When using WordPress for special character websites such as Chinese, you have to be careful to manually specify the Permalinks. If you use Chinese characters for the title of a page or a post, then the Permalink that is automatically generated by WordPress will be come out in a strange format and won’t work correctly.
During my university years studying Interactive Media, we often discussed what is truly interactive. It was a time when the internet was emerging, interactive TV was coming, video games consoles were going online and I got my first mobile phone with a built in camera. A lot of the things we discussed have already come to pass and the proliferation of the internet has gone global. So what is the shift that traditional media is making and how can businesses do more to utilise their own websites?
A great way to promote your blog is to include your latest posts in your email signature. This way every time someone opens an email from you, they get reminded of your blog and hopefully will pay a visit.
On the left is an example of my email signature, which also includes links to my Linkedin page, Facebook page and Eggplant Flickr account. These are also pretty useful in getting colleague’s, clients and friends to connect with you.
Whether you are a developer or a content writer, WordPress offers a multitude of ways in which to update your site. The question is are you utilising them all?
There are more and more free platforms out there, which small to medium sized businesses can utilise to build their online presence, improve communication and do more themselves. Below we have listed 5 platforms that are popular among our clients, in fact 4 of them we use ourselves!
This year the 2009 British Business Awards (BBA) will announce the finalists for each category on 21st September and will allow their supporters to vote for them on the BBA website. In this post we uncover some of the concerns…