Jun162015

A Few Things You May Not Know About Bing!

  Many people are sceptical about the value of Bing as a viable revenue generating digital channel. But momentum is gaining in the UK and at teclan we have seen great results through Bing in recent months. Here are some reasons why you should take Bing more seriously! –  In May 2015 teclan found their… Read more »

May222015

Mobilegeddon – was it for real?

  So, the 21st of April came and went. The much-hyped algorithm update from Google that affects the organic rankings of non-responsive website designs was rolled out across the internet… or was it? Mobilegeddon crashed upon us all engulfing us in a wave of fear over disastrous search engine ranking losses, and we’ve been since… Read more »

May112015

Harts of Stur beat John Lewis and Lakeland in award for best website.

Harts of Stur, one of the UK’s largest in-store and online retailers of cookware, kitchenware and kitchen electrics, have won the “Britain’s Best Housewares Retail Website Award 2015″ beating ecommerce giants such as John Lewis, Lakeland and Aga Cook Shop to the title. Their award winning website (www.hartsofstur.com) was designed and built by the teclan… Read more »

Mar232015

“Mobilegeddon” is coming for your website!

Google announces date for mobile friendly algorithm update – 21st April 2015. Mark the date in your calendar. The countdown has begun! Google recently announced that from the 21st April 2015 they will “be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will… Read more »

Mar202015

8 basic rules of writing to sell.

  Copywriting is the act of writing text for advertising or marketing purposes, the copy being written in such a way as to persuade someone to buy a product, or to influence them. While the advent of the Internet has expanded the range of copywriting requirements to include web content, adverts, emails, blogs, social media… Read more »

Mar92015

Do people realy notise bad speling?

They sure do. We originally ran a version of this Blog in 2010, but things don’t seem to have gotten any better. The common belief is that a few spelling errors or typos on a website are to be expected. But why should that be, with the many spell-check programmes freely available? And does it… Read more »