What is an ’email alias’?

An email address is made up of a recipient (e.g. your name) and a domain (e.g. your domain name) together to create a unique address (e.g. you@yourdomain.com) which are received in its own unique mailbox An email ‘alias’ is where you create a different recipient, but instead of the new address having its own mailbox, … Continue Reading

Windows 7 support ends soon – what now?

If you’re one of the many businesses who are still using Windows 7, you’re probably wondering what to do now support for Windows 7 is ending. What are the risks? Should you upgrade? What are your other options? However, it’s often just not that simple. This article discusses the main options you have Upgrade to … Continue Reading

Improve Your Website’s Search Engine Rankings with These 5 SEO Tips

As a business owner, you’re no doubt bombarded by spammy emails offering you SEO services from companies that promise they can get your website on the first page of Google. As a reputable Sheffield SEO company we know that no-one can really guarantee these results with 100% certainty. But there are certain things that you … Continue Reading

How to redirect index.php for SEO

If your homepage is being treated by Google as two separate pages – e.g. site.com/ and site.com/index.php – you may be experiencing search engine indexing issues too. Unless the index file is redirected to the root, your homepage may be being treated as two different pages but with duplicate content which can cause a whole … Continue Reading

Why move to Microsoft Exchange?

It’s the year 2000. We’re at work. We sit in front of our computer, reading and replying to our emails. At the end of the day we turn the computer off. Everything is done… except it’s not! We’re driving home and remember that really important email we forgot to reply to. Did we press send … Continue Reading

How to increase WordPress maximum upload size

As default, many WorePress installations have a limit of 32MB maximum file upload limit for uploading via the media manager. To see what your maximum upload file size is, log into your WordPress site, go to your media library, and click ‘add new’. Often you’ll see ‘Maximum upload file size: 32 MB’ or similar depending … Continue Reading