Blog your travel
A blog North Devon Web manage has been in the top 5 travel blogs on Technorati.com during 2012
Why not share your pictures and images of your holiday in a blog. Travel blogs create a lot of interest on the Internet and interest means traffic and clicks. A travel blog can be about your local area, visit local attractions and amenities, write about what you know – your staycation is another persons destination.
North Devon Web can help you market your website. They also specialise in helping small and medium size businesses take control of their web presence, ensuring the highest possible search engine rankings and reorganising out of control websites. North Devon Web can rationalise your existing company site, making it easier to navigate and easier for your clients to access your services and purchase your goods.
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is housed in the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, in Venice. Peggy Guggenheim, a former wife of artist Max Ernst, purchased this building in 1949. Although sometimes mistaken for a modern designed building, Palazzo Venier dei Leoni … Continue reading →
The images are taken from a bedroom window of Palazzo Vendramin Palazzo Vendramin is a 15th-century residence linked to the Hotel Cipriani through an ancient courtyard and a passageway lined with flowers. It houses 16 suites and rooms with … Continue reading →
North Devon Web can install, manage and maintain your WordPress blog for you and we can do all this on one of our green servers. This free blogging tool is as an easy and extremely effective way of enhancing your web presence and business. A blog is another marketing strategy used for increasing a site’s relevance, by second guessing what people search for when they are using a search engine, by using effective keywords in your blog posts.
Contact North Devon Web for a FREE quote
This gallery contains 4 photos.
I haven’t used a 35mm camera for years. I recently decided to take my old Pentax K1000 with me to Venice. I took some great black and white shots from our hotel window, looking out over the Grand Canal towards … Continue reading →