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What To Look For In Web Hosting

As a web designer in Plymouth I often recommend clients to web hosting that suits their website, if the client doesn’t already have a web host. But what do I and should clients look for when seeking web hosting? Firstly, … Continue reading

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Stay Safe Plumbing & Heating

The guys from Stay Safe Plumbing and Heating wanted a website design similar to the style of their business card and colour of their vans. Their black and gold website is now live, ready to attract new customers in Plymouth … Continue reading

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JCM Design Referral Program

JCM Design recognize word of mouth recommendations are one of the highest compliments any company can receive. For sending new clients to JCM Design, our referral program acts as a thank you for your trust and confidence. When you recommend … Continue reading

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Gmail: How To Add A Letterhead And Signature

Previously tutorials have covered how to use Gmail with your own branded domain and an article covering its benefit, recently clients have asked how to add a letterhead logo to an email and how to add a signature. Neither is … Continue reading

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Benefits Of Using Your Own Domain With Gmail

Recently I posted a tutorial How To Use Gmail With Your Own Branded Domain.   Yet I did not explain the reasons and benefits for using your own domain name for emails, instead of using yourname@googlemail.com or yourname@yahoo.com etc Professionalism, free … Continue reading

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How To Use Gmail With Your Own Branded Domain

This tutorial is for clients who JCM Design has already set up Email Forwarding for their domain. I’ll show you how to set up your Gmail so you can use info@yourdomain.co.uk instead of yourname@googlemail.com whenever you send an e-mail from … Continue reading

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