3 ways to beat competitors without changing your prices

written by Momena Ibrahim | October 12, 2017

Pricing your products competitively whilst securing a healthy profit margin is the ambition of every business. With customers now more tech savvy and commercially aware than ever, ensuring you’re keeping up with your competitors is essential. Competitor Price Monitoring services enable businesses to retrieve important data on their competitors price changes. As a result, you […]

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5 things customers hate about your website

written by Momena Ibrahim | June 19, 2017

Low conversion rates and under performing pages should reveal more than just technical glitches on your website. Analysis of the customer journey and user behaviour should tell you what your online users like and dislike about their online experience. Though there is no one size fits all, trends in online behaviour reveal certain web practices […]

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The strength of your domain name

written by Faustine Ladeiro-Levent | February 14, 2017

Picking a domain name for your new website is both exciting and terrifying. A bit like picking a name for your first born. What if they get bullied? Is there a potential nickname you haven’t thought of? Do the initials spell out something rude? Children have at least one advantage over website URLs: you don’t […]

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SagePay Test Cards

written by kam | February 7, 2012

I thought it might be useful for us to have a page to reference SagePay Test cards. SagePay says; Which means; Billing Address: 88 Set BillingAddress1 to 88 Billing PostCode: 412 Set BillingPostCode to 412 These billing address values are the only values which will return as Matched. Any other values will return a Not […]

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Why Your Checkout Sucks and Loses You Money

written by Karl Binder | January 19, 2012

A prospective customer has reached the point on your site where they’ve decided to buy, the items are in the basket ready to go. Getting the customer to this point has cost you money. Whether you’ve spent money on Pay-Per-Click, SEO, Social media or other advertising or not, you’ve still spent time and money building […]

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Volusion Checkout Process Improvements

written by Karl Binder | October 28, 2011

We like Volusion, it’s got various pros and cons compared to open platforms like Magento but when it comes to the day to day running of an online business Volusion just pips Magento to the post. Volusion’s intuitive back office is perfect for non techies who just want to get on with running their business. […]

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Oakrange Engineering Website and Store

written by Karl Binder | March 28, 2011

Oakrange Engineering specialise in on site calibration and other services to the automotive industry. The website design and development for Oakrange combines a Drupal based company information site and a Magento ecommerce store for their trade customers. Work included a complete rebrand of their website, a Drupal CMS setup and configuration for the company site […]

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MobileCashMate Mobile Phone Recycling

written by Karl Binder | March 26, 2011

Interface design and bespoke content management software development for Mobile phone recycling company Mobile Cash Mate. We also provide SEO services and have gained them, at the time of writing, 48 of their chosen key phrases on page ONE of Google search results. The UI design was based on our extensive multivariate testing on their […]

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Increase Your Conversion Rate

written by Karl Binder | March 11, 2011

Visitors want to convert, that’s why they came to your site, you should make sure your site makes it easy and doesn’t do anything that will put them off. Here are a few no-brainers that a surprising number of sites get wrong: Bad Navigation – make it easy for visitors to find what they are […]

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Magento website for Carphone Warehouse

written by Karl Binder |

Website redesign and build on Magento E Commerce for Carphone Warehouse’s Car accessories online store This is the 2010 release of the Connectmycar website designed and built by Adhere. The site is built on the Magento ecommerce framework with a custom skin and custom modules for PGP encryption, live chat and affiliates.

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written by Karl Binder | March 10, 2011

I am Senshi is a fantastic collection of bespoke designed tshirts and clothing, demonstrating the Senshi brand. The website is built in Drupal 6 with Ubercart 2 and a collection of both open source and bespoke modules to integrate Royal Mail shipping, payment providers, animation, videos and so forth. – Ecommerce website development – Payment […]

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Toye, Kenning & Spencer

written by Karl Binder |

We work closely with Toye, Kenning and Spencer on their various ecommerce websites.

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Working with Toye, Kenning and Spencer in Birmingham

written by Karl Binder | May 1, 2010

Everyone at Adhere is over the moon that we’re about to begin work with Toye, Kenning and Spencer on their new ecommerce website(s). “Toye craftsmen have created exceptional identity products for civil and military markets since 1685. The firm has grown and diversified but the original values are unchanged – superb craft skills, quality and […]

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Carphone Warehouse’s Connectmycar on Magento Ecommerce Website

written by Karl Binder | January 9, 2010

Ready to be launched this coming week is our new ecommerce website for Carphone Warehouse’s Car Accessories site ‘Connect My Car’. The old site was built on a now outdated Drupal 5 with OS Commerce. We had the options to upgrade to Drupal 6 with Ubercart or Magento, and between us we opted for using […]

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Carphone Warehouse – Connect My Car

written by Karl Binder | November 28, 2009

We’re about to embark on the redesign and rebuild of the website ready for the new year, but in the meantime on the existing site we’ve just created the page for the Protector From MiX Telematics… This existing site was built a couple of years ago on Drupal 5 using the e-commerce modules and […]

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