These days, everyone is a web design / digital marketing / SEO expert. You probably already get emails to the following tune (typos and & left in deliberately!):
People are always asking me about this so I thought it might be worth a quick blog article to explain how different image formats work, and when to use them!
For most of us, we would snap a quick photo on the iPhone, and then email/text/snapchat/messenger it through. That works for most of our needs!
Lately, we have been having an issue where an email is marked as SPF Neutral instead of getting a good old PASS from GSUITE when an email has been sent through the website’s contact form.
In our situation, we were using a 3rd party SMTP service that was integrated with our hosting. This service required modifying the SPF record to add an include statement, and set up the DKIM record. Great. Done. All looks good.
Everything looks exactly correct! The email was going out but going to Junk Mail. When we inspected the email it said SPF neutral, not permitted or denied, and not a PASS as we expected.
Last Thursday we had the privilege of being apart of the Speed Mentoring Program. This was an event organised by the Smith Family for students from Wagga Wagga High School, Mount Austin High School and Kooringal High School. Mount Austin High School’s two youth programs Clontarf Academy and Girls@thecentre also had students attend.
Approximately 50 students attended and were given the opportunity to ask businesses questions and engage with them. The aim was providing advice on possible career pathways, job opportunities, study options and training. To hopefully plant a seed.
Well, stole is probably the wrong word! But an interesting tale nevertheless!
We recently had a customer who had a couple of websites that were developed by someone else, and these were hosted on some server space. We were in discussions about taking on their sites & hosting, getting their sites a bit more visually appealing and adding some social media widgets to the site.
Too much tech speak? Let me put it this way. The last time you wanted to look up a hair dresser in Wagga, which of the following did you do?
1) Pull out the phone book (that was currently being used to sit your monitor on so it didn’t crick your neck), blow the excess dust of it, look up the index for H, find the page and ring the hairdresser with the biggest ad on that page (who would have paid handsomely for that ad)
2) Whip out your phone, and google it?
We would like to officially welcome Bailey Poulos to our team. After much demand, Bailey is bringing Social Media Marketing as a service that Simple Pixels now offer. Bailey has an incredible attention to detail, and a flair for social media marketing, campaign management, paid advertising, demographics, split testing – he is our main man when it comes to driving traffic to websites from social mediums, in a co-ordinated targeted attack.
People often ask – what is the big deal with mobile friendly / responsive / adaptive websites? A few years ago – you could have probably got away with not worrying too much about it. But times have changed. Both Google and your users are quite unforgiving should your website not be mobile friendly. Below are 3 top reasons on why it is imperative your website is mobile friendly.
Do you have tickets that you would like to sell online to events shows or occassions?
Would you like to save commissions paid to third party providers for ticket sales, and only pay the merchant fees required by your gateway? Would you like the tickets to be automatically generated online and sent to the purchaser?