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PureNet has reason to celebrate after been awarded a Mark of Excellence at this years’ Football Business Awards. Given in the ‘Best Business Serving Football with over £2m turnover’ category, PureNet impressed the 30 industry expert judges including senior influential figures such as Bruce Buck, Chairman, Chelsea FC and Dan Holman, Head of Product Marketing[…]

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Our team of Business Analysts carry out detailed client project requirements gathering and produce functional specifications. They document user journeys using wireframes for use by PureNet’s development teams as part of eCommerce and web solution client project delivery and implementation. Even the most knowledgeable business analyst can encounter problems throughout this process. To help counter[…]

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A landing page is a webpage you can direct people to when they click on a search engine result or online advertisement. The page can be linked to social media, a product page, opt-in email or specific content. Here are five of the most common reasons your landing pages are failing and some top tips[…]

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PureNet is proud to announce the launch of Norwich City Football Club’s new responsive ecommerce website. The new website, which went live at the start of this month, offers the Premier League♠ football club’s customers an engaging and exciting online experience, with integrated features such as social feeds and wish lists. PureNet worked closely with[…]

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Latest figures suggest online sales are back on track following a disappointing end to the first half of the year, with an annual growth of 14% in July. The MRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index rose 3% month-on-month, which is a stark contrast to the 5% fall experienced between May and June. An estimated £8.1billion was[…]

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Do you know the difference between Panda, Penguin and Hummingbird? The Google algorithm continues to get more complex and difficult to understand as Google tries its best to provide searchers with the information they are wanting. Originally search engines allowed marketers to easily find ways to make the search engine think that their site was[…]

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