In our first post in the Social Media Series, we wrote how businesses can create and setup their own Facebook page account. Our next post in this series will show you how to setup a Twitter page for your business. Let’s start creating your new Business Twitter account. First up is to choose your @username. Continue reading this post on Deep Design’s blog!
Do you want to know how to choose your business page name? Do you know how to check if page names and usernames are available on several social media websites? Do you want to create your business page? And upload high quality cover photos and profile photos? Then follow this link on Deep Design’s blog to find ‘Facebook Tips for Maltese Businesses’ post (most of it also applies to global businesses as well).
Is your website ready for a ranking boost in the mobile search results? Click here to know how to test it
There’s this popular Maltese saying which says: “L-iskarpan biz-zarbun imqatta'” – the shoemaker is wearing torn shoes – and we were like the shoemaker, doing websites for other companies, and leaving Deep Design’s website in the to do list. It’s been a long time coming but finally, Deep Design’s newly redesigned website is up and running! It has a bold and colourful new look. We opted for a responsive website design to make sure it will display correctly on all the user’s devices. Check out this post on Deep Design’s blog!
If you have any website or windows apps related queries, want to get a personalised quote from us, or just to say hello, contact Deep Design by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter.
Today I finally launched a blog for Deep Design. I’ve been meaning to upload this new blog and make a post for almost two weeks now, but stayed back from posting it. I was trying to make sure the first post on a new blog is informative and gives a good introduction and this stopped me from posting it. I was always making excuses. Currently I am in France for work, and will stay for the entire week, and was going to postpone it again, but instead this morning I decided to just go for it.
What is Deep Design? Deep Design is a new startup under which my team and I will be launching all our new projects and apps. Visit Deep Design’s new blog (http://www.deep.com.mt/blog) for a good introduction and let us know what you think. There are several projects in the pipeline so stay tuned!
This week my blog managed to reach a target that I previously set in my mind, 300,000 all time views. Most popular websites manage to reach that amount in only one day. But I’m happy with the result.
These last few months, I’ve been trying to add a post, if not daily, at least 4 times a week, and am almost managing it, to help more developers with the solutions to the daily problems I find, and other utilities that help users.
During the next weeks I will be shifting this blog to personal domain name, www.ciappara.com, to make it more customizable. I’ve been meaning to do this for years, but now it’s time to do it 🙂
I have been happy using wordpress for these last 4 and a half years, but now I would like to start using a .Net Blogging solution. This would help make customisations more easily, as I’m a C# guy :), and can add anything I want. I’ve been searching for a few solutions, and I found BlogEngine.Net and Graffiti, or else develop continue developing a blogging engine using Project Nine. I will be testing and reviewing them and let you know what I’m choosing.
But more info on my new blog later. Till then continue watching this blog ciappara.wordpress.com! Thanks for all your reading! 🙂
Yesterday early in the morning, at about 2 o’clock I was still up, and spared a few minutes to try out some optimisations on my own site, www.nine.com.mt. In the afternoon I had a great surprise, the optimisations I did improved my Alexa ranking position by much over 1 million positions. I know I’m still far far below but using some simple optimisations, your website can also start ranking higher.
Project Nine’s Blog will launch tomorrow.
This blog will be about helping people achieve more potential with their sites. The information I’ll be putting in this blog, will help Project NINE’s clients and anyone who has a website to market their website and increase its relevance in search engines. I’m sure I will be learning a lot from this new venture, and I will pass what I learned to you on this blog.
You’ll also find information about new Features being created for Project NINE users and how you can make the most of them. Plus you can add your own comments to inspire us for new features to add extra value to your own sites.
So mark it in your calendar, and start reading to enhance yor site as from tomorrow!
This month’s launching and special Offers are for real. This is our offer to help you start online with a great website and a lower price, and if you book till Christmas, an even lower price. Next is our package:
Our Christmas OfferWith €9/month you’ll get a website with the following pages:
- Home Page ›› include any company details
- About Us / Services Page ›› any other information like services that you give
- Find Us ›› A Map showing your business location
- Contact Us ›› Can send email directly from the website and receive it in your inbox
You’ll also get the following features:
- A Mobile Site (as from January) so people can access your website faster from a mobile / smart phone Continue reading
Finally the day has come, for Malta to experience a new concept in web development on www.nine.com.mt. Today we just made our first advert on the timesofmalta.com as till now is going very good.
Clients will have many features for a small price. Stay tuned as we’re going to reveal more before Monday!
Why the word Project?
We chose the word project instead of concept or design for the simple fact that this website will be always evolving. There are so many things that we have ready for it. And we are the type of persons that listen.
We chose the number Nine as it is a magic number. It’s amazing what Try this…
– Multiply any number by nine (be it 10, or 15, or thousands or millions).
– Then repeatedly add the digits of the resulting number until it is just one digit
– You’ll end up with NINE
Next are some examples:
2 × 9 = 18 (1 + 8 = 9)
9 × 9 = 81 (8 + 1 = 9)
234 × 9 = 2106 (2 + 1 + 0 + 6 = 9)
578329 × 9 = 5204961 (5 + 2 + 0 + 4 + 9 + 6 + 1 = 27 (2 + 7 = 9)) Continue reading