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White Space Also known as negative space, white space refers to the open space between design elements, not the colour of the space. White space is often overlooked and considered merely as ‘blank’ space, however, a page filled with text/graphics with little white space is often...

Wishing you all a Happy Easter and a relaxing few days with some chocolate treats from the team at Mediamojo. Closing Times We will be closed for the following public holidays Good Friday 22nd April Easter Monday 25th April Anzac Day Tuesday 26th April Labour Day Monday 2nd May ...

Free Shipping This is the language used to highlight no shipping costs in the shopping cart and on order receipts. Out-of-stock Notice This is the language used on product pages to notify the shopper that the item is out-of-stock or on backorder. Domestic Regions In larger countries with specific regions,...

The novelty of the New Year has passed us by and at Mediamojo the year has taken off to a flying start. While we are busy designing print and building web media, we thought we would try and shed some light on the "No.1" In Vogue" question, "How to get good rankings on Google".

Content is the key. Search engines love fresh, quality content, because that’s what the users want - new content every day and every hour. When your site content changes often - search engine crawlers come back more often as well. By generating fresh, new content you raise the chances of your website pages being found.

If you have created a new website, it is advised not to put ads on it right away - Google marks those sites as suspected "ad farm" websites and because of this won't index them for a certain period of time (placing them into the sandbox). Suggestions are to have your site online with content for one month, before you can put ads in it. However there is no official word on this from Google - so a shorter or longer period may be required.