We recently launched a website for yet another superstar client – Dan from Trader Trading Hub. And it got me thinking. The team love working with Dan, and we want more clients like him. We want to copy+paste him!
And we’re lucky. We have many of these favourite clients and on the horizon, I am feeling that more seem to be coming our way!
Tomorrow sees the second annual Udaya Live Yoga festival!
From time to time we like to give a shout out to our wonderful clients. And one such client is Eaton House Group of Schools – our main contact there is Rupert Back and we have been working together for many many years now!
I first met Scott from the Skills from because we were both doing the same course “Become a Key Person of Influence” which is run by Entrevo – now “Dent” His business, along with his partner Jamie, is called The Skills Farm. They provide skills training courses in leadership, sales and customer service.
About a year and a half later, Scott got in touch and we started seriously talking about revamping their website. Scott had seen a blog post i wrote on LinkedIn and commented on it saying we should get in touch. He could see that at TLD, we do more than just design websites. We wrap it up with integrated marketing consultancy and advice on how they can clarify their message.
Fast forward to end of last year, and by the time we launched their brand new website they saw a significant increase in engagement within 48 hours of launch. We had our PR company interview them and do a bit of a write up:
This press release went out to travel publications and give a great story about us and our wonderful client Snowbizz: Read and enjoy!
Another amazing site launch – US legal information website, The Legal Seagull. The site allows people to access educational videos on how to represent yourself in court. It’s used by ordinary people and also other attorneys.
Do you suffer from “embarrassing website shame?” Are you feeling bad about how you have been putting it off far too long? Just do some relaxed web browsing and be reassured you aren’t alone – the internet needs to be cleaned up for sure! But that doesn’t mean you should remain in this state of limbo!
It’s not easy to make a project fit into a small budget. Anyone who runs a business will tell you that “budget wiggle room” gives freedom and breathing space.
We were asked by our SEO specialist Tom Andrews to create an offer for a startup website for the budget of £1500+VAT total.
Note: Our normal full websites projects cost significantly more, because of the time we spend with our clients and the time we spennd creating them They are bespoke, hand coded, responsive, and integrated with custom WordPress.
Pride is vanity, right? Isn’t that a bad thing?
I wanted to update you on the inspiring story of our client, Jonathan Andrews, who I consider a friend and who is amazing to work with.