Website Design Blog

Hi, my name is Neil Forrester. I am the owner and web designer of Pixelfire web design Geelong. As the owner of Pixelfire, I am passionate about creating good looking websites and equally passionate about understanding what it takes to get a website onto page one of Google. When I discover something new, I like to share the knowledge here on my blog. I hope you find my articles informative, interesting and helpful in your website design endeavours.

Best wishes,

Neil Forrester - Pixelfire web design owner

Good Web Design Geelong
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February 21, 2020

Good Web Design Compliments Digital Marketing

Your website is the main platform your customers get to know about your business. After all, your digital marketing efforts will send prospects to your website – whether it is to find more information about your products/services, make a booking, buy a product or find contact information. No wonder then…
Effective Web Design Optimisation
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February 21, 2020

Effective Web Design Optimisation

Effective Web Design Optimisation The success of your business website greatly depends on its design. And by design, we are not just referring to the visual aesthetics. In fact, your site’s success depends on its usability and functionality. Since your website is maybe the first contact a customer has with…
Online Marketing - how do I attract more customers online?
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February 12, 2020

How do I get my website on page one of Google?

I am often asked by clients 'How do I get my website on page one of Google?'. This question translated really means 'how will people find my website on Google and buy from me?'. Well, all marketing efforts must direct people back to your website and when visitors land on…
Mobile Usability Issues Img
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January 6, 2020

New Mobile Usability issues detected for site

If you have ever submitted your website to Google via Google's Webmaster Tools, you may receive a message letting you know that your new web design has 'New Mobile Usability issues detected for site '. Is this something to worry about? The answer is yes and no. In most instances…