At Ampology we are really proud of our work and don't often get much time to shout about it. With that in mind, we've updated our website with case studies about some of the great projects we have delivered. Take a look at our recent work to see how we have helped businesses of all
This can seem like an obvious statement, but the way people shop and look for information has radically changed over the past few years. Many of us use the internet to research products and services before buying them on and offline. With mobile devices giving instant access anywhere, reading reviews and researching before you buy
Ampology are pleased to announce the launch of another new website that we have designed and developed. OfficeLabs are a Microsoft focused office automation specialist based in Exeter. They approached Ampology and asked us to deliver a fresh new website that looks great, was easy to use and works across all devices and operating systems.
Over the last few months we've been working closely with Radmore and Tucker in Exeter, one of the UK's largest garden and forestry machinery suppliers. We've been helping them with their SEO, PPC and Emailshot campaigns and more recently we were asked to build them a new e-commerce website in WordPress. The project has been
It's often very difficult for marketing agencies to promote themselves and spare the time to create their own engaging content. One of the main reasons is that clients always come first and the second reason is the "creative juices" are often exhausted by the end of a long day. Ampology have definitely fallen into this
Effective Link Building Done Right You may think that the ingenuity or originality of your online content may inherently entice a wave of internet traffic. However, much like the real world, exposure and publicity draws in the crowds. Links are the pre-eminent means of attracting internet traffic; the whole internet is built and calculated on
Over the past ten years there has been an exponential increase in the amount of hours we all spend watching online videos. The projections for 2017 is that by the end of the year, online video will account for 74% of all online traffic. What's more, recent polls and surveys report a considerable increase in