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Your business is in safe hands with Creare: Our plans for 2017

Did you know that Creare is one of the largest SEO companies in the UK? No wonder hundreds and hundreds of businesses continue to trust us with their […]

Paul Green

The ‘must be at’ tech conferences of 2016

One of the many things which is great about the web industry is the Community behind it. Sharing knowledge and contributions by the Community plays a massive role in […]

Dan Long

Google Page Quality Guidelines – What you need to know.

It’s the war and peace of the SEO world – the Google Page quality guidelines Since it’s official release from Google back in November 2015, there has been […]

Tristan James

Creare Does Sport Relief 2016

Being a digital marketing agency you would think that we aren’t the most sporty individuals, well you’re quite right! This year for Sports Relief, our money raising efforts […]

Jack Fuller

Designing Forms for Conversion

Forms. Nobody likes filling them out. Forms take time and effort, plus, we often find ourselves typing the same details over and over again. Name. Email Address. Phone […]

Nicola Connolly

Search Awards Conference 2016

Last Friday I was lucky enough to pick myself up a ticket for the 2016 Search Awards Conference. This annual event is a great way to get hints […]

Tristan James
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Google Changes How PPC Ads Display In Search Results

Google announced this week that it would be changing the way it displays PPC ads on its search results pages. Google will no longer be displaying PPC ads […]

Tom Nolan

Getting started with theming in Magento 2 – Part 2

Part 2 of my ‘Getting Started with Theming Magento 2 Guide’ is finally here. I hope those of you who read the first part followed along and didn’t […]

Dan Long

7 Years of Mastering Magento

There’s been more ups & downs than a Tandoori restaurant’s toilet seat over the last seven years as I’ve worked towards mastering Magento. With that in mind I […]

Adam Moss
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Why You Really Should Be Using PPC Now

As a PPC account manager at an agency that offers a full range of online marketing solutions, for a few years now I’ve been bemused as to why […]

Tom Nolan

How to Prepare for Penguin.

If you’re an unscrupulous link builder or a business that has had some dealings with said link builders, it’s time to ‘batten down the hatches’ because as Gary […]

Tristan James

Getting started with theming in Magento 2 – Part 1

Today I wanted to go through a short guide to getting started with theming in Magento 2. After its release a couple of weeks ago (correct as of […]

Dan Long

Beginners Guide to Magento 2 Custom Module Unit Tests

Adam Moss gives a beginner's tutorial on how to perform basic Magento 2 Custom Module Unit Tests

Adam Moss
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Use Countdown Ads For Your Special Offers

Ever wanted to have time sensitive calls to action in your ad copy? Well now you can! Well actually the function in Adwords has been around for more […]

Tom Nolan

The UK Search Awards 2015

Creare were at the 2015 UK Search Awards. Nominated for two categories, Best Large SEO Agency and Best SEO Software Suite.

Rob Kent

Do you have a commitment to nonsense? – #smlondon 2015 Roundup

Not a lot gets me out of bed at 5.30am, but last Wednesday morning I sprung into action ready to catch a train to London town to meet […]

Victoria Blount

How to add attribute image swatches in Magento 1.9

Today I wanted to share with you a little video tutorial on how to add swatches in Magento 1.9. You’ve probably seen websites which utilise swatch functionality, so instead […]

Dan Long

MageTitans 2: The Monster Review

I learned that November Rain is more than just a Guns ‘n’ Roses song as I aquaplaned across the M6 during a torrential downpour at 6 in the […]

Adam Moss
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How To Track Where Your YouTube Videos Are Embedded

When you’ve put time and effort into creating video content it’s important to have visibility over your reach. YouTube subscribers, views and comments are great but when you’re in […]

Joe Read