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Award win for digital agency

Award win for West Midlands based digital agency – Clickingmad.

Clickingmad Ltd are pleased to announce that they have been selected by US based technology platform Clutch as one of the “Top Full Service Digital Agencies in the United Kingdom”. 

Clutch is a review platform that is gaining significant awareness across the digital market place, worldwide. Clickingmad have also been named as winners for categories such as Website Design and Search Engine Optimisation.

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Free Sample website brief and tender document download

Sample website brief/tender download
As a digital agency we often receive website briefing documents prepared by the prospective client. Some of these documents are well written, some not.

We also receive RFP’s (request for proposals) in the form of tenders. Again the quality of these documents vary quite a lot. They are either for too complicated or too simple.

I understand how hard it can be to specify what you want if you are not web savvy or technically minded. even the best marketeer can get bogged down by this exercise. So spare a thought for the Sales Director or Intern that has been tasked with coming up with a website specification.

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Bridgnorth Endowed School Chooses Clickingmad Ltd

Bridgnorth Endowed School has chosen local website design and development company Clickingmad to create its new website. The new modern styling will reflect the positive changes happening at the school.

The graphic design process is well underway and a preview will be available ready for the upcoming Open Days in October.

“Clickingmad are proud to have been chosen to redesign the Endowed School website in support of our local community.” Says Shaun Carvill. Managing Director of Clickingmad.

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Mobile Devices to dictate your Google results.

There is news this month that Google will be moving to make mobile device searches more important than desktop searches.
Google is calling it “Mobile First”.
Google has been reporting for some time that more searches are being done on mobile devices than desktop computers.

The actual quote from the 6th November 2016;

“Today, most people are searching on Google using a mobile device. However, our ranking systems still typically look at the desktop version of a page’s content to evaluate its relevance to the user. This can cause issues when the mobile page has less content than the desktop page because our algorithms are not evaluating the actual page that is seen by a mobile searcher.

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