Data has been transmitted over distances via non-electronic means since the beginning of communication, be it smoke signals, beacons, reflected light or flags. It wasn’t until 1791 that the first successful semaphore network was invented by Frenchman Claude Chappe, transmiting … Continue reading
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We are very pleased to announce that, as Google Partners Ziontech now have three certified individuals! After passing the Fundamentals Exam back in February, last week Steph went on to pass the Search Advanced Exam, with a score of 83%. … Continue reading
Good news! Here at Ziontech we have just had another member of staff take and successfully pass the Google Advertising Fundamentals Exam. This exam covers basic aspects of AdWords and online advertising including account management and the value of search advertising. … Continue reading
Google Partners are online marketing companies, trusted by Google. Google have recently restructured the way in which a company achieves this status. There are no longer Google Certified Professionals and the criteria for becoming a Google Partner is a lot … Continue reading
We have recently recruited our newest member to the Ziontech team, Steph Collins. Steph has just completed her A-levels in English Literature, Business Studies and Communication and Culture at Yeovil College. She enjoys reading, socializing with her friends and going … Continue reading
We were approached to design a new web site for SSVCA (which stands for the South Somerset Association for Voluntary and Community Action).
Collectedanddelivered.com is a web site for a local removal/courier service.
For the Amaya Health project we were asked to create a website and a corporate I.D to promote a U.K company which specialises in cellulite reduction health treatments using U.S based technology.
How time flies! It doesn’t really seem that long ago when ‘.uk’ domain name registrations were a ‘new thing’. Now in 2012, a very special milestone is coming up – in the next thirty days or so the 10 millionth … Continue reading