We've written about domain ownership before and unfortunately still come up against issues where companies think they own their domains yet the registered details do not reflect this. Mostly this is just a registration problem but it can cause issues when you move your domain to another provider or the registered address/email contact info goes out of date. To check whether your domain is registered to you and has the correct details, you can use a service such as Who Is to check, just enter your domain or web address to see what the registered details are.
Whilst we fully endorse the need to support Customers and perhaps go above and beyond what you would normally expect, there is a time when this approach may not actually be the right one. Your relationship with your customer be it business to business or business to customer goes a long way in determining how far you are prepared to go to help. A great relationship and both sides will be keen to work together to achieve a mutual aim, however when things get one sided and you are doing all the giving then at some point you need to balance the effort you are putting in against the return you get.
Further to our previous blog on email marketing statistics in January, we suggested that the most popular class at the new premises for Blairgowrie Physiotherapy would be Pilates. Carla responded at the time saying that it was actually yoga that was the more popular and had most enquiries which seemed to go against the email click rate. However, at our monthly meeting with Carla in February she advised that she now had a waiting list for Pilates and in fact Pilates is the most popular class.
Websites on mobile devices is a topic that's been around for quite a number of years now so you're most likely aware of it, you might even be reading this on a mobile device so I do hope it is easy to read - if you are, do you think we should move the sidebar on the right to underneath the blog post content? Feel free to comment below using the Facebook comments plugin. I'm going to cover some background about building mobile websites these days and some things to think about regarding the end user viewing port.