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Download Twitter ChecklistDownload your free Twitter Checklist here. This guide provides a list of all the activities we carry out for our customers using our social networking packages. Please call (07976 946 060) to discuss your requirements. Each social network system requires a structured approach to setting up for business, by using our social networking packages your business will be able to maintain it's brand image across all social network platforms and communicate even better with your customers.

Download Twitter ChecklistDownload your free map of SEO hints and tips here. Our comprehensive Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) packages - SEO Complete - offer your business complete guarentees that all your content including images, PDF files and other media are SEO friendly and will keep your website at the top of the search engines. Our 'map' of tips and hints will give you a cribb sheet of some of the basic activities your business should be doing to keep your content search engine friendly.

Download Twitter ChecklistDownload your free OnPage / OffPage Search Engine Optimisation Tips and Techniques. This article is also published within the website and covers all the main tips and tricks to ensure that your website is optimised for OnPage SEO.

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About Micro Update

We provide web solutions in Devon that include:

We give you a fixed price solution and guarantee our work 100% to the highest quality. With over 35 years experience in the business we offer expertise, experience at an affordable price. Why not come along for a chat about how we can work with your business,

Why use us?

  • Established in 1987
  • We offer 1 hours free website updates per month
  • AFFORDABLE Web sites in Devon
  • FREE Mobile application
  • FREE SEO analytic reports
  • FREE image optimisation
  • FREE SEF editorial checking
  • Optimised for Search Engines (SEO)
  • Fast web site turnaround
  • No Jargon Policy
  • Guarantee of service