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FarmGateMarketing

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  1. Hi Has anyone got best practice for this? ive been tasked with building a website for a leisure hire business that has two separate elements to the business. first is motor home hire for people who hire motorhomes for a weeks holiday. The second is a horse box hire. my first thought is to have a simple homepage with a banner background image with each brand on either half and then have a button on either side with “visit motorhomes” “visit horse boxes”. From there, the user would move down to a sub level “homepage” for each element of the business. the bits I’m struggling with are the main nav - is it possible for each to have their own each nav. And also the same with blogs? Does anyone else have any recommendations to make this work in an SEO friendly way?
  2. I'm getting the following message with my site on woorank; "Warning, no 301 redirects are in place to redirect traffic to your preferred domain. Pages that load successfully both with and without www. are treated as duplicate content!" Basically saying my site is running multiple versions (www/non www & http/https versions without the redirects in place. Any idea how I should fix this? When I test the urls they all direct through to https://www.domain.co.uk/ so not sure why Woorank is saying this. Thanks in advance
  3. I've got a 2 x 3 image block grid on desktop with main subject top left and second most important top right. On mobile, it reverts to a single column which is great, but it seems to read vertically down the first column and then the second, meaning my 2nd most important element is dropped to 4th. Is there anyway to change this so it pulls from the top row instead of from the first column? Thanks
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