Website Visitor Traffic Doubled for Environment Organisation

Website Visitor Traffic Doubled for Environment Organisation

Since we rebuilt Denmark Farm’s website and started supporting them on a regular basis, their decline in visitor traffic has not only been halted, but has been dramatically reversed. The number of page views per month has more than doubled, from 2,584 (Dec 2012) to 5,343 (March 2013); more visitors are viewing more pages. Denmark […]Read More »

WordPress 3.4 goes Green!

We were delighted to hear that WordPress 3.4 has been dubbed “Green”. The WordPress team explain the reason as being that they’ve been bopping along to the music of jazz guitarist, Grant Green. We can’t fault their choice of artists. And we can’t miss an opportunity to comment either! Build a new WordPress website with […]Read More »

Carbon Footprint of the Internet

Although they might seem ephemeral, websites have real-world environmental footprints. Their files are stored on servers, viewed by personal computers, and connected via networks. To operate these components, all of which are necessary to create a complete website experience, electricity must be consumed. And to generate much of that electricity, fossil fuels like coal and […]Read More »

Environmental Impact of Google Searches

Google state that each search generates 0.2g of carbon dioxide, though if you don’t find what you are looking for first time, some  estimate that the total amount of CO2 produced could be around 7g. To put that in perspective, around 14g of CO2 is produced in boiling a cup of tea. “Google operates huge […]Read More »