The Blue Gekko Blog
Well, I'll tell you what I'm doing. I'm heading to the Yorkshire Wolds - a lovely part of the world - for the Moonbeams Folk Festival held at the Wold Top Brewery. A folk festival at a brewery. What's not to like? There's a great line-up, including Peatbog Faeries *...
There's a fantastic restaurant down in Chichester, Amelie and Friends. The Sunday Telegraph lists it in its Top 500 Restaurants in Great Britain and Ireland, and it has been awarded the coveted Bib Gourmand in the 2014 Michelin Guide. And it now has a brand-new mobile...
There were three aims with this website To make it display well and be easy to use for visitors on a mobile site. To showcase the many, many examples of stunning, beautifully made cakes The Hull Cake had provided for its very spoiled clients To make it easy for a...
…if you are hungry for business you have to look after your mobile visitor. Even B2B companies will benefit from making their sites easy to read and navigate on a phone, with a clear call to action (usually a “Tap To Call” button).
Blue Gekko websites are protected from brute-force login attemptsOr is it Gabriel? Or Laura?? You seem to use a few different names. Anyway, your IP address says you’re in Ukraine so I’m guessing none of these names is real.
Thanks for showing an interest in one of my client’s sites, but I’m afraid I’m going to have to disappoint you. No, you cannot log in.
It has been a pleasure working on a new website for Cornucopia Festival (26 – 28 September at Burton Constable if you’re interested). The key aims with this site
I’ve just come across this article at Econsultancy*, which shows the huge ROIs being achieved by companies changing to mobile friendly websites. 19%, 51% even 100% increases in
I’ve just been reading an article at Mashable.com which should be essential reading for all restaurateurs. “13 best practices for restaurants on Facebook” is full of
Using the site as a conversation tool between the café and customers has enabled them to develop a relationship with their audience which they can monitor and keep up-to-date as much as possible.
Susan (the owner) said: “I find Twitter really easy and it’s a natural conversation tool. I talk to loads of people and they are connecting
The Beefeater chain is launching a new marketing campaign featuring cricket legend Sir Ian Botham as “The Boss of Beef”.
You don’t need Beefeater’s budget to successfully market your restaurant, and direct marketing would be a much better use of your marketing spend