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Exciting changes for UKNetWeb

Exciting changes for UKNetWeb

Over the next few months, there are exciting changes for  UKNetWeb and the whole team is  looking forward to the future. Toby Parkins, director of UKNetWeb and Headforwards, explains the changes below: I’m pleased to announce that UKNetWeb Ltd will be merging with Headforwards Solutions Ltd over the next 3 months. Very little change will […]

July 4th, 2016 and filed in Business, News


website optimisation seminar

Website Optimisation Seminar – January 2016

Today we held our first seminar of the year at UKNetWeb. Led by Toby Parkins, the focus was on Website Optimisation and the use of heatmaps to help increase conversions. Heatmapping is a valuable tool to have in your arsenal when analysing the behaviour of visitors to your site. It is hard to be objective and successfully […]

January 15th, 2016 and filed in E-commerce, News


Merry Christmas from UKNetWeb

Merry Christmas from UkNetWeb

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from us all at UkNetWeb! Friday night saw us join with the teams from Evolution and Pixxcell to celebrate Christmas at The Driftwood Spars where we had a fantastic 3 course meal. The wine was flowing, crackers were being cracked, poppers being popped and at one point a […]

December 22nd, 2015 and filed in News


Heatmapping on Moonestates.com

Heatmapping – optimise your sites usability and conversion rate

Your website is, arguably, your most valuable marketing asset these days. Much time and resources may have gone in to creating a digital presence which represents your brand and its associated services and products. An issue often faced is, however, how do you tell whether or not your potential customers are fully engaging with your […]

December 10th, 2015 and filed in E-commerce, News


Heartbleed Password Security

Heartbleed Password Security

Heartbleed password security is in issue on all our minds at the moment. We have checked all UKNetWeb servers and none of them were running the versions of OpenSSL that are vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug. Passwords do not have to be changed, although periodic changing of passwords is good practice of course. We would […]

April 10th, 2014 and filed in Business, Commentary, News