words, dynamic content. Dynamic content is content that can change on a website based on the person viewing it, depending on their location, device, previous internet history etc... read the rest »
How long will it be until my SEO investment starts to pay off?

How long will it be until my SEO investment starts to pay off?

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is a key player in the success of your website. Lots of people spend lots of time and effort (and often money) on trying to enhance the SEO in their website, so how long will it be before these investments pay off? Well, as is the answer to a lot of questions, how long is a piece of string? However, the one thing you can’t get with SEO is quick results, so don’t expect anything overnight.... read the rest »
Why should I choose an agency to develop my WordPress website?

Why should I choose an agency to develop my WordPress website?

This is a question we hear quite often, why should I pay a team of developers to build a WordPress website for me when I can do it myself? When getting your business online, you're probably looking to save as much money as possible, so opting for a free version of WordPress can seem tempting. In this guide we'll explain why choosing to get your WordPress solution developed by an agency (us, of course!) will get you much better results than going it alone.... read the rest »
7 steps to secure your website against cyber-attacks

7 steps to secure your website against cyber-attacks

TalkTalk’s security breach in 2015 brought the reality of website security issues to the forefront of the news, and made it a reality to nearly 160,000 people in the UK. And the cyber-attack on the extramarital affairs website Ashley Madison leaked information on around 33 million people, that’s huge! Website security is a real issue, even for big websites taking all of the necessary precautions... read the rest »
Should I use a free website builder?

Should I use a free website builder?

Many online platforms are giving lots of people who wouldn’t traditionally have had the skills or expertise to set up their own websites. And a lot of the time you can find lots of promises that you can set up your website for free... read the rest »