Website Designers Poole, Dorset
M35 Web Design has over eighteen years’ experience in web design, web development, search engine optimisation (SEO) and general internet solutions.
Additional services include a photographic slide, print and film negative scanning service, to include colour correction and scratch reduction etc. We can also scan many other items for you. More »»
We have web design clients all over the country, not just in Poole and Bournemouth, so even if you’re not local, please don’t hesitate to contact us for information on our web and internet services.
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Website Design Poole, Dorset.
Web Design & Development
From a simple starter website to a larger website, M35 Web Design can help you, as well as with website updates.
We pride ourselves on offering clients affordable, high-quality web design that will bring your business real results.
Web content management systems allow users with little knowledge of web programming languages to create and manage their website content with relative ease. Create and update pages, add photos, change text yourself. All you need is the will to learn and a little bit of patience!
Domain Name Registration & Management
New domain name registrations from £15 (2yrs) for a .co.uk name. Price on application for a .com, or similar international name.
M35 Web Design can also give advice on how to choose an appropriate domain name.
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
Your website needs to appear in the first few Google search results, or else it will be overlooked by potential customers. We offer search engine optimisation (SEO) for clients in Poole, Bournemouth and the surrounding area, although we also have clients from all over the UK and even abroad.
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Last month I wrote two articles on the writing blog posts and the power of blogging. You can see The Power of Blogging Part 1 here and The Power of Blogging Part II here.
Today’s post is a short update to say that my sunflower blog post (referred to in The Power of Blogging Part II) now also ranks at number 2 and 3 on page 1 in Google for the search terms ‘sunflower fields uk 2017’ and ‘sunflower field uk 2017’.
Initially I was just targeting fairly local search phrases, such as ‘sunflower field dorset’, so having a UK search result so quickly is great.
Ransomware encrypts all your website’s files using strong and unbreakable encryption, then the attackers ask you to pay them to decrypt your files. They usually ask for payment by Bitcoin, although paying doesn’t unlock the files anyway.
There are ways to protect your site from being compromised by Ransomware.
According to the Wall Street Journal (7th August 2017) Mr Burr now says that he regrets his advice, because such passwords have proved easier to hack.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has now set new guidelines.