Web Design / Development

Our experience in web design in Tanzania varies from large Content Management Systems (CMS) to small design oriented websites with more static content. A website redesign is the process of changing and updating the content, structure, format, and navigation of your website to improve performance and convert more visitors. Many organizations opt to redesign their website to welcome more traffic as their business grows and scales; others invest in a website redesign as part of a larger rebranding initiative.

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Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of improving the visibility of a website or a web page in search engines via the “natural” or un-paid (“organic” or “algorithmic”) search results. This process, using a variety of techniques, is to increase the ranking of a website and achieve top placement for its chosen key phrases or key words on the organic search results or search engine result pages (SERP’s).

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Digital Marketing

Digital Marketing is defined as all marketing efforts that use an electronic device or the internet. Businesses make us of digital channels such as search engines, social media, email, and other websites to connect with current and prospective customers.As we may all know Social Media allows marketers to connect and engage potential customers where they are at. Whether they are on : LinkedIn, Twitter, Youtube, Facebook, Instagram and even some of the younger platforms like TikTok.

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Bulls hold off Grizzlies

CHICAGO — Derrick Rose scored Chicago’s last seven points to help the Bulls hold off the determined Memphis Grizzlies 99-96 and stretch their lead atop the NBA’s Eastern Conference. Rose nailed two free throws with 2 1/2 minutes to play to give the Bulls the lead. Then he drove past Tony Allen and scored over

Pacheco completes loan deal

Daniel Pacheco has now completed his loan move to Norwich City and he will stay at the promotion chasing club until May 31, 2011. The striker is expected to make his Canaries debut against Kevin Keegan and Ray Clemence’s old club Scunthorpe United at Carrow Road next Saturday, April 2. more >>

Give Carroll best of both

Steve Clarke believes England can give Andy Carroll and Liverpool the best of both worlds in their Euro 2012 qualifier with Wales on Saturday. The Reds striker has been named in Fabio Capello’s squad for the clash at the Millennium Stadium, with many tipping him to play a part in the contest. Clarke, however, has

Liverpool FC Updates -23/03/2011

Kuyt ready to sign Reds deal Liverpool ace Dirk Kuyt is ready to commit his long-term future to the club by signing a new deal at Anfield. More >> Skrtel: Luis makes training tough Luis Suarez is proving to be a real headache in training, according to Martin Skrtel. The defender told LFC Weekly that

General Football News – 22/3/2011

Manchester United’s parent company announces record £104.6m loss Manchester United’s parent company, Red Football Joint Venture Limited, has announced a record loss of £104.6m for the financial year ending June 2010. more >> FA sign over England TV rights to UEFA in £100m deal The Football Association have agreed to sign over their television rights

Liverpool FC Updates – 22/3/2011

Liverpool owners promote Ian Ayre to managing director • Damien Comolli promoted to director of football • Ayre had been Liverpool’s commercial director more >> Be careful with Andy Carroll John Aldridge today underlined the importance of England boss Fabio Capello playing it safe with the fitness of Andy Carroll. more >> Glen: You’re all

Liverpool FC Updates – 21/3/2011

Suarez song in full swing: Luis Suarez is the new toast of the Kop, and during his sensational display in Sunderland the travelling fans belted out their choral tribute to the tune of ‘I Just Can’t Get Enough’ by Depeche Mode. You can listen to it on LFCTV Online now. Kuyt’s delight at strike pair

General Football News – 21/3/2011

Holden horror as Bolton midfielder faces six months on the sidelines after Evans cruncher at Old Trafford: Bolton midfielder Stuart Holden is expected to be ruled out for six months with a knee injury. Holden, 25, suffered the setback on Saturday when he was hurt in a challenge with Manchester United’s Jonny Evans in the