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Come and visit us at the Huntingdon Business Fair

April 19, 2016

  We will be attending the Huntingdon Business Fair on Thursday, 21 April at Wood Green Animal Shelters from 10.00am to 4.00pm. Please come and visit us on Stand I9 where we will be happy to help you with all of your website, digital marketing and hosting enquiries. Ask us about our Event Promotion: Free Adword […]

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Google’s mobile crawler is no longer an iPhone

April 14, 2016

Google-bot has been crawling the web, caching and analysing your websites, so it’s search algorithm can then rank your website accordingly. Google can pretend to be a desktop or mobile phone to see how your site works on that device. It then alters its search results so if you’re searching from a mobile phone, it […]

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Websites for B2B manufacturers and distributors on LeanCMS

April 5, 2016

It’s here! The new, more informative LeanCMS website. LeanCMS is Realnet’s own innovative web platform (CMS) which has been specifically designed to meet the needs of business to business (B2B) manufacturers and distributors. The exciting new design includes homepage video, plenty of icons and small digestible blocks of content to aid your understanding of what […]


Google relegates free listings

March 17, 2016

Google has been changing the layout of its search results page. The Adwords down the right hand side have now disappeared. Google says this is because they didn’t have ads down the right hand side on mobile phone searches, so doing the same on desktop is tidying things up. However, we’re also fairly convinced that […]


Google’s next big thing in mobile search

March 7, 2016

Mobile web browsing is now bigger than desktop web browsing! Using that as an indicator in their search results last year Google are already insisting on mobile friendly/responsive websites. Google have now moved on to the next mobile frontier with the Accelerated Mobile Pages Project (AMP). It is based on ensuring that mobile web pages load up […]

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Facebook’s all new ‘Like’ reactions.

March 3, 2016

Life has just got more interesting for Facebook users with the new ‘Like’ reactions. The social networking giant has recently launched emoji-style Reactions, which will allow you to express your feelings in more depth. Reactions – which were being tested in Spain, Ireland and a few other places – are now available everywhere. Mark Zuckerberg, […]


2016 Half marathon completed by Realnet MD and Heart Radio Cambridge

March 1, 2016

Congratulations to Realnet’s MD Kari Sewell for completing this year’s Cambridge Half Marathon in just under two hours. He was running with a team from radio station Heart Cambridgeshire, including Managing Editor Freddie Scherer, Breakfast News Reader Annie Green and Account Manager Martine Smith. They were raising sponsorship for Global’s Make Some Noise, which supports Anna’s […]


Essential Marketing Trends 2016

February 23, 2016

The online marketing industry is complex, but an exciting one for anybody who stays up on modern trends. New hardware, software, companies, and user preferences dictate the sweeping changes that either get adopted or ignored by the businesses of the world. Those that choose to adopt the changes are usually the ones that get a […]

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The increasing importance of technology for marketing

February 2, 2016

There is an image of the Marketing Manager/CMO/Brand Manager looking after a company’s creative image, organising trade shows, brochures and press releases. As the web continues to increase in influence, this role has become ever more technologically based. This growing role of technology in marketing is sparking the rise of the Chief Marketing Technologist (CMT) […]

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Safari web browser crash

January 28, 2016

Apple users whose “suggestion cache” had updated while they were using their phone between 09.00 and 12.00 GMT yesterday, experienced a bug when they carried out a search via the address bar. It appears the problem was caused by a process at Apple’s data centres, rather than a coding error in Safari. It is understood […]