Another installment of the SEO cat!
Gosh it looks like its gonna be another busy one this week. I’ve had to help with the web design as there is plenty to do and I have been learning lots about the ye olde photoshop. Building on knowledge gathered many moons ago. Not only I’m I a SEO master I’m now becoming a web design wizard to!
This Monday has been busy with logo design flying around and and people bobbing by. We have even had a spider attack in the towers, which was very carefully placed outside of the office windows (yes we have more then one!) Oh and we have spaced out our coffee intake with a strategically tea placed between them. As to much coffee can send us crazy.
Well back to work as design is happening as I type.
When it comes to SEO it can be a tricky business to explain and why you need it.
What puts people off is the amount if time it could take to see the results they want.
We at curlykale like to be up front and honest about how long SEO will take and what is needed to get the results you want. SEO isn’t instant but over time it grows and once in place it can be hard it knock away. However the main thing we will always say it is worth it!
Making your site is the easy bit but getting your web site noticed is the hard part. We have a lovely frequently asked questions page if you want to know anymore about SEO.
Can you believe it, a serious business post on the blog for once. Gosh I blame the coffee!
Thats right design fans, a new colour has been discovered by non other than Richard Plush of Henge Street.
This discovery comes just weeks after Richards’s disappointment to learn that his cat had caught a bit of chesty cough.
The colour has been described as “A bit like orange, but just a tad lighter”.
All attempts to capture the colour have failed. The colour was last seen tending to its young in a small damp cave.
Lets all wish Richard our very best in his quest.
Cat returns in the next exciting installment of “cat”
Having just watched the final episodes of ‘The Tudors’ last week, we at curly towers were talking about how much we do enjoy a good bit of tasty history. In the Tudors we enjoyed the glorious visuals of the clothes, the rooms and the items. I enjoyed the series so much that it made me feel a strong desire to go buy a big, heavy book about England post-Henry VIII so I can find out more.
I find the best way to describe it is, it is a feast for your eyes, ears and brain, with deep visuals, a lovely soundtrack and your learning about history (although not everything is fact)
Here is the opening titles for you to enjoy!
I wished they carried on with his children and get to see Elizabeth become Queen although the films do that rather well.
Other periods of time I enjoy are, Roman, Empire, Victorian and WW2.
Well its back to the SEO machine to crank out some more back links!
Well its all change with this Lancashire weather, here in Preston, its gone all Autumn with the colder temperature and would you believe I saw the first sign of Christmas in the shops the other day! Is it really the start of the epic build up?
One thing for sure we are seeing plenty of lovely new clients in the last few weeks, one minute we don’t have any meetings and then we are fully booked up.
We are looking forward to having some good old fashioned cold weather and putting the heating on and have the raining and wind swirling around outside. We at the kale towers do love a nice bit of heavy rain!