If you’ve had lots of email from search engine optimisation (SEO) experts offering to get you to “the top of Google”, then you are not alone. You click on the email, see the offer and think “Is this true? Can these people from India/Philippines/Rumania do this? The answer unfortunately is, “they may be able to … Read moreSearch Engine Optimisation or Getting Lots of New Clients Online. The Truth.
The dream for most companies is when you type in what they sell, then they come out on top of Google. Let’s face it, if you have the top spot, you’re gonna get the lion’s share of the clickers…(if you do things right). And if you are a company that has a high-ticket item that … Read moreReading Car Leasing Firm Hits Google Heights…And Stays On Top
What do you get when you marry up an ethical clothing company with the caring souls that runs Reading’s homeless centre? The answer has got to be something good. And that’s exactly what happened when rough sleepers in Reading, were helped out by local businesses, the ethical clothing company More Lord London and volunteers from … Read moreWhen Businesses Work With Charity Good Things Happen In Reading
Are you looking for a cool office where you can get things done? When you don’t know if your business will employ 1 or 1000 people in 4 years time, why would you want to sign up on a lease for an office that restricts your growth? It doesn’t seem logical or make business sense. … Read moreNew Business Looking For Co-Working Office Space? Central Working Comes To Reading…
For anyone that’s lived or worked in Reading for a few years, they’ll have fond memories of the Reading Evening Post. It was a cracking local paper, selling around 10,000 copies a day, edited by Andy Murrill, (who now edits the Newbury Weekly News.) It could be relied upon for a great daily front page, … Read moreRemember The Reading Evening Post? It’s now In Your Area – And They Want To Meet You!
Top Solicitors Set Out To Prove Berkshire’s Got Legal Talent. Reading’s top legal firms are battling rivals from Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire in the annual Law Society awards taking place on June 15th this year. Jane Whitfield, Vice-President of the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Law Society and solicitor with Barrett and Co LLP in Reading explains … Read moreTop Law Firms in Reading – Get Your Entries In For Berks, Bucks & Oxon Awards
The Thames Valley Venus Awards are celebrating the achievements of women in business across Berkshire. The shortlist has been drawn up and Reading Business Forum caught up with Cathy Cornish of Wild To Wonderful Garden Design who has been nominated for the IKEA Green Business Award. “We’re really pleased to be nominated for this award,” … Read moreGarden Designers Nominated For Green Business Award
Justin Sadler was once a teacher. Which is just as well, because helping employers understand where they stand legally in terms of employment law, requires all his teaching skills. “Employment law can be an absolute minefield,” Justin told Reading Business Forum. “Statutory legislation and complex regulations often change. Getting it wrong can mean disputes which … Read moreBarrett and Co’s Justin Sadler Hits Top As Employment Solicitor In Reading
It’s sort of crept up on us hasn’t it? I mean, it all started when we had a bit of fun asking Siri silly questions on our phones. And then there was our friendly Cortana, (who always reminded me of a 1970’s Ford motor car…) But suddenly, there’s these machines sitting in our living rooms … Read moreVoice search…will Alexa and co send you clients?