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New additions to our portfolio

August 17th, 2011, by

Hewitt Cycles are highly respected and regarded by many as one of the UK’s top specialist road cycle shops. Their new content-managed website boasts an online shop which is fully integrated with an EPOS and back-office system.

  • Cranstons Quality Butchers have been producing award-winning Cumberland Sausage for nearly a hundred years. BF Internet worked with creative agency Cactus to deliver a brand new web site with superior bespoke ecommerce functionality wrapped up in an attractive design.

  • The Pod provide unique, well built, insulated wooden huts to be used as accommodation much in the way of a tent. An existing customer of ours, we relaunched their website with a new design and a great new Pod location finder.

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Google Product Search: Mandatory feed update required

August 11th, 2011, by

Google Product Search is changing; as of 15/08/2011 a new feed specification will start to come into effect. Merchants who fail to comply will find their products removed from Google Product Search.

What is Google Product search?

If you’re not familiar with the name, Google Product Search gives online businesses the opportunity to have a presence in Google’s shopping results. Earlier this year we ran a blog piece talking about this service, if you missed it you can read it here.
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A Look at Social Media Management

July 22nd, 2011, by

social media management

It is a well-known fact that social media is fast becoming one of the most popular ways for people to communicate, socialise and network online. Businesses around the world are embracing social media and using these platforms to help reach out to their client bases.

Social Media Management can be an effective way to help your company spread news and information about your business, product or services. There are a wide range of solutions to choose from such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn and soon Google Plus. We will look at a few of the most popular networks below.

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New web site for Peill & Co.

June 29th, 2011, by

BF are pleased to announce the finalising of requirements and the start of the new web site & property management system for Peill & Co. Peill & Co are one the most recognised names in the Cumbria, Lancashire & Borders regions when it comes to Chartered Surveyors and Commercial Property Consultants.

Ensuring your project runs smoothly

June 7th, 2011, by

HTML Code - Building your website

Having worked on web projects since 1996, we have a lot of experience of making a web project run swiftly and smoothly, whilst avoiding obstacles that cause delays. As an agency we constantly refine and perfect our process, but as our customer there are plenty of things you can do to help ensure the project is completed efficiently.

Any project – be it a house renovation, car purchase, or a bespoke web project – requires research, planning and strategy, all of which contribute to its success. These points should be considered in your planning now, to ensure your project is delivered successfully: Read the rest of this entry »

Are you missing out on Google Product Search?

March 24th, 2011, by

If you sell products online yet you don’t use Google Product Search then are missing out. Google Product Search or Froogle as it was previously known was first launched in the UK back in 2004 and is a free service that allows companies to have their products displayed in the shopping results on Google.
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Optimising your website, is it Important?

March 24th, 2011, by

You may not realise it but SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) plays a large part in how easily your website is found by potential customers on the Internet. Sometimes this happens naturally but in many cases, websites need help to improve their rankings in the major search engines.
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