One of our favorite perks of working as an international team is getting to travel and visit each other. On the 27th of June, Amy, Tamlyn and I headed to Vilnius, Lithuania to visit and spend time with our two ultra-talented and wonderful coders – Tom and Domas.
Insight, advice, news and chit chat
Written by Annemarie Meyers
As a curious and passionate design student, with an itch for traveling and learning about new cultures, working and living abroad has always been a dream of mine. I am so thankful that with the help of Top Left Design, I’ve been able to make this a reality.
Say you have a website, and you do some SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) work to get more traffic to it. The usual way people ask us to do this is “Please get me to the top of Google”. And more specifically “Please get me to the top of Google when people search for [whatever your business does]”.
What are the different ways that Google Search Results show up?
It recently came to my awareness that one should never assume that everyone knows the answer to this. And there is an importance in this differentiation, so you understand better what you can expect when you hire someone to help you with SEO.
Can you believe it’s April already? This year is flying by!
I have been busy contributing articles to lots of business and marketing publications so it’s time to take a look at where we’ve featured in the press this year so far!
I’ve been going to far flung places to run Vistage workshops and now that I am back and catching up I thought I should share some of my experiences.
It depends on many factors – most notably how you honestly feel about your website.
At TLD, we pride ourselves in helping our clients get their marketing strategies and online presence up to scratch. We don’t like to pick favourites, but last year, some of our clients really shone, so we’ve put together some of our superstar clients who have come on leaps and bounds since we started working with them, in the hope they inspire you to do the same!
I had been so annoyed and bored every time I looked for information on GDPR. It’s overwhelming, confusing and stressful.