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£97 million supercomputer in full swing in Exeter

November 30th, 2016
Sian Yates
Technology News

The Met Office’s plans to build a new £97 million supercomputer – the Cray XC40 High-Performance Computer (HPC) – are in full swing in Exeter, and are expected to reach completion early next year. Part of the new facility will be sited at a purpose-built structure at Exeter Science Park, and part at the IT […]

Your eBay Guide: Creating The Perfect Listing

November 18th, 2016
Bethany Doherty
Marketing, Website Advice

Whether you’re keen to get your eBay shop up and running or form the perfect listing, as design and marketing consultants, we’ve had a number of clients asking us eBay related questions, we’re always happy to help, so we’ve created this handy resource. Remember, there are certain factors to always keep in mind.. A title […]

Media Street Sponsors Cranbrook’s FIRST Charity Fun Run!

October 13th, 2016
Sian Yates
Company News

At Media Street, we are strong advocates of local, national and international charity events. While we are predominantly a creative web design and digital marketing agency; helping people and businesses is at the core of everything we do. Embracing the community is important to us, especially when we’re raising money for commendable causes. Most recently, […]

How to add a user on Google Analytics

September 21st, 2016
Colin Harrison
Analytics

If you have a website there will come a time when you will want to know how your website is performing. Whether you have just launched online or you have a website that has been running for a while with an Analytics account connected, there is a lot of value to knowing where website visitors […]

The Difference Between Vector and Raster Design

September 20th, 2016
Tom
Web & Graphic Design

When it comes to graphic design, a common question that arises is: Do you have it in vector version? The term vector is generally associated with technical studies such as mathematics and physics – so what on earth does it have to do with graphic and website design? At Media Street – a Bristol SEO […]

Launching my first WordPress Site

August 22nd, 2016
Gemma Ross
Wordpress

  Did you know that WordPress has been used to create 20 million websites that is over 50% of all website designs are made using WordPress! A Massive 300,000,000 searches are WordPress related each month! I am Gemma the newest member of the team here at Media Street a Digital Marketing and Web Agency; I […]

How to survive the floods of internet content

August 19th, 2016
Sian Yates
Content Marketing

There is a deluge of content available on the web – and were drowning in it! The internet is so flooded with content, it’s hard to know whether to read it or grab a paddle. And no one person could read it all – not even if their attention span was phenomenal. Every day we’re […]

Out of this world: is space the new place for advertising?

August 10th, 2016
Sian Yates
Marketing

Space advertising and marketing has become a popular topic of conversation in recent years, given the recent advent of commercial space travel – as introduced by big-brand initiators such as Richard Branson, Elon Musk and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. The prospect of large-scale space travel is on the verge of commercial viability, and this has […]

11 Business Social Media OMG’s

May 27th, 2016
Bethany Doherty
Social Media

The online world has opened up opportunities for all companies – famous and local, to further customer engagement, outreach and advertising. Businesses have to prepare themselves for comments, some may not always be positive, in fact – some may be so odd they’re unexplainable! …The ones who do make the effort to respond are separating […]

Your Website & Emails Rock with our New Hosting Upgrades

May 19th, 2016
Charlie Street
Hosting

What a hectic 2016 it’s been so far in the Media Street offices! Not only are we pleased to see new staff joining our Bristol office but I’m also incredibly happy to announce (and show-off!) our new hosting and domain name registration system to all our clients. For customers’ or readers’ unaware of our history, […]