Category: Wix

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New website for Castle Hill School

Our excursions into school web designs are sadly few and far between mainly because of the Ofsted requirements, head teachers tend to feel more comfortable with a specialist school web design companies. Having just completed Folkestone based Castle Hill Primary/Nursery School’s website we can see why. Ofsted lay down some tough rules about expected content/conformity with stiff penalties for out of date or no content where required. OHM spent a considerable amount of time sifting through the many guidance web pages and highlighted areas that may require investigation on the old Wix website. The web design process itself was the same as any new web design but as there were...

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New website for old pub Facebook referral

Wix website owners may be interested in this; we had an inquiry via Facebook for a re-design of an old Wix website. The Half Moon and Seven Stars (Preston) business owner Dave Cullen was unhappy with access and the performance on Google SEO of his Wix design. On investigation it was clear that Wix had left several important ‘Google specific’ elements out of the old web pages and the owner was struggling to update his web pages. The new design using WordPress ticks all the boxes for Google so we expect to improve with both client access (so they can update the web pages) and their Google SERPs (search...

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Why choose a Wix website?

Here at Oast House Media we’ve become increasingly aware of business owners using Wix for their website design, in fact we lost a client recently to the ‘bright light’ that Wix shine on our TV adverts every day. Wix offer a fantastic low cost web solution and have poured $millions into their infrastructure making it easy to build your own web design, they also offer an array of professionally designed templates and build in some slick on page affects to make your web page stand out – all good so far. But why are Wix customers contacting OHM for search engine optimisation? Over the past few years we’ve had several...