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10 steps to a Google-friendly website

10 steps to a Google-friendly website

Are you having trouble bringing the right (or any) people to your website? Chances are your business is buried somewhere in the pages of Google. If that's the case, here are some basic SEO strategies you can begin to implement in your own website!

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Cloud Backups

A well used fact in the IT industry is that 80% of all businesses who suffer complete data loss will be out of business within 18 months. Whether that’s 90%, 80% or 70% you get the gist.


Imagine you turn up for work and your office has been broken into overnight. You realise that, amongst other things, your server and all the desktop computers have been stolen. After the initial shock, you’ll start thinking about getting your office back up and running. Replacing the computers, although potentially a strain on your cash flow until the insurance pays out, is relatively straight forward. You could have your computer network back up and running within a few days.

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How to treat website development costs in accounts

How to treat website development costs in accounts

The accounting treatment for the costs of building and maintaining your website depend on how you intend on using it.


If it is going to act as a brochure website where customers use the site to find out about your business and products but do not buy directly from the site, then you should put the development costs through the profit and loss account as an expense. Clients like this treatment as it reduces their taxable profits and therefore the business’ tax bills.

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