Thursday, 25 February 2016

More pages being added as we speak! This site is growing by the day, and will soon spell out to clients what they need before they get started too.

There shall also be more detailed pages about SEO, graphic deign, web design and development too. We also planning a big move into CMS services, which seem to be the fashion at the moment.

It grows daily here at a20internet.com


Wednesday, 17 February 2016

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3152514/Apple-Watch-FLOP-Sales-gadget-fallen-90-April-report-claims.html

Apple Watch is a FLOP: Sales of the gadget have fallen by 90% since April, report claims
But Apple is standing firm on the Watch's popularity and said at the time the in-store sales were announced: 'The response to Apple Watch has surpassed our expectations in every way, and we are thrilled to bring it to more customers around the world.'


http://www.a20internet.com/ Live this morning. Days of hard work have finally paid off...........This had to be done as the old site was past its sell by date!!!!!

 In with the new and out with the old!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Goodbye old friend, you have served us well, but its time to move forward.......

Friday, 12 February 2016

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NibgZtcLves




Put a video on You Tube to promote the launch of our new website.


Our site is nearly complete on phase 1.




We have other sections to launch after the new first phase. Still planning the exact set up of further sections, we have purchased further domains so its possible further sections could be under totally new domains.




Watch this space.........




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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/press/the-dizzying-decline-of-britain-s-local-newspapers-do-you-want-the-bad-news-or-the-good-news-9702684.html

The latest print circulation figures for Britain’s regional newspapers appear to show an industry driven to the precipice and staring at imminent extinction.

Sales are in freefall – down by an average of 13.5 per cent year-on-year in the first half of 2014. The poor South Wales Argus fell by an eye-watering 33.2 per cent and the Doncaster Star sold barely 1,000 copies a day.

The only exceptions to this trend are Scotland’s Sunday Herald, which added  1 per cent to circulation and has  10,000 online subscribers thanks to a policy of charging for its website, and the freely-distributed London Evening Standard (owned by the same company as The Independent and i), which grew by a hefty 27.2 per cent to 890,457 copies a day.

Yet this image of the local press as cornered and facing destruction is misleading. Nor is it the case that internet paywalls and free distribution offer the only escape route from an abyss.


We are about to launch the new 2016 version of the A20 Internet website. Just a few items to finish on phase one, so the site can go live.....


A great new portfolio section showing all our current live projects.


Unfortunately we have had to close two websites down towards the end of 2015, due to nonpayment of invoices. Of course we hate to do this but every attempt was made on our behalf to get the customer to pay the invoice in both cases. After 6 months of chasing with no reply it was time to act, I am sure we would all agree we acted fairly in both cases.


We currently have several live projects, and many more booked ahead for this year, we plan a big year in 2016, when the business will take a leap forward.


Many thanks to all our current clients, and all our future customers.


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