Check out the recently started blog ‘Universal Credit Advice‘, which contains advice for Universal Credit claimants. Read up on how to avoid sanctions, how to challenge Universal Credit decisions and how to lodge an appeal against a Universal Credit Decision. … Continue reading →
Canal Boat Trader is an example of how it’s possible to earn an income from a website. The website was originally intended to make the domain more attractive to potential buyers. Rather than let the domain go at the end … Continue reading →
Property letting and holiday letting can be managed easily via a website, with calendars showing availability and prices and even online booking systems allowing you to do as much or as little in connection with your lets as you like. … Continue reading →
Many kinds of small businesses attract and inform customers via their website.
Publish your weekly newsletter online and reach parishioners who are too ill to reach your Church, or are on holiday. Open up the work of your Church to site visitors from all over the world. See StJudesGlasgow.org … Continue reading →
Your website is an essential part of your Internet presence. Linking it with your accounts on other social media such as Facebook and Twitter give you a much wider range of options for reaching your audience and being found by … Continue reading →