Tim Fuell

Tim Fuell is a former investigative journalist and qualified lawyer, turned social media fanatic who now oversees the 123-reg blog. After writing his Masters thesis on the topic of cybersquatting back in 1998, he has seen the internet develop before his eyes from dial-up bulletin boards to the beast it is today. You can find Tim on Google+

Posts by Tim Fuell:

The #uktour update

 

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The 123-reg #uktour took a little breather today with our first seminar of the tour at the picturesque Newcastle Racecourse – a fine venue for a fine morning  and early afternoon of business tips, insight and advice from our panel of speakers. Kicking off proceedings Group Marketing Director Nick Leech introducing the merits and simplicity


6 tools for quick visual wins with your audience

 

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can your customer see the solution?

Visual content hits the spot quicker and stronger with social media audiences than plain text. You can capture attention quicker and gain interest in even the driest of subjects, so it is a must in any content marketer’s toolbox. Thankfully, there are now tools-a-plenty on the internet to help you, even if you are graphically


Why web design is important for your online shop

 

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  In this article you’ll learn how the design of your shop has a role to play in sales success. The success of your shop depends on many factors. In addition to attractive products, effective marketing and good customer service, the design of your shop is equally crucial. Here’s just a few of the ways


Higher sales with professional shop design

 

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The visual appearance of your eShop has a fundamental role to play in terms of your success. We’ll let you into a few secrets of shop design…. Place important elements in a prominent position The most important information that potential customers of an online shop look for – in addition to product details and price


6 tips to make remote working work for you

 

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Being able to avoid the length commute, especially on days when the weather is at its extremes, or you have work-life balance commitments to keep is an incredible productivity enhancer. However, working from home can also very easily an very quickly have an adverse effect on your productivity too. Here’s six tips on ensuring you


Getting started in e-commerce

 

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  So you are ready to turn your idea into a reality and start selling online. There’s a lot you need to know if you want to start selling your products. The good news: You’ve already reached an important milestone in making a decision on your choice of shop system. Now you can start building


Be more successful and still enjoy your summer

 

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still enjoy the summmer

Summertime and the living is easy…. Hmm perhaps it is if you are lucky enough to be off on a beach holiday or a relaxing vacation, but for most of us – even those with a break in their diary, summertime can often mean a stressful time. Skeleton staff, covering colleagues, warm days that test


The Content Window – Hub round up June 2014

 

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123-reg Content Hub June 2014

That’s mid-way through the year! June 2014, so memorable for so many things but what did you see, miss or remember on the 123-reg Content Hub? Here’s Tim Fuell’s quick round-up of the highlights from last month:     Mentioned in this month’s round-up: Swift Six: How to identify problems with your website How online is


Social Share – What’s new in social media – June 2014

 

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With the events of the football world cup attracting lots of comments and banter, social media has never been as busy. Social media is playing a more important role in our personal and business lives on a daily basis, so what’s new this month? Slingshot makes visuals more social Another new apps and another new


Flexible Working – Getting rights right

 

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From Monday (30th June 2014) new flexible working rights come into effect which could have a massive impact on the way we work and even our view of what constitutes work is. The changes in rights mean that every employee regardless of whether they have caring responsibilities for children or other relatives, have a right