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Do blogs work? The simple answer to that is yes! If you’re not blogging, you could be missing out on a whole range of opportunities. 

5 reasons why we think building your own website could be a costly mistake for your business. 

These days, it’s so important to be active on social media. As of January this year, there were 1.87 billion active Facebook users, over 600 million monthly users on Instagram and more than 310 million active Tweeters worldwide - that’s a lot of potential opportunities. 
The Britannia Inn & Waves Restaurant's website has had a fantastic makeover! With a modern open feel, easy to navigate layout and full-width professional images, the new responsive website, truly reflects what this former 18th Century Coaching Inn has become. 
We are very pleased to launch Chunky Monkey's new responsive website and online shop.  
Chunky Monkey is an inspiring Exeter-based furniture business specialising in making exceptionally beautiful rustic furniture from reclaimed sustainably sourced wood.  
All pieces are handcrafted by skilled craftsmen using time-honored techniques.  
Check them out, you will be surprised at how reasonably priced their solid wood furniture made from British sourced environmentally friendly timber are! 
Writing copy for a website can be a challenging task. The words on your website and the tone of voice you use can help your business stand out from competitors, connect with your site visitors and portray your brand’s personality. The right words can even boost your search engine rankings. 
There are many things to consider when creating your new website but one of the most important is navigation. Here at it'seeze Websites in Exeter we believe making a web user’s journey as simple and easy as possible should be a priority. 
When marketing your business, one of the most important things to consider is the logo that you'll use. The power of a logo lies in its visual nature, and studies show that customers recognise and relate to images quicker than text. In such a fast-paced modern market, immediate impact and brand recognition are vital. 
In the past few years, mobile users have overtaken desktop. Mobile users are now the most common internet consumer and around 25% of them will only use using mobile technology to access the internet. 
Colour is one of the most powerful forms of communication available to us. It can invoke emotion, create a reaction and sway our thinking. Colour is also used to portray a brand’s personality and is a key influencer when it comes to the buying decisions of audiences. So how do you determine the right colours for your website?