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August 2012 - Newsletter

 

 

Zeald Client Newsletter

Find out what has been happening at Zeald over the past month. If you have any problems with your website be sure to check our current status for explanations of known issues and how they have been resolved.



We've redesigned the Zeald website!

In this fast moving online industry, things change very quickly and even the best websites need to keep up. Our old design was starting to look out-dated, so we decided it was time to give it a bit of a makeover. Our new design is now live, so head on over to our website and check out our new look.

Show me the new site!



Online Business: Competing against the world

We all wish we could turn silver into gold; an expanding market place can increase the demand on each team member to perform to their full potential. It has been said that there are two main ways of running an online business, both with different techniques. 

Are you a sprinter or a marathon runner?

sprinters


Vote

Help us bring home gold in the 2012 NetGuide Webawards

Last year Zeald won Best Web Developer in the NetGuide awards and we need your help to get it again! To vote for us, simply go to www.techday.com/webawards/ and put Zeald in the Best Web Developer box. There are lots of other titles up for grabs, so make sure you look at the other categories and get voting for your own business too.

Vote Zeald for Best Web Developer 2012


They say a picture’s worth a thousand words, so having good-looking images on your website is extremely important.

However, professional photographers and photo editing software can be extremely expensive which means many businesses have to take their own photos for their websites. Luckily, there are loads of online photo-editing software available for free, which, if used effectively, can make your images stand out from the crowd. Our favourite is PicMonkey, which can be used in your web browser – no need for downloads! Just visit www.picmonkey.com and have a play around.

Handy hint: When saving your image from PicMonkey, choose “Mel” as the quality. This will save a smaller file, which will help to lower the loading time of your website.