Why Social Media may not work for your small business

There are more and more social media experts around nowadays, and they seem to be promising that social media will produce instant results. It isn’t true. In most cases we use social media to attract an audience to a particular … Read More

Companies paying PAYE bills with Credit Cards

More businesses than ever are paying their PAYE bills with credit cards, says In 2005/2006 only about £2m of tax bills were paid by credit card but in 2010/2011 that figure sky-rocketed to £486m. It seems a massive figure … Read More

Introducing the I Love Goole Loyalty Card

As part of our work with the Business in Goole organisation (Andy is the chairman) we have been privileged to be part of the team involved in creating a new initiative for the town of Goole. There has often been discussions … Read More

European Lawmakers Want “Right to Be Forgotten”

There seems to be some weight being put behind new internet privacy laws in our European Government. I am not sure whether this will entail anything onerous for businesses but legislators are discussing laws which would allow a user to … Read More

Yorkshire Bed Shop celebrate a new Web Design from ITexpress

It seems that many businesses are taking a good look at their websites at the moment. Yorkshire Bed Shop, previously known as Bedroom and Chair Centre, have had a revamp of their site and ITexpress were fortunate enough to be … Read More

How Often Should I Send My Email Newsletter?

A question we get asked a lot is how often should a business send out it’s email newsletters. Many business owners are reticent to sending out newsletters, as they don’t want to overwhelm their subscriber base. Although it is possible … Read More

Almost All Our Customers Websites are Built with WordPress. Here’s Why.

Back in 2005 when WordPress was at version 1.5, ITexpress built its own website using the WordPress platform. At that time we were, like many other designers, creating sites from scratch, and writing them by hand in html. Once we … Read More

Got a P800? Don’t Pay Too Much Tax!

If you are one of the fortunate!? people to have received a P800 from HMRC, then you would be wise not to simply accept their assessment of your under or overpayment of tax. The HMRC are using estimated values for … Read More

Virus infections stop after suspects named

Its rare to find a PC user who hasn’t suffered from a virus infection at one time or another. Although Windows is very resilient to viruses nowadays the growth of websites like Facebook have opened up a whole new bunch … Read More

PAT Testing Frequently Asked Questions answered by HSE

What is portable appliance testing? Portable appliance testing (PAT) is the term used to describe the examination of electrical appliances and equipment to ensure they are safe to use. Most electrical safety defects can be found by visual examination but … Read More