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Parlez vous Francais? One of our clients has many customers that do

Posted by Amanda Parsons on August 5th 2011 in Design, News, Company News

As a result of the ever increasing power of online marketing, it is key that all companies encompass the needs of their clients, wherever they are. Scanstrut approached us as they saw a need for a French version of their site. Optix Solutions created a link from the original site to a version in French. With text and graphic...

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Turn back the years – a new website designed and developed by Optix Solutions

Posted by Amanda Parsons on August 5th 2011 in Design, Development, News

Optix Solutions is proud to have recently launched the new website turnbacktheyears.co.uk, a site dedicated to showcasing the extraordinary work of Dr David Evennett. David offers a range of non-surgical facial treatments ranging from anti-wrinkle injections to lip enhancement and even tooth whitening. The website has been designed to reflect the professional approach that David has to his work...

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Google Shopping Changes Help

Posted by Dan White on July 27th 2011 in E-Commerce, Online Marketing

This month the Big G (Google) recently announced changes to their merchant product feed rules. You have until the 22nd of September to update your product feed or face the consequences. keeping a close eye on things At Optix we like to keep a close eye on these things for our clients sake, but for those who run their own...

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Is your SharePoint business critical?

Posted by Amanda Parsons on July 20th 2011 in News

Partnership and playing to ones strengths are very important here at Optix. We recognise what we can and cannot do so always look to work with the very best partners in areas we don't work in. One of these areas is Sharepoint integration. MSM Software Solved based in Exeter, London and Bristol are the partner we would pass...

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Event tracking for web pages with no thank you page

Posted by Dan White on June 27th 2011 in Development, SEO, Online Marketing

The way goal tracking works for a lot of websites is that you set up a page which displays to the user saying "Thank you for buying widget a'". When you see someone has visited that page you can see that a sale must have occurred. Now that is very useful because then you can dig around in the...

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8 Tips for Email Marketing

Posted by Alastair Banks on June 6th 2011 in Online Marketing

Today's post is from one of our Director's Alastair Banks You may have read it already on his blog but just in case you missed it or want to refresh your memory, heres another bite of the cherry: Original Post: Some of you might be wondering why I’m writing about email marketing today – it’s old hat isn’t it? With...

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