How can I get a Website Ownership Certificate

September 30th, 2014

Website Ownership Certificate

Go Live UK is proud to be the only company in the UK that provides its clients with a Website Ownership Certification. We, at Go Live UK are passionate about the Website Ownership and we are perfectly aware how important it is for you, our clients. The legislation in the UK gives the website ownership by default to the web designers not to the owners of the business. We are strongly against it. That is why as soon as we have finished our work on your project we will give you this Website Ownership Certificate so that you will be sure that your domain name and hence your website is completely yours and nobody else’s.

What makes the Website Ownership issue so important?

August 29th, 2014

In our 15 years of practice we have seen many examples why it is highly essential you and only you to be the owner of the domain name for your website. Briefly, your domain name is like a real estate on the Internet and if it is not your property then it is very likely that you may not be able to apply changes to your website or even worse – you may lose it. Think of your domain name the same way you think of your home – you would never let anyone else to get the property over it right? So never do it for your domain too!

Aviation news from

May 4th, 2012

UK Aviation and Airport News. The purchase of BMI British Midland International by British Airways in April 2012 will have major implications for the East Midlands-based airline. With the merger of route networks and flight operations, administrative operations look set to be transferred to offices in Heathrow (LHR/EGLL), with perhaps 400-600 job losses at BMI’s Donington Hall HQ. Unions are working with BA to find placements for staff with companies at the nearby East Midlands airport (EMA/EGNX). Looking south to BA’s operations at Gatwick (LGW/EGKK), it is currently the only airline that has its own ground handling staff at the airport. However, BA announced recently that this operation will be scaled back and part of the operation sold to an independent ground handling company. Currently the handling agents Menzies Aviation, Servisair and Swissport all serve LGW, with Servisair also providing cargo handling at the airport (along with BA). Gatwick’s owners, Global Infrastructure Partners, have invested hugely since buying the airport three years ago. Improvements for passengers are clear to see, and airlines and passengers alike will hope that a similar scale of investment will be made in Edinburgh airport (EDI/RGPH), now that GIP has purchased the airport from BAA.

Forever Remembered: Yahoo! Site Explorer –Last Goodbye !

November 25th, 2011

Sad news, I still cannot believe this is happening for real – Yahoo site Explorer was closed down on 21st November. We all knew this will happen, but it is somehow shocking to see this, when you try to use your favourite back link checker tool:

Now, there is nothing else left for us, instead to move on and search for an alternative good enough to meet our needs the way Yahoo Site Explorer did it. All developers and webmasters will always remember Yahoo Site Explorer for its detailed reports and ease of use.

So, let us move on!

I would definitely recommend Google Webmaster Tools, if you want to check your own site`s back links. Of course, first you need to verify it with Google.

In case you want to spy on your competitors again, SEOMoz has a not-bad alternative of Yahoo Site Explorer: Open Site Explorer

Blekko, which is another search engine, is also not so bad in providing SEO information, including inbound links:

Example: Type: / /domainlinks

Backlinkwatch is also considered a pretty good tool in this respect. May be you should give it a try!

Anyway, Yahoo Site Explorer is gone, so we can just hope there are lots of even better tools to be developed in the future.

Facebook “Dislike” Button- To Be or Not To Be

October 31st, 2011
A Facebook ‘Dislike’ button is a much debated addition that thousands of users want to see on Facebook. Still there are thousands that do not want to see it. And we are not talking about the fake scam ‘dislike’ button that appeared last month on Facebook and caused some disturbance to those willing to show their negative attitude towards anything. Read the rest of this entry »

Enhance Your B2B Social Media Marketing

September 30th, 2011

Nobody likes mistakes on their way to the top, but it is quite difficult to avoid them. The right Social Media management is proved to have a huge impact on the businesses` growth. Statistics show that more than 80% of all businesses have at least one social media profile, which they update regularly. The rest 20% are just about to reveal the opportunities Social Media can give them. Read the rest of this entry »

5 Reasons Why Your Business Needs A Website

September 21st, 2011

You are aware of the fact that if you want to increase the popularity of your brand, you need to promote it through the social media like Facebook, Twitter, etc. But there is one thing for sure – no matter how many business pages you have on social media, all of them combined cannot compare to the effect of a website.

According to a recent research, branded social networking pages get only 22% of customer visits, compared to the 62% of people who regularly visit branded websites. So, if your site is out of date, we strongly recommend that you think of a refresh. After reading this article you will agree with me that websites do still matter. Read the rest of this entry »

The Importance of Safe Social Networking

September 19th, 2011

Know the Risks

No matter how real online interactions seem, they’re not quite like hanging out with friends because you never know for sure who you’re connecting with. You may be revealing personal details to a much wider audience than you realize–a mix of family, buddies, acquaintances, co-workers–and complete strangers.

When ordinarily you might share only a part of your life with any one person–intimate details with close friends, complaints about your work load with colleagues–online you may be sharing everything with everybody. Unlike a private conversation, after information has been published on the Internet, it’s effectively there forever. It’s available to future employers, friends, job recruiters, and others with consequences you may be unable to imagine.Most people you’ll meet online are genuine and decent, but just as in the rest of the world, some are up to no good. They could misuse the information you disclose to tarnish your reputation, harass you, steal your identity, even jeopardize your physical safety. They could also try to break into your computer to plant spyware, or exploit your PC to send spam or commit crimes. Read the rest of this entry »

The 100 Things You Need To Know About Social Media

September 8th, 2011

This morning I was drinking my lovely cup of coffee, while reading the latest news in the Internet world, and I found a very useful article, which I must share with you. I have not read more useful articles recently. Read the rest of this entry »

Good Design Practices

September 1st, 2011
Your website is where your business resides — it’s like the headquarter of an offline company. Hence, it is important to practise good design principles to make sure your site reaches out to the maximum number of visitors and sells to as many people as possible.

Make sure you have clear directions on the navigation of your website. The navigation menu should be uncluttered and concise so that visitors know how to navigate around your website without confusion.
Reduce the number of images on your website. They make your site load very slowly and more often than not they are very unnecessary. If you think any image is essential on your site, make sure you optimize them using image editing programs so that they have a minimum file size. Read the rest of this entry »