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Do you run a business in the South-East that’s less than two years old? Do you need support to reach the next stage of development? Do you want to win a prize package of business essentials worth over £12,000? Then apply for the Silicon Beach Start-up Competition.
Silicon Beach Start-up Competition
Silicon Beach is proud to announce our brand new Start-up Competition in conjunction with Crunch Accounting, Midnight Communications and Clear Business Development.
One start-up will win a top prize made up of the essentials for running a successful new business – Accounting, PR and Marketing, Strategy Consultation and Training.
This is an amazing opportunity to drive you business forward.
New course! Check out our brand new InDesign Interactive PDFs Workshop - perfect for anyone creating documents for the web.
InDesign is powerful, interactive and multimedia design software that can be used to create stunning documents for print and screen.
With such rich and potentially complex content comes the need for a means to share files easily and effectively. This is where packaging comes in.
On our Brighton-based InDesign Courses, you'll get to grips with the basics of InDesign, and we have a great eBook for you to download all about using Paragraph Styles in InDesign but here's a quick guide to using them on the latest Creative Cloud version of InDesign.
As a professional web developer or hobbyist designer, there are always ways to make the coding work you do faster and more efficient. With that in mind, we've put together a list of the 10 most useful cheat sheets a developer can rely on - everything from HTML5 to MySQL.
Of course , if you're struggling with the basics, you could always come on our HTML5 & CSS3 Course to kick-start your developing career.
So they’re here. After what seemed like months of rumours and build up, Facebook rolled-out hashtags around 2 months ago, matching basically every other social network out there (even its own photosharer Instagram).
Users are just getting to grips with the new feature that while ubiquitous on sites like Twitter, feels somehow strange on Facebook… at least at the moment.
If all the other networks are anything to go by though, it won’t be long until Facebook users embrace the symbol and it becomes part and parcel of posts on the network.
This means marketers and social media strategists need to know how to really get the most from the hashtag for their campaigns. We cover this sort of user engagement on our Social Media Course.
You may know how to use them on Twitter (if not, check out this post on hashtag marketing) and the like but there are a few different factors to consider on Facebook, such as...
There's no denying the utility and effectiveness of Google Analytics as a means to better understanding the way users interact with your website. Among all the features that GA has though, Real-Time Reports are often a bone of contention; it's a matter of dispute as to exactly how useful they are.
I decided to ask some experts for their views on the matter to try and get some answers.
On our Google Analytics Course you'll learn exactly how to make the most of its impressive features to maximise your online efforts, including Real-Time reports.
So let's take a look at what the experts say:
Great for Testing
A key theme that seemed to crop up regularly was how many found real-time reports useful for testing technical aspects of a campaign, whether that's for code, tracking or links.
@AaronCharlie Great for testing code, 'walking the shop floor', and getting non-experts interested in analytics. Underrated reports.
— dan barker (@danbarker) July 26, 2013
very useful for checking new tracking (e.g. events, goals, etc.). Also for testing emails to make sure all tagged links work — Dara Fitzgerald (@darafitzgerald) July 26, 2013